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This bundle includes the following foldables: •Completing the Square•Deriving the Quadratic Formula•Graphing Quadratics (y = ax2 + c)•Graphing Quadratics•Graphing Quadratics (Standard, Intercept, & Vertex Form)•Linear & Quadratic Systems of Equations•Solving Quadratics 4 different ways•Solvi

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This a presentation to be used at the beginning of a unit introducing quadratic equations and parabolas. It answers that never-ending question of "How is this used in real life?" by showing pictures and examples such as parabolas in nature, architecture, and sports. There are also word problems th

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INTRODUCING QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS: FULL LESSON
A complete lesson with everything you need to start off your quadratic unit!
This intro to quadratics lesson introduces important terminology and basic information to understand quadratic functions. Lesson is led through a powerpoint presentation in

This resource includes an interactive flip book that is an introduction to quadratics. The pages introduce students to standard form of a quadratic equation, how to find the axis of symmetry, and how to determine the vertex. Detailed instructions with photographs are included!
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Algebra I - Introduction to Quadratic Functions
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson plan includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint, and SMART Notebook)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
You do not need to have SMART Notebook or Po

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This project introduces students to quadratics by having them graph profits made in a company. They look at numbers that make a linear function and compare them to numbers that make a quadratic function. The questions that follow the project, help students to see the patterns that quadratics make an

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I don't typically begin teaching a new concept with an application, but this problem offers so many layers that it works really well.
Students split up into groups or pairs and determine the area of various rectangular houses based on a set perimeter and a given width. Already this requires some s

This is used to for homework after the students complete the introduction to quadratics notes. It covers the following topics:
-Labeling the vertex and writing the coordinate point
-if the vertex is a maximum or minimum
-concave up or down
-y-intercept
-labeling the axis of symmetry and writing th

This is used to introduce my quadratic unit. The first part (page 1) I do more direct instruction, reviewing standard form and a,b, and c. There is also a parabola drawn with the axis of symmetry and vertex labeled. I use the second part (pages 2 & 3) as an exploratory activity for the stude

These are guided notes that I use at the beginning of our quadratic unit. These notes show students that basic key features of a graph of quadratics. There is a vocabulary section for students to define the key terms and also to locate them on a graph. It is a word document. Feel free to edit. Enjoy

This wonderful lesson includes an instructional video (approximately 5 minutes long), notes, practice problems, and a key. Great for new teachers, substitute teachers, and homeschool! :)
Discusses basic graphing of parent functions & word problems.

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This is the fifth lesson (in a series of 6) that I created to introduce my students to quadratic functions. This lesson covers: multiplying two binomials using a 2-way table, and given a factored quadratic and a quadratic in vertex form--finding the vertex, the x and y-intercepts, and the stretch

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This is the first lesson (in a series of 6) that I created to introduce my students to quadratic functions. This lesson covers: identifying key parts of a quadratic graph (vertex, axis of symmetry, maximum or minimum), graphing a quadratic table of values (identifying symmetry in the table of value

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This test is designed to cover topics related to introduction to quadratics. I wrote it keeping in mind different questioning styles. There are matching problems, free response and short essay questions. This test is designed to be given after my lessons titled Introduction to Quadratics 1-6.

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This is used to introduce my quadratic unit. The first part (page 1) I do more direct instruction, reviewing standard form and a,b, and c. There is also a parabola drawn with the axis of symmetry and vertex labeled. I use the second part (pages 2 & 3) as an exploratory activity for the st

Introduction for Algebra students to Quadratic Equations:
This is a problem solving activity which allows students to create their own plan to solve the problem. Most students generally create a table that allows them to see the basic pattern in a quadratic equation with A being negative. The values

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This is a lesson introducing the Quadratic Formula. Actions are built in so that the "pieces" of the quadratic formula can be shown as discussed, rather than all at once. (I told a story with it). Four problems are solved using the quadratic formula. There are "buttons" on the bottom, so it is e

This test is designed to cover topics related to introduction to quadratics. I wrote it keeping in mind different questioning styles. There are matching problems, free response and short essay questions. This test is designed to be given after my lessons titled Introduction to Quadratics 1-6.

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This is the second lesson (in a series of 6) that I created to introduce my students to quadratic functions. This lesson covers: identifying the different coefficients of a quadratic function (a, b, and c), finding a c-value for a quadratic that will give different numbers of x-intercepts, graphing

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This is a handout that can be used as a way to introduce quadratic functions. It starts with a real world connection that the students can understand and literally see in their mind before they even graph on their paper. The teacher guides the students through the set up and breaking down of the pro

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This unit includes Introduction to Quadratics lessons 1-6, 2 versions of a unit test and an activity--quadratics sort. If each product were to be purchased individually, the cost would be $40. The bundled unit is offered at a $6 discount.

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This is the sixth lesson (in a series of 6) that I created to introduce my students to quadratic functions. This lesson covers: identifying quadratic, linear and exponential expressions, given one form of a quadratic (graph, table of values, vertex form, or standard form) and then coming up with the

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This product contains interactive notes that introduces a unit on quadratics. The notes address identifying and finding the vertex and axis of symmetry on a graph and in a quadratic function. The notes are offered in two formats---with and without blanks.
This product is part of the Factoring and

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Includes introduction to quadratic equations in standard form. Guides students through identifying a, b, and c, how to determine a sketch of the graph, and how to calculate the vertex. Asks students to identify the vertex from graphs and whether or not they are minimums or maximums.

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