This is a fun way to keep students engaged when practicing dividing polynomials in Algebra 1 or Algebra 2. The students can use method (synthetic or long) to get the correct answer. Color by number key is attached.
Student will work in partners to solve polynomial functions using the factor theorem and remainder theorem. Together they will pick a task card. They will solve the task card individually. Then, they will check the answer by scanning the QR code. If
This is a QR code scavenger hunt activity that requires students to solve for the area under a normal standard distribution curve given the z-score.
Print out the pages and hang around the classroom in a random order, creating 15
Students practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational expressions. They match the numerator (what shape to color) and the denominator (what letter to color) to complete a geometric design.
End the year off with a fun relay race in your Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 class. Students sit in teams of 5 and the answer from the first question is needed to solve the second question which is needed to solve the third questions etc. Students love
This activity is for students to work in partner pairs based on cooperative learning best practices. The students will practice Simplifying Radical Functions with Radical and Rational exponents. Answers are included.
Directions: Each pair will
Cooperative learning has increased student engagement in my classroom. Download these table mats to implement engagement structures into your classroom. This includes 8 mats (Teams 1-8) in 15 different colors. Choose one color for your entire
This includes 13 task cards with questions about axis of symmetry, vertex, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, writing functions from tables and key features. The answers to the questions are included on the accompanying slide.
An excellent graphic organizer to use with students when studying the steps for graphing quadratic functions in standards, intercepts, and vertex form. This includes the blank student version and the filled in key.
15 station cards include questions on Quadratic Functions, Polynomial Functions, Rational Functions, and Radical Functions. Answers are included via the QR code. A student answer sheet is provided on the last page.
Make practice fun with this scavenger hunt! Students work through 12 factoring problems posted around the room. Mix them up before posting in order for a better "hunt!" Students will find the answer to the card on the bottom right corner of ANOTHER
This activity enforces students to work together utilizing missing values. The teacher gives the students the “blank” copy. Each time their entire group has solved a problem they must raise their hand and the teacher will give them the next “blank”