The SNAP Workbook
The SNAP Workbook is a curriculum-specific workbook that students and teachers can feel comfortable using within the classroom or for self-guided learning.
The SNAP Workbook presents and provides complete explanations of curriculum concepts and provide illustrative examples that can be used by teachers in the classroom. Examples are designed to take students from guided learning to independent practice. Teachers can assign some of the many questions provided for each topic as additional questions for homework.
The SNAP Workbook can be used in the classroom throughout the school year or serve as a self-study aid for students working independently or at home.
The SNAP Workbook is divided into
Notes and Problems. The Notes consist of lessons covering each of the
course objectives, detailed explanations of concepts and illustrative
examples. The Problems consist of questions focusing student attention
on the most relevant concepts in the unit.
Unit Opener Page
- Summarizes the curriculum outcomes addressed in the unit in age-appropriate language
- Lists the prerequisite knowledge and skills the student should have prior to beginning the unit
- Provide essential teaching pieces and explanations of the concepts
- Include example problems and questions with complete, detailed solutions that demonstrate the problem-solving process
- Contains key definitions, formulas, reminders, and important steps or procedures
- Provides space for students to add their own notes and helpful reminders
- Provides a succinct review of the key concepts in the unit
- Include questions that relate to each of the curriculum outcomes for the unit
- Provide practice in applying the lesson concepts
- Assesses student learning of the unit concepts
Answers and Solutions
- Demonstrate the step-by-step process or problem-solving method used to arrive at the correct answer