Day 26 of High School Equivalency in Five Months, Relationships, and Adulting Education

Understanding how to see how various shapes, quantities, people, or policies relate to each other is a crucial part of Adult citizenship responsibility,  and is thus part of any democracy movement as well.  The relationship between a square and a rectangle is quite simple, analogous to the relationship between Newton’s Laws of Motion and Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity: that of the special case of the larger subset.

week 7/18
Day 26 Lesson Plan
Grammar: commas and clauses
Easiest math: area of rectangles & squares
Day26ExitSlips
 

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1.) Why is it important to understand relationships between ideas, do you think?

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December, 2020 CE = December 12020 HE

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6 thoughts on “Day 26 of High School Equivalency in Five Months, Relationships, and Adulting Education

    1. Thank you for letting me know that, Nemorino!
      These lesson plans were for 3 hour classes, but I never had time to finish a lesson plan, as the students were meant to be on independent study, so it was always a catch-22 between giving them all enough, but not giving most of them too much material, and also trying to help the faster students cover all 5 topics at top speed. A few of my students told me that they’d downloaded all of the lesson plans and used them, intending to beat my 5 month challenge, and one actually did finish all 5 subject tests within 3 months, getting her GED.
      Hope this helps your students over there, too!
      Warmest regards from San Diego,
      Shira

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