Day 62: Changing Seats using Trigonomety

It is time to change seats!  Usually I have students select a random card and then match with the 3 other people that share the same number.  But I wanted to do the ferris_wheel_card_match as well, and we weren’t going to have time for both.  So I cut out the cards, made sure I had two forms of the equation so that I’d have 4 cards that match in this way: verbal description, graph, 2 equations.  My students had to find their table partners by matching their cards.  Once again, good conversations and questions.


Once they had their new table group, they had to write their names on the seating chart in the correct group.  Worked nicely and we got to do a little bit of the card sort.

How might you use a learning activity to complete a organizational task?


Posted on December 8, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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