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2 Part activity about translating Inequalities from Word Problems. Students can sort the key words such as "Maximum of" and "At Least" into columns labeled with the inequality signs. Then they can go through and start writing the inequalities.

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Transforming Standard Form Linear equations into Slope Intercept form equations has always been a struggle for students. This activity has students physically picking up terms and moving them, changing the signs and cutting pieces apart to

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Students are given a page of Linear Inequality Graphs. They must go through the Inequalities given and pick the graph that represents the solution set. They can reason through some by narrowing down using their knowledge of Dashed/Solid Line,

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These puzzles show 4 different representations of slope. Students will find the slope of all 4 and match the like ones together. The printout is the key, so be sure to pre-cut these as a class set before handing them to the students.
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This activity provides students with specific characteristics and they have to sketch the parabola and using their knowledge of symmetry and other facts, they have to answer the question.
Ex. Given the axis of symmetry is x = 3 and One root is

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Students will discover the difference between a linear relationship and a non-linear (quadratic) relationship by writing and graphing data gathered from the perimeter and area of a rectangle.

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The objective of this activity is to get students to identify operation words. This kind of activity is usually best right before a unit on writing equations or expressions from word problems. When you are done with the cards, you could tape them

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Teacher examples of graphing Linear Inequalities and examples for students to try. There is a checklist for each problem that students can go through to decide if the line will be dashed or solid and if they will

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This activity will help students discovery when they need to flip the inequality sign during solving inequalities. There are guiding questions for the teacher to ask the students after the activity is complete.

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Students will Explore what verbal description, table and graphs go together in a real world context and connect each one with the slope. This activity is set up like a 5E model. There are concepts that can be discussed besides just slope, such as

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This foldable has a great choice of questions that would be asked when finding the equations of Perpendicular and Parallel Lines. It shows a great visual for students when they are trying to remember what happens to the slopes for each of them.

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

6 years teaching High School Algebra 1/ Participation in Curriculum writing and TEA EOC Item Review

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Hands on / Groups / Foldables / Teaching worksheets where students have to try on their own by using examples and reasoning.

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Rookie teacher of the year- 1st year of teaching Asked to lead training sessions for other teachers during Inservice

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors of Science in Applied Mathematics Some courses towards a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction

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