I've written about how much I love Steven Strogatz's book The Joy of x and how I have a class set of his marvelous book and how I've used anticipation guides to get my students to read and debate selected chapters from this book.
So, I won't do that again. But here's another anticipation guide for the first part of his chapter "It Slices, It Dices" [aka an introduction to the integral].
If you don't have his book handy, you can read the chapter in the New York Times Opinion Pages here.
Do you have anticipation guides for all of the chapters? I would LOVE to do this in my classes next year!ReplyDelete
Sadly, no. :( Just the ones I've posted (this one, "Change we can believe in," and the differential equations/Romeo and Juliet one).Delete
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