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BUNDLED for 40% savings!Three unique small-group activities encourage students to analyze parent functions and their reflections, horizontal shifts, and vertical shifts.Each activity requires students to match "personality clues" to a variety of equations. All three activities include answer keys a

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Graphing Calculator MatchingMania consists of 12 functions. Students work together using a graphing calculator to find the zeroes, minimums and/or maximums and the points of intesection of two functions. This is a great calculator review activity or learning activity to begin the school year with

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This file contains a set of 16 cards with linear equations in standard form, 16 cards in slope-intercept form, and 16 cards with graphs. Each card in standard form matches to one card in slope-intercept form and another card with a graph.The teacher can give use each individual set as task cards or

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Fun and creative small group activity requires students to think critically about the characteristics of parent functions.
Students match 33 “personality” clues to the equations of six parent functions.
Includes answer key and a whole-class follow-up with full page large graphs--great as wall

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Unique small group activity requires students to think critically about reflections, horizontal shifts, and vertical shifts.Students match 45 “personality” clues to ten equations.Ten additional advanced clues, answer key, and a whole class follow-up with large graphs included.**Click the PREVIEW to

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Unique small-group activity with two parts requires students to analyze the reflections and shifts of a square root function.
Students match a total of 63 “personality” clues to ten square root equations.
Answer key and whole class follow-up with large graphs included.
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This is a fun, higher math activity involving basic function identification. Students are given the graph of a function. They match it to the appropriate name of the function and the general equation for the function.
This activity is also available in the Advanced Math MatchingMania Book, which i

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This is one of my favorite activities to do in the trigonometry unit. After students learn about the unit circle, including positive and negative angles in radian form and graphing sine & cosine waves, this activity creates the perfect transition to graphing secant and cosecant functions. The

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This is a group project designed for 4 students. In this project, students work independently to determine certain information about their own angry bird and his plan. Topics covered include: Optimization, Dimensional Analysis, Quadratics, Projectile Motion, and more. Then the group comes togethe

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This is a great way to make note taking fun! It also differentiated the speed of note taking and allows students to grasp the concept at their own pace while scaffolding their learning experience. Suggestions of use: Use as centers- have the students travel around to take notes. This worked great

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This 2-3 day math project gets students thinking about polynomials in the real world. Students design a box from a sheet of paper with the purpose of maximizing the volume and then display the entire mathematical process on a poster. Students add graphs, a model of the box and explain the entire m

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This packet includes three complete labs to practice the experimentation step of the scientific method. Students will test to see if string length, drop height, or mass affect the time of one swing of a pendulum. All you need is a stopwatch, some string, and few objects to hang.
(Note: Only stri

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This is one in my series of lessons using the graphing calculator for Algebra Classes. This one is for any Algebra level. Students use the graphing calculator to graph and explore direct and inverse variations and their relationship to each other. Joint variation is included. This is a great way t

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This is one in my series of using the graphing calculator for Algebra Classes. This one is for any Algebra levee. Students use the graphing calculator to graph the two sides of the equation, copy the graphs, and use the trace tool to help them find the solution to the equation. This is a great way t

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This is one in my series of using the graphing calculator for Algebra Classes. This one is for Algebra II or Intermediate Algebra. Students use the graphing calculator to graph functions, copy the graphs, and use the trace tool to help them find the roots of the equation. They then write the fact

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This is one in my series of lessons using the graphing calculator for Algebra Classes. This one is for any Algebra level. Students use the graphing calculator to graph and explore the solutions to absolute value equations. This is a great way to show the students a visual representation of the equat

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This is one in my series of lessons using the graphing calculator for Algebra Classes. This one is for any Algebra level or PreCalculus. Students should have completed the worksheets on solving equations prior to doing this lesson. Students use the graphing calculator to graph both sides of the ine

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Easy to read graphic organizer. Guides students to find the vertical, horizontal and slant asymptotes of a rational equations. Appropriate for Algebra II and College Algebra.

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With Graphing Inequalities Human Graphs, you’ll receive problems for inequalities, compound inequalities, and absolute value inequalities where students will create a graph with their bodies. Graphs can be created with the entire class or small groups. Students will be given a “number” and have to

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Using what they already know about derivatives and curve sketching vocabulary, students will be guided through a team discovery of how to interpret the graph of a derivative! All they need is one graphing calculator per group and a few colored pencils or highlighters! Students will use technology to

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Open Inquiry Project IDEA and mini Guide.Are you looking for something to let your physics students conduct a REAL inquiry? Discover things that are new for them, and might be new for you as well? This is the resource for you! The files contain a printable mini guide for experimenting with a simpl

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In this activity students use their knowledge of trigonometry and trigonometric functions to match graphs to their equations and transformation descriptions. This card matching activity can be catered to the specific needs of your classroom! You could use as few as 20 cards (match 10 graphs to the

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Students look at the changes in movie ticket prices over the last 30 years. Using a scatter plot students analyze rates of change, make predictions about the future ticket costs, guesses about past costs and try to create lines of best fit. Activity can be tailored for many different grade levels.

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