Class Discussion Worksheet (use for each assigned reading)
Use the back or attach extra pieces of paper if necessary
What are the main points of this chapter/reading?
What ideas were NEW, SURPRISING, or CHALLENGING?
As of today, how do these ideas or exam
Restroom and Changing Station
Teachers Desk
Information Center
Cubbies
Bookshelf
Group Time Area
Science Center (Science Supplies, Sand, etc.
Games, Puzzles, Toys, and Blocks
Kitchen Area (Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, and Drinks)
Nap Time Area (Cots, Cribs,
Symbolic thoughts: play,
language, and literacy in
preschool years
Symbolic Thoughts and Play
Symbolic Thoughts: A form of thinking which
symbols are used to stand for things that are
not present.
Sociodramatic Play: complex and advanced
make-believe pl
Math 203
Test 4 - Spring 2017
Name_
9 points
1. Consider a prism with a base in the shape of a pentagon.
a) How many faces does it have and what shapes are the faces?
b) How many edges does it have?
c) How many vertices does it have?
6 points
2. Briefly e
EDUC 242 Assignment descriptions
1. Exams (2 @ 50 pts each)
All exams are open-book and non-accumulative. Each exam consists of multiple choices
and essay questions.
2. Child Development Journal (120 pts)
o a. Initial personal beliefs paper: What do you k
PHYS 108 Teaching Energy Conservation with Simulations
Assignment
You are teaching a fourth grade science unit on energy conservation.
The related science standards for sixth grade are:
4.PS.2Investigatetherelationshipofthespeedofanobjecttotheenergyofthat
EDUC 242 Case Study Presentation Rubircs
Overall Score
4
Nonverbal Skills Holds attention of entire audience
with the use of direct eye contact,
seldom looking at notes or slides
Movements seem fluid and help the
audience visualize. Displays relaxed,
self
Math 203
Test 3 - Spring 2017
Name_
6 points
1. Discuss what it means for a rectangle to have an area of 5 square units. Make mention of a
common misconception many students share about this concept. A picture may help aid your
discussion.
12 points
2. De
Briana Wood
PHYS 108
Physics 108 Take-Home Final Exam
Briefly describe what each simulation is capable of showing and how specific aspects of
these particular simulations relate to the standards above.
o Skate Park Stimulation: This stimulation can show k
Assignment for Lab 2
Instructions: Please upload your single .xls file (if you use Minitab or other software, please put the
figures in a single word file) to D2L section 801/802 by your next lab. Name the file with your name and
lab number. Varre_lab01.x
Khalid Al Reman
Eng 280
H.W 2
Q1: (a) Since each part is equally to be chosen, the probability of randomly chosen is flawless
P( flawless) =80/100 = 0.8
The event of randomly chosen part has a flaw and complement to the event part is flawless. So
P( has a
Q1:
a.
P ( X 1 )=10.025=0.975
b.
P (2< X <7.2 )=0.0740.049=0.025
c.
P ( X 6 )=10.123=0.877
d. Mean,
:
x
x i f ( i)
=E ( x )=
=0 ( 0.025 )+1 ( 0.041 ) +2 ( 0.049 ) +3 ( 0.074 ) + 4 ( 0.098 ) +5 ( 0.205 ) +6 ( 0.262 ) +7 ( 0.123 ) +8 ( 0.074 ) +9 ( 0.049 )
IND ENG 112
Homework 1
Due Date: Monday Sep 26th at 5:30
Notes:
The homework is collected in the class next week before the beginning of the lecture. Late homework is
not accepted.
You may use a graph paper or a regular letter paper for this assignment.
CE 280 Computer-based Engineering Analysis
Homework 2
Due by 5 PM, Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Point values are shown in brackets. Show your work. Explain any assumptions you make.
1. [16] Among the cast aluminum parts manufactured on a certain day, 80%
CE 280 Computer-based Engineering Analysis
Homework 1
Due by 5 PM, Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Point values are shown in brackets. Show your work. Explain any assumptions you make.
1. [20] Solve Textbook Problem 2-8.
2. [10] Five observations are as fol
Khalid Al Reman
H.W 4
Eng 280
Q1:
a.
P ( X 1 )=10.025=0.975
b.
P (2< X <7.2 )=0.0740.049=0.025
c.
P ( X 6 )=10.123=0.877
d. Mean,
:
x
x i f ( i)
=E ( x )=
=0 ( 0.025 )+1 ( 0.041 ) +2 ( 0.049 ) +3 ( 0.074 ) + 4 ( 0.098 ) +5 ( 0.205 ) +6 ( 0.262 ) +7 ( 0.1