So, yesterday, most of the groups got the statements sorted. Today they will create a poster of the incorrect statements and write underneath each one what the error is. I found a great explanation by Bock about the types of interpretation errors with examples and explanations. My students used this document to help guide them. And they eventually were able to identify correct and incorrect statments, but also were able to articulate what made interpretations incorrect. YAY!
They are done! The polar equation graphs my precalc students started on Friday are finished…in fact they came into class asking if they could have time to finish ‘cuz they really wanted to see the final results. I like the component of finding the name of their equation type as well as researching then sharing least 2-3 interesting facts about their polar equation.