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Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length previe

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Have you tried to find quick assessments for ALGEBRA 1?
So have I! After giving up the search, I made my own.
This MEGA BUNDLE provides 48 mini-assessments for all the Algebra 1, Common Core standards;
Number Quantity: NQ.1-3 (3 assessments)
Creating Equations: CED.1-4 (4 assessments)
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These reference posters cover trinomial factoring where A=1. They are for students just learning how to factor, students having trouble factoring or Special Education Algebra and Algebra 2 students. I post these for my self-contained Special Education Algebra 2 students.
There are 2 process posters

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This is a scavenger hunt to review all the properties of exponents. It includes negative and zero exponents, and has 20 problems.
Student love scavenger hunts to review!
This also includes instructions, a worksheet for students to use to record their problems, and a bonus homework worksheet as

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Students have a chance to be creative and do math at the same time!
This is one activity that students really enjoy. GREAT engagement even from reluctant students.
Students create an imaginary creature then chart its population growth in the first activity and the decline in the second activity. Can

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A project that combines the concepts of continuity and differentiation and applies it to a real world situation. The students must first use both continuity and differentiation to solve for multiple coefficients. They then use the coefficients they have solved for and their knowledge of derivatives

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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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This product covers the domains of Algebra, Functions, Numbers and Quantity, and Probability and Statistics, and includes:
- Task Cards by standard (306 total questions)
- Answer Keys by standard
- Student answer sheets
Each standard adopted by Louisiana for Algebra 1 is covered, however cards c

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Spot the mistake!
Eight quadratic and polynomial problems have been solved, but errors have been made. Students must spot the error, and then complete the problem correctly.
Problems include factoring, the quadratic formula, completing the square, graphing, finding the vertex, parent function of q

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This is an Algebra worksheet over finding equations of parallel lines.
Some problems require students to find the equation of a line from a graph and others require students to use their algebra skills to change an equation from non-standard form into slope-intercept form. They then find a paral

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The homework sheets in this bundle get students thinking critically while reflecting on student work that is shown on the sheets (find errors, justify steps taken, explain work given banks of terms to use) and on their own work (giving themselves tips to remember, stating questions they'd expect to

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This activity is perfect for beginners in factoring. The expressions all have a value of a = 1 to simplify the factoring process.
In this activity students are given a quadratic equation. They factor the trinomial using algebra tiles and draw the model on the chart. They also put the results i

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Students love having a scavenger hunt to review!
This is a scavenger hunt used to review writing the equations of lines given the slope and y-intercept; given the slope and a point contained in the line; given two points on the line; and parallel/perpendicular to a given line and containing a given

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This document is 184 pages long and has over 300 questions that can be used as review for the New York State Algebra Regents Exam. The questions are modeled after questions that have been asked on previous Common Core Regents Exams. Included in the file is an answer key, with detailed solutions to t

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Interpreting FUNCTIONS
ASSESS EVERY STANDARD
Have you tried to find quick assessments for Common Core Algebra?
So have I!
After giving up the search, I made my own.
The result is this packet of ten formative assessments that cover the following standards; F.IFInt1, F.IF1, F.IF2, F.IF3, F.IF4,

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This Algebra Common Core Unit Test will assess your students’ understanding of Quadratic Functions
for Common Core Algebra 1.
Included topics:
Quadratic Functions
Parabolas
Shifting and Stretching Quadratic Graphs
Completing the Square
Finding Zeros
Using the Zero Product Law
Quadratic Applicati

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Factoring Polynomials Using Synthetic Division Guided Notes
These guided notes show students how to use synthetic division and possible rational zeros to find the complete factorization of a polynomial. There are seven pages of notes, three where the teacher shows some examples, and four with addit

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This foldable organizes 6 examples on graphing exponential functions, broken down as follows"
• Parent Function (using y = 2^x)
• Reflection
• Stretch
• Compression
• Horizontal & Vertical Translation
• All Transformations Combined
Works great for guided practice, as an independent or collabo

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This document includes both pre and post assessments (different problems but similar techniques to solve) for all the Algebra I mathematics standards. The standards F.IF.4,5,6 and F.IF.7 and 8 are not included in this packet as the lessons needed for these standards are covered elsewhere; therefore

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Six stations provide practice in finding factors and roots of quadratic equations both a = 1 and a > 1. The stations require critical thinking, and involve working from factors, from roots, and from equations. The stations make a good review activity for solving quadratic equations by factoring

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These hands on activities may be done individually, whole class, or within cooperative groups. Encourage students to use The Mathematical Practices to look for patterns, make generalizations, make connections, make sense of algebra and persevere in finding solutions, and share results through ri

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This is a differentiated cut-and-paste activity where students match linear equations, verbal equations, tables, and graphs. There are three different worksheets to choose from in order to better match student abilities. Two multi-part free response questions are also included and could be used as

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This bundle has 4 activities that provide practice or formative assessment for using three forms of the quadratic equation – the factored form, the vertex form, and the general form.
In each of these activities students are analyzing, interpreting, and justifying characteristics of parabolas.

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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 for all

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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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Students will match each vertex form of the quadratic equation to the vertex. Versatiles allow for differentiation in the classroom.

