Radical Equations Worksheet 2
The purpose of this worksheet is to help you organize your thinking as you reflect on the assignment and prepare for class discussion. Address each of the items below and submit your worksheet electronically to the instructor prior to the class period the assignment is due. Bring a paper copy with you to class.
Assignment: Read Part 2 of Radical Equations: Civil Rights from Mississippi to the Algebra Project
Each student will create his/her own worksheet for Part 2 of Radical Equations. Your worksheet should meet the following objectives:
• Develop a minimum of two items for each chapter in Part 2 that you would want to share with the class.
• Write a response that you think adequately addresses the items you have written.
The most effective worksheets will be comprised of:
• open-ended items for which there may be no correct answer but which stimulates thoughtful dialogue.
• Items that incorporate and integrate other elements of the course and connect them to the reading.
The teaching of the algebra in this time period, what classes in this time period express this today? It comes a more liberal experience.
Pg 111- Talks about do you understand change. And do you agree with that statement? Yes, as a leader you must be able to adapt to change.
How do you feel about the quote Robert Moses states on page 92, “If we can do it, then we should.”? This quote really make me think because I feel it is easier said than done. Yes, I agree we should all go out and do it if we can. Sometimes though I don’t know if we can do it we should, because most of us could do many things that maybe we aren’t passionate about. I feel just being able to do something isn’t as important as wanting to do it, being passionate about doing it. When it comes to leading it takes more than just skill. It takes the drive and motivation to lead the group.
“Part of understanding the