Exponent Rules: My Favorite No! Expanded Edition
Promote class discussion and student's analytical thinking while practicing exponent rules! Exponent Rules: My Favorite No! Expanded Edition is a discussion activity that can be used as a warm-up, or as an exit ticket/closure activity.
Each student will complete a problem on a printable card based on exponent rules and turn in their card. The teacher will choose their favorite incorrect
answer (keeping the selected student a secret) by copying the work exactly on the board. The class will then go over the incorrect answer explaining what the classmate did correctly and why and what was incorrect about the answer and why.
Teacher Instructions (with two ways to complete the activity)
Solution to all fourteen questions
My favorite no cards- fourteen problems that include the following exponent rule problems:
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Power of a Quotient
Power of One
Rational Exponents and Roots
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