- Author:
- Nathan Rutko
- Subject:
- Algebra, Math 1
- Material Type:
- Assessment, Homework/Assignment
- Level:
- High School
- Tags:

- License:
- Creative Commons Attribution
- Language:
- English

# Education Standards

# Polyunomial project

# Polynomials Project

## Overview

This is designed to be used as an assessment at the end of a unit on Polynomials. Studets are given requirements for the project but have the choice of using PowerPoint, Google Slides, Flipgrid, etc to represent their work.

This was originally designed by Reed Bowman, Autumn Patterson, and Kori Elliott

# This project is a summary activity of student content knowledge on Polynomials. Students will complete the project over the course of 5 consecutive classes.

This is a polynomails project designed for the end of the Unit. Students are given requirements but have the freedom to use flipgrid, PowerPoint, Google Slides , etc.

# Part 1 - Definitions and key terms

Studebnts will define and provide examples of Six terms reviewed during the unit:

Monomial

Binomial

Trinomial

Polynomial

Greatest Common Factor

Quadratic Trinomial

Standard form

# Part 2 - Methods

Studnets will explain and identify each of the following methods for solving problems involving polynomials

FOIL Method

Box Method

Factoring Method

# Part 3 - Multiplication of polynomials

Students will provide an example of and solution for each type of problem

# Part 4 - Factoring of polynomials

Students will provide an example of and solution for each type of problem

# Part 5 - Special types of problems

Students will provide an example of and solution for each

# Part 6 - Rubric

________out of 4: Creativity/Organization

________out of 4: Legibility, presentation of work

________out of 7: Part 1, explaining terms and examples (1/2 point each)

________out of 6: Part 2, explaining processes (1 points each)

________out of 10: Part 3, examples of each type of problem and correct solution (1 point each)

________out of 10: Part 4, explaining terms and examples (1 point each)

________out of 4: Part 5, explaining processes (1 points each)

________ out of 45 points total