Properties of Logarithms: Condensing Logarithmic Expressions.
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.
This activity is designed for Algebra 2, PreCalculus, or College Algebra students.
Included in the Activity:
☑ Task Cards:
Your students will get hands on practice with 20 Task or Station cards. The problems include all bases, numerical, literal, base 10 and base e.
☑ Master List of questions
for your convenience for for an absentee.
There are two handouts with 12 questions each similar to the problems on the task cards. They can be used as homework, assessment or enrichment.
☑ Student response sheets
are included as are
☑ All answer keys.
☑ Also included is a handout for you on how to incorporate and best use Task Cards in your classroom.
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