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Alignment Chart

An alignment chart was used to ensure that the activities and assessments matched up with the terminal
objectives. Terminal objectives are the learning targets. Enabling objectives are the steps to accomplishing the
terminal objectives. The course includes do, connect and absorb type activities to help the learners to achieve the
objectives.

Terminal Objective: After studying examples, students will be able write numbers in standard form and
scientific notation correctly completing 8 of 10 activities In 10 minutes. (Cognitive)
Enabling Objectives
Write standard
numbers in
scientific notation.

Write numbers in
scientific notation
in standard form.

Explain what the

Assessment Idea
Practice sheet of 10
problems
(formative)
10 problem
multiple choice
quiz. Can take as
many times as you
quiz.
Practice sheet of 10
problems. When
reach 80% correct
will be able to take
the 10 question
quiz. Graded.
Exponents are

Absorb Activity
Video

Do Activity
Practice quiz

Connect Activity
Reflect: In what
situations would it
be helpful to use
numbers in
scientific notation?

Presentation

Using example
complete guided
practice problems.

Reading

Quick write activity: In the number 5.1 x

exponent means.

104, what does the exponent mean?


What would it mean if the exponent were
negative?

exponents are not


activity. Multiple
choice type
questions.

Terminal Objective: After reviewing examples of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of
numbers with exponents, students will be able to perform mathematical operations with numbers in
standard and scientific notation. (Cognitive)
Enabling Objectives
Differentiate
between positive
and negative
exponents.

Assessment Idea
Multiple choice
type questions on
worksheet. Take as
many times as you
want.

Absorb Activity
Reading

Predict whether the


exponent will be
positive or negative
based on the rules
of exponents.
Solve the
mathematical

Multiple choice
reading
type questions.
Practice as much as
you want. Not
graded.
Practice problems
Video
as many times as

Do Activity
Create chart of 6
items. Measure the
volume of each
item in cm3. Write
the measurements
in both standard
form and
exponential
notation,
Multiple choice
type questions.
Practice as much as
you want. Not
graded.
Practice problems
as many times as

Connect Activity
Differentiate
between positive
and negative
exponents.

Write the rules of


exponents.

Fill in concept map


with steps of

problem.
Assess their answer
to see if it is
plausible.

you want.
Followed by quiz
that gets graded.

you want.
Followed by quiz
that gets graded.

solving problem.

Terminal Objective: : After reviewing unit conversions with dimensional analysis through online readings
and guided practice problems, students will be able to solve 10 word problems involving conversion of
units using dimensional analysis with 80% accuracy in 20 minutes. (Cognitive)
Enabling Objectives
Determine the
unknown from the
problem.
Differentiate
between
equivalencies.
Construct a map of
the equivalencies
needed.
Use equivalencies
in appropriate way
to solve the
problem.
Cancel units and
end with correct
unit.

Assessment Idea
Worksheet
problems. Practice
as many times as
you want.
Multiple choice
type worksheet. As
many times as you
want.
Fill in the concept
map.

Absorb Activity
Video

Worksheet
problems. Practice
as many times as
you want.
Worksheet
problems. Practice
as many times as

Presentation

presentation

Presentation

Presentation

Do Activity
Connect Activity
Worksheet
problems. Practice
as many times as
you want.
Multiple choice
type worksheet. As
many times as you
want.
Use concept map to write and solve a
problem.
Worksheet
problems. Practice
as many times as
you want.
Worksheet
problems. Practice
as many times as

In the recipe that


follows, convert all
English units to
metric units.
In the recipe that
follows, convert all
English units to

you want. Followed


by a quiz that gets
graded.

you want.

metric units.