Summative #3 Review
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by Felix Gabathuler
| 23 Questions
Today you're going to start reviewing for your 3rd Summative! This summative will cover order of operations, combining like terms, distribution, and modeling real world situations using expressions. You've put in a lot of work so far which you should be proud of! Now it's time to bring it all together! Complete the following questions before becoming a teacher yourself! You will see what I mean...
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When you're done, I want you to think about which of the following topics you most enjoy or think most important:

Combining Like Terms with Distribution
Simplifying Expressions
Order of Operations
Modeling Real World Scenarios using Expressions

It is now your turn to put on your teaching hat. I'd like you to create a 2-5 minute YouTube video in which you explain one of the above concepts to me as if I had never seen it before. Pretend like you're the guy from Khan Academy! Use all your editing skills to make the video as short and concise as possible. Here is what you will be graded on:

1. Video must be at least two minutes long, no longer than 5 minutes.
2. Must explicitly explain a concept, including all vocab words associated with it. Pretend like I'm a five year old and I've never seen this before.
3. Must use an example with explanation. For example, if you're explaining order of operations, you need to show me an order of operations problem with you explaining how to evaluate it.
4. Only two students can work on 1 video.
6. The more creative you are the better! Have fun with it! Example, you can write on glass or a whiteboard and film it. You can film yourself explaining things. You can add music! Go crazy!!

Here are some examples of math tutorial videos
Tips to getting started:
1. Choose a partner
2. Pick one of the topics to present
3. Write down all the key vocab words needed to explain that topic and how to define/explain them
4. Think of a question or math problem that you can use to help demonstrate how to solve that problem
5. Plan our how to make your video
6. Record the videos you will need
7. Edit the video, adding music, voiceover, or text
8. Watch the video to make sure it makes sense and is between 2-5 minutes long