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Portfolio 1. Select five (5) problems from each chapter covered by this course (20 problems total) and work these problems using the math utilities in your word processor as a potential handout to your students. You should show the steps to answer the problem as if you would explain the problem to your students. Select your problems from the assessment section of the textbook or from MML. Add these handouts to your portfolio. 2. Select four (4) activities from each chapter covered by this course (16 activities total) and work them separately using the (math) utilities in your word processor as a potential handout to your students. You should answer all questions as an answer key. Select the activities from the Activities Manuals in the Activity Manuals Section of the LMS. Add these handouts to your portfolio. 3. Write an academic expository essay of at least three (3) pages (double-spaced, 12 point-type face) with a text processor and in standard research format about the “Father of Geometry,” Euclid of Alexandria, and his work “Elements”.

Portfolio 1. Select five (5) problems from each chapter covered by this course (20 problems total) and work these problems using the math utilities in your word processor as a potential handout to your students. You should show the steps to answer the problem as if you would explain the problem to your students. Select your problems from the assessment section of the textbook or from MML. Add these handouts to your portfolio. 2. Select four (4) activities from each chapter covered by this course (16 activities total) and work them separately using the (math) utilities in your word processor as a potential handout to your students. You should answer all questions as an answer key. Select the activities from the Activities Manuals in the Activity Manuals Section of the LMS. Add these handouts to your portfolio. 3. Write an academic expository essay of at least three (3) pages (double-spaced, 12 point-type face) with a text processor and in standard research format about the “Father of Geometry,” Euclid of Alexandria, and his work “Elements”.

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