This is a set of 5 graphic organizers designed to help students practice the procedures for factoring. The goal is to use the organizer until the procedures are mastered and this "skeleton" is no longer needed!The graphic organizers are:1. Factoring by Grouping - The process of taking a four-term
Help your students visualize the process for factoring ANY quadratic trinomial. The flowcharts even work to factor special cases such as difference of squares! Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through a problem, when using these graphic organizers. These flowcharts have been
Teaching a hybrid model, distance learning, or in a traditional setting? This resource has you covered and will appeal to different types of learners. In this activity students will sort factors of production (natural, labor, capital, and entrepreneurial resources). Students will place the factors o
This notes template will help students learn to factor trinomials of the form ax^2 + bx + c when a=1 or a≠1 using the box method.
Since students benefit from the box strategy for multiplying polynomials, why not use the box as a model for factoring?
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Factoring Polynomials Graphic Organizer
I use this graphic organizer to review all types of factoring just before I play my Factoring "Spin to Win" game. It is a good visual to help students with factoring polynomials. It covers the following:
-Difference of Squares
-"Basic" Trinomials (x2 +
Help your students visualize the process for solving quadratic equations by factoring. This flowchart works for ANY equation involving quadratic trinomials or a difference of squares in one variable. Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through a problem, when using this graphic o
Economics- Factors of Production Graphic Organizer
This worksheet is a graphic organizer for the four factors of production- natural/land, human/labor, capital, and entrepreneur/entrepreneurial. In each box, students are to define each factor of production and give four examples of each. This is a
Polynomials. Factoring. Graphic Organizers.
This is a series of worksheets designed to assist students in achieving mastery in calculation skills for polynomial operations. Factoring GCF from expressions includes a teaching strategy using factor ladders. For expanding binomials and factoring trin
I love using this graphic organizer in my classes to help my students master the skill of factoring trinomials of the form ax^2+bx+c.I teach factoring by grouping for all trinomials at first, before allowing my students to discover the "shortcut" when a=1. By doing this, I find that it helps my stud
A graphic organizer in disguise! Students can show what they know about factors, fractions, and decimals through this 3-pack of fun and stimulating posters. Great to assess prior knowledge, to review, or to use as a formative assessment. Brain-friendly strategies were considered when writing the pos
This three page doodle graphic organizer is used to develop an understanding of factoring trinomials. The first page focuses on factoring polynomials by grouping. The second page factor trinomials where a=1, using factoring by grouping but encourage students to find the "shortcut". The third page fa
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These graphic organizers support students learning to factor expressions. The 2 graphic organizers give a step-by-step guide and examples to scaffold learning.
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Introduce your students to the four factors of production using this graphic organizer. The four factors of production covered by the graphic organizer are Land/Natural Resources, Capital Resources, Labor, and Entreprenuership.
I have always struggled teaching this topic, and another teacher shared this song and it worked wonders on my students. I made this graphic organizer to tie everything together for them and it worked great.
The first page is what is given to the students and the 2nd page is your reference for what
Factoring Polynomials Graphic Organizer This graphic organizer is a great way to review all factoring methods with examples. It can be used when you finish teaching all methods in Algebra 2 or as a review for all methods that will be needed in Precalculus and Calculus. It covers:· GCF· Difference of
Unit: Immigration to America. Visual graphic organizer that allow students to think about and write about the rationale behind immigrants from Europe, (Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Italy) immigrating to America. These worksheets were created from the lessons on grade 4, Passport to Social Studies curri
This graphic organizer is designed for a "factors" synthesis prompt (meaning that the prompt asks students which factors to consider regarding a particular issue.) This resource includes multiple planning pages for students to brainstorm ideas, summarize the sources, construct a defensible thesis, a
A graphic organizer that was created for students to see the ways that polynomials can be factored when you have 2 terms, 3 terms (a = 1), and 3 terms (a > 1). Examples of each have been given so that students can see how the problem is actually solved.
This organizer tells the story of DOTS and her two perfect, conjugate twins. The story helps students remember the requirements to factor difference of two squares. It then shows them the process. The end of the worksheet gives students examples where they have to identify which polynomials can be f
Factoring Polynomials Graphic Organizer This is a PDF document. The graphic organizer features examples for factoring the following: Difference of Squares Trinomial (a=1) Trinomial (a > 1) Grouping (4 terms) GCF Sums of Cubes Difference of Cubes Prime (not factorable) This is great to use as a re
Science Graphic Organizers are a great way for students to organize thoughts, ideas and information. This Biotic and Abiotic Factors T- Chart template is perfect for students to record characteristics or examples of abiotic vs biotic factors in an ecosystem. This product comes in a blank and lined v
This graphic organizer flow chart will help your Algebra 2 students understand the thought process behind factoring polynomials. It includes a color-coded page and a black and white page.Topics Include:Factoring the Greatest Common Factor (GCF)Difference of SquaresSum/Difference of CubesPerfect Squa
This is a graphic organizer that can be laminated and handed out to students as a review for method of factoring.
Factoring Trinomials (a=1 and a>1)
Factoring Perfect Square Trinomials
Factoring the Difference of Two Squares
Factoring by Grouping