In this short quiz; students will analyze five (5) multiple-choice problems involving proportional relationship by encircling the correct answers. I created & used this assessment to monitor my students' (below grade level learners) progress based from the goals in the IEP and the CCSS. #NBCT
See title! Questions 1-2 suitable for all abilities (lower ability may need guidance for Q2) and the last three questions are "wordy" questions for students of medium / high ability who want more of a challenge.
Power Point presentation, 24 slides, Explaining with examples how to use the distributive law to expand brackets., based on IGCSE Extended level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlTkdsR0RDM0kyUTg/view?usp=sharing
This task differentiates learning by giving keener students the chance to show their understanding by doing fewer (but more challenging) problems. For grading students work, I usually give "all the points" or "half the points" for a partially correct solution. You could break it into quarters if you need to be more specific :)
You can edit the .docx version to suit your specific class needs. This makes a great exam review, even if you don't wish to use it for evaluation purposes!
.docx and .pdf file versions