Reflection: Flexibility Presentation on Functions Operations - Section 2: Presentations


This example of a presentation is for a group that presented division of functions. Many groups' presentations were posters or sharing notes with the document camera. This group decided to use Smart Notebook.  By allowing students to choose the mode of presentation students were able to focus on the content not on learning an unfamiliar technology tool.  Allowing multiple presentation modes also gives  variety to the class which helps with the pace.

I also have many students without Internet access at home. If the group needed to complete parts of the presentation at home allowing students to use other modes of presentation allowed all the students to do work from home.

The nice thing about a presentation that is digital is that I am able to save the product as a Pdf file and then share the file with students that are gone. The posters are hung up in my classroom so students can see other students work.


  Flexibility: Example of Presentation
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Presentation on Functions Operations

Unit 2: Functions and Piecewise Functions
Lesson 7 of 15

Objective: SWBAT add, subtract, multiply and divide functions.

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

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