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I used this lesson for part of my National Board Certification. It is one of the best lessons that I have ever written, and I highly recommend it. This works extremely well year after year, and most of my department has adopted it.
Description: This lesson is designed for use AFTER learning how

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Also included in: Bundle of Linear Graphing worksheets, tests, games, activities, investigations

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Systems of equations is an algebra topic that lends itself to the "chalk, talk, and example problem" method of teaching. Take a break from the norm with this foldable graphic organizer.
This product differentiates between the various types of "special" systems of equations (contrasting independen

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Systems of equations is an algebra topic that lends itself to the "chalk and talk" method of teaching. Students pay better attention when kept on their toes, and this mini book does that by adding diversity to your typical instruction.
The contents demonstrate three methods of finding a solution

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Tired of typing up notes for your students only to find that they are not reading them? Are you students refusing to take advantage of the millions of online resources that are available? Maybe it is time for something different. Try these cartoon notes!
This set of notes answer the following que

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Systems of Equations Bundle: Here is a pack of 4 great activities to give your students more practice with solving systems of equations. This bundle includes:
PARTNER PERFECTION SUBSTITUTION: 2 levels of differentiated problems that have matching answers! You can have different level students wo

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Are Systems of Linear Inequalities bogging down your students? Sometimes referred to as Linear Programming, graphing systems of linear inequalities seems complicated to students with weak linear graphing skills. Distracted by basic graphing questions, these students never get enough practice with

Are your students sick of reading the text book? Do their eyes glaze over when you hand them a typed worksheet? Grab their attention and help them study with these hand-drawn notes. Let's face it, reading a math book is not fun. It can be a tedious task for many students and as a result they si

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This maze is a good review of "The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra" . Students are expected to be familiar with:
- Polynomial Functions (Definition)
- Finding the degree of a Polynomial Function (Check out this product at my store Maze - Classifying Polynomials
There are 19 questions whe

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This activity allows students to practice solving systems of linear equations using various methods- graphing, substitution and linear combination. There are 12 problems. Print this activity onto 12 sheets of paper. Hang around room and have students start at any problem. Student will solve the larg

Task Cards get students to be on task much more efficiently than doing a boring worksheet. They are engaged for longer periods of time and can work cooperatively. There are 12 cards in total, 8 graphing system of inequalities where students must first rearrange them in slope-intercept form. They als

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This colorful word wall is sure to brighten up your room as well as capture the attention of your students! Words include formulas and images in some cases. Words included are: quadratic function, parabola, axis of symmetry, vertex, vertex form, maximum, minimum, standard form, quadratic formula, an

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This product is a card sorting activity. It contains 20 cards, and 10 matching pairs of absolute value inequality problems.
There is a nice mix of cognitive demand in the problems. My students work in groups of two to find the 10 matches.
I invite each group to the document camera to put up one

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This file has a primary Power Point Presentation which focuses on defining the quadratic formula, discriminant, and solving using the quadratic formula. The power point presentation has a quick recall slides to review Imaginary Units as well as simplifying radicals. Some of the slides in this pres

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This is a double-sided quiz over solving systems with 8 questions.
The first question asks the student to name the 3 ways to solve a system of equations. (Yes, there are directions later in the quiz that will give them this answer - let's see if they are paying attention). Question #2 asks them to

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Also included in: Systems of Equations Unit Bundle (A2I, A3F, A3G, A5C)

This self checking worksheet has the student working with composition functions at a given value: f(g(3)). The worksheet will give the student 4 functions to work with. This will help the student to pay attention to the function names. Once the worksheet is complete, the student will learn why t

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The puzzle has 30 problems where students must practice converting rational exponents to radical expressions. Students also need to simplify using laws of exponents, but do not need to rationalize the denominator. This activity will encourage mathematical discourse as students self-check their answe

This worksheet allows the students to make connections to the real world through a fun tv show- I Love Lucy! I would reccommend showing a short clip from the show (it can easily be found on youtube) to capture the students' attention- then quickly show them where a connection can be made using the w

A discovery lesson using the graphing calculator to solve a real-world sales v. profit application problem. It also includes 12 slides that can be printed off 6 to a page or 4 to page for a student handout.
I like to play "Atomic Dog" by George Clinton as they walk in the door to catch their atten

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While the concept of "parent function" is important in Algebra, I find it's a vocabulary term that often escapes my students. I needed to grab their attention, so I created this "greeting card" to help them see and understand the concept.
May your students never have brain freeze when asked:
Wha

Tired of typing up notes for your students only to find that they are not reading them? Are you students refusing to take advantage of the millions of online resources that are available? Maybe it is time for something different. Maybe it is time that we go "low-tech"!
Save time in class and give

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ATTENTION: On the 8th page - the answer "108 - 13i" needs to change to "108 - 23i". This is a scanned copy of my original, so there is no way for me to edit this. Thanks! I bumped the price down to $2.00 for this inconvenience!
This Scavenger Hunt includes 15 questions involving multiplying comple

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Use this material to intuitively introduce your students to absolute value equations without teaching them the rules but focusing their attention on the essential mathematical ideas. Students are taken seamlessly from their rudimentary knowledge of the meaning of absolute value

The topic assessed in this classroom scavenger hunt is Linear Inequalities and Systems of Inequalities. There are eleven practice problems, a blank template for students to record answers and an answer key. The format of the file is pdf.
To use the scavenger hunt, scatter the eleven problems rand

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The following Rock, Paper, Scissors Activity is all about factoring quadratics. The activity contains the following:
#1 - Factoring a GCF
#2 - Factoring Difference of Squares (some with a GCF)
#3 - Factoring a = 1 (some have a GCF)
#4 – Factoring a ≠ 1 (some have GCF)
#5 – Hodge-Podge! This cou

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