Wow! Is it May already? Right about now teachers in New York are finishing curriculum and heading for the big push to the New York State Regents exams in mid June. We are here to help with more add-ons and Live reviews in June. Before we get to those, let’s discuss the latest and last round of add-ons for this academic year.
In Common Core Algebra I Add-Ons we bring you the Form C Assessment for Unit 10 (Statistics) and Unit 11 (A Final Look at Functions and Modeling). These two assessments mean that we now have three unit tests per unit in Algebra I. We’ll try to add a fourth next year.
For Common Core Geometry Add-Ons we have an introductory lesson for Unit 10 (Measurement and Modeling) along with Unit 10’s Form B Assessment. To begin, we have created a Lesson 0 for the unit on Rates, Densities, and Conversion Factors. We felt that there was quite a bit of work in this unit on applying concepts like density. This lesson reviews these various ideas early in the unit. Use this for kids who struggle with ratio and rate concepts. Our Form B for Unit 10 now means we have two unit tests per unit in Geometry. More to come.
Common Core Algebra II Add-Ons this month also bring two Form C Assessments. We now have a Unit 12 (Probability) and Unit 13 (Statistics) Form C. It’s especially nice to have more statistics questions for this very challenging unit.
Finally our Algebra 2 with Trigonometry Add-Ons also feature two additional assessments, both Form B. First we have the Unit 12 (Statistics) Form B and then we have our Unit 13 (Sequences and Series) Form B.
Lots of assessments this month!
Now for the fun part. We are yet again holding our YouTube Live and Instagram Live Review sessions this year for the New York State Regents Exams. For each exam we will be going over old Regents test questions for 3 hours. Here’s our schedule for this year:
Algebra I (Algebra 1): Tuesday, June 18, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Geometry: Wednesday, June 19, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Algebra II (or Algebra 2): Thursday, June 20, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
We will be broadcasting on our YouTube Channel (click link) and on our eMATHinstruction Instagram Live account. YouTube will be much better quality, although commenting will be allowed on Instagram (only go there if you can stand constant comments from teenagers).
We’ll put out more information in the coming two weeks, including the problem sets we will work through at each of the sessions. For now, have a great Memorial Day weekend!