SmartBoard Demo Presentation April 27, 2007

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Slides are from a presentation I gave at my school demonstrating some of the ways in which I use the SmartBoard in my classroom.

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SmartBoard Demo Presentation April 27, 2007

  1. 1. So. What Can You Do With a SmartBoard? Introducing ... The Book ... Title: Apr 26-10:30 PM (1 of 13)
  2. 2. Come write your name ... anyone, c'mon give it a try. It won't hurt ... really ... Jennifer Title: Apr 26-11:05 PM (2 of 13)
  3. 3. * A Sample Lesson ... ... before ... ... during ... ... and after ... Title: Apr 27-8:56 AM (3 of 13)
  4. 4. The Binomial Theorem or "one of the ways G-d built the universe" ... Zhu Shijiei 1261 Pascal 1653 Title: Apr 27-8:51 AM (4 of 13)
  5. 5. ANNOTATE THIS Title: Apr 27-3:01 PM (5 of 13)
  6. 6. Expand and simplify ... a+b Title: Apr 27-8:52 AM (6 of 13)
  7. 7. Find a pattern, add two more rows to the triangle ... 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 1 1 4 6 4 1 Title: Apr 27-8:52 AM (7 of 13)
  8. 8. Evaluate each term ... Title: Apr 27-8:52 AM (8 of 13)
  9. 9. Pascal's Triangle How many different patterns can you find in the triangle? SYMMETRY Counting Numbers Sum of COUNTING numbers triangular numbers Sum of Triangular numbers Title: Apr 27-8:52 AM (9 of 13)
  10. 10. Pascal's Triangle How many different patterns can you find in the triangle? Title: Apr 27-8:52 AM (10 of 13)
  11. 11. Pascal's Triangle How many different patterns can you find in the triangle? Title: Apr 27-8:53 AM (11 of 13)
  12. 12. Title: Apr 27-8:53 AM (12 of 13)
  13. 13. The Binomial Theorem ... Algebraically Combinatorically Notice the patterns ... (1) The coefficient of the term is: (2) The exponent on a is given by: [n - (i - 1)] (3) The exponent on b is given by: i (4) This relation holds for each term in the expansion: [exponent on a] + [exponent on b] = n (5) The number of terms in any binomial expansion is: n + 1 Title: Apr 27-8:53 AM (13 of 13)

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