Activity Based Learning with Task Cards really works to help reinforce your lessons. Task Cards and Station cards get your students engaged and keep them motivated. This set of 16 task cards will help students practice finding the derivative of Trigonometric Functions using the Chain Rule. This lesson is designed for AP Calculus AB, BC, Honors, Dual enrollment and College Calculus 1.
✓ 16 task cards
✓ QR code answer sheet, (which I usually post in the front of the room for checking or projected on the board via my computer.) The task cards can be used with or without the QR codes.
✓ Traditional answer key, if you don't use the QR's* A student response sheet.
✓ Additional Handout with 10 problems. This can be used as HW, an assessment, or enrichment.
QR Codes can be scanned by many mobile devices and tablets. These codes lead to a picture of the answer, so students need to be connected to the internet in order to use these codes. The site that they connect to is my personal site and there is no advertising, just the answer.
A QR Code reader can be downloaded for FREE for many mobile devices.
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