Reflection: Continuous Assessment Tailgating and Solving Radical Equations - Section 4: Closure

During today's Closure Activity, very few students had to rework Problem 1.  For Problem 2, there was a lot of revision. Most students were successful at the end of the lesson when reworking Number 2. I used this information to assess the progress made during today's lesson.

Reworking Problems within a Lesson
Continuous Assessment: Reworking Problems within a Lesson

Unit 5: Radical Expressions, Equations, and Rational Exponents
Lesson 5 of 11

Big Idea: The purpose of this lesson is for students to solve radical equations of index 2 by taking the square root and understanding extraneous solutions.

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Math, Algebra, Warm UP, Real world problem, independent practice, guided notes, master teacher project, Skid marks and speed of a car, Solving a radical equation, extraneous solutions, radicals
50 minutes

Rhonda Leichliter

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