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This file contains a set of 16 cards with linear equations in standard form, 16 cards in slope-intercept form, and 16 cards with graphs. Each card in standard form matches to one card in slope-intercept form and another card with a graph.
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Set of 48 total task cards / matching cards. These cards have been designed to be used to review a unit on calculating x- and y-intercepts and using them to graph linear equations.
This allows students to calculate the x- and y-intercepts when

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Students will calculate the slope between two points for two lines and determine if the lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither.
Students will follow the maze to the finish.
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This foldable allows students to learn the keywords for each mathematical operation. There are several examples for each operation for the students to practice translating from a verbal expression to an algebraic expression.
This foldable

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This foldable book contains six word problems. It guides the student in writing the linear equation by having them identify the initial amount, determine whether the measured value is increasing or decreasing, and identify the rate of change.

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This is a great introduction to graphing linear inequalities. Students will see the difference in the graphs for each inequality symbol.
***IMPORTANT!***
To print, choose option to print double-sided on SHORT side. Do NOT choose option to fit or

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Set of 64 total task cards / matching cards. These cards have been designed to be used to review a unit on quadratic functions.
There are sixteen (16) task cards with a quadratic function and its graph. Students will then identify the vertex,

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Set of 60 total task cards / matching cards. These cards have been designed to be used to review a unit on solving systems of equations by graphing
This allows students to transform a system of equations from standard form to slope-intercept

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This PowerPoint contains 15 practice problems. Students will simplify the expressions the teacher projects. The problems increase in difficulty. Great review activity.
The answers appear on the slide following the problem.
Suggestion: Have

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This bundle includes a foldable reviewing domain and range of discrete and continuous graphs. It has four examples of discrete graphs, four examples of continuous (between), and four examples of graphs that are continuous to +/-

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This includes INB pages on steps for graphing linear equations, solving for y, identifying slope and y-intercept, and graphing practice.
I have students cut these pages in half and glue them in their INBs.
Also, this includes a foldable mini-book

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Set of 48 total task cards / matching cards. These cards have been designed to be used to review a unit on writing equations of linear functions. Gives students the opportunity to write equations of lines given a point and slope in point-slope

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Students will learn about parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines (neither).
Teacher can give students the definition for each type. Students are provided with several examples and non-examples of each type.
A graph and set of points for

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Students will be able to take organized notes on finding the equation of a line that is parallel or perpendicular to a given line. Afterwards, they will graph both lines to visually check if the lines are parallel or perpendicular and check if the

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This is my third year teaching Algebra I, and my second year teaching AP Statistics.

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I teach Algebra I, the first math class most students take in high school. I am encouraged by the fact that I lay my students' primary foundation for the rest of the math classes they will take in high school. I believe every student has the capability to learn mathematics, and I implement this belief into my teaching by expecting all students to try and participate.

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