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Key: Bloom / Gardner Grid: activities for different MIs along the Blooms continuum.

Color Code: Blooms taxonomy terms in green, technology terms in red, and MIs in purple.
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Gardner
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Verbal/
Linguistic

Students will
narrate the
vocabulary of
matrices. The
students will use
VoiceThread to
tell and record
each definition.
Students will
summarize how to
do matrix
operations and write
their paragraphs in a
shared Google Doc.
Using
Educreations
students will
record a short
video explaining
how to find the
inverse of a
matrix.
Students will read
through the text to
discover how to
find the inverse of
matrix. Using the
Poplet App they
will categorize the
information
showing the
relationships
between the
inverse and
original matrix.
Using Edmodo
students will have a
threaded discussion
where they discuss
how determinants
can be used. They
will compare their
peers ideas and
respond to at least 3
different posts.
Students will
produce a Radio
Show using
iMovie where
they will report
on all of their
findings
concerning
matrices.



Interpersonal


Students will
collaborate with
their group to
recall the
definitions of a
matrix and then
make a Google
Presentation with a
slide for each key
term.
Students will
demonstrate an
example of finding
the determinant of
an inverse using
Skitch and then
share their projects
with each other
through DropBox.
Students will lead
a group of students
in creating a
Flipbook using the
Animation Lite
App showing the
steps of solving a
system of
equations with a
Matrix.
Students will
calculate the
inverse of a matrix
and write their
answers in
Notability and add
a voice over to
their work. They
will then share
their work on
Edmodo.
Using Edmodo
students will
appraise each others
inverse solutions
and collaborate
through threaded
discussion to
correct each others
errors.
Students will
role-play and
direct a Radio
Show using
iMovie
explaining their
findings on
matrices.




Bodily-
Kinesthetic

Students will
construct trading
cards for each
vocabulary term
surrounding
matrices and
memorize each
term.


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Students will
research videos on
Khan Academy on
how to find the
determinant of a
matrix. They will
assemble their
findings and links in
a Microsoft Word
Document.
Students will
make a flipbook
using the
Animation Lite
App where they
will use their
knowledge about
matrices to solve a
linear equations
problem.
Students will
compile their
Flipbooks and
Video findings in
a Google Plus
Community group.
They will
comment on each
others work and
then draw
conclusions about
the best solving
methods.
Using Notability
students will select
an inverse matrix
problem and imitate
a teacher lecture
using the notes and
voice feature of
Notability.
Students will
create an iMovie
where they will
perform a short
skit on matrices
with the setting
of a high school
classroom.







Intrapersonal

Students will list
out their
vocabulary words
using a Flashcard
App. They will
express each
vocabulary word
using both a visual
picture and a
written
explanation.
Students will give
examples of finding
determinants and
rationalize their
reasons for each
step of the process.
They will then
report their
examples by
making a blog on
Blogger.
Students will visit
each other blogs
on Blogger and
collect multiple
examples of how
to find a
determinant and
assess the steps
taken and the
conclusion
reached.
Students will
analyze and advise
their peers on a
Google Plus
Community group
on their solutions
posted in their
blogs.
Students will be
given a Google Doc
with a completed
test and they will
find errors and
support their
corrections by
showing the proper
steps and
conclusion.
Students will
assemble a
tutoring brochure
using Microsoft
Word to advise
their fellow
students on how
to solve and use
matrices and
determinants.

Naturalist
Students will
classify their
vocabulary terms
into categories and
copy them into a
Microsoft Word
Document.
Students will
paraphrase how to
find the
determinant, inverse
and solve a matrix
and then file their
different notes into
separate folders in
Google Drive.
Students will show
how to solve
matrix problems
and show the
sequence of steps
by making a
Timeline.

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Students will
explain the order
of how to find the
inverse of a matrix
and record the
steps using
VoiceThread.
Using Khan
Academy and
Google Docs
students will
critique and
compare different
videos on solving
matrices.
Students will
make a Cube
Creator and
include detail for
each different
topic they have
learned related to
matrices.

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Visual-
Spatial
Students will draw
a picture of their
vocabulary words
and then use
iPhoto and
Flashcard App to
create photo
flashcards to
match together.
Students will give
examples of finding
the determinant of a
matrix and draw
their problems on a
virtual poster using
Skitch.
Using Notability
students will
compute multi-
step systems of
linear equations
using matrices and
color code each
step of the
process.
Students will
outline the
information
surrounding
inverses and
design a Poplet
showing how the
ideas are
connected.
Students will then
grade each others
Poplets using
Google Docs and
observe the
different structures
used to organize the
information.
Students will
prepare a Prezi
illustrating all of
the key
information and
examples they
have learned
throughout the
unit.


Musical
Rhythmic
Students will make
a chant of their
vocabulary words
and record them
using
VoiceThread.
Using YouTube
students will listen
to different videos
about finding
determinants and
summarize their
findings in their
notes.
Students will use
AudioBoo to
mimic what they
saw on YouTube
and illustrate how
to find the
determinant of a
matrix.
Students will use
Poplet to create an
order and pattern
of the different
ways in which
inverses and
determinants are
connected.
Students will then
participate in a
Google Hangout in
groups where they
will hear other
students findings
and summarize
them in a
collaborative
Google Doc.
Students will
compile all of
their work from
matrices and
compose a song
using Garage
Band teaching
the material to
their classmates.

Logical
Mathematical
Students will
simplify the
vocabulary from
the chapter by
listing out each
term and its
definition in a
Numbers
spreadsheet.
Students will
answer questions
about solving
determinants by
researching videos
on Khan Academy.
Students will
demonstrate how
to solve matrices
and systems of
equations using
Notability.
Using
Educreations
students will
record a short
video where they
break down the
steps of finding
the inverse of a
matrix and prove
that an inverse
does exist.
Students will
scrutinize each
others Educreation
Videos and make
recommendations to
their peers through
an Edmodo
threaded discussion.
Students will
create a
Newspaper using
Printing Press
where they
analyze the use
of matrices in the
world around
them and report
on key
applications and
procedures
learned in the
matrices unit.

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