These StudyCards™ stacks enable students to review concepts for the Math A Exam in New York.
Before the Activity
TI StudyCards™ Creator Software
on the calculator using one of these two methods:
a TI Connectivity Cable, and the Unit-to-Unit Link Cable
TI-Navigator send to class feature
Review the StudyCards™ files prior to class.
Make sure the StudyCardApp is on all student calculators.
Transfer the StudyCard files to student calculators using one of these methods:
StudyCard Creator send to device feature with a connectivity cable and unit-to-unit cables
TI-Navigator System send to class feature (required method for TI-73 users)
During the Activity
This activity is intended as a learning review. Students may work alone or in small groups You may wish to circulate the room to answer students' questions.
scientific notation, factoring, linear equations, rate of change, rational numbers, operations on polynomials, percentages, coordinate geometry, substitution, quadratic equations, probability, finding locus, distributive property, and central tendency of data
axis of symmetry, factoring, ratios, adding, dividing and multiplying polynomials, scientific notation, permutations, equations, mathematical reasoning, and inequalities
multiplicative identity, multiplication and subtraction of polynomials, inequalities, transformations, exponents, equations, percentages, circles, coordinate geometry, triangles, angle measurement, and polygons
After the Activity
Review student results:
As a class, discuss questions that appeared to be more challenging
Re-teach concepts as necessary