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“Can you guess which one?“ - Order of Operations II - Task Cards / Worksheets
consists of 12 separate task cards each with 4 different expressions to simplify. All four are carefully created to look very different at first, but with simplification three of the four expressions are identical, or equivalent
, in value while only one is different. The fourth appears to be similar only if the student makes a mistake in simplification. This game can induce great class discussions and leaves a lasting impression that helps students to further develop their understanding of order of operations and the rules that govern them. It also strives to build the base math skill of recognizing equivalence
, a key concept necessary to be successful in high school math and beyond.
"Can you guess which one?" is a great way to teach, reinforce or review order of operations. Its informal yet challenging approach creates an atmosphere of excitement where students want to uncover the answer rather than feeling that it is just another set of mundane problems to solve.
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To explore the fully interactive version of “Can you guess which one?“
- Order of Operations II read the following:
Each full version
game (this is not
the full version, there are links to the full version games below) comes in three formats:
Smart Notebook, Power Point and pdf
, all of which are highly interactive.
There are sixteen full version games in this series (listed below) that can be purchased separately or in one of the bundles.
Multiplying Monomials I
Multiplying Monomials II
Prime Numbers I
Rational Numbers I
Order of Operations I
Order of Operations II
which includes: Order of Operations I & II, Prime Numbers I & Rational Numbers I
which includes: Exponents I & II, Multiplying Monomials I & II
which includes: Fractions I , II, III & IV
which includes: The first 12 Titles listed above.
Which includes the 4 games listed below.
Radicals and Fractional Exponents I
The Unit Circle I
Can you guess which one is right for you?