## Reflection: Joy Presentation on Functions Operations - Section 2: Presentations

This year a group working on division of functions went beyond what was required. This group went into great detail on how to divide polynomials using both long division and synthetic.  I did not stop the instruction since I wanted to hear their explanation. The group stopped and retaught when questions arose and made sure students understood how to divide.

After the presentation, I did make sure students knew what I would expect on the test.  It was exciting to see a group of students retain so much knowledge from a previous course.  I am sure I will move quicker with some topics due to their deeper understanding of prior material.

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# Presentation on Functions Operations

Unit 2: Functions and Piecewise Functions
Lesson 7 of 15

## Big Idea: Presentation will assist students in learning the notation of function operations.

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### Katharine Sparks

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