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Posted 9/21/2006 11:55 AM (#1047)
Subject: Presentation idea

Posts: 45
Location: Eastside
Hey Guys,
Just checking in with you. Have we decided what we want to do for our presentation? I know we had discussed using algebra tiles to show completing the square. What else did we have in mind? Hope everything's going well.
Posted 9/22/2006 3:15 PM (#1051 - in reply to #1047)
Subject: RE: Presentation idea

Posts: 50
Location: Tates Creek
I think you're right about doing the algebra tiles for completing the square. I say we still go with that. As far as another activity to present, it would probably be a good idea to use one of the CBR activities. When you guys have an opportunity, peruse the activities we got & let's see if we can't find a good one for our quadratics unit. By the way - when are our presentations? Do any of you know at which meeting we will be presenting?
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