# bestBAng

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Great for learning centers, DI, and independent grouping! I used this activity as one of my learning centers a day after I taught congruent figures to my 8th graders (btw, they loved it!). I had some in pairs and some in groups of three. I didn't
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Great for direct instruction and student engagement! I used this foldable to review and reteach angle relations to my 8th graders. This made a great mini-lesson because I was able to review this lesson with my Angle Relations PPT (go download it for
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I used this foldable when I first introduced reflections to my eighth graders. They were able to see the patterns in the numbers when reflecting an object over the x- and y- axes. Two examples are provided for each axis being reflected.
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I use this tool when I first introduce sequences to my 8th graders. I use it as an extension piece to challenge my students, as well as an introduction piece to sequencing with transformations. In this activity, students will plot the pre-image and
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Great for centers, DI, and independent grouping! I used this activity with my 8th graders after teaching similar figures. Students were put into groups of no more than three to find four pairs of similar figures. They had to use proportional
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Great for remediating and introducing! I enjoyed doing this foldable with my 8th graders. Not only did I give them the rules, but I also gave examples to show why the rules work. The feedback that I got from my students was great, as many of them
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This interactive foldable demonstrates the angles-sum theorem and how it can be used to find the value of missing angles.
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Great for review or teaching! I used this interactive notebook activity to review and reteach the coordinate plane for my 8th graders in preparation for the G.1-G.4 standards on Transformations. I loved it, and my students really enjoyed it. This
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Great for direct instruction and student engagement! I used this powerpoint to review and reteach angle relations to my 8th graders. This made a great mini-lesson because I was able to review this lesson with my Angle Relations interactive notebook
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I love teaching, with style and pizzazz! The best way I know to teach math is with interactive activities that I use to teach my students and for my students to use to refer back to in their interactive notebook. I call it the Best BAng! because my interactive activities are centered around the students and based on those rigorous common core math standards.

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