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START TO FINISH Classroom Engagement Techniques Claire Suddeth Nancy Pevey Pellissippi State Community College Knoxville, TN
GETTING OFF TO A GOOD START Introductions Website Style Syllabus
STATIONS: STEP BY STEP 1.Select a topic. 2. Plan for logistics. 3. Construct assignment. 4. Determine size. 5. Perform activity.
STATIONS: EXAMPLES Rational Expressions and Equations Confidence Intervals and Sample Sizes
SNOWBALL: STEP BY STEP 1. Select a topic with multiple steps. 2. Construct and copy activity. 3. Circle different questions. 4. Distribute activity with specific instructions.
SNOWBALL FACTORING Greatest Common Factor Guess and Check A-C Method Grouping Difference of Two Squares Perfect Trinomial Squares
SNOWBALL: EXAMPLES Factoring Hypothesis Testing Quadratic Equations
HINT – HINT TEST CORRECTIONS
SEND-A-PROBLEM: STEP-BY-STEP 1.Decide topic and problems. 2. Use File folders to rotate problems. 3. Perform activity in groups. 4. Final round: review, evaluate.
SEND-A-PROBLEM: EXAMPLES Trigonometric Identities Trigonometric Equations Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
HEADING TO THE FINISH LINE Semantic Differential
HEADING TO THE FINISH LINE Review Ratings 1.Feel confident. 2.Common error. 3.Struggle.
Factoring Test Review. #1: Factor Completely Answer: Guess and Check.
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Copyright © 2013, 2009, 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. Section 5.5 Special Types of Factoring.
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