Please share my enthusiasm on the my entry level power point that covers how to find the LOCUS of points!
* Students begin the lesson with a definition as to the meaning of "LOCUS"
* Students learn the plural form of "LOCUS"
* Students learn from which language the term "LOCUS" is derived.
* Students are introduced to four steps to follow in finding the locus points for a figure
* Students put into their own words exactly what they are essentially looking for when determining the locus points representing more than one condition.
* Students apply their newly learned information to real life by determining the epicenter of an earthquake from three varied reports on the quake.
* Ample opportunity is provided during the lesson for practice in finding the locus of points with multiple examples and practice problems.
* In all cases, answers are provided for student and teacher convenience.
* A four-question "Follow up Assessment" is included at the conclusion of the lesson to readily determine student comprehension of the material presented.
* A set of 7 GUIDED NOTES is also included to encourage active participation among students during the lesson delivery; the notes are beneficial to students in support and preparation for homework assignments, quizzes, tests, and final exams.
* I am confident that students will find the lesson to be as enjoyable as it is informative; teachers should find the lesson practical and easily adaptable to their particular curriculum
* This lesson is aligned with CC Standards
* Please enjoy!
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