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Ratio and Unit Rate Performance Task Ratio and Unit Rate Performance TaskThis performance task is one in a series, This is the start of a race around the world. In this task the students learn that they have won an opportunity to race around the world. In this segment students wil
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This is a fun way in adding and evaluating expressions by using a restaurant menu. The menu has Chinese foods with prices in algebraic form. Students will do the worksheet by finding the price of the menu in algebraic form and evaluating it. Students will also work with a partner by playing the role
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There are 4 pages attached. A culminating worksheet titled "Instagram Famous" and 3, half-page, scaffolded skill stations which can be completed by students in class. Students will be able to work at their own pace (if your copy machine is working). The following topics are covered: -representing r
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Students set-up and solve systems of linear equations to answer these global-themed, real-world, word problems. Shawarma, mangoes, mangosteens, rambutans, falafel --a few of the items in these six global-themed linear system word problems using authentic names, item
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As a way to prepare my students for the upcoming final exam and connect them with some college and career plans, I created a project in which they can create a linear equation based on a job they choose from a list of options. As a hook, students will write about a time they did not get what they w
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This activity examines how each state is represented in the House of Representatives, Senate and Congress overall. Students examine what a low ratio of population to representatives means and what a high ratio of population to representatives means. Which states have the "best representation" and
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This activity outlines to the students the process of making a SMART goal. It consists of students playing a game with smarties and they get to reflect on goal setting. Then, with their reflections they make goals for the course. SUGG: These worksheets were designed specifically for my classes but y
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Students use proportions to convert between USD and other currencies and then go on an international shopping trip!
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This interlude for our first album introduces the concept of radical expressions to students. If your students are fans of Mr. Q-U-E, they'll enjoy seeing him explain a few radical expressions while also showing off some of his accomplishments! All of our teacher-created music videos are standards
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The Thomas Telford Engineering Challenge is intended for senior high school students who have some interest in engineering as a career option. This Challenge is in celebration of the world tour of the Scottish Diaspora Tapestry and the Scarborough, Ontario, Exhibition in particular. More supporting
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Engage your students with a Fact Finder worksheet today! Your students will learn fun facts about the Eiffel Tower while they practice solving one step equations using addition or subtraction in this fun worksheet. This Fact Finder includes 11 problems requiring students to solve one step equation
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Engage your students with a Fact Finder worksheet today! Your students will learn fun facts about the Statue of Liberty while they practice evaluating expressions in this fun worksheet. This Fact Finder includes 11 problems requiring students to simplify one-step expressions using whole number valu
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Have your students learn some fun facts about Venice, Italy while they practice solving inequalities! This 11 problem Fact Finder worksheet has two-step and multi-step inequalities. There are also decimals and fractions(with like denominators) included in a few of the problems. Students solve the
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A fun and variable project assignment. A 1 sheet biography on a person chosen from the realm of mathematicians and scientists in history. Can be easily tweaked for Science. A multiple day research assignment, requiring a mock-up character sketch and a printed image of the character's photo or portra
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This worksheet is intended for independent practice, such as homework. An answer key is included. When students complete the puzzle it will reveal the name of a Hispanic American hero. Assignment is ideal for anytime between September 15 and October 15.
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In this lesson we turn a fun and exciting project, making a headdress or war bonnet, and integrate math and social studies benchmarks for grades 3-5 into it. It includes assessment questions to help students focus on what their learning goals and determine each student's learning gains. This less
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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo and capture student enthusiasm by practicing graphing on the coordinate plane. Students plot points in all four quadrants. They connect the points from a list of ordered pairs to create lines that will form the image of a sombrero. When the graph is complete, students can ad
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I used this activity to engage my 6th graders in the topics of statistics and central tendency. This activity also worked great with my 7th and 8th graders when covering the topics of proportional relationships, scatter plots, lines of best fit, linear functions, and using graphs and equations to m
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Get ready to travel across the USA during math class! Students are told their beginning location and their final destination for the first three problems, then they get to create their own adventures for the last three problems. The map of the USA is overlaid with a coordinate plane. Students find t
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Enrich Word Problem practice with this fun and culturally enriching Passport Activity. Print, fold, and staple this to create a passport in which students will complete 4 European-theme Pre - Algebra / beginning Algebra Word Problems! UPDATE: I have improved this product by increasing the rigor of
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Students work collaboratively to create linear equations based upon Uber Driving Rates. The coefficient for their x variable is the time for their trip, in minutes, and the y variable is the distance for their trip, in miles. Students can simply create linear equations and graph or for Algebra 1 stu
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Alcohol-Themed Algebra Problems from the 18th and 19th Centuries. There are forty of them, 10 each in the categories Drinking, Mixing, Storing and Pouring, and Buying and Selling. As a bit of an amateur math historian I find it interesting how the problems given to students reflect the culture. Th
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Use some of these popular celebrities to make word problems and graph problems more interesting for your students! (first post)
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This project asks students to consider how population might have grown if the Biblical theory of young earth creationism is true (Earth is between 6,000 and 10,000 years old). The main topic from algebra is exponential growth. Students would benefit from the use of a graphing calculator throughout
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Students can create their own word problem that solves systems of equations.
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SOLVE Quadratic Equations by FACTORING Black History Month is in February. If you need an activity to highlight the accomplishments of African Americans, consider this math activity. Students will solve quadratic equations by factoring. The letters assigned to each equation will reveal the follow
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When students are learning to multiply by 10, 100, 1000 or more, this is a great sheet to use! It helps students to use the "tack on" method of counting the zeros in the factors to "tack on" at the end of the product. It uses students' knowledge of basic facts. There is a bonus question and an answ
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This project combines student knowledge of linear inequalities with their pride of representing their neighborhood! Using different neighborhood maps of Chicago, students will create a coordinate plane and plot their house on the map. I used this with my freshmen algebra class and it was overwhelmin
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