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Algebra Review Activity: Quick Questions Bundle consists of 30 Algebra 2 Activities! These activities help students identify and correct common math mistakes! They are great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so quick and it really gets students talking!

Quick Questions Review:

“Hey Lady! I am keying the Q^2 questions and marveling at your ability to showcase student's misunderstandings SO PRECISELY. It's not just that the technique is so cool, but it's also the insightful way you write the questions and possible solutions. Thanks for sharing this!”

Activities included in the bundle:

1.**Simplifying Expressions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

2.**Solving Equations and Inequalities: Fix Common Mistakes!**

3.**Functions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

4.**Graphing Absolute Value Functions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

5.**Graphing Absolute Value Functions 2: Fix Common Mistakes!**

6.**Absolute Value Functions and Equations: Fix Common Mistakes!**

7.**Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities: Fix Common Mistakes!**

8.**Solving Systems of Equations and Inequalities: Fix Common Mistakes!**

9.**Rational Exponents: Fix Common Mistakes!**

10.**Simplifying Radical and Imaginary Numbers: Fix Common Mistakes!**

11.**Solving Power Equations: Fix Common Mistakes!**

12.**Solving Power Equations 2: Fix Common Mistakes!**

13.**Factoring Binomials and Trinomials, A=1: Fix Common Mistakes!**

14.**Factoring Binomials and Trinomials, A>1: Fix Common Mistakes!**

15.**Graphing Quadratic Functions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

16.**Graphing Quadratic Functions and Equations: Fix Common Mistakes!**

17.**Quadratic Functions and Equations 2: Fix Common Mistakes!**

18.**Solving Radical Equations: Fix Common Mistakes!**

19.**Graphing Radical Functions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

20.**Inverse Functions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

21.**Polynomial Functions and Expressions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

22.**Graphing Polynomial Functions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

23.**Graphing Polynomial Functions 2: Fix Common Mistakes!**

24.**Graphing Polynomial Functions 3: Fix Common Mistakes!**

25.**Rational Expressions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

26.**Rational Expressions and Equations: Fix Common Mistakes!**

27.**Rational Expressions and Equations 2: Fix Common Mistakes!**

28.**Graphing Rational Functions: Fix Common Mistakes!**

29.**Sequences and Series: Fix Common Mistakes!**

30.**Combinations and Permutations: Fix Common Mistakes!**

Other Activities you might enjoy! Download separately or as a bundle =)

**Algebra 1 Activities: Fix Common Mistakes! **

**Algebra 2 Activities: Math Sprints**

Bundled Activities by Unit:

**Absolute Value Functions Activities**

**Quadratic Functions Activities**

**Polynomial Functions Activities**

**Rational Functions Activities**

Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math misunderstandings! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. This activity can be used in many ways, and here are some ideas on how it can be used in class:

1. Each question in the activity has two answer choices: “Answer A” or

“Answer B.” There is one correct answer choice and one decoy answer choice.

2. Students can complete each question individually or in pairs. If they work individually first, they will have time to form opinions about each question so that when it is time to collaborate, there will be great discussions!

3. When working in pairs, asking students to try to “find all the correct answers together” will encourage collaboration. The opportunity for collaboration creates productive mathematical discourse.

4. Then, provide the answer key either in paper form or on the board and ask students which questions they would like you to go over!

Error Analysis:

Copy the “Error Analysis” page for students to write critically about the questions and explain the mistakes on selected questions. Teachers or students can choose the questions about which they will write.

Conceptual Learning:

Use the blank quick questions sheet for students to come with their own questions with correct answers and decoy answers using the Quick Questions activity as a reference! They can then trade sheets with a partner or another pair of students and complete each other’s questions.

Other uses:

Quick questions could be used as a warm-up or exit ticket.

It could also be used as a section of a quiz or test.

It could be graded formally or informally.

Other Favorite Activities:

Quick Questions works wonderfully when it's used in conjunction with other activities! The following activities are some of my favorites that I use to “break up” the lesson. The combination of these activities has completely transformed my classroom! Students have improved remarkably in their math confidence, performance, and retention. Let me know if there is anything I can do to help you implement these activities in your classroom =)

First Step, Stop!

What’s Next?

Mad Math Minute

It’s a Race!

Task Cards

Sorting Activity

Matching Activity

Other “Quick Questions” you might like:

Polynomial Functions

Simplifying Radicals

Rational Expressions and Equations

Terms of Use:

This license is for one teacher only for personal use in his or her classroom. This license is non-transferable. Therefore, licenses cannot be given to or shared with other teachers. This document cannot be used by a common planning team, department, or district, without purchasing the correct number of licenses.

Copyright Terms:

This document cannot be posted online in any form, including course websites or personal websites. You may, however, post this document on password-protected websites that are accessed by students.

Quick Questions Review:

“Hey Lady! I am keying the Q^2 questions and marveling at your ability to showcase student's misunderstandings SO PRECISELY. It's not just that the technique is so cool, but it's also the insightful way you write the questions and possible solutions. Thanks for sharing this!”

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Other Activities you might enjoy! Download separately or as a bundle =)

Bundled Activities by Unit:

Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math misunderstandings! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. This activity can be used in many ways, and here are some ideas on how it can be used in class:

1. Each question in the activity has two answer choices: “Answer A” or

“Answer B.” There is one correct answer choice and one decoy answer choice.

2. Students can complete each question individually or in pairs. If they work individually first, they will have time to form opinions about each question so that when it is time to collaborate, there will be great discussions!

3. When working in pairs, asking students to try to “find all the correct answers together” will encourage collaboration. The opportunity for collaboration creates productive mathematical discourse.

4. Then, provide the answer key either in paper form or on the board and ask students which questions they would like you to go over!

Error Analysis:

Copy the “Error Analysis” page for students to write critically about the questions and explain the mistakes on selected questions. Teachers or students can choose the questions about which they will write.

Conceptual Learning:

Use the blank quick questions sheet for students to come with their own questions with correct answers and decoy answers using the Quick Questions activity as a reference! They can then trade sheets with a partner or another pair of students and complete each other’s questions.

Other uses:

Quick questions could be used as a warm-up or exit ticket.

It could also be used as a section of a quiz or test.

It could be graded formally or informally.

Other Favorite Activities:

Quick Questions works wonderfully when it's used in conjunction with other activities! The following activities are some of my favorites that I use to “break up” the lesson. The combination of these activities has completely transformed my classroom! Students have improved remarkably in their math confidence, performance, and retention. Let me know if there is anything I can do to help you implement these activities in your classroom =)

First Step, Stop!

What’s Next?

Mad Math Minute

It’s a Race!

Task Cards

Sorting Activity

Matching Activity

Other “Quick Questions” you might like:

Polynomial Functions

Simplifying Radicals

Rational Expressions and Equations

Terms of Use:

This license is for one teacher only for personal use in his or her classroom. This license is non-transferable. Therefore, licenses cannot be given to or shared with other teachers. This document cannot be used by a common planning team, department, or district, without purchasing the correct number of licenses.

Copyright Terms:

This document cannot be posted online in any form, including course websites or personal websites. You may, however, post this document on password-protected websites that are accessed by students.

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