**Task 2**

**Pair work (follow-up from previous Task Algebra Change of Subject 2)**

Based on the activity in task 1, students have submitted the following responses (refer Table 1).

Your task is to reflect on the solution(s) submitted by your classmates.

Identify at

*least 2 points*for consideration for 'Change of Subject'. Example Arithmetic error (wrong associative law applied)You may discuss with a partner in class.

Submit this as a

**.***comment*Indicate your name as well as your partner's name.

reference:

Worksheet 5, ACE learning.

Question Posted by Teacher

__Table 1: Answer Posted by Students__

In Summary

1. Square rooting or Squaring the wrong numbers. 2. Wrong use of brackets

ReplyDeleteWrong usage of bracket in answers and also using square roots wrongly eg wrong place ( before or after brackets)

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ReplyDeleteThe wrong use of brackets, as well as the wrong usage of square roots.

ReplyDeleteWrong use of square roots and brackets. e.g. placed at wrong places.

ReplyDeleteStudent A did not square root the equation correctly.

ReplyDeleteStudent B misplaced the the square root.

Ryan and Jereme

There were missing divide signs for some of them.

ReplyDelete1. There are missing variables in Student C

ReplyDelete2. There are missing Brackets in a few questions

Student R:

ReplyDeleteWrong use of associative law

Misunderstanding of the concept of square roots

By Sherwin and Farrell

The wrong use of brackets and square roots.For example the students of A and B.

ReplyDelete1. Unaware of the difference between square and addition/subtraction (Student P)

ReplyDelete2. Wrong usage of brackets eg. uses brackets even when there isn't a need to

Wrong use of brackets and a few missing variables

ReplyDeleteStudent E did not put in the correct subject. Instead of 'R', he put in R^2

ReplyDeleteStudent P's answer was wrong because he did not remove the subject from the left side of the equation

They left out certain brackets and square roots when they were needed.

ReplyDeleteThe brackets were wrongly used and the square roots were also misused.

ReplyDeleteDiscussed with Bryan:

ReplyDelete1) Wrong/unnecessary use of brackets(seen especially from student S.)

2) Confusion with usage of square and square root. (Student E is confused with squares will most of the others are confused with square-roots.

Student E left out a step and got the subject wrong, making the subject R^2 instead of R.

ReplyDeleteStudent A left out the brackets, thus the equation does not equate to the subject and is wrong.

1. Student R did the wrong simplification process and wrong usage of square root.

ReplyDelete2. Student A did the wrong simplification process and a bracket was absent.

By Valery and Carissa

1. Some students didn't use the Square roots properly.

ReplyDelete2. Student E miscalculated and got the subject wrong, getting 'R^2' instead of the supposed 'R' as the subject

1. Wrong use of brackets. ><

ReplyDelete2. Student E made R^2 the subject instead of R.