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Mathematics Instructional Learning Community
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Final Reviews
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mdailey
Posted 12/4/2006 11:21 AM (#1404)
Subject: Final Reviews
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Location: Eastside
As December's leader for discussion, I wanted to remind everyone to log-in for your 30 minutes and try to do some posting.

I thought I'd ask everyone how they are reviewing for their finals. I'm planning on using jeopardy for geometry and algebra I and hopefully algebra II if I have time to create it. I'm trying some games this year, to see if it keeps students interested.
rfarquha
Posted 12/21/2006 11:23 AM (#1458 - in reply to #1404)
Subject: RE: Final Reviews
Math

Posts: 24

Location: Tates Creek
I have also tried some games. I usually make up a tic tac toe game that gets fair results. I also created a Matho game which is like a bingo. I know it is too late for this year, but if you'd like, I can send you one of those games for next semester.

Hope you have relaxing holiday break.

Bob
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