I made it. I loved it. I blogged about it. Other people read it. And pinned it on pinterest. People saw the pin and made their own versions to suit their classes. It's a really cool thing to realize that I made something that has influenced the education of students not only in my classroom but in other classrooms across the country.
Last week, I started reviewing slope with my Algebra 2 students. Actually, I can't really call it reviewing. It's been more of a reteaching experience. I had to reteach each of the different ways to find slope. I loved my previous slope foldable, but it was too big to fit in our composition notebooks.
So, I took my blank three door foldable that will fit in a composition notebook and used that. The information on the flaps is exactly the same. When I cover this with my Algebra 1 students, I may want to rethink what I put on each flap. I guess that will be cause for a new post: Slope Foldable...Take Three.
Here's a copy of the file I used to make this 3-door foldable.
Here's what my new version of the slope foldable looked like.
|Finding Slope Foldable Outside|
|Finding Slope Foldable Inside|