Reflection: Intervention and Extension Preparing for Partner Presentations on Transformation of a Parent Function(Day 1 of 2) - Section 3: Peer Feedback

 

A change that I will make in this lesson in the future is to set up the lesson to provide peer feedback for all students.  The students that completed the preparation of their presentations early, and participated in the peer feedback seemed to be more successful.  I think it would be beneficial to all students to present their presentations to another group with 10 minutes left in class.  Even if students are not completely done with their presentations, they can present what they have completed.  Students can provide feedback on whatever part of the presentation is presented.  This will allow students of all levels to make changes to improve their presentations before their final presentation.

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Preparing for Partner Presentations on Transformation of a Parent Function(Day 1 of 2)

Unit 1: Introduction to Functions
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: SWBAT analyze one given function that is a transformation from one of the basic parent functions for a presentation based off a rubric.

Big Idea: For students to become more comfortable with the graphing vocabulary verbally, and in written form in a non-testing situation.

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parent functions, Math, Algebra, partners, presentation, transformation, end product in mind, function
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