This set of notes is the perfect followup to the translating algebraic expressions keyword foldable. This set of notes includes 38 examples in total: 8 examples of translating algebraic expressions, 8 examples of translating equations, and 8 examples of translating inequalities. In addition, there a
Product DescriptionGoogle Slides Digital Interactive Notes. The notes are everything beneficial of an interactive notebook without all the paper, glue, scissors, etc.Includes:Google Slides: Translating Algebraic Expressions Digital NotesGoogle Forms: Self Grading Quick Check QuizAnswer KeyTeacher Ed
Guided notes allowing students to begin by brainstorming different words for each operation and symbol, and then students translate verbal to algebraic and vice versa for expressions, equations, and inequalities. I also have a corresponding assignment of the same name.
This is a worksheet that practices Translating Words into Math- using Operation Clue Words. Students should work step by step through each of the twenty problems. First, they should highlight any Clue Words within the phrase. Next, they write the operation that the clue words signify. Then, they
Your students will love practicing translating algebraic expressions with this Matching Activity which includes 2 Mystery Picture Puzzles in Google™ Slides.Your students translate verbal expressions into algebraic expressions to complete 2 puzzles, each with 12 questions. Expressions include some eq
This Power Point covers the concept Writing Algebraic Expressions and Pre-Algebra Vocabulary. It includes daily Warm Ups to take you through the skill, suggestions for interactive activities, notes, discussion points, and practice.
There is a lesson on Pre-Algebra Vocabulary with practice problems
Teach and practice writing algebraic expressions with this pack!
This product includes a page of guided notes (that students can glue in their math notebooks or include in their math binders), a skills practice worksheet, and an application practice worksheet.
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Are your students reviewing how to translate verbal descriptions into algebraic expressions? Then this activity is exactly what you need for your classroom. Whether you're teaching in-person within your classroom or teaching through distance learning, this interactive, low-prep activity provides stu
These are Fill-in-the-Blank notes to practice beginning pre-algebra vocabulary: term, variable, constant, coefficient, expression, equation, algebraic. These notes can be used in conjunction with my Writing Algebraic Expressions Power Point. My TPT store also includes an interactive notebook flip-
This foldable contains all of the keywords and phrases your students will need to translate any algebraic expression, algebraic equation, or algebraic inequality. Two different front cover options are included for the front flaps of the foldable--one with the symbols filled black and the other with
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Research shows that students who sketch, color, or doodle while listening to instruction tend to have better recall. These Doodle Note Brochures combine
Students will learn how to translate between verbal descriptions and algebraic expressions.
The first page of this file is guided notes where students list keywords related to four operations: add, subtract, multiply, and divide. (For example, the words "sum," "more," and "increase" probably indic
This bundle includes all of my Writing Algebraic Expressions materials.
*Power Point covering the concepts Writing Algebraic Expressions and Pre-Algebra Vocabulary. It includes daily Warm Ups to take you through the skill, suggestions for interactive activities, notes, discussion points, and practi
Expressions can be exciting! This introduction to expressions focuses on identifying, translating, modeling, simplifying, and evaluating numerical expressions and algebraic expressions. It includes notes, activities, exit tickets, homework, quick writes, two quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test.
This translating algebraic expressions card game is modeled after the traditional card game, "Old Maid." Students play "Old Math Guy" in groups of 4-5. Students will demonstrate their ability to match equivalent algebraic and verbal expressions. Key words included: sum, difference, product, quoti
These are Fill in the Blank Notes to introduce the skill Combining Like Terms without knowledge of Integers- negative numbers- necessary. It includes the fill in the blank notes as well as the answer key showing how I would fill in the blanks. These notes can be used independently, but they also fo
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♦ 2 Posters (if you have the ability to make posters from 8½x11’’ printouts – Parenthesis or NO Parenthesis ... and ... Tricky Turn Around Words
♦ Notes (2 pages)-- to be used as instruction with the students
♦ Practice Worksheet (1 page)
♦ Set of 18 Domino Activity Ca
This is a 10 question Google Form perfect for distance learning and works great in a traditional classroom. As a teacher, I want to challenge my students but grading can become overwhelming. Google Forms are the perfect solution. This form contains 10 questions. Each question comes with a dropdo
Algebra Cornell Notes: 6 pages include the following topics:
evaluate, linear inequality, solution, solution set, number line, number line graph, greater than, less than, at most, at least, addition property, multiplication property, infinite, translating linear inequalities, solving linear inequal
Translating Verbal and Algebraic Expressions
Translate verbal to algebraic expressions and vice versa.
Use this activity to review translating expressions with students. I like to use groups of 2-3. Teachers: copy the card set back to back. There are 20 problems total. Students arra
This file contains notes on translating between algebraic and verbal expressions and evaluating expressions. The translating page has pictorial representations of operation words, definitions of parts of expressions (both verbal and algebraic), as well as problems for practice. The evaluating page h
Introduce students to identifying parts of expressions, translating algebraic expressions, and comparing algebraic expressions.Students will:-Identify variables, coefficients, terms, and constants in algebraic expressions.-Rewrite algebraic expressions using words and vice versa.-Compare nonequivale
This lesson is meant to be used as guided notes for an entire class. (It works best when preceded by the Writing Numerical Expressions lesson) Students begin by defining variables, and in turn, defining algebraic expressions. We then translate from verbal to algebraic, with emphasis on common mistak