Reflection: Exit Tickets Multiplying Polynomials - Part I - Section 5: Closing


Exit Cards are hugely critical to me in determining students’ daily successes and struggles. While I can sit and think over how well I did or didn’t do something in a lesson, nothing is more indicative a qualifying measure than my students’ performance on an Exit Cards for a lesson we got through that day. Using these results helps me evaluate my own performance because if I see a pattern, I can narrow my reflection to what I specifically did or did not do in that lesson to communicate the expectations or procedures of that particular part of the lesson or skills. This helps guide my teaching and planning in future lessons.

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Multiplying Polynomials - Part I

Unit 8: Polynomials
Lesson 4 of 9

Objective: SWBAT multiply two binomial expression together using the FOIL method.

Big Idea: Students will develop an understanding of what it means to multiply polynomial expressions through the use of Algebra Tiles.

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