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Derek Follett
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Get all of my cut-out activities for one low bargain price! These activities range from topics in algebra and geometry including: 1.) Angle Rel...
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This is a full sheet of diamond problems. Diamond problems help students learn simple factoring of quadratic trinomials by making it seem more la...
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The assignment is to cut out cards and group them together so that each solid figure is with its name, volume formula, and an example problem. Th...
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This worksheet is a set of eight transformation problems. Each problem has a figure plotted on a graph that students must perform a transformatio...
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Six linear functions with six associated tables. The first problem demonstrates how the values of x are "plugged in" to the equation to get the v...
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This sheet scaffolds students through a four step process for finding missing side lengths in right triangles using trigonometry.
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The assignment guides students through the steps required to find the area of a composite shape. It includes an instruction sheet that requires s...
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This two page sheet will guide students through thinking about positive and negative correlation, creating a short correlation survey to perform ...
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Six Cartesian graphs with a range of -7 to 7. Each coordinate grid has an associated xy-table and a place to write the equation to help students ...
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Plot the coordinates and connect as you go to reveal the "mystery picture" (psst, it's a fruit bowl). Great for students who keep asking "which o...
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nathhowe
Okay, I get it now...I'll be happy to rate it 4 stars, just let me know when you update the directions and I'll rate it for you.
January 17, 2013

nathhowe re: Math: Scatterplot creation activity (statistics, correlation)
Hey, I purchased this activity...looked great. Only problem is that after doing this activity with my students, I realized that this is not a scatter plot activity. Instead its a line-graph activity. Scatter plots compare trends in data and shows correlation. You cannot analyze a correlation of a question. If I am mistaken, please correct me.
January 16, 2013
Derek Follett  (TpT Seller)
Thank you for buying my assignment, sorry it didn't work out for you.

The instructions on how to create the graph could be more clear. On the x-axis students should put question #1 and on the y-axis question #2. Each student surveyed is then plotted as a point represented by the ordered pair (answer #1, answer #2). For example if I ask Lisa "How much do you love math class on a scale from 1-10?" and "How much do you love english class on a scale from 1-10?" and her answers are 9 and 8 respectively, I would plot a point for Lisa on my graph at (9,8) and so forth for the rest of the class that I surveyed.

Hope that helps. I'll try to find some time soon to revise the assignment instructions and attach an example as well.
January 16, 2013
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I'm a 4th year high school math teacher.

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I emphasize math literacy and engaged learning through hands-on activities and technology.

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