These are the notes and homework assignment that I give to my students to discuss and practice concepts such as the correlation coefficient and whether it is strong, weak, positive or negative. Students are also taught the relationship between
These are guided notes that I use at the beginning of our quadratic unit. These notes show students that basic key features of a graph of quadratics. There is a vocabulary section for students to define the key terms and also to locate them on a
These are the notes that I use to introduce finding slope from two ordered pairs to my students. There are guided examples and it also discusses the difference between and zero and an undefined slope. There is a homework assignment and answer key
This file contains two different resources. The first is guided notes that I use with my students to explain what each "item" does to the function. There are then examples provided for them to practice after they have filled out their notes. There
This file contains 16 examples where students will have to organize them under causation, correlation, and strong/weak positive/negative. You can laminate and use as a class set or students can create their own.
These are notes that I use at the beginning of my unit on Characteristics of Functions. These notes guide the students through vocabulary and introduce them to the Vertical Line test, mapping diagrams, finding domain and range from discrete and
These are notes that I use to introduce graphing in vertex form. They are guided notes that allow you for work through examples with your students. There is also a homework assignment that accompanies this lesson available for purchase. This file is
These are guided notes that I use to introduce multiplying polynomials to my students. In the first few examples, I guide them through box methods. Once they have completed a few, I allow them to choose which method they prefer. Students enjoy
These are guided notes that I use to show my students how to create frequency tables and use them to find probabilities. There is vocabulary included for joint, marginal, and conditional probability.Enjoy!
This is an activity that I created for an end of the year review with my Algebra students. I am always searching for activities to complete as the last few days approach. This one keeps my students engaged while still working on meaningful math that
This file contains two different resources. The first is guided notes used to introduce solving literal equations and guides the students through two examples (one being a traditional equation while the other is literal). There are also more
This is a great activity to get the kids up and moving. I like it because it allows them to immediately know when they have made a mistake as they will not be able to follow the correct path. All systems will be solved using the substitution method.
These are notes and a homework assignment that I use on the first day of introducing adding and subtracting polynomials. The notes are guided and include hints and tips for the students to easily refer back to. There is a homework assignment that
These are guided notes that I use to introduce the basics of domain and range. There are continuous and discrete examples. Mapping diagrams are also discussed. There is a homework assignment that goes along with the notes for the students to
This is a simple practice worksheet where students practice creating scatter plots and calculating the correlation coefficient. After they have done both, they are asked to describe the correlation coefficient.
This is an assessment that I use after studying arithmetic and geometric sequences. It is a combination of short answer, multiply choice, and a discussion question. Students are required to find the common difference or ratio, find the next three
This file contains two different resources. The first is guided notes that I use to introduce the Rational Root Theorem. The examples show the students how to identify all possible rational roots and then to use synthetic division to identify the