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activity that engage students in 12 questions on "Dividing Polynomials
. The questions are divided into 4 different models:
☑ Questions 1-4: Students are asked to specifically use Long Division (will have a remainder in some)
☑ Questions 5-8: Students are asked to specifically use Synthetic Division (will have a remainder in some)
☑ Questions 9-10: Students are asked to just divide. It is up to students to use any strategy they wish to use. (no reminder in both models)
☑ Questions 11-12: Students are asked to determine if a given binomial is a factor.
"Some questions are NOT written in standard form while others may have a missing term. The divisor is always linear, however, it may have a leading coefficient more than 1
Students would need to solve the mystery Emoji by following the color key.
My students are fascinated with an additional coloring option that I have included where they could pick their own colors. They have become very very creative. I am including this option in this emoji and I truly hope that your kids will love it as much as mine have.
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My students truly were ENGAGED
answering the questions and had a BLAST COLORING
and finding the mystery picture much better than the textbook problems.✶ ✶ ✶
This RELAXING EMOJI could be used in:
math centers, group work, a way to check for understanding, a review, recap of the lesson, pair-share, cooperative learning, exit ticket, entrance ticket, homework, individual practice, when you have time left at the end of a period, beginning of the period (as a warm up or bell work), before a quiz on the topic, substitute planning, and more.
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