We were supposed to test on equations of lines, transformations tomorrow in our Algebra 1 class. But my students are not ready! So I created a review to hit several of the skills that students still need to practice. I'm sharing the review here - Equations of Lines Review.

I thought about setting up the stations somehow but the more I think about it, the more I want students to practice as partners. I think I will set up a table for students who need extra help - they can join me at the table just long enough to get help with specific problems. I am still pondering how I might require a stamp to move to the next set of problems, or provide feedback in the midst of the work. I want students to correct their work in class so that when the class is completed, they will have worked all problems correctly.

Do you use technology in the classroom to help you review?

ReplyDeleteI don't have much technology right now. In January our school will implement a 1-1 laptop initiative for 9th graders.

ReplyDeleteI'm new to the school - I've heard there are some clickers. I used them in my previous school - haven't done so here yet - need to find them.