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Learning what polynomials are, how to add, subtract and multiply them.
The students will be able to identify polynomials according to their number of terms and degree. They will also be able to add, subtract, and multiply polynomials using combining like terms and distribution. Students will also be able to identify polynomials that are the result of multiplying binomials that are the difference of two squares as well as ones that are perfect squares.
I have not used this unit as a blended unit yet. I taught it in the traditional way and it went well but my hope is that the blended format will enhance the lessons to help the students visualize and reinforce what they are learning.