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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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This arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences lesson bundle is designed for an Algebra 1 course aligned to Common Core or an Algebra 2 course. These investigations and cooperative learning activities connect sequences to functions while prompting students to write arithmetic and geometric sequen

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This 2-day lesson includes 6 pages of guided notes, a 1-page assignment, and a 2-page assignment.
This lesson works well in both pre-algebra and algebra classes. The goal for part 1 is to understand the process of simple and compound interest, so students wil

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This activity bundle is designed for an algebra student who is learning exponential functions for the very first time. The main topics in this bundle include an introduction to exponential functions,
characteristics of exponential functions, graphing exponential functions with transformations, appli

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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 contains 2 organizers for the same topic:
1) notes that can be stored in a notebook
2) interactive notebook foldable
The topics included are the following:
1-Define exponential function, exponential growth and decay, asymptote, growth and decay factors.
2-Graphing simple exponential

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Task-Based Learning gets students intrinsically motivated to learn math! No longer do you need to do a song and dance to get kids interested and excited about learning. The tasks included in this unit, followed by solidifying notes and practice activities, will guarantee that students understand t

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This is an opportunity to bring polynomial functions into the real world. Along using polynomial functions and developing regressions skills, students will engage in thoughtful city planning from the perspective of a member of the City Commission for Urban Planning.
In this 10 page document you wil

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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 49 mini-assessments for all the Algebra 1, Common Core standards;
Number Quantity: NQ.1-3 (3 assessments)
Creating Equations: CED.1-4 (4 assessments)
Reasoning

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Correlations and Causation should be abundantly clear when students examine data of the Health and Wealth of over 80 nations around the world. The world is everchanging and it is important for students to have a basic level of global awareness. In Health v. Wealth, students will use real world data

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It was an ordinary day. It was. Then came the screams, “Cooties! He gave me Cooties!!!” This was soon followed by “Cooties! She gave me Cooties!!!” Soon classes began to fall over (still breathing), but in an unconscious state. Bodies started turning blue and pink. A contagion was among them. The te

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Go into the wild with this pattern, function and proportion math project. Leverage your students interest in wildlife to engage them in mathematical problem solving. The problems are inspired by authentic wild life population estimates and conservation statuses.
In this project, you will receive f

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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 packet was designed to help implement interactive notebook activities in the Algebra 1 classroom. The following topics are presented in the scaffolded notes which can be added to math journals:
Square Numbers and Square Roots
Square and Square Root Review with Whole Numbers
Square and Square R

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Check out the PREVIEW for a sneak peek of this Toolbox Builder!
This functions foldable is designed as an extensive graphic organizer to compare linear functions and exponential functions!
This summary activity focuses on comparing the two types of functions in different representa

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Experts believe that in the next twenty years the internet will be as integrated into our life as electricity. Today, the internet holds more information than you could read in 1,000 lifetimes. Today, there are 644 million active websites and that number is growing each day. In the United States, we

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This graphic organizer can be used as a review guide before a test or it could also be used instead of notes; students actually prefer this type of note taking format.
The topics included in these notes are the following:
• Graphing a quadratic equation in standard and vertex form
• Finding the v

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This product contains two test reviews with answer keys. The first test review is meant to be done as a class with teacher guidance. It contains 21 problems that cover the entire exponential unit. The second test review is meant to be done independently and it has 30 problems. The exponential un

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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, par

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Students really like Scavenger Hunts! It allows them to get up and move around the classroom instead of just sitting in their seats.
This one is to review solving both exponential and Logarithmic equations. I use it after finishing Section 8.6 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 2 textbook.
It has

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This skittle activity has students conduct two experiments that show the differences in linear and exponential tables, graphs, and rules. Each person needs a mini bag of skittles (another option: buy a bulk bag and put about 40 skittles into ziplock bags or cups). Each partner follows the directi

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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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This lesson covers the concept of linear change versus exponential change. The handout and worksheet have problems that require students to analyze the type of change in a table, analyze the type of change based on a given scenario, and write now-next rules. The handout is meant to be given out to

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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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ASSESSING EVERY STANDARD - FUNCTIONS, Linear, Quadratic and Exponential Models
Have you tried to find quick assessments for Common Core algebra one?
So have I!
After giving up the search, I made my own. My goal is to have a quick resource to ASSESS EVERY STANDARD.
This packet of six quick asses

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This Algebra Common Core Unit Test will assess your students’ understanding of Exponents for Common Core Algebra 1.
The topics include:
Simplifying Expressions with Exponents
Zero and Negative Exponents
Exponential Functions
Zero/negative Exponents
Percent (increase and decrease)
Exponential Mode

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In the context of birthday present options, students explore linear and exponential functions--their rates of change, their graphs, and their values. The teachers who created and used this task used it as an introduction to the unit and before instruction over the topics.

