To Accumulate a Rate — Integrate!

Teaching High School Mathematics

Absolute Value Inequalities – A foldable

This is the third time that I’ve done a foldable this year and I can’t believe how much I like them.
100% of my students do it and so they all have well organized notes they can look back on. I’ve never kept track before, but there is no way anywhere near 100% of my students take notes when I’m giving them. Just the participation level alone is well worth it. The other thing I really like is you can add a graph or a number line or what ever for students to write on so that I don’t have to wait while they make a graph during the lesson. I can also have them get their foldable folded and cut while I’m going around helping students or checking work.
Here is my copy of this set.




One comment on “Absolute Value Inequalities – A foldable

  1. Pingback: On a Honeymoon with Foldable Functions | To Accumulate a Rate --- Integrate!

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This entry was posted on September 22, 2012 by in Algebra and tagged , , , , , , .
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