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"Trigonometry an Introduction" introduces the trig functions, sine, cosine and tangent. They are used to solve right triangles, oblique triangles, special triangles, and area of triangles. There are a total of 18 pages of problems and activities

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This awesome bundle has everything in it to make teaching the common core standard of 6.NS.4 a breeze. It includes 2 different foldables (flippables) for a math journal and several real life word problem sorting and matching tasks that require

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In this lesson you can project the pages on a white screen for the entire class to view as you teach this lesson. Each page has a large equation picture that will help introduce one step linear equation. There is a blank work mat at the end of the

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Mini-Unit on operations with positive and negative numbers. Classwork complete with guided notes and TONS of indepedent practice for adding integers (2) subtracting integers (2) and multiplying and dividing integers (1). Mini-Unit also includes two

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This is a fun sort to help students see the difference between slope and y-intercept when learning about Slope Intercept equations.
Students are given different pictures, graphs, equations, statements, and definitions and they have to put them on a

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Introduction to Algebra Bundle:
This bundle includes a set of printable interactive notebook pages and activities to help introduce students to Algebra. Answer Keys and instructions are included with every resource!
***To read more about each

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Integers are among the most important kind of numbers students will work with. Without them Algebra becomes impossible as well as any class beyond. Integer Fundamentals is an entire unit dedicated to the four main operations involving decimals as

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This is a great Christmas card game for learning factoring in math class! My students enjoyed this game very much! a very addictive game :)

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This is an awesome mini book for any interactive math journal. Combining like terms and simplifying expressions with variables is unusually difficult for students. This mini book will simplify the process and ensure that they are variable

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3 days of notes covering - evaluating exponential word problems, exponential growth and exponential decay
Includes warm-up, notes & on your own, exit ticket for growth and decay, page of review of exponent laws/properties
Designed for ELL/ESL

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Use this FREE resource as a tool to help students practice using variables in equations to solve word problems. Enjoy!

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Alg 1.7 An Introduction to Functions
You can use this PPT for
pre algebra
Algebra 1 and 2
Math for Special Education
Applied Math
Basic Math
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EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS (33 Items)

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This graphic organizer can be used as a review guide before a test or it could also be used instead of notes; students actually prefer this type of note taking format. It includes a foldable option for your interactive notebook if you choose to use

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This file was started as a Florida Algebra I EOC "Bootcamp" for students who had previously taken the test and missed the passing score by 10 points (EOC based on NGSSS). The idea is to give them some new strategies to be able to answer a few more

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This is the introduction to a larger unit and project incorporating baseball into Algebra and statistics. In this worksheet students are given an overview of baseball and the basic statistics used to analyze players. They are then given the chance

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Multiplying matrices the easier way. Teachable way to multiply matrices. More memorable, which is good for testing.

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When I taught the under achieving class function rules, it was hard for them to come up with that rule. In this powerpoint, I have got writing a rule down to a simple science. If you want to help those struggling students, this product is perfect

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This is a smartboard lesson plan with the following objectives:
1) Students learn what a mathematical
expression is
2) They learn different types of mathematical
expressions : Algebraic, numerical and
verbal
3) They are a

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Test Cover for Common Core Unit

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The document is a lesson on using the quadratic formula to solve quadratic equations. There is also a review of factoring to solve quadratic equations. The presentation explains how to use the discriminant to determine the number of solutions. An

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Great for reviewing basic and more advanced order of operations objectives. Students move around the classroom exchanging papers. Students will solve a problem on the page and initial in the box. Students are required to check each answer before

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I wrote this song to help my students with rules that involve solving absolute value equations. I hope you find them as fun as we did!

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This is a comprehensive review of the three basic methods of factoring polynomials including sample problems. I use this for students who have gotten rusty over the summer on the basic methods of factoring they need to know to move on to the next

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The document includes:
- Notes (vocabulary)
- Step by Step Instructions (including images) on how to create congruent segments and angles using a protractor
- Worksheet (scaffolded - gradually getting more challenging)
- Exit Ticket

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Do you have to teach some basic Algebra 1 Theory and feel a little overwhelmed? Designed specifically for teachers to help reduce their anxiety when teaching basic Algebraic concepts. So you say that you may be anxious when it comes to teaching

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This is an entire unit on Ratio and Proportion.
Includes:
Notes - Daily notes to use in class
Presentations - Daily presentations/slides to go along with notes
Worksheets/Extra Materials - Additional materials that can be used for extra practice

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Square root & Arithmetic square root

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This is a bundle of 5 quick animated Power Point lessons designed for daily or weekly review on interpreting data and using simple algebra based on the Common Core Performance Task Samples. The lessons gradually become harder. The questions center

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These guided notes are very easy for students to follow. They explain: sets, subsets, intersections of sets, unions of sets, and complements of sets. There is a brief description of the definition as well as a detailed example further explaining

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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,

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Attached are 2 warm ups for Systems of Equations Word Problems.
I used these in class on day 1 and day 2 of teaching systems of equations word problems. Day 1 is meant to help students understand how to build the equations from the word problem,

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Another animated power point featuring Allie Gator. This is an attention expanding presentations for Variables and Expressions. Your students will learn about variable and algebraic expressions, while being entertained by this animated power

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Objective: To review and reinforce, or newly introduce core middle school math topics using fun methods.
This is a series of lessons that will span about 3 weeks of classes. It was designed for a summer pre-engineering camp. These lessons

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This is the entire chapter for my ESL algebra 1 class and Credit Recovery Algebra 1 class. There is additional vocabulary and concept support throughout the notes. These would also work for an inclusion classroom.
topics (in order):
classifying

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You will learn step by step how to find the slope given an equation. Some slopes will be easy to spot a mile down the road. With some, you might just have to do a happy dance when you figure them out. Hold onto that dance, it will be a celebration

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3 methods for graphing linear functions
1. y = mx + b
2. graph y-intercept and x-intercept
3. x and y table
Very brief overview of calculating rate of change with the slope formula
Answer key at the end of the document

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Notes about Rational and Irrational Numbers
For Special Ed Students
Great Explanation, very simple
My Quizzes:
4th Grade Word Problems Quiz (10 Q)
Equations and Inequalities Quiz (20 Questions)
An Introduction to Functions Quiz (11

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These are the notes I use in algebra I and algebra II for simplifying, multiplying, and dividing rational expressions.
Included is a brief review of fraction operations and factoring.
The second page is intended to be parallel examples where the

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Exponents
Good explanation about exponents, with great examples.
I used it for eighth and ninth graders, including special ed students...
Be sure to check out my other High School math/algebra activities and puzzles included in my

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Starting off with a review of what exponents mean, the lessons move on to multiplying exponents, dividing exponents, fractional exponents, and finding roots.

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Here are the types of practice:
1 – Get familiar with the number line, adding on it, and subtracting on it
2 – Get familiar with algebraic expressions and variables (letters) being used to represent numbers
3 – Get familiar with prices being shown

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