Exponents: Division Rule--this zip file includes both a Smart Notebook
file and a pdf version
that clearly illustrates the division rule used with exponents, followed by 7 guided practice problems as well as a handout sheet of 40 practice problems and answer key. Instructions on how to get, or use, Notebook for free are included.
This product is part of a larger "Complete Unit" bundle on exponets. Click Here
Emphasis is placed on understanding the language of math, what each symbol means and why the division rule makes sense by building on prior knowledge.
When we use symbols and letters to represent ideas, those symbols and letters are described as a language. If students can "read" the language of math, then they can understand what the question or problem is expecting them to do. If they can "read" the language of math, then they can follow the "directions" and complete the task at hand. Most students would say that doing math isn't difficult, but understanding the language of math can be.
This series aims to teach the concept of exponents while developing math literacy skills through carefully planned, step-by-step, visually appealing, accurate and thought provoking slides.
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Want a lesson on zero and negative exponents? Click Here
If you want one for the power rule, Click Here
and for one on making negative exponents postitive Click Here