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This Algebra 1 spiral review resource can easily be used as spiral math HOMEWORK, spiral math WARM UPS, or a DAILY MATH REVIEW! This spiral math review was designed to keep math concepts fresh all year and to simplify your homework or warm up routines. All pages are 100% EDITABLE an

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BOOM! POW! WHAMO! If those words remind you of your 7th Period Class, I... think you need to find someone that can help you. If your kids dig comics and comic-book movies. This might be perfect for them!
Turn your Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus classroom into Superhero City while teaching the useful sk

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n American culture people have an affinity for launching birds, pheasants and other sorts of fowl at oblivious targets with a sling shot. Where does this fascination come from? Nobody knows. Nonetheless, it makes for an interesting quadratic function application. Are you ready to help out costumed P

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Enter middle earth and the Manga world for a journey into functions. Turn those doodles on your math worksheet into an actual activity! Like the variety of races and species in fantasy fiction, functions have families too! In this project, students will choose a team of fantasy functions that will i

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up geometry! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with practice. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hopefu

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In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The material includes vertical and horizontal transfor

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In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The material includes vertical and horizontal transfor

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This is my students’ favorite game of the school year! Directions are included in the game. There are 10 rounds which takes two class periods to finish in my experience. Each round covers a different common core math standard to prepare for

At times, I was frustrated teaching more challenging content when it was obvious many in the class needed extra help on easier stuff. I developed this idea of a Boot Camp to reinforce those skills, but allowing others to accelerate on their own!
Students will take a Pre-Assessment and will be assig

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At times, I was frustrated teaching more challenging content when it was obvious many in the class needed extra help on easier stuff. I developed this idea of a Boot Camp to reinforce those skills, but allowing others to accelerate on their own!
Students will take a Pre-Assessment and will be assig

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This is the sixth lesson in an eight-lesson unit on Functions and Graphs for students enrolled in Pre-Calculus Honors.
Students will be able to:
★ Perform operations on functions
★ Find a composition of one function with another function
★ Use combinations of functions to model an

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Algebra I - Determine the Equation of a Line
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson plan includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint, and SMART Notebook)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
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Algebra I - Linear Functions (Graphing) Worksheet Bundle
Great worksheets for Substitute Plans!
Answer Keys Included
This bundle includes the following worksheets:

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This Algebra 1 spiral review resource can easily be used as spiral math HOMEWORK, spiral math WARM UPS, or a DAILY MATH REVIEW! This spiral math review was designed to keep math concepts fresh all year and to simplify your homework or warm up routines. All pages are 100% EDITABLE an

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Exponential and logarithmic functions are both thoroughly explored in this 14 lesson unit. The unit begins with a development of rational exponents. Exponential functions are then introduced and their equations are found from any two arbitrary points. Modeling with exponential functions, especially

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This foldable provides an organized set of practice problems for adding, subtracting, and multiplying linear functions. There are a total of 6 practice problems within the foldable.
This foldable is PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. Works great during whole group/ guided instruction, as a ce

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The case study is best completed in small groups. The case study is written as a lab that should guide the students through the process of recognizing arithmetic and geometric sequences, writing equations or functions using phrases, writing equations and/or functions from phrases. The study should

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This activity contains 6 stations (with an answer key). Each station gives a word problem then has the students write an expression for income, cost, and finally the profit in simplest terms. If you have a large class, you can make 2 copies of each station so that they are working in smaller group

Now that students have mastered graphing of individual points on the Cartesian Plane, they advance to graphing linear equations with two variables.
* With each line having an infinite set of points, students are asked to find three points to satisfy a given equation.
^ They learn what

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This document is 184 pages long and has over 300 questions that can be used as review for Common Core Algebra. This book is aligned with the current PARCC Statndards and the questions are modeled after questions that have been asked on previous Common Core Exams. Included in the file is an answer ke

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This is a great unit that covers a Polynomial Expressions and Factoring unit in an Algebra 1 course! 10 lessons are included!
All documents are EDITABLE!
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- Overview of the common core alignment
- Guided notes for 10 lessons
- PowerPoints that coordinate with the guided notes
- Mid-Unit

In this Board Session students will…
-add, subtract, multiply and divide real numbers and work with some percents.
-work with exponents and radicals.
-work with a "story problem" involving a right triangle.
-solve some quadratic equations.
-solve some more difficult linear equations and absolute val

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In this Board Session students will…
-add, subtract, multiply and divide real numbers and work with some percents.
-work with exponents and radicals.
-solve some quadratic equations.
-solve some more difficult linear equations and exponential equations.
-work with the laws for exponents.
-combine so

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This set of Board Sessions consists of an entire year's worth of material from a typical Algebra I class. The order may be a bit different from the order in which the buyer/user is used to . . . but that's the beauty of having all twenty sessions . . . you can use the problems in any order and when

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This 10 question quiz (plus a bonus question) consists of word problems that require students to create function rules, add and subtract polynomials, and solve equations.
Looking for other resources on this topic? Check out:

