Great activity reinforcing the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus with no u-substitution.
Task Cards really do work! They get the students engaged and keep them motivated to go through all of the problems, more so than a simple worksheet.
✓ Task Cards: There are 2 sets of the 16 cards, one in color and one in black and white.
# 1 - 8 depict graphs of functions with shaded regions. Students are to find the area of the shaded region.
#11 – 16 are definite integrals. None of the problems use substitution to integrate.
✓ Student response sheet with room for students to show their work.
✓ Handout with 6 similar problems which can be used as Homework, assessment, or enrichment
-This is included in:
★ Calculus Bundle of Activities for Area Under the Curve
★ Calculus Bundle of Activities for 2nd semester
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