# Amanda Lee

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In this short activity, students will simplify and calculate expressions with radical exponents or radicals without using a calculator. Along the way they will learn some facts about the Winter Olympic Games. This will probably take the students
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Students will use their knowledge of percents and fractions to calculate and decode a message about the upcoming Super Bowl between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots. Basic understanding of fractions and percents is required.
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Students will multiply or divide monomials which include negative exponents. The problems and answers are on puzzle pieces. They will cut out the puzzle pieces and assemble the puzzle by matching the problem number to the answer. Students will
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Students are introduced to exponential decay by using a cup of M & M candies which are poured out and sorted into two groups: ones that land with the "M" up and ones that land with the "M" down. They remove one of the groups (eat the candies)
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A worksheet on practicing basic percent change problems. Appropriate for classwork or homework. Answers included at end.
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This is a scavenger hunt where students work in small groups to solve problems and then walk to find the answers posted in your classroom. Ten problems total which cover factoring trinomials by AC method, factoring by GCF, factoring by grouping,
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In this activity partners work side by side to calculate slope. They calculate two different problems at the same time and then compare answers. The students should get the same answers except for two of the problems. This is a short activity,
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Football statistics are used to calculate percent change. Line of best fit is determined using statistics and a graphing calculator. Appropriate for 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades.
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Students will calculate a fractional part of a word using their knowledge of fractions and percents to decode a Valentine's Day message. The message (answer) to be solved is "SPECIAL PEOPLE ARE VERY FEW. WHO IS SPECIAL? THAT WOULD BE YOU."
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This powerpoint presentation asks some basic pre-algebra and Algebra I questions as well as some random questions about the winter holidays. Students may respond using an individual white board. Works well with groups or individually. Keeps it
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This worksheet describes how students can create their own Study Buddy for the Rules of Exponents when preparing for a quiz or test. The teacher can grade the Study Buddy and use it as an additional quiz grade.
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Students will solve 7 problems using either the quadratic formula or completing the square. They will be asked to calculate the discriminant and determine the number of solutions. These are fairly basic problems but will probably take an average
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Students will practice calculating percents from words to decode a message. The letters will form a message for Boston Red Sox fans! This is a 10-15 minute activity. Answer key included.
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