# Order of operations

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To introduce the concept of order of operations to the students I would first write PEMDAS on the board which stands for Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition and Subtraction. I would put brackets around M and D, and A and S, to show that they are grouped together in the order of operations. “One misconception by students is that all multiplication should happen before all division because the multiplication comes before division in the acronym. In fact, multiplication and division have the same precedence and should be evaluated as they appear from left to right.”(NCTM) I would explain to them that we are going to go over a few expressions using the order of operations then we are going to play a game of bingo using the order of operations.…

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to multiply. Psychomotor-Students will be able to: • Write the order of operation before applying the associative property to multiply. Affective-Students will be able to: • worked collaboratively and give each other help when needed. Academic Vocabulary: Associative property-- “When three or more numbers are multiplied, the product is the same regardless of the grouping of the factors” (Banfill, 2009). Prior Knowledge: To teach this lesson, students should be familiar with: 1.…

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In the video Order of Operations the teacher uses a tablet that’s connected to his smartboard to teach his students PEMDAS. He gets all students involved in doing the problems together and he even does the one problem wrong to see if a student catches on. The teacher explains how Order of operations works and what PEMDAS means. Also he explains how you have to work from left to right starting with parenthesis. I feel as though that it helps he is able to walk around the classroom because of his…

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50). This was based on statistics of how many workers under 20 are employed across all of the McDonalds that are in operation, based on Leidner’s book. Another was that, workers would work in more than one position throughout their shift (Leidner, p. 52). Leidner emphasizes that the workers are often cross-trained and able to perform multiple positions should the need arise. There was the expectation of speedy service and clean surroundings (Leidner, p. 53). This is something that is emphasized…

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war, my lord?” “Yes, we are with more than two-thirds of the Order agreeing to go to war, although, I have my suspicions that some who agreed to my proposal, have reservations with their participation in such an ordeal. Still, we are going to war nonetheless, and I need to know if you and your men are ready if I give the order.” “Yes, my lord. We have gathered those that you…

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While at work the past two weeks I observed a recurring conflict. Two weeks ago a patient presented to the Medical Surgical nurses states with a Demographic face sheet and told me he was there for fluids. I kindly asked the man if he knew where he was suppose to go and he told me “last week when I was back in outpatient infusion area, they told me I would be out here today”. I said it would be one moment because I needed to make sure this is where he was supposed to be and if he was supposed…

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The Lord of The Flies by William Golding presents conflicts that arise when society is uncivil. Within this novel, there are many items that have a deeper meaning. One of these important objects is the conch, which symbolizes civilization and order. Through the escalating tension surrounding the conch, Golding demonstrates that civilization cannot be kept in order forever because of individual ideas. After the tragic plane crash that stranded a group of British boys on an island,…

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needed to talk to someone, and in all her years at the Tower, Melinda never turned anyone away. Nevertheless, she apologized, “I’m sorry to bother you, sister.” “My dear,” Melinda replied. “I am always here for you. Please sit. What brings you here?” Larah nodded and settled into a chair. She began haltingly, “The images ... from the Mirror.” Melinda motioned her to stop. “No one within the Order is allowed to help you interpret what you saw. Doing so risks altering the meaning of the images. It…

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The lily is a flowering plant that belongs to the Liliaceae family. There are hundreds of different types of lilies that can be found mainly in the Northern hemisphere. Lilies mostly grow in temperate and tropical areas. There are certain types of lilies that are endangered because of habitat loss from the increased agriculture in urban development. Liles are prone to various bacterial, viral and fungal diseases. Lily flowers are dated as far back as 1580 B.C., images of lilies were an ancient…

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It was a dark kinda rainy night that Colt decided to call off work. He was sitting in his chair enjoying some coffee. He heard a call on the radio, that he still listened to even though he was off duty. That there was a convoy under attack and they needed backup asap. Colt decides to head to his man cave and get his gear. He first starts by grabbing his tight shirt and vest. Next he grabs his belt, cross, badge, his weapons, sunglasses, watch and his hat. Now he runs upstairs gets his wolf out…

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