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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.
Notes Over 10.7 Factoring Special Products Difference of Two Squares.
Section 5-5: Factoring Using Special Patterns Goal: Factor Using Special Patterns.
Factoring General Trinomials Factoring Trinomials Factors of 9 are: REVIEW: 1, 93, 3.
SOLVING QUADRATICS: THE SQUARE ROOT PRINCIPLE PART 3.
Solving a Trigonometric Equation Find the general solution of the equation.
Overview of MAC1105 College Algebra. 1. Graph Circles 2. Find Equations of Circles.
5-4 Factoring Quadratic Expressions Big Idea: -Factor polynomials representing the difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, and the sum and difference.
4.4 Factoring Quadratic Expressions P Factoring : Writing an expression as a product of its factors. Greatest common factor (GCF): Common factor.
Math /6.3– Trigonometric Equations
Trigonometric Equations OBJECTIVES: Use standard algebraic techniques to solve trigonometric equations Solve trigonometric equations of quadratic type.
Converting Quadratic Equations
Algebra 2 Final Review Study Outline Chapter 5: Quadratic Functions Chapter 6: Polynomial Functions Chapter 7&9: Functions and Inverses Exponential and.
SOLVING QUADRATIC EQUATIONS COMPLETING THE SQUARE Goal: I can complete the square in a quadratic expression. (A-SSE.3b)
WARM UP SOLVE USING THE QUADRATIC EQUATION, WHAT IS THE EXACT ANSWER. DON’T ROUND.
Quiz 2 Feedback & Factoring Monday, September 16 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
Solving Quadratics: Factoring. What is a factor? Numbers you can multiply to get another number 2 3.
Algebra Core Review Day 7
Continuing with Operation-Inverse Pairs Copyright 2014 Scott Storla.
Completing the Square 4-6 Day 1 Today’s Objective: I can use the process of completing the square to solve or rewrite a quadratic equation.
5.6.1 – Square Root Method. Recall, we solved “quadratic equations” when we set a polynomial equation equal to 0 Example. x 2 + 5x + 6 = 0.
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