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This product was created to give to students after showing them basics on a TI-Nspire graphing calculator. None of the questions are specific to the TI-Nspire so this could easily be used with any of the TI family graphing calculators.
This quiz was meant to test students ability to use the calcul

I have noticed that my double blocked Algebra I students are very dependent on their calculators, but they need practice with their calculator skills. They do not recognize the need to change a minus sign to a negative sign for some syntax errors. They do not always put negative numbers in parenth

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This is a student review packet for the Engage New York Module 4 - Mid Module Test. It is set up exactly like the test, but all the questions and numbers have been changed. This is a great tool to expose students to the format of questions before you formally assess them on their math calculation

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This is a student review packet for the Engage New York Module 4 End of Module Assessment task (Test). It is set up exactly like the test, but all the questions and numbers have been changed. This is a great tool to expose students to the format of questions before you formally assess them on thei

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This is a student review packet for the Engage New York Module 5 Mid- Module Assessment task (Test). It is set up exactly like the test, but all the questions and numbers have been changed. This is a great tool to expose students to the format of questions before you formally assess them on their

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This is a student review packet for the Engage New York Module 6 - Mid Module Test. It is set up exactly like the test, but all the questions and numbers have been changed. This is a great tool to expose students to the format of questions before you formally assess them on their math calculation

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This is a student review packet for the Engage New York Module 5 End of Module Assessment task (Test). It is set up exactly like the test, but all the questions and numbers have been changed. This is a great tool to expose students to the format of questions before you formally assess them on thei

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This is a student review packet for the Engage New York Module 6 End of Module Assessment task (Test). It is set up exactly like the test, but all the questions and numbers have been changed. This is a great tool to expose students to the format of questions before you formally assess them on thei

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NYSCC Algebra Regents Exam, August 2016
*Note this is only the exam and used prep in my classroom. This does not breakdown specific skills or components, but does have guided notes and areas where students may struggle integrated within. It also incorporates calculator skills. This was used to help

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NYSCC Algebra Regents Exam, June 2016
*Note this is only the exam and used as test prep in my classroom. This does not breakdown specific skills or components, but does have guided notes and areas where students may struggle integrated within. It also incorporates calculator skills. This was used t

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NYSCC Algebra Regents Exam, Jan. 2017
*Note this is only the exam and used prep in my classroom. This does not breakdown specific skills or components, but does have guided notes and areas where students may struggle integrated within. It also incorporates calculator skills. This was used to help m

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Multiple Choice Assessment (with answer key)
Aligned to Tennessee State Standards
CFU 0506.5.1 Construct and analyze double bar graphs and line graphs.
SPI 0506.5.3 Calculate measures of central tendency to analyze data.
Use this multiple choice assessment at the beginning of a unit to determine wh

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Significant Digits Practice Problem Worksheet or Quiz. Covers the rules of using significant digits in rounding and in performing calculations.Suitable for science students in grades 9 - 12.========================================================================================PLEASE NOTE: This doc

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Using Significant Digits in Calculations and the Metric SystemPerfect for a short daily quiz, homework assignment, test prep, your substitute teacher folder, or review and reinforcement.Suitable for science students in grades 9 - 12.===================================================================

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Multiple Choice Assessment (with answer key)
Aligned to Tennessee State Standards
SPI 0506.4.1 Solve contextual problems that require calculating the area of triangles and parallelograms.
Use this multiple choice assessment at the beginning of a unit to determine what students already know and what

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HSF-LE.A.2
This test is that I use prior to going into linear equation applications. The test consists of 25 questions on: calculating slope, finding slope on a graph, writing slope intercept equations with varied given information, writing equations of parallel lines given an equation and a point,

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20 weeks worth of daily basic skills practice questions on powerpoint slides, and weekly quizzes.
This basic skills package contains 20 different review math topics that middle and high school students should be able to do without the use of a calculator. Practicing these skills helps keep student

I like giving "spot" quizzes to my students to see if they have the concept down and also to find out who still needs work on specific skills. Here are eight 8-question quizzes on fractions. If the student answers 6 of 8 questions correctly, I have confidence that they know how to do a skill. There

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I noticed my students struggling with basic skills. So, I created 10 weekly no calculator tests. For week 11, I will repeat test 1. I didn't feel the need to create more because they will not have them memorized. I will give them 5 minutes to complete. The goal is to practice and improve.

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Overview: The Simple Interest Skills Exam assesses only the skills involved in computing Simple Interest. I call it a ‘skills’ exam because it only targets calculation from an equation.
Students must:
- Produce the Simple Interest Equation: I = Prt
- Identify the variables of the Simple Interest E

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This document contains 8 weekly tests that you can give to your students once a week. During this week I encourage my students to make corrections on these by giving back full credit on corrections they can show me they understand the concepts of. Many times this opens up conversations and reteachin

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This is a 10-question quiz that students take without a calculator. The quiz assesses computation skills with decimals, fractions, exponents, square roots, and order of operations. If students are able to score a 100% on the quiz, then they have demonstrated a basic proficiency in computation and

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This easy printable allows teachers to scaffold math skills--including multiplying percentages, multiplying fractions, & reducing fractions--in everyday classroom activities.
In order to use effectively, the printable is formatted for fast cutting & distributing. Using this formula allows

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This cross-curricular quiz blends both math skills and Emergency Medical Technician content. This quiz will assess whether students remember and can apply the content in Unit 9: "Airway and Ventilation" of the Emergency Medical Technician curriculum, as well as multiplying percentages, decimals, and

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