tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6708897041529904500.post7541886625783789842..comments2015-09-07T23:04:54.245-05:00Comments on RATIONAL LIMITS: Algebra 2 & relationshipsAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comBlogger6125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6708897041529904500.post-29286063710723001682015-09-07T22:59:20.869-05:002015-09-07T22:59:20.869-05:00Interactive online math homework help ,Best site ...Interactive online <a href="http://help-homework-math.com" rel="nofollow"> math homework help</a> ,Best site for <a href="http://help-homework-math.com" rel="nofollow"> math homework help</a> solutions<br />helphomeworkmathhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16811257669836254313noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6708897041529904500.post-81055130950961959912013-01-17T22:54:49.965-06:002013-01-17T22:54:49.965-06:00Just sent you the documents. Oh, and you should a...Just sent you the documents. Oh, and you should add "Desmos" to your list of awesome, free, cross-platform (browser based) technology. It's almost like having a fast, free TI Calculator on your computer, but better because things like window re-sizing and finding intersection points is way easier than on a TI.hilbertshotelhttp://hilbertshotel.wordpress.com/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6708897041529904500.post-18500668384114242992013-01-17T20:32:08.313-06:002013-01-17T20:32:08.313-06:00This comment has been removed by the author.Kevin Krenzhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15808603871463612264noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6708897041529904500.post-1268498020733730962013-01-17T20:30:40.247-06:002013-01-17T20:30:40.247-06:00Thanks for the comment - I really like the idea of...Thanks for the comment - I really like the idea of those sheets! Our new semester starts on Tuesday, and we're looking to make more than a couple of changes to algebra 2. I would love to see those sheets - could you send me a link or email them to me? (Gmail: kevin.krenz)Kevin Krenzhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15808603871463612264noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6708897041529904500.post-55048175730508438522012-12-18T12:16:50.531-06:002012-12-18T12:16:50.531-06:00One way to show relationships is using these "...One way to show relationships is using these "Link" sheets that I found out about at a conference. The teachers at the conference were using lingo like "Rule of Four" which I had never heard of, but it makes sense: on a single sheet of paper, for a single function, show four representations of that function: (equation, graph, table, and word problem/questions). The Algebra II teacher at our school and I took the link sheets back with us and I've used them a bunch in Precalculus and even some in Physics. I've got a whole folders of Algebra II link sheets from this conference that I've never used because I only teach Precalculus, and I can send them to you if you'd like!hilbertshotelhttp://hilbertshotel.wordpress.com/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6708897041529904500.post-35792079499678057252012-12-17T16:48:06.483-06:002012-12-17T16:48:06.483-06:00Thoughtful post. I haven't touched Algebra 2 s...Thoughtful post. I haven't touched Algebra 2 since I was in high school years ago. However, I get what you're saying about relationships. I agree that it's important for students to understand how different concept are related, especially if they represent the same thing in different ways! It seems like there's still room for real-world data in that approach. In that case you're looking for the relationship between real-world data and the mathematics that might seem purely abstract to the students at first. With your time constraints, you don't need to do it all the time, but I definitely think it would still be a valuable experience where you can fit it in. Good luck!bstockushttp://bstockus.wordpress.com/noreply@blogger.com