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Incorporate Reading & Writing into the Math Classroom with this article and accompanying worksheet! The 3 page article is entitled - "6 Ways Quadratics Are Used Everyday in the World". The followup worksheet asks students to identify vocabulary words associated with quadratics within the article
Students will work in groups to define content-specific, commonly used vocabulary. They will define the words verbally and through physical representations, using both definitions and contextual knowledge. This activity is designed to complement UCSMP chapter one (Functions & Algebra review) les
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This layout is a perfect organization tool for your (LEP) Limited English Proficient learners. On the left column, students will show the algebraic process to a problem of your choosing, while on the right column is their verbal explanation.
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System of equation crossword puzzle to introduce or reinforce vocabulary.
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Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing A system of equations is a set of two or more equations considered together. A solution to a system of equations in two variables is an ordered pair that is a solution to every equation in the system. To solve a system of linear equations by graphing,
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In my Geometry classes, I have found that emphasizing vocabulary is important, so I begin each class with a 5-question vocabulary quiz. This often includes putting 5 definitions (or more often-pictures) on the board, and having students write down the vocabulary term that best describes each one.
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This sheet contains 32 sentences with blanks to be filled in. The concepts include and are mostly limited to the 4 arithmetic expressions on numbers and variables, exponents, plus a couple more concepts like area, perimeter, prime factors, and perfect squares/cubes. Even though the concepts are si
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This sheet contains 32 sentences with blanks to be filled in. The concepts include and are mostly limited to the 4 arithmetic expressions on numbers and variables, exponents, plus a couple more concepts like area, perimeter, prime factors, and perfect squares/cubes. Even though the concepts are si
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Incorporate Reading & Writing into the Math Classroom with this article and accompanying worksheet! The 4 page article is entitled - "Are Complex Numbers...Imaginary?". The followup worksheet asks students to describe their understanding of imaginary and complex numbers, to summarize the article
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