The videos are to be used as a PREVIEW of the next day’s lesson. This helps students come to class with some prior knowledge before the lesson is taught. The warm-ups are given as a quick way to check and see if each student watched the short videos.
There are several benefits to this method:
• Students are immediately engaged in the lesson because they already “know” something about it.
• Students that learn at a slower pace, develop confidence and are more willing to participate in class because they’ve already learned something about the new topic.
• Pacing increases because students understand the topic faster due to having some prior knowledge before the lesson.
• Students enjoy learning from a variety of educators!
• PLUS you will have more time in class for practice, activities, group work, etc.
1) Student Edition - can be copied and given to students
2) Digital Edition - projected on the whiteboard or Smart board
UNIT 5 – Includes 18 video links and warm-ups on the following topics:
• Extreme Values of Functions
• Mean Value Theorem
• First Derivative Test
• Second Derivative Test
• Modeling and Optimization: inscribing rectangle, box, surface area of a cylinder, and profit
• Linearization and Differentials
• Newton's Method
• Related Rates: radius of a balloon, water level in a tank, and distance between approaching cars
I find great value in this teaching method and I hope you do too!
Check out my other Calculus - Video Links and Warm-Ups:
Calculus Warm-Ups BUNDLE: Units 1-9
Unit 1 – Prerequisites for Calculus
Unit 2 - Limits and Continuity
Unit 3 - Derivatives
Unit 4 - More Derivatives
Unit 6 - The Definite Integral
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