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This is the classwork assignment I give to my students after working through similar examples on the notes sheet. I allow the students to work with their group/partner to complete.
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This worksheet is given to my students as homework after working through similar examples on the notes sheet and completing their classwork.
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These are guided notes that I use to introduce multiplying polynomials to my students. In the first few examples, I guide them through box methods. Once they have completed a few, I allow them to choose which method they prefer. Students enjoy having the choice and decided their own learning path.
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This activity was designed to help kinesthetic learners develop a better understanding of the Box Method. You will need scissors and glue for each student. Please rate and leave a comment! Enjoy~
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I work through these examples with my students prior to giving them their classwork/homework.
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This is the answer key for "Multiplying Polynomials Box Method 1"
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This is the answer key for "Multiplying Polynomials Box Method 2"
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This is the answer key that goes with "Multiplying Polynomials Box Method NOTES"
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This is a guided, color-coded notebook page for the interactive math notebook introducing polynomials. Includes notes on multiplying polynomials; box method and FOIL. Blackline master and color-coded answer key included. ** My Interactive Note Pages include all or some of the following: step by s
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These are the guided notes that I use to show my students how to multiply polynomials. On the first few examples, I show them how to complete the same problems with the box method and with the FOIL method. They then get to choose which one they prefer. The students really like having the option and
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Student handout that accompanies the PowerPoint presentation for multiplying polynomials with boxes. Print copies for your students to follow along as you teach them this simple and effective method for multiplying polynomials!
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This document includes a warm-up exercise to support algebra tiles manipulatives for multiplying binomials and guided notes for using three methods when multiplying binomials (FOIL, Box Method, and Double distribute). There are graphic organizers for each method and there is ample space for student
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Multiplying Polynomials Using the Box Method and Distributive Property Flippable Page: This resource includes a flippable interactive page on multiplying polynomials. It walks students through 2 ways of multiplying – the box method and distributing. There are then practice problems for students to
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The Box Method of multiplying polynomials has been very much preferred by my Algebra 2 students, even over the FOIL method. it is because it places each of the partial products in an organized location on a grid. I use the following set of notes, vocabulary and practice problems with illustration
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This PowerPoint guides students through 4 examples of multiplying polynomials using the box method. The lesson begins by reviewing vocabulary and then goes into an example of a monomial by a binomial. There are two examples of binomials times binomials and the final example is multiplying two trin
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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? My algebra students enjoy notes templates like
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