Creating Foldables-Study Guide and Review Inequalities and Functions

Creating Foldables-Study Guide and Review Inequalities and Functions

I use Dina Zikes Foldables in my classroom. We create them using notebook paper or construction paper. After each chapter we look back and include key concepts and examples in each part of our Multi-Part Lesson Foldable booklets. Basically, it helps students organize their notes. They refer to their Foldables while completing the Study Guide and Review and the night before a test. On this day, we created Foldables to review Functions and Inequalities.

Comment by Rebecca bien-amie on March 27, 2011 at 10:47am
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Comment by Wanda Collins on March 27, 2011 at 12:48pm
Yes, it is!

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