Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Time to Review

I'm having fun looking up all these crazy facts to use for my review sheets. It gives the kids maybe a wee bit more motivation to actually review. I'm also trying something new. For each question, I've referred them back to a helpful page in the book. Maybe that will cure the, "I didn't know how to do it" syndrome, and the "oh! I didn't THINK to look in my notes" malady.

Okay, first stop: review of lines and slopes. Also, does ANYONE know how to stop there from being a 2nd page in a word document if you create a table at the bottom of the page. My version seems to want to start a new page, and I can't get rid of it. I remember I fixed it in the past, and I know I can browse and probably find the answer myself, but ....

8 comments:

  1. This is awesome!

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  2. Thank you .... and if you're using "Holt", then the page #s refer to them.

    Ms. Cookie (who should be writing a geometry final)

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  3. Go down until the cursor is on the line underneath the table, then change the font size to something really, really small. It should work.

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  5. Mr. D .... you're a genius. It worked, and thank you.

    Ms. Cookie

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  6. Copy paste it all into Excel, where table formating and layout is much much easier.

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  7. I just shrink my bottom margin to a half inch or less and it leaves enough room below the table that stops there from being a second page.

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  8. You got so many points here, that's why i love reading your blog. Thank you so much!

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