There are many ways to use these task cards. Here are some suggestions:
1. Split students into random groups of 3. Only give each group four problems at a time. The first 4 problems can be called Level 1. Once a group corrects answers Level 1, you can hand them Level 2 (problems 5-8) and then Level 3 (problems 9-12). I usually have students work on whiteboards when solving these problems but it’s up to you.
2. Have students work on their own or in groups and choose 8 of the 12 problems to solve. To ensure they are sufficiently challenged, make sure they answer at least 2 from each page.
3. If you have the space, you could post the problems at different stations around the classroom. I would recommend 1 problem per station. Students can choose where they want to start. You could make each station worth a certain number of points (equal to the question number). Students then have to accumulate a minimum number of points. I would recommend using 50 as a minimum.Whatever you choose to do, students could record their answers on the answer sheets at the end of this document.
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