About This Product:
This product was designed for students with identified learning disabilities. It was created to foster understanding of the relationships between the base, the exponent and what we call the answer in an exponential or logarithmic expression. Students can easily use change of base formula for a log like log base 5 of 125 to get the correct answer but will they understand the relationship between what was given and the answer? It’s not likely.
The Evaluating Logarithmic Expressions Cut and Paste Notes will surely provide more details of the process for your students and promote understanding.
There are only two examples included. Here quality is prioritized over quantity. It's important that all students understand both problems well instead of understanding only a fraction of many problems.
1. Students cut out the “work” by cutting down the vertical dotted line in the center.
2. Paste the “Work” on the left side of a piece of construction paper.
3. The dotted boxes contain written steps describing the work. The order of these boxes is scrambled. Cut out each box and unscramble the steps.
4. Paste the appropriate step on to the construction paper beside the work that matches that step.