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PowerPoint presentation - either student, self-guided or teacher visual for instruction. Presentation walks students through creating a stem and leaf visual plot and proceeds to explain how to find the mode, median, and mean using the stem and leaf plot.
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Direct Variation Foldable designed for an interactive notebook. I have included two sizes, a large size with one foldable for an 8.5x11 page and a small size with two foldables for an 8.5x11 page which is more reasonable for a typical class size. This foldable introduces direct variation with voca
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Part One provides easy-to-follow graphs, notes, and practice problems for graphing the reflections, vertical shifts, and horizontal shifts of linear, absolute value, and quadratic functions. Each section encourages students to discover how the graph and the equation are related. Notes also inclu
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This is a set of guided notebook pages for the interactive math notebook on the Foundations of Algebra The Powerpoint is meant to be interactive so that you can write on it. (White Board or Mobi style) Topics Covered in these Guided Notes (Bundled Unit in my Store) • Introductions to equations
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Similar in design to my free Cornell Notes template, this template includes 2 pages for graphing and taking notes on it. The right side of both pages is graph paper with room for labels and increments and the left side is room for notes and prompts for students to reflect on their graphs. The docume
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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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Notes to go over the first or second week of school. Includes topics such as techniques for graphing functions without calculators, intercepts, symmetry, and intersections.
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Part Two provides easy-to-follow notes and practice problems for graphing the reflections, vertical shifts, and horizontal shifts of cubic, rational, and square root functions. Each section encourages students to discover how the graph and the equation are related. Notes also include colorful d
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This template is similar to my free Cornell notes template, however instead of a field to write down notes there is an area filled with dots that can be used to create graphs or shapes. Like other Cornell notes, it still contains the left-hand column to generate extra thoughts and a summary section
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I work through these examples with my students prior to giving them their classwork/homework. I use composition notebooks so the notes sheets are created so they can be copied, cut, and glued/taped in their math journal.
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A step by step scaffolded quiz on solving a system of two linear equations by graphing. Written with the weak and/or special needs student in mind. I use it to drill down and find out exactly what is not being understood by the student.
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As a teacher, I have also found success in teaching logs and exponential functions through application and word problems instead of the traditional lecture style. This notes packet contains application problems on how to solve problems such as: *Compound Interest *Continuously Compounding Interes
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This packet is compilation of cornell notes and graphic organizers that enable students to follow the steps in graphing a linear equation while also finding the slope and intercepts on the graphs created. This is designed to show students a step by step process of how to graph a linear equation and
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This is a 2 page PDF file.This graphic organizer is helpful when teaching students how to solve Systems of Equations by graphing. The graphic organizer has one example in Slope Intercept Form and one example in Standard Form that must be converted to Slope Intercept Form. The center of the organizer
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This is a 2 page pdf document. This graphic organizer is helpful when teaching Systems of Equations using the Substitution Method. The organizer gives 5 different examples: Both equations solved for Y, one equations solved for Y, Neither equations solved for a variable but X is the best option, Para
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This is a great bookmark that helps students quickly reference how to find y-intercept from:GraphWord ProblemTableThis bookmark has fill in the blanks with references in the front and practice problems on the back. Answer sheet included.
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