Overthinking my teaching - Christopher Danie - Taught 7th & 8th for 7 years. Switched to MSU to work on Ph.D. & editing CMP2 as grad assistant. Now teaches math at Normandale CC in Bloomington, MN, while working on content courses for future elementary teachers, College Algebra, and the inevitable CMPCC version.
Algebra if-what task cards require students to solve two problems to come to an answer for the question asked as there is a part one ("if") and part two ("what") to each card. Integers, fractions, decimals, absolute value, order of operations, powers and square roots are a part of the process using inverse operations to solve for the variable. The student recording sheet challenges students to create two of their own problems in the same manner (if-what). An answer key is also included…
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