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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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Topics include: Graphing Exponentials, Switching between exponential and logarithmic form, finding the inverse of logs and exponentials, properties of logarithms, solving for logarithms and exponentials, and compounded continuously interest.

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I break my students into pairs, have them cut out the squares and sort the expressions based on the headings Linear, Exponential and Quadratic. Then I have them glue their categories to a piece of colored paper. I choose the best looking ones and hang them on a bulletin board in my classroom.

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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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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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Exponential Functions: Guided INB Notes and Task Cards
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Interactive Notebook Foldable which is guided notes on exponential functions in a table, graph and equation.
12 Task Cards: tables, graphs, equations, coordinate points, word problems.
Student Task Card Record Sheet
Teacher Task

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A simple, thorough graphic organizer for students to fill out and use as a reference page. Compare equations, tables, graphs, and the domain/range of a linear and exponential function side by side.
After students have mastered linear functions and I’ve introduced exponential functions, I use this a

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This graphic organizer can be used as a review guide before a test or it could also be used instead of notes; students actually prefer this type of note taking format.
The topics included in these notes are the following:
Review of multiplication of binomials
Factoring a trinomial of the form y

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This activity allows students to discover properties of parabolas: directrix, focus, vertex, focal distance and standard form

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This print & play card game is great for extra practice recognizing functions. Game play is flexible and may only take about 10 minutes for a group of 2-3 students or it can take as long as 60 minutes for larger groups (6 or more) students.
To be successful during game play, students must recog

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In this activity students will fit models to both quadratic and polynomial data. Students will be asked to use model to make predictions as well as discuss the domain and range.

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I break my students into pairs, have them cut out the squares and sort the expressions based on the headings Linear and Exponential. Then I check their answers and then I have them glue their categories to a piece of colored paper. I choose the best looking ones and hang them on a bulletin board in

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Fundamental exponent laws are developed early in this 9 lesson unit and give rise to an exploration of basic exponential functions. Percent calculations are then used to develop increasing and decreasing exponential models. A comparison between linear and exponential models is extensively done. The

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Comparing Linear and Quadratic Functions
Do you want your students to look at patterns on models of tables of values to identify whether the function is linear or quadratic? In this exploration, your students will explore equations and tables and learn how

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At this point in any students' experience of learning to graph linear equations, they are beginning to notice that there are multiple variations available to them in order to graph a linear equation.
* They learn to graph a linear equation by finding the x and y intercepts.
* They lear

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Quadratic Functions Solving by Graphing Practice/Review
My Graphing Quadratic Equations Practice product has a total of 50 equations and a blank graph next to each quadratic equation with no prep required by you! These quadratic equations are perfect for g

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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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Quadratic Equations Solving by Factoring Practice/Review
My Quadratic Equations Solving by Factoring Practice/Review product has a total of 50 quadratic equations with no prep required by you! These quadratic equations are perfect for giving your students

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Solving Quadratic Functions Solving using the Quadratic Formula Practice/Review
My Quadratic Functions Solving using the Quadratic Formula Practice/Review product has a total of 50 quadratic equations with no prep required by you! These quadratic equations

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Quadratic Equations Solving by Completing the Square Practice/Review
My Quadratic Equations Solving by Completing the Square Practice/Review product has a total of 50 quadratic equations with no prep required by you! These quadratic equations are perfect f

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Quadratic Equations Solving by Taking Square Roots Practice/Review
My Quadratic Equations Solving by Taking Square Roots Practice/Review product has a total of 50 quadratic equations with no prep required by you! These quadratic equations are perfect for g

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Algebra 1 Quiz Show Game Graphing and Translating Quadratic Functions in a PowerPoint Presentation
This Quiz Show game, Jeopardy Style, is a great way to review a chapter. There are 25 questions and a scoreboard so you don’t have to write the score on a side board. Each page has the point value!

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Linear and Exponential Functions Math Project: Which Salary Would You Choose?
Are you looking for a way for you students to show you they can model linear and exponential functions with a real world application? My product, Linear and Exponential Functions

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It's inevitable. One day Zombies will take over Earth. If you are not preparing your students, you are being irresponsible. If you want to turn your "dead" exponential and logarithm unit into an "undead" one, this might work for you.
Turn your Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus into a forum for United Nati

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