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Handouts

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

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This graphic organizer will help students completely solve a higher order polynomial equation. The chart includes factoring patterns for difference of squares, sum and difference of cubes, quadratic form, and trinomials with a=1 and a not equal to 1. When an equation is not factorable by these met

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This is an easy-to-use, must-have factoring flow chart! I have used this flow chart with dozens of students and had many teachers ask me for copies! It is easy to follow and includes five basic types of factoring: Common Factoring, Perfect Square Trinomial, Difference of Squares, Trinomial where a

This is an interactive student notebook resource I use at the beginning of the section on Factoring Trinomials. It is probably the most-used page in their notebooks for the factoring unit.
The file is 3 pages.
Page 1 - the front of the foldable
Page 2 - the inside of the foldable (which is sized

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This is a no prep, print and go set of pages on factoring trinomials without an "a" term. Students will learn the steps they should follow to factor basic trinomials. Page 1: Graphic OrganizerWalk students through factoring trinomials with a graphic organizer. With guidance from an instructor studen

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Also included in: Factoring Unit Bundle

Algebra 1 - Factoring and Quadratics Graphic Organizer
This is a great reference for students to help them remember how to factor and the basics about quadratic equations. The topics covered are factoring out the greatest common factor, factoring a trinomial, solving a trinomial by factoring, solv

I used this handout as a tool to help review Factoring Quadratics with students. This handout includes Factoring by GCF, Factoring Trinomials when a=1, Factoring Trinomials when a ≠ 1, and Factoring Special Cases: Difference of Squares and Perfect Square Trinomials. The handout may be used as Review

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Also included in: Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 Review Graphic Organizers Bundle

This is a graphic organizer for all 4 types of factoring: GCF, DOTS, Trinomial a = 1, Trinomial a > 1.

5 quadratics that help students recognize when to factor and when to use the quadratic formula. 4 of the 5 can be factored (one of these is a perfect square trinomial). One of the problems cannot be factored to emphasize when to use the quadratic formula.

This is a no prep, print and go set of pages on factoring two kinds of special case polynomials (perfect square trinomials and difference of two squares)Page 1: Graphic OrganizerWalk students through factoring special case polynomials (perfect square trinomials & difference between two squares)

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Also included in: Factoring Unit Bundle

Graphic Organizer for factoring Quadratics
Intro to Factoring (where a > 1 , the x squared time has a coefficient greater than 1) guided notes
Answer Key
Factors of "A*C" that add up to "B"
Clip Art
I have used this with my Algebra I and Algebra II students. They absolutely love it! I had a st

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Includes: standard form, adding & subtracting polynomials, multiplying monomials and polynomials, multiplying binomials (3 ways), factoring by GCF, factoring my DOTS, factoring trinomials with a=1, factoring trinomials with a>1Written steps included

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For a > 1, this Quadratic Factoring Guided Notes plus practice will finally give your kids a method that not only works every time, but has NO GIMMICKS to forget.Students have so much trouble with factoring trinomials, especially those whose leading coefficient is not one. I see it all the way up

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Also included in: Factoring Bundle of 7 Resources Task Cards Quiz HW

In this lesson, students learn different factoring techniques in order to factor polynomials: GCF, grouping, basic, slip and divide, substitution, difference of squares, difference of cubes, sum of cube, difference of cubes, and perfect square trinomials.Included• Video Warm-Up: Students preview the

Also included in: Polynomial Functions Unit Bundle (Algebra 2 Curriculum)

This resource can be used for many things throughout the year, but my favorite use is as a cheat sheet during a unit on factoring quadratic trinomials. I have found this to be an invaluable resource during this unit and it really helps emerging learners in Algebra 1 or even in Algebra 2. While facto

This is a set of 2 foldables designed for interactive math notebooks!The first foldable is a basic fold for four tabs. Students are shown how to factor the GCF out of binomials, trinomials, and then shown how to factor by grouping.The second foldable is a flipbook in which students will see the pro

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Also included in: Algebra 1 - Factoring Bundle - Foldables, FlipBooks, Task Cards, Puzzles

Do you have students struggling with Factoring? This item has a list of mulitple alternative methods to use with those (or all) your students.
This includes a step-by-step explanation with 2 examples each of 9 different methods to factor. These include the X, Read-Up, Criss-Cross, Grouping, Aus

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Flowchart that helps students decide which factoring method is most appropriate.
Methods include:
- greatest common factor (GCF)
- grouping
- perfect square trinomial (PST)
- difference of two squares (DOTS)
- a does not equal one
- a equals one "shortcut"
Can be used as a study guide, reference s

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This flow chart covers factoring binomials and trinomials in Algebra 1, including perfect squares.
Just a heads up, I reference the X Puzzle method for factoring (also called X factor or X Box method), and the box method for multiplying.

This is the first in a series of factoring presentations that cover different ways to solve quadratic equations including using the Greatest Common Factor, Difference of Squares, the Trinomial Rule, and Slide and Divide (a way of solving quadratics when a is not equal to 1). There is also an accomp

This guided notes page teaches factoring trinomials using grouping. There are a lot of different ways to factor, but I've had the most success with this method because it works in all cases. Grouping uses students' understanding of greatest common factor. This method can be used to factor trinomials

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