For the first week of my Calculus I course I am doing a lot of review. I know, I know, some of you might yell "But they're in college, you shouldn't have to review." Let's get into that in another post, for now, let's talk what I want them to know before we talk about continuity. I want them to be able to show conditions are satisfied for a definition or theorem. How do we do that? Below are a few ideas, but I would love to hear your thoughts. Share them below!
- Using plane figures and classification of parallelograms to show whether certain conditions hold or not.
- Giving a variety of pictures where some are classified as a 'thing' and others are not classified as a 'thing' and asking them to create definitions.
- Something to do with the law and fulfilling certain contractual obligations.