This product covers the domain of Functions for Algebra 1 of teh CCSS. Included are:
- Task Cards by standard (99 total questions)
- Answer Keys by standard
- Student answer sheets
Each standard adopted by Louisiana for Algebra 1 in the Functions domain is covered, however cards can easily be used

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Students discover how to write an equation of a line from two points or a point and the slope, as well as discover what information is found by looking at different forms (standard, slope-intercept) of linear equations.
This resource uses the context of two students visiting an amusement part to ex

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Algebra that Functions
Linear Functions Practice Slope-Formula, Point-slope form, Slope-intercept form
Do your students need practice using the slope formula, point-slope form, and slope-intercept form? My Linear Functions Practice Slope-Formula, Point-slope form, Slope-intercept form product prov

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Factoring Trinomials and Multiplying Binomials Puzzle
This puzzle can be used as practice for factoring trinomials (all of these have a leading coefficient of 1) or as practice for multiplying binomials.
Students pick an expression on any puzzle piece. Students will find the piece with the equivale

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Algebra that Functions
Writing the Slope-intercept form of the Equation from Graphs Practice/Review
My product Writing the Slope-intercept form of the Equation from Graphs Practice/Review has 50 problems with no prep required by you! These problems are perfect for giving your students the practi

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This is a matching activity. The students are given 6 of each of the following: table of values, absolute value functions, piecewise functions and graphs. They have to make 6 matching sets (table of values, absolute value function, piecewise function and a graph). Answer key is included.

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A real-world Common Core task that explores exponential functions by using Newton's Law of Cooling. Students must also use natural logarithms to solve problems.

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This is aligned to F.IF.8 and will allow students to practice re-writing linear equations into standard, slope-intercept, and point slope forms. This could be an assessment, guided practice, or homework activity.

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I designed this lesson (the 1st of 10) as part of a unit that introduces arithmetic and geometric sequences. This lesson can be purchased as a complete bundled unit at a discounted price under the listing Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Complete Bundled Unit.
This unit includes evaluating a lin

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I designed these lessons to teach my students about geometric figures (the 9th in a series of 9). This lesson can be purchased as a complete bundled unit at a discounted price under the listing Features of Functions Complete Bundled Unit.
This lesson focuses on: given a function and a graph--calcul

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A teacher led investigation using desmos.com on what the values of a, h, and k do to a parabola. (If your students have access to desmos in your classroom, this can be entirely student led). It goes through step by step having the student note what happens to the graph as each of the variables cha

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This worksheet allows students to solve exponential equations by changing the bases of the exponentials so that they match. It also has them solve exponential equations by turning the equation into a system that can bee graphed to solve.

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Not everything has to be a foldable! This is a great notebook "tape-in" graphic organizer to help your students during instruction involving quadratic functions in standard form. Each page contains 6 tape-in organizers.

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A highly engaging activity! Includes 36 different worksheets that combine to create a large mosaic! Each worksheet represents a small section of the big picture! The end result will look spectacular hanging up in your classroom :)
CHECK OUT THE PRODUCT PREVIEW to see the range of problem types a

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This is a complete unit on Exponents. It has 5 Powerpoint lessons. Each can be edited to meet the needs of your specific classes. Each lesson also contains a video that explains the topic. That makes them perfect for new teachers, home teachers, or on days when you can't be in the classroom. (I

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This activity allows students be creative while demonstrating their knowledge of exponential functions. Students model an exponential scenario with a written description, picture, table of values, graph and equation. Can be used as a formative assessment, individual student project or in collabora

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The BIG Question: In what ways are different forms of the quadratic equation useful?
Card Sorts are excellent activities. They offer flexibility! A card sort can be used at several different levels. It can be used as a discovery activity, a pre-test, and a post-test. The sort can be used as both a

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Graphic Organizers help students to see the relationships in information. This graphic organizer is a comparison matrix. According to Marzano’s research, making comparisons is a highly effective strategy.
In this organizer, students are analyzing the forms of the quadratic function for similariti

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Comparison activities increase the potential for student achievement and incorporate critical thinking. In this activity students are finding four key characteristics of parabolas from three different equations. Each equation is written in a different format, factored form, vertex form, and genera

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Write a function defined by an expression in different but equivalent forms to reveal and explain different properties of the function.
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Use the process of factoring and completing the square in a quadratic function to show zeros, extreme v

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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 lesson is part of my Quadratic Functions Unit
This lesson includes 2 pages of guided notes and a 2 page assignment.
Students learn about factored form and zeros in the order below. They will:
- Learn how to write a quadratic function when given its zeros
- Practice writing quadratic functi

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Students have found that quadratic and cubic functions can be conquered using this engaging multi-representational approach. They not only can work with non-linear functions, they understand them and enjoy them! Great for an upper middle school or gifted class or a high school algebra program. Inclu

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The Launch Code
"Tensions between the United States and The Russian Federation have reached a boiling point. The CIA has uncovered a Russian secret agent. This Russian agent operating under the pseudonym of Mr. Berelli is concealing a ballistic nuclear missile on his farm. We are afraid Mr. Bere

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Students factor out GCF's, basic trinomial problems, difference of squares, and trinomials where a is not 1. They use their answers to find out the secret cryptogram message. This activity is an escape from the bland everyday worksheet.
For more activities for the following subjects just click on

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Students will complete 10 stations that require them to write equations in slope intercept, point slope, and standard form from two points, a point and the slope, or a different form of an equation!

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