Representing High School Examples
- Polynomials Grade 9: Using Algetiles to Represent Polynomials (sort, factor, operations)
- When students are given the tiles without the teacher first describing what they represent, it allows the students to explore the relationship between the tiles. Essentially they are determining which ones have the same length. Working from student experience allows the teacher to build on language that students use to describe how they sorted the tiles or how they constructed a rectangle.
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