# Algebra 2: Polynomial Functions Tournament Review Activity

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1. In this bundled set you will find all you need to prepare your Algebra 2 students for a better understanding of Polynomial Functions. The file includes:1.) Eight Daily Quizzes• Polynomial Functions• Polynomials, Linear Factors, and Zeros• Solving Polynomial Equations• Dividing Polynomials• Theorem
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Do your ALGEBRA 2 students need an end of the unit activity for test preparation? Here's a fun and engaging "Tournament" to get students actively involved in practice for a test. You can observe strengths and weaknesses in students' understanding of concepts as you watch them work through the questions. There are many different ways the activity can be used within class to promote cooperative learning.

The tournament includes a set of cards, an answer key, and 45 questions related to Polynomial Functions for Algebra 2 and PreCalculus students.

The tournament review activity is a game composed of content-relevant questions designed to test the knowledge students gain from class presentations and homework. Games are played at tables of four students. Most games are simply numbered questions on a handout. A student picks a number card and attempts to answer the question corresponding to the number. A challenge rule permits players to challenge each other's answers.

ALTERNATIVE “MATH DATE” GAME:

1 Students draw a clock and label the times for 12:00, 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00.

2. Set a timer for 2 minutes. Students move around the room to set a date at each time slot. Students will have four different partners.

3. When students return to their seats, call out a time. Students will move to that partner and work on the problems that you assign. For example: “Find your 6:00 partner and work questions 4, 9, and 15.”

4. If a student is without a date, you can set them up on a “blind date.”

You will also find this activity in my bundled set of Alg 2 Polynomial Functions: Activities and Assessments.

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