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This layout is a perfect organization tool for your (LEP) Limited English Proficient learners. On the left column, students will show the algebraic process to a problem of your choosing, while on the right column is their verbal explanation.

There are 8 system of equation word problems with visuals for ESL students. These problems work great as math stations.

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List of vocab words for ELL students. This list can be given before the unit starts. This unit is on inequalities including compound and absolute value inequalities.

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Algebra I Vocabulary Word Wall Mega Set - 3 versions!
Included in this set, you will receive 153 Algebra I terms in 3 different sets:
1. term-only strips
2. term, Spanish term, definition (in English), example in COLOR
3. term, Spanish term, definition (in English), example in ink-saving B&W
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I like to have students make bookmarks summarizing translations and dilations of the absolute value graph.
I have included a set of complete bookmarks (Front and Back) along with blanks. This gives you the option of giving students the complete bookmarks or using them as examples and have the st

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Also included in: Absolute Value Bundle~9 Activities~Differentiation~Equations~Wall That Teach

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Exponents get boring after a while, let's face it. I've created some worksheets that allow students to practice exponent skills while doing an activity.
Suggestion: For the Triangular Puzzle, group students at least in partners, because these problems are more challenging.
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1) Tan-gram

pg 1 - important characteristics and definitions of the graphs of quadratics (axis of symmetry, vertex, x-intercepts, y-intercepts)
pg. 2 - how to find the vertex algebraically
pg. 3 - how to find x intercepts (quad. formula)
pg. 4 - how to find x intercepts (factoring)
pg. 5 - how to fin y-intercep

This hands-on activity contains 22 different distributive problems targeting the confusing areas that often frustrate students.
Use this activity as a reference after students have complete this fun foldable.
There are teacher instructions with helpful hints. These notes are perfect for your L

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This is a nice little review for Algebra I and II students. I gave this to my Algebra II ESL students the first week of school to review common math words used in word problems and daily conversation in math world.
They complete pg 1 first (the middle translate column) and then show the teacher. T

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Your classic dots and boxes game, but for completing the square (no pun intended). Students will work on solving quadratic equations by completing the square and have fun along the way by competing in a game.
These completing the square problems include problems with imaginary solutions as well as

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Slope
Slope-intercept form (graphing, writing from a graph, writing from 2 points)
Point-slope form (graphing, writing from a graph, writing from 2 points)
Scatter plots - by hand (line of best fit, using data to make predictions)
Scatter plots - with a TI-83/84 (line of best fit, using data to make

I designed this worksheet for my ELL students to reinforce vocabulary around functions. I have my students draw a picture representation for each vocabulary word. I have used this activity to introduce the vocabulary--and I have also used it at the end of the features of functions unit to test how

This is a massive 21+ day unit for Algebra 2 (inclusion or ELL). This packet is designed to make higher level math accessible to all students - there is a stronger focus on developing vocabulary and incorporating writing (explaining the reasoning behind answers) into the notes. Typically, these note

5 basic parent functions, names, and translated parent functions are in 15 boxes.
Students will cut them, and match 3 tiles together .
bonus can be given to students on a summative assignment if they graph it.
Easy for ESL, SPED, and low math skilled students
This activity inspires tons of discussi

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This is for Alg 2
Includes simplifying radicals (degree of 2, 3, 4) with variables - simplifying radicals without variables is NOT included
Multiplying radicals - including conjugate
Adding/subtracting like and unlike radicals
Solving simple radical equations (results in linear or quadratic when s

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Clear, easy to read, visually simple guided problem solving steps for high school and middle school math. Works with special education + ESL students. Use this worksheet to help your students stay calm when faced with word problems where the steps to solving might be unclear. Tape the handout to stu

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This is an animation that I created to engage students in solving rate of change problems. The students are much more interested in finding the solution to this very same problem that I have done for years, now that I have a shirt cartoon to introduce it. I have also included myself working out th

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Algebra 2 curriculum guide with common core standards, lesson plans, ELL, differentiation

This is a notebook that I created to go along with my competing the square lesson. This lesson used Algebra Tiles to help students recognize that they are actually completing a square... Worked very well with our ELL and SPED students. I'm new at this so I don't quite know how to bundle the notebook

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This is the worksheet that goes with my previously posted Notebook for Completing the Square. I used Algebra Tiles to help students discover the rule for finding the constant that will complete the square. The lesson worked very well with ELL and SPED students.

This modified test for my IEP, lower-level math, and ELL students covers all trigonometry topics, but has references embedded, sentence starters, and less multiple choice options for greater chances to succeed. This can also be used as a take-home test or a study guide for a higher level class.

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This activity is designed as a differentiated review tool for systems of equations. I give this after I have assessed my students and know their ability levels with systems. There are 4 different levels of difficulty. You could give to students individually or have them work in groups. Each prob

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Great review for struggling/ELL/ LD students.
Linear Equations
Standard form
slope intercept form of equation
slope
x /y intercept
graphing on graphing calculator.
could be formative or summative assessment, need to provide your own rubric.

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This one page reference sheet can be provided to students who benefit from having a model problem and steps to complete problem solving, specifically English Language Learners in this full Spanish version. (If you would like to provide the english version, it is available as a free download on my pa

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