Do you like teaching the "old-fashioned" way with the teacher presenting the lesson?
Is your school is moving toward a one-to-one classroom in which students will have their own device such as an i-pad, similar tablet, or laptop?
Are you thinking of flipping your classroom?
Would you like to take your students to the lab for a worthwhile instructional activity?
Here is a very versatile way to integrate technology into your classroom. Do it big or start out small. You decide!
-Irregular Areas Teacher Notes
-Irregular Areas Tutorial (PowerPoint including 7 very detailed problems for instruction)
-Partner Irregular Areas Tutorial (PowerPoint including 7 very detailed problems for instruction)
-Irregular Areas Student Handout (3 practice problems as a followup to the presentation)
-Irregular Areas Tutorial Answer Key
Please see the preview to see ideas for use.
Partner Power: Irregular Composite Areas
is a great set of practice problems to use as a followup to this tutorial.
Irregular Composite Areas Tutorial (editable)
by Activities by Jill
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