If you provide the answer, what’s the question. Students are given one of the answer cards with a number or equation written on it. They use a math concept they are working on such as linear equations, parabolas, or completing the square to create a question that will yield that answer. Can you say review fun?
Perfect for the secondary math classroom. Use at an activity center, post on bulletin boards, make a bell-ringer activity, or pass out the challenges to groups. Good for cooperative learning when students test each other’s questions to see if the question yields the provided answer. The What’s the Question activity is versatile in how it can be used. Great fun to get students thinking in new ways about math concepts.
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