These are not limited to testing and as mentioned as feedback in the reader survey, hopefully a few tricks to get students engaged to add to your toolbox.Speed Dating is a review game in which students are paired and face each other.Now, half of the class was introduced to each other. Tell me more: Students of architecture know that the critique is an invaluable – but sometimes also devastating – space for receiving feedback from mentors and peers.Its rules are flexible, but it typically involves brief, timed conversations with a single partner about a single question.The “event” can run as short or long as needed, and is inexhaustible: Its applications are infinite.Students would have time to become experts and I would check their work. Student would switch problems with their partner, work the new problem, check, and get their original question back. Obviously speed dating is a hit for the laughter and awkwardness that come with the title., where a(x), b(x), q(x), and r(x) are polynomials with the degree of r(x) less than the degree of b(x), using inspection, long division, or, for the more complicated examples, a computer algebra system."spread out on a table with the problem facing up.
I am near the end of my trimester and trying to review some of what we have learned to prepare students for their upcoming final assessments.
I am going to ask students to pick up a card as they enter class.
Students will become an expert on the problem that they choose, so I want students to be able to pick a problem that they feel is accessible.
Valentine’s Day is fun, but I don’t want to miss a day of language learning just for fun. I let them know they will be “speed dating” and they need to find out important info about this new person. You won’t want to date them if they are 10 years old.
Speed-dating is great for getting students to use the language in short conversations. Don’t leave without finding out their name (and number if interested! I encourage them to pretend they are someone else if they want to.
Movement in the classroom, we know its a good thing, yet sometimes it is difficult to manage.