Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Practice Structures: Error Analysis Revisited
Last summer I wrote about using error analysis as one of my favorite ways to practice math skills. Since then I've found a few more resources and created a few more that I'd like to share. In general, error analysis activities involve purposefully making common mistakes, then having students try to find them. Here is a link to the original post if you'd like to see it. In that post I shared an example for the segment addition postulate and midpoint as well as a second example for multiplying polynomials.
Here are some other examples that I found. I did not create these.
Grade 2: Adding and Subtracting up to 3 digits.
Grade 8: Solve Linear Equations.
Algebra 1: Graphing Linear Inequalities in two Variables