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# Actively Engaged Classroom

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 Making math exciting and fun.

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Students will solve single variable inequalities and match puzzle pieces to make a halloween shape.
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Working with a partner, one partner uses substitution and the other elimination to solve a system. Partner then check work to get the same answer.
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Students will match the graph of a square root function its equation. I used this as a warm-up activity
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A project designed to summarize the transformations, characteristics, and domain and range of the parent functions. Allows students to be creative.
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Reviewing and identifying the graphs of exponential and logarithmic functions.
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The teacher will give the students clues to find a hidden piece of candy within 3 coordinate planes. Students must graph a system of inequalities to narrow down the search area, then a system of equations to pinpoint the location of the candy.
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There are 8 stations around the room with a linear inequality at each station. Students will rotate from station to station graphing each inequality.
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Place graphs around the classroom. Students will start at a graph of their chose and determine the equation of the line. The students will then find the correct equation another paper somewhere in the room. When they find the correct answer, they
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Students will solve linear systems by graphing by hand and using the graphing calculator.
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Scatter plot activity for identifying domain and range, correlation and finding slope and line of best fit.
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Students practice graphing linear functions and finding slope of lines to determine if they are parallel, perpendicular or neither.
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Each student will write a set of ordered pairs on a sticky note. Then students will trade sticky notes and find the inverse of each other's relation. The activity is set up to model a speed dating session. the students are given a minute to find
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Tape graphs around the room. Students partner up and find the equation of each graph. The students will write their answer on a piece of paper and fold it to hide the answer then tape it to the board. All answers are anonymous. At the end of the
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students work with partner to solve problems involving rational functions. They must check the work of their partner and initial before moving on.
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4 years of High school math with subjects including: Algebra 1 Pre-ap and regular Algebra 2 Geometry and Pre-AP geometry Pre-Calculus Calculus Statistics

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