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Printable Notes, Assignments, Extra Practice, and a Quiz:
â™¦ Notes â€“ Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines (2 pages)
â™¦ Assignment â€“ Slopes of Parallel & Perpendicular Lines (2 pages)
â™¦ Notes â€“ Write Equations of Parallel & Perpendicular

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Problem Cards are given to be cut out by the teacher. Students work in partners to answer the cards by using the Distance Formula, the Midpoint Formula, or the Pythagorean Theorem.
Students place the cards on a Student Answer Board as they work

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This activity has pictures of angles that students will decide what category they fall in. The categories for single angles are:
Acute angle, Obtuse angle, Right angle or Straight angle
The categories for angle pairs are:
Adjacent angles,

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Graphing Calculator activity for teacher lead discussion, or small group discovery. Four pages to use for student work. Answer keys provided.

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This activity includes distribution, combining like terms, and solving equations where the variables are all on one side. Students use cut-out cards to show steps from start to finish.
Instructions - 2 pages
Examples - 2 pages
Student Cards - 6

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This activity is for students to identify what signs are on the integers (same signs, different signs), then decide if they should add or subtract, and decide on the sign of the answer.
The written out rules are to be cut out and glued by the

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Find the slope of a line given two points, use the point-slope form to find the linear equation, transform the equation to slope-intercept form, and match it to a graph.
Included in this activity:
2 Posters with Slope, Slope-intercept form &

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Topics in this packet:
Function Notation, how to tell if something is a function, domain and range, word problems with function, and more
There are 3 documents intended for Notes and 3 documents for Assignments -- all ready to print

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Given linear equations in Standard form, students will transform the equations into Slope-intercept form, then graph them.
Activity Cards:
10 Standard Form, 10 Slope-intercept Form, 10 Graphs

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In this activity, students will:
1) Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find missing sides of a right triangle. If it is not a whole number answer, it will be left as a simplified radical expression.
2) Multiply radical expressions
3) Square

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This activity uses descriptions of angle measures that are complementary, supplementary, or have an angle bisector.
Included:
1) 24 cards to match the "given" information, the diagram, and the equation (8 sets of problems in the cards)
2)

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This activity is intended for more practice after students have already learned: integer rules, evaluating, combining like terms, distributing, and translating algebraic phrases.
Includes -- cards to be cut out for students to check answers on a

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The card activity is designed for extra practice after already learning these concepts:
-- Evaluating
-- Simplifying with Distributive Property & Combine Like Terms
-- Translate Algebraic Expressions
-- Solve Equations : 2-step, combine

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This Activity is meant to review:
1) evaluating functions,
2) determining domain and range from a
given function
3) solve literal equations for a certain
variable
Included -- set of 24 Problem Cards to cut out and an Answer card with 24

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Review sheet -- 16 problems
-- write equations of lines from table, graph, other given information
-- identify slope from table, equation, graph
-- identify y-intercept from equation
-- change parameters of an equation
Answer Bank to choose from

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

30 years total experience: 8th grade math 8th and 9th grade Algebra 1 10th grade Geometry

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I use a variety of styles: Direct teach with specialized Notes and Assignments Cooperative Grouping and working in pairs Card Activities and other hands on type activities I think communication within the classroom is extremely important between students as well as between the teacher and students.

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Teacher of the Year for my campus: 2004, 2007, 2014

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