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.

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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?

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