Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length preview.
These math journal activities/scaffolded notes are perfect for Algebra II, Pre-Calculus or Integrated Math students. They can be used for introduction of topics or to reflect/review what you have covered in class discussion. The problems listed in this activity packet build nicely on each other if introduced in the order that they appear. Our students enjoy filling them out and organizing them in their math journals so that they can refer back to them throughout the year. These activities are a great way to promote writing in math. Keys are included for reference.
Scaffolded Note Sheets with Sample Teacher Keys for the following:
Review: Properties of Exponents
Simplifying Exponential Expressions
Evaluating Exponential Expressions
Radicals and Rational Exponents
Graph an Exponential Function
Graph an Exponential Inequality
Formulas: Population Growth/Decline and Value of Investments
What is e?
Formulas with e: Exponential Growth/Decay (e)/Continuously Compounded Interest (e)/Compound Interest
Converting between Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
Properties of Logarithms
Expanding Expressions with Common Logarithms
Change of Base Formula
Using Logarithms to Solve Exponential Equations
Converting Logarithms to Natural Logarithms
The Inverse of Ln
Use a Natural Logarithm to Solve an Exponential or Logarithmic Equation.
Formula: Doubling Time of an Investment
Plus 13 Interactive Math Notebook Foldable Activities and 14 Quick Checks for Understanding.
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Algebra 2 Bundle
Pre-Calculus Add on for Algebra 2 INB Bundle
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