At times, I was frustrated teaching more challenging content when it was obvious many in the class needed extra help on easier stuff. I developed this idea of a Boot Camp to reinforce those skills, but allowing others to accelerate on their own!
Students will take a Pre-Assessment and will be assigned a level. Each level is thematically tied with a rank in the Army. So while the Levels of the problems get more challenging, they achieve a higher rank in the army.
After students master a level, they are signed off and promoted to the next level. Students intrinsically strive to get up a level and are innately curious about the next one.
The items that are included are:
Boot Camp - Angles
Boot Camp - Area
Boot Camp - Congruence & Similarity
Boot Camp - Conic Sections
Boot Camp - Coordinate Plane
Boot Camp - Lines
Boot Camp - Rigid Motion Transformations
Boot Camp - Triangles
Boot Camp - Trigonometry
Boot Camp - Volume & Surface Area
*Note the contents of this bundle may overlap with other bundles
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