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When playing the Row Game, I always want to check the answers in the fastest way possible so that there is not too much down time. To speed this process, I have students box in their answers every round so I know exactly where to look. After the problem has been checked and discussed, I have them cross off their work so I don't have to search their paper for the next answer. This helps to make the game go quickly and then we can use class time more efficiently.

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# Unit Review Game: The Row Game

Lesson 12 of 13

## Objective: SWBAT review the important concepts of this unit.

*50 minutes*

#### Check Unit Review

*20 min*

We begin class by checking the unit review that was assigned yesterday. I usually spend about 15 minutes or so going over questions that students have.

**Heads up:** continuity at a point is a concept that students usually struggle with and my classes will almost always ask me about question #4. In the video below I discuss how I address this with my students.

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#### The Row Game

*30 min*

I really like The Row Game because it gets **all students in the class involved and it requires movement**. Students sit way too much during a regular school day, so this is a nice way to get them moving around a little bit. The setup for the game is easy – put your students in rows and have 5 or 6 people per team. It is not imperative that each row have the same amount of students, but get as close as you can. In the video below I describe how to play The Row Game.

Each slide of the PowerPoint is a different question for a different round. While going around the room and checking solutions it is really handy to walk along with a clipboard to keep track of everything. You can tell students to point to their solution as you go by so that the checking does not take too long. The students should be silent while working and should not be turning around to check their work with other people in their row. I am usually silent while I go around and check their work and then I will add each team’s points to the board at the end of each round. This builds the drama! After going through all of the questions, the team with the most points wins.

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- UNIT 1: Functioning with Functions
- UNIT 2: Polynomial and Rational Functions
- UNIT 3: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- UNIT 4: Trigonometric Functions
- UNIT 5: Trigonometric Relationships
- UNIT 6: Additional Trigonometry Topics
- UNIT 7: Midterm Review and Exam
- UNIT 8: Matrices and Systems
- UNIT 9: Sequences and Series
- UNIT 10: Conic Sections
- UNIT 11: Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates
- UNIT 12: Math in 3D
- UNIT 13: Limits and Derivatives

- LESSON 1: The Limit of a Function
- LESSON 2: Techniques for Finding Limits
- LESSON 3: The Tangent Line Problem - Day 1 of 2
- LESSON 4: The Tangent Line Problem - Day 2 of 2
- LESSON 5: The Power Rule
- LESSON 6: Formative Assessment: Limits and Derivatives
- LESSON 7: Derivatives and Graphs
- LESSON 8: The Second Derivative
- LESSON 9: Maximizing Volume - Revisited
- LESSON 10: The Rock Problem
- LESSON 11: Unit Review: Limits and Derivatives
- LESSON 12: Unit Review Game: The Row Game
- LESSON 13: Unit Assessment: Limits and Derivatives