# Algebra 1 Writing in Math Prompts

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1. In these YEAR-LONG, NO-PREP resources, students will develop reflective and independent thinking, while connecting mathematical ideas. These are READY TO PRINT and will KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED while deepening their understanding! I have tried to make these prompts as versatile as possible. Each writi
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In this YEAR-LONG, NO-PREP resource, students will develop reflective and independent thinking, while connecting mathematical ideas. This is READY TO PRINT and will KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED while deepening their understanding!

I have tried to make these prompts as versatile as possible. Each writing prompt has 3 versions and templates are included for you to also make your own. There are 101 writing prompts included!

Every writing prompt is given in three versions: exit tickets or warmups, interactive notebook pages, and a PDF presentation. You will also receive templates to make your own AND a full answer key. There are 5-11 prompts for each unit and an additional 18 general prompts that can be used throughout the school year.

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Some of the prompts include:
- When you make mistakes, what do you do first? Do you make corrections or ask questions? Why or why not?
- When you make mistakes, what do you do first? Do you make corrections or ask questions? Why or why not?
- What is the difference between an expression and an equation
- Write an expression that uses exponents, at least three different operations, and three sets of parentheses. Explain the steps you would take to evaluate the expression.
- Is an equation that has 0 for a solution the same as an equation with no solution? Explain.
- I want to become better at math so that I can. . .
- In what ways can change be represented mathematically?
- Can the graph of a function be a horizontal line? Can the graph of a function be a vertical line? Why or why not?
- Describe the advantages and disadvantages to solving systems of equations by graphing.
- Write the steps that you would use to divide two numbers written in scientific notation. Then, describe how you would write the results in standard form.
- How can you tell, without graphing, whether the graph of a parabola opens up or down?
- How are a function and its inverse related?
- How do you study for a math test? Why do you think that your study methods work? How could you improve them?

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