Looking for a way to build student discourse and practice solving absolute value equations, increase accountability and get students more engaged? Use this Kagan strategy to have students work in cooperative learning groups to practice scientific notation.
Students practice solving absolute value equations in this collaborative activity. Students work in home groups discussing the process to find the answers and complete their worksheet, 1 of 4 variations included. Set the timer to your students needs.
When the timer goes off, students meet in one of the four corners to collaborate with a new group to compare answers, correct errors and improve discourse. When timer goes off again, students rejoin their home group and whole class discusses problems and any misconceptions.
Exit ticket also included to use at the end of the lesson, end of the week or as a warm up to "exit" from the lesson. 3 Different versions included, use different days or use one as the warm up for the next day.
What is included:
4 different students "worksheets" with 7 problems each.
3 Different Exit Tickets,
4 Page size graphics to displays in the corners
Complete answer keys for all.