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This graphic organizer helps students understand the concept of slope by examining the definition of slope, visual cues regarding slope, finding the slope from a graph, and utilizing the slope formula. Students co-create this graphic organizer with you, based on their own prior knowledge. I use th

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There are restrictions on many "real life" things. Speed limits, weight, height and age restrictions are a part of "real life" whether you're an adult or pre-teen. This Keynote uses the idea of height restrictions for amusement park rides to apply the concept of inequalities. The Keynote (for Mac

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A creative activity for applying systems of linear equations or inequalities to real world scenarios.
This project allows students to be creative while exploring systems. I have used it the past couple of years in my 8th grade Algebra I class and am always pleased with the projects and creativit

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Also included in: Systems of Equations Bundle of Activities, Common Core

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Robot patterning powerpoint (provided in powerpoint and PDF) and accompanying worksheet and answer key.
Problem solving and space to show work included.
Perfect for review before provincial/state testing or as a review before you unit begins!
Enjoy with the sound on- sound effects include

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This is a great power point to introduce the concept of evaluating expressions. Slides have a variety of problems where the students can substitute variables with different given values. Each slide allows enough room to record students answers.
Evaluating Expressions by Christine Waverla is licens

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Not only is this a video that will teach your students how to solve systems of equations using elimination, but it also contains guided notes and a homework assignment for your students.
What should I expect from this video?
At Algebra Awesomeness, we pride ourselves in creating math material that

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Also included in: Systems Unit Bundle - Substitution, Elimination

This animated powerpoint presentation is intended to introduce the method of solving systems of linear equations using the substitution method.
The presentation starts by showing how some systems are difficult to solve by graphing when the y-intercept isn't a whole number.
The next several slide

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If you want students to be engaged from the very beginning.... If you want students to always remember the concept being taught.... If you want even your lowest-performing students to "get it".... Even if you are wanting to communicate the concept of solving a one-step equation to a student who

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Also included in: Solving Equations Unit Bundle - Fun Activities - Review Games

This power point can be used on its own or as the follow up to my other power point Translating Verbal Expressions and Equations. It includes a review of simple verbal expressions and equations and then instruction and practice of translating two step expressions and equations.
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45 animated video clips showing a "Function Machine" in operation. A number goes in, a button is pushed, and a different number comes out. Students analyze the relationships between the input and output values to determine the rule being applied.
Make time to have fun in math class!
To see a

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This is an animated powerpoint presentation I made for my class this year to introduce a method for finding the slope-intercept form of an equation when you only have the slope and one point.
This method involves substituting the given information into y = mx + b and then solving for b. Using Po

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This is a review of 4th grade math skills learned in the first quarter of school. Questions are given in multiple-choice format with answers on each slide following. I have students use mini white boards to show their work and then they hold up response cards to show their letter-choice answer. It's

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I love using this power point to introduce the distance, rate, and time formula. The power point includes note taking opportunities, a graphic organizer, practice questions, and partner work.
All of my power points are common core aligned.
Have fun!!
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This is a review of 4th grade math skills learned in the first and second quarters of school. Questions are given in multiple-choice format with answers on each slide following. I have students use mini white boards to show their work and then they hold up response cards to show their letter-choice

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Want to help students truly understand the order of operations? If you are looking to scaffold your approach to teaching this topic this lesson is what you want to use. Students start out with simple two step expressions and work their way up to expressions with more than two steps.
This lesson in

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"FLIPPING" your classroom eliminates much of the teacher-directed instruction and allows significantly more time for LEARNING!! Students watch a short video for homework and come to class the next day "ready to go"! Having the new concept introduced the night before, they are ready to start proces

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This is a short video that shows students an alternative way of getting rid of the negative coefficient when solving an inequality problem. This method will ensure that students never forget to reverse the inequality symbol. This video is great for English learners because there are no words to read

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Aunt Sally is at it again, this time as she interrupts our lesson on mathematical properties. This fun video will have your students singing along about different properties. Students will see examples identity, associative, commutative, and distributive properties.
All of our teacher-created music

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This is a 7 page PowerPoint that walks the students through writing linear equations in Point-Slope form. It shows the students step by step how to write an equation given the slope and a point, then how to find one on a graph. They have to find the slope and use one of the two points given. This is

This video is a one minute animation short that explains how to solve a problem involving fractional exponents. It will not take up too much class time to show the video and can be played multiple times to so that students can focus on different parts of the video. It is a great way to help students

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This animated video will help students remember the steps when graphing linear equation that is in y-intercept form. Using color and sound effects students will be able to see how the y-intercept and the slope come together to create a straight line. This video is great for

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This 3 minute animated video will show students how to graph a linear equation when it is in standard form. There are 3 different examples in the video. In my classroom I like asking questions during the video such as, "What is the x intercept going to be?" I like having my s

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Included in this zip folder are 3 free quizzes in PDF files. The quizzes can be used at socrative or printed.75 Socrative Quizzes (Parts 1-3)75 Socrative Quizzes (Parts 4-6)75 Socrative Quizzes (Parts 7-9)75 Socrative Quizzes (Parts 10-12)75 Socrative Quizzes (Parts 13-15)75 Socrative Quizzes (Part

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