A fun, creative, high-energy game to review or reteach linear equations, graphing, direct variation and more! Do you have the GOLDEN TICKET??
Students first complete a "review" sheet to refresh concepts taught with linear equations: slope,
This classroom project can take up to two class periods, where you create a graphic organizer to explain step by step how to graph inequalities and systems of inequalities. The insturction has built-in processing time, allowing students to better
Standardized tests like to ask questions about functions, domain and range - it's a trick! Will your students choose the correct dependent variable given an input? Teach them to get around those tricks and have a good understanding of vocabulary
This lesson teaches students in a creative and fun way how to convert fractions to decimals, how to convert halves to a whole, and asks questions like, "how many pints are in a gallon?" Students will walk through each unit of conversion and build
Students spend an insane amount of time solving equations and will be able to do them effortlessly! Once you get to inequalities, some students do not connect it is the same process as equations and just fall apart! This activity will help bridge
If you are bored with paper and pencil notes, your students probably are too! Foldables are a way to present the same notes in a much more dynamic fashion that encourages participation, as well as giving students time to absorb information.