# Autumn Harris

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United States - Ohio - Galloway
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 "Just because you were bad at math in the past, doesn't mean you have to be bad in the future"

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I use this review the day before Thanksgiving break. It covers Solving Systems of Equations. Students will have to use elimination, substitution and graphing methods to solve the systems. As students complete each section, they earn the body
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This is a great way to predict quadratic transformations and then see the actual movement via Desmos Calculator. Students will look at a quadratic equation and predict how the change of a, h and k will affect the graph. Once they have predicted the
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This download is a quick way to practice or review whether or not a set of ordered pairs is a function or just a relation. Students will have to roll a pair of dice (or use virtual dice online) to create a set of ordered pairs. From that set, they
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This review will have students up and moving around the room to solidify their understanding of graphing lines when given information such as slope or points, and writing equations in: 1) Slope intercept Form 2) Point Slope Form 3) Standard Form
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During this investigation, students will use the calculator/graph on Desmos.com. First, they will take a pre-test that will assess their knowledge of the basics of vertex-form equation. Next, they will following a series of steps to discover the
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I use this review the day before Thanksgiving break. It covers the following topics: 1) Multi Step Equations 2) Solving and Graphing Inequalities 3) Graphing Equations As students complete each section, they earn the body parts of the turkey. I
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I use this RR pass with my High Schoolers and I love it! Each quarter they get 4 RR/Drink passes. If they need to use a 5th, they have to have a C in the class. If they want to use a 6th, they have to have a B. If they want to use a 7th, they have
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This discovery lesson utilizes desmos.com calculator to help students discover the differences between graphing an equation vs. graphing an inequality. Students will discover solid vs. dotted lines and when/where shading occurs. There are also
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This can be used as a follow up lesson from "Discovery - Graphing Equations vs. Inequalities" (https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Discovery-Graphing-Equations-vs-Inequalities-3498628) OR as a single lesson to practice the components of
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8 Years of livin the dream!

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Flipped classroom where students learn at their own "appropriate pace."

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