Day 51/67 of GED in Five Months, linear relationships, and free text books

So, what is a linear relationship, and why should we care?  Earlier lessons have started on this topic, so you should already have a few hints!  

Some volunteer libraries of freely available open source text books are available, and of high quality.  By searching carefully, you can find the resources to help you meet your learning goals independently.

 Start of week 14/18
Day 51 Lesson Plan, Week 14
Writing -Continue working on your Cons paragraph
Math: Linear expressions
Some more exercises on solving linear equations, Thanks to Canada!
Day 51 Exit Tix

Action Items:  

1.) Search for two different possible uses for the word linear,

2.) Where did you find the definitions, and why do you find those sources credible?

3.) Write a book, story, blog post or tweet that uses your thoughts, and then, please tell us about it! If you write a book, once it is published please consider donating a copy to your local public library.

4.)  Feel free to answer the exit ticket questions in the comments, or pose any other questions you may have about the lesson, if you wish.

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January, 2021 CE = January 12021 HE

(Day 50Day 52)

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18 thoughts on “Day 51/67 of GED in Five Months, linear relationships, and free text books

    1. Halleluyah!! Thank you, JYP: I was so angry when I finished my thesis, and then shortly thereafter, lost my access to all of the journal articles I needed to continue working on more journal articles! This was back in 2010, when some journals were available online, and I think JSTOR was still free, but alas, not anymore, so thank you!! Very much!!
      Journal article access (even though Google Scholar once purported to provide access to peer reviewed articles, I’ve not seen it come up with non-paywalled articles in a while…) is crucial to higher education work, and imho also to advancing High School students, as well. They need (we all need) to learn and to remember that true learning consists of finding first-hand information, whenever possible, and open source and open algorithm work is crucial to this. Thank you sooo much, JYP!!

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      1. One perk of teaching and taking a university class is getting university library access again to all those peer-reviewed journals!
        Si tu as besoin d’une article publié dans une revue à comité de lecture, donnes-moi la citation et je t’enverrai l’article. Parce que nous sommes amies 😉

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