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How often do your students get confused when trying to solve a literal equation? It's like all of the rules of Algebra are completely forgotten. This activity will help your students see both a regular equation and a literal equation side-by-side. After they solve the regular equation, the litera

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Also included in: Solving Equations and Inequalities Bundle

This is my favorite "end of the year" project for high school math classes. Students will work in small groups to create the best paper airplane design. They will compose step by step instructions and a finished product to fly in the test flight competition at the end of the unit.

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Students are graded on Timeliness, Completion, Accuracy, & Labeling. Not all categories have equal weights. This saved me when I was struggling to grade homework on time it really lifted a weight off of my shoulders.
I have weekly homework assignments that are due on Fridays howev

In this mini-project, students use Instagram as an avenue for sharing pictures of parabolas they see in the "real world." They are required to find and share pictures of parabolas they find using a unique #hashtag.
The document contains directions AND a rubric. It is editable so it can be changed

This is a project I do with my students at the end of their Rational Expressions unit. I have them create a website through wix.com that explains how to simplify, multiply, divide, add, and subtract rational expressions.
This file is the task, some suggestions when designing, and the rubric. I hav

This project involves graphing multiple trigonometry function on one set of axes. They have to graph a certain number of equations and have to use at least 3 different types out of the 6. For this they have the option to use sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cotanget, and cosecant. They also have to

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Students are to find a graph online. They are given a url and other resources on how to find it. From there, they are to write a paragraph analyzing the validity of the graph. They are to include the title, resource, what the article is trying to convey, how it is/is not misleading, and at least two

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Allow your students to CHOOSE how they demonstrate their knowledge of linear equations in the form of a project! Students will compare the following: Slope-intercept form, Standard form, and Point-slope form
Project choices include: brochure, persuasive editorial, graphic design, classroom poster,

This lesson introduces students to basic spreadsheet features while also visualizing the matrix operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Students are able to transfer their prior learning into a new knowledge set in the context of the real-world Excel environment. The lesson furth

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Great review of solving equations - includes one-step, multi-step, & equations with variables on both sides. Consists of 28 equations students must solve. Includes an answer page where they record all of their final answers. Also includes a rubric upon which to grade their work. In addition, can

Great review of solving quadratics - includes square root method, quadratic formula, & factoring. Consists of 28 equations students must solve. Includes an answer page where they record all of their final answers. Also includes a rubric upon which to grade their work. In addition, can be turned

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Students must create and graph ten different functions with transformations based on the following parent functions - linear, quadratic, absolute value. Restrictions on transformations are required. Students are then directed to color in each section to create a stained glass window effect. Rubric,

This activity investigates the relationship between hand size and the number of pieces of candy a student can grab. For this activity I offer students extra points on the activity if they bring a bag of wrapped candy. In this activity they work in groups and come up with the scatter plot, least squa

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This lesson introduces students to basic spreadsheet features while also visualizing the matrix operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Students are able to transfer their prior learning into a new knowledge set in the context of the real-world Excel environment. The lesson furth

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In this activity, the students draw a tree map for four types of exponents. There is a branch for zero exponents, for negative exponents, for positive exponents, and for fractional (rational) exponents.
The students are to create their own expressions for each category, although the teacher may p

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In this project, students create their own word problems that can be modeled using a system of three equations. A grading rubric is included.

In this project, students create their own word problems that can be modeled using a system of three equations. A grading rubric is included.

This rubric aligns with a five question Algebra 1 Quiz, however it can be aligned to any quiz covering exponents, radicals, and polynomials. Rubric is based on a four point scale and covers both content and procedures for a wide variety of possible answers.

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