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The attached pages give you everything you need to get started on student data folders in your classroom. The pages can be inserted into the student data folder for students to be active participants in their learning and monitoring their growth through each standard.
The attached files are only fo

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This package includes all Case Studies for Common Core Algebra Functions and Common Core Math Practice Posters.
Currently includes Flipped Lessons, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Quizzes and more
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Patterns and Sequences - Business Decisions
Adding and Subtracting Functions - Business Marketing

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I use these guided notes in conjunction with the Mathematics Vision Project Secondary Math 1 curriculum, Getting Ready chapter 1 lesson 2. Topics this covers are: linear growth, rates of change, table of values, constructing a linear equation given a pattern, solving linear equations, graphing a lin

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Topics this covers are: linear growth, rates of change, table of values, and constructing a linear equation given a pattern, explicit and recursive linear expressions.
I use this poster template as a way to check for understanding after we have studied building explicit and recursive linear express

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This is the first (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: geometric and arithmetic sequences, geometric and arithmetic sequences in context, continuous and discreet relations, and finding the slope

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This is the second (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: identifying which situation has the bigger rate of change, determining the rate of change given a table of values, and graphing linear equa

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This is the third (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: geometric and arithmetic sequences, geometric and arithmetic sequences in context, comparing a linear and an exponential function (graphs) and

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This is the fourth (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: geometric and arithmetic sequences, comparing linear and exponential function (graphs and tables of values) and deciding which has the bigges

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This is the fifth (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: geometric and arithmetic sequences, writing explicit and recursive expressions for geometric and arithmetic sequences, comparing linear and ex

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This is the ninth (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: completing a table of values given a linear and exponential function, using the simple interest formula, using the compound interest formula,

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This is the seventh (in a series of 9) worksheet I created to teach the ideas between linear and exponential functions.
Topics covered in this worksheet are: using the simple interest formula, and solving multi-step one variable equations.

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This ExamView question bank contains 79 questions on using and finding exponential functions. Questions including using basic exponential functions (where the base is a whole number), finding exponential functions given a rate, and finding and using continuous functions. Other topics include compou

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See how interest can be modeled linearly or exponentially and discover the similarities between those functions and arithmetic and geometric sequences. Calculate mortgage payments and car payments and compare them to leasing. Argue, using mathematics, for the better deal.

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This file contains all of the CCSS for the "Function" conceptual category in grades 9-12. This PDF can be printed and cut out to post for daily lessons. They will fit a pocket chart or you can add magnets to the back and display them on a magnetic whiteboard. Tabulated sections will keep your strips

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20 Task cards for function operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division).

Not everything has to be a foldable! This is a great notebook "tape-in" graphic organizer to help your students during instruction involving function combinations and function composition. Each page contains 4 tape-in organizers.
Hit that follow icon to stay updated as new materials are released! I

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This power point has a surprise for you! That being said, I don't want to ruin the surprise for you, so, PLEASE, if you teach pre-algebra or algebra I, down-load it now in order to get the full benefit of what is here.
* Behind the sliding door of this classroom, you will find students ready

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Self-Contained Learning Handout for Students
Pages 1 and 2 of this documents are for printing a front-back student handout.
Page 3 is the key for the Practice portion.
Included in the printable student handout:
*Student learning objective starts the lesson right
*Basic notes for class di

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Today's lesson covers various ways to recognize a relation and determine whether a set of ordered pairs is a function or a relation. They learn multiple ways to represent a function, as well as multiple ways to identify the differences between functions and relations. They understand the terms "in

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In the following lesson, students learn to write a linear equation in Point-Slope form.
* They are presented with the general formula used with point slope form, and then practice writing equations in this form.
* Students next encounter a graphed line with a point and they figure out

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10 questions modeled after questions that have shown up on Regents Exams. The questions check the same skills, with different numbers being used. An answer key is included.

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Students will identify particular characteristics of rational functions and then choose one to graph.

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Algebra common core regent questions in Spanish ordered by topics with is respective standard attached to it.

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This work is based on the algebra Emath instruction, Engage NY curriculum, and it is aligned to the state Standards. It was witting for a year long 75 minutes period algebra class.It can also be used on a 45 minutes classes.
In Addition I used this algebra program In a bilingual math class of 45 st

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This foldable provides students with organized notes and examples for each of the following:
• Addition & Subtraction of Functions
• Multiplication & Division of Functions
• Composition of Functions
Works great for guided practice, as an independent or collaborative class work assignment,

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A comprehensive set of 8th Grade Math/Math 1 combo class vocabulary for a word wall. Each word has a picture or description.

Have you ever flipped a class, or thought about how to make one work? This is the place to start. I've spend the last three years flipping my Algebra 2 Trigonometry class, and am now compiling all the worksheets, projects, activities, quizzes and tests, in one place. Best of all, there are color-cod

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