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Students take turns teaching their peers at the start of each class period. They review, reflect, problem solve and define new terms while you take attendance, hand back papers and get ready to take over presentation of new material. This activity places ownership for learning in the hands of the s

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

What a great tool to use when teaching Geometry! This handbooks includes Geometry terms such as line, line segment, ray, point, acute, obtuse, right, protractor, perimeter, area and so many more!
This unit includes the handbook with and without all of the notes. What a great tool to use with your S

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Included: Flipchart, Sentence strips to cut and sort, Notes handout
This is the lesson I used to introduce the idea of Triangle Congruence Proofs. I used this for classes with on-level students and special education students as well as my self-contained ESOL geometry students. It is low-level, but

This is a fill in the blank quick reference sheet and worksheet I use with my students. I primarily use this resource for vocabulary recognition when marking triangle congruence and writing proofs. Because I teach ESOL students I emphasize sentence frames and structures.

Outline and fill-in-the-blank sentences for Angle Relationships. Designed for a high school Geometry course, particularly for ELL students.
Page 1: Types of Angles, and How to Name Angles, with space for examples.
Page 2: Types of Angle Relationships, with space for the definition, examples, and r

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(I have quadruple checked and when you download this the words and clues line up correct unlike the preview they show I promise!) This is a fun scavenger hunt that list a description of a 2D shapes and then they have to find it to move on to their next description. I use this lesson as a race for my

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This lesson includes a flipchart with the following: a series of random parallel questions as an activator, notes for the lesson with 4 guided questions, a practice worksheet of 10 questions, and 4 verions of an exit card.
This lesson has sentence frames throughtout used for primarily ESOL or speci

As mentioned in previous products, I teach geometry to on-level, special education, and ESOL students. Because of this I reduce wordy text features, eliminate distractions whenever possible, and support via scaffolds like word banks.
I have quizzes with word banks for both CPCTC and no CPCTC.
I

There are not many resources out there for Dimensional change. This fill in the blank note taking style is great for special populations or ELL students. The notes helps the students follow how the scale factor effects the area and the perimeter of a two-dimensional figure. Both pages are doubled s

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The concept of measurement is always a struggle with students, especially the concept of area. This is a graphic organizer that can be used as a tool for students to understand the formulas that are used for figures. This organizer is meant for students to label the parts of the figures, write the

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This trigonometry packet was designed and created by me, a 10th grade ELL & SPELL Geometry teacher in New York City.
It was created with the goal of getting all students to be able to use right triangle trigonometry to solve for missing sides and angles, and to draw and label appropriate diagr

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Use this guide sheet to introduce vocabulary and give examples for solving slope-intercept concepts.
Vocabulary and Concepts:
y=mx+b
slope=m=rise over run
y-intercept = b
Given 2 points find slope
Write the equation in slope intercept form given coordinate and slope

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