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Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video Notes

Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video Notes
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  1. Video Notes and YouTube links for Lessons 1 - 10 video notes. Save on the ten-lesson bundle!Check out my other Saxon-related products:Saxon Course 2 Lesson 1 Video NotesSaxon Course 2 Lesson 2 Video NotesSaxon Course 2 Lesson 3 Video NotesSaxon Course 2 Lesson 4 Video NotesSaxon Course 2 Lesson 5 V
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Teaching a flipped classroom requires my students to watch instructional videos and take notes at home so we can work through the material in class. I've taught Saxon Course 2 for six years; in this time, I've used YouTube videos and Cornell notes for my flipped classroom.

The attached Word document has the link to the YouTube video and the Cornell notes skeleton for Lesson 1. Bundles are available for every ten lessons; there are a total of 120 lessons in Saxon Course 2.

Check out my other Saxon-related products:
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 2 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 3 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 4 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 5 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 6 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 7 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 8 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 9 Video Notes
Saxon Course 2 Lesson 10 Video Notes

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Understand that integers can be divided, provided that the divisor is not zero, and every quotient of integers (with non-zero divisor) is a rational number. If 𝘱 and 𝘲 are integers, then –(𝘱/𝘲) = (β€“π˜±)/𝘲 = 𝘱/(β€“π˜²). Interpret quotients of rational numbers by describing real-world contexts.
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