Edited to add a link to a printable document, you can find it Download Doublepockettutorial Cut your 12x12 sheet of designer paper to 8 1/2 x 11. Save the excess strips to make the pull outs. I am using a...
Complete lesson on Exponents and Expressions. Contains work along PowerPoint presentation, practice page and assessment. Use on a smartboard, projector, pad, computer, or as a printable. Objectives; 1.) Define and understand the term "exponent". 2.) Identify base numbers and exponents. 3.) Determine value of expressions using exponents. 4.) Convert from exponential to standard form and from standard to exponential form. 5.) Solve word problems using exponents.
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Students typically struggle with persuasive essays (especially in middle school!) because it's difficult to teach the complex nuances between expository and persuasive/argumentative writing. This powerpoint, using techniques adapted from Brian Clark's article "Ten Timeless Persuasive Techniques" reviews the differences between expository and persuasive essay writing, along with introducing techniques that students can incorporate into persuasive writing.