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Students will:
-Identify key features of graphs of quadratic functions.
-Graph quadratic functions in standard form using a table of values.
-Graph quadratic functions from standard form by finding the axis of symmetry, vertex, and

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-Explore the effects of transformations on quadratic functions as compared to the parent function
-Graph quadratic functions in vertex form
-Describe translations, dilations, and reflections of quadratic functions
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A handy guide for students to reference while practicing transformations of quadratic functions (graphing from vertex form).
I use this graphic organizer as a way to review the concepts before assessments. It can also be given at the beginning of

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Students will learn to simplify square roots involving multiplication and division of radicals as well as radicals with variables.
Start by reviewing the prerequisite skills (prime factorization, perfect squares, ordering square roots from least to

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Students will:
â€¢ Find and correct errors involving multiplication,
quotient, zero, and negative properties of exponents
(not rational exponents).
I use these task cards as a station activity. While one group is working on these error analysis task

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Students will solve linear systems using the elimination method.
In this partner activity, students are given a different set of problems with the same solutions. Partners solve problems and compare solutions. If they don't match, they must do

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Assess your students' understanding of exponential growth by engaging them in this fun "Math in the News!" activity! Students will graph and write an exponential growth function from a real world problem involving Snapchat app users. Students will

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A handy chart for students to refer to again and again. Includes property names, symbols, examples, and practice problems.
Reference chart includes:
Product of Powers, Power of a Power, Power of a Product
Quotient of Powers, Power of a

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Students will:
Simplify square roots with integer radicands
Multiply and simplify square roots
Simplify square roots with variable radicands
After introducing simplifying radicals, pair students and assess their understanding by having them

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Translating Verbal and Algebraic Expressions
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Translate verbal to algebraic expressions and vice versa.
Use this activity to review translating expressions with students. I like to use groups of 2-3. Teachers: copy the card set back

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Get students out of their seats and engaged in quadratic functions! Students will analyze a situation in which a paper airplane is thrown from different heights. Then theyâ€™ll throw their own airplanes and collect and analyze the data!
This is a

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Introduce students to identifying parts of expressions, translating algebraic expressions, and comparing algebraic expressions.
Students will:
-Identify variables, coefficients, terms, and constants in algebraic expressions.
-Rewrite algebraic

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Students will:
-Evaluate numerical expressions using the order of operations.
-Evaluate algebraic expressions for specific values for each variable.
Guide students through the steps for evaluating expressions using the order of operations. Example

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Students will practice solving systems by graphing, substitution, and elimination. They will look for patterns to determine which method is the most convenient and/or accurate to use for a specific problem.
After teaching all three methods of

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Students will:
-Simplify expressions using the properties of exponents (multiplication, power of a power, quotient, zero, negative, rational)
-Simplify square roots
-Simplify radicals (including cube roots and 4th roots)
This chart is organized

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What happens when the population becomes too big to support with our current food supply? We eat insects!
Students need prior knowledge of linear functions. They need to be able to find slopes and y-intercepts and use them to write linear

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Practice using ratios and proportions in the context of the historical Oregon Trail! Convert units, use distance=(rate)(time), and practice forming a strong argument using mathematical evidence!
Depending on the level of the students, this activity

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Students will:
-Evaluate numerical expressions (including integer exponents and grouping symbols) using the order of operations
I use this as review for my high school algebra 1 students. If you print the 2 pages back-to-back and cut down the

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Engage students by connecting math content to hot topics and recent happenings around the world!
Each activity is related to an article (link included) and is aligned with Common Core Standards.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2

MY TEACHING STYLE

Taking students BEYOND procedural knowledge and engaging them in application using real world problems.

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GRADES

5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

SUBJECTS

English Language Arts, Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Science, Environment, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Writing, Holidays/Seasonal, St. Patrick's Day