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This is a comprehensive study sheet of Algebra 1 designed for students to study prior to the STAAR test. It covers lines, quadratics, exponential functions, and other important information that is imperative for STAAR preparation. The best thing
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This is a quick reference sheet to be completed with students that describes the transformations of exponential functions, including domain, range and horizontal asymptotes.
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Students are the zookeepers and an animal has escaped. Students must solve exponential equations using logs. With each answer they find they verify that an animal is safe in the zoo! There will be one answer they don't use, which will tell the
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One of the villains from our beloved animated movies has stolen a calculator! With this activity students will determine the transformations of linear and quadratic functions in function notation and match these transformations to their graphs. With
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This is a quick reference sheet to be completed with students that describes the transformations of cubic functions, including domain and range,
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This is a quick reference sheet to be completed with students that describes the transformations of quadratic functions, including domain, range, vertex and axis of symmetry.
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This is a quick reference sheet to be completed with students that describes the transformations of absolute value functions, including domain, range, vertex and axis of symmetry.
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An escape room - but digital!!! With this fun activity students will spend a class period reviewing factoring while trying to solve five puzzles!! There are over 30 problems that include difference of perfect squares, trinomials where a=1 and
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Some one has killed Mr. Line and the students must evaluate functions to find the guilty person! The students must evaluate four different functions for various values of x and use these to help solve the mystery. There are eight different forms of
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This is a flow chart for transformations of functions that can be used to help students determine how each transformation effects the graph of the parent function. One side of the graphic organizer is the effects if it is inside the parentheses, the
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These flashcards are designed for students to study as they prepare for the Algebra 1 STAAR test. There is critical vocabulary words that are defined or illustrated to help reinforce students vocabulary, which is critical to success on the STAAR.
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This is a quick reference sheet to be completed with students that describes the transformations of logarithmic functions, including domain, range and vertical asymptotes.
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Students must create the graph of a word using lines and by restricting the domain and range of the lines. This is done digitally through Desmos which allows students to save their progress on the graphs. It helps them understand the concepts of
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This solving equations activity has a variety of equations that include the following -fractions (in problems and answers) -decimals (in problems and answers) -distribution -variables on both sides -variables on one side -infinite solutions -no
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Students must graph 14 different lines to create a stained glass window. This assignment is differentiated in three different forms: 1) All equations in slope-intercept form 2) All equations in standard form 3) Students are given 7 equations in
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This is a quick reference sheet to be completed with students that describes the transformations of functions including radicals, their domain and range.
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This bundles includes transformations reference pages for each of the functions that are covered in Algebra 2 Absolute Value
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This page is designed to be walked through with students to help them see how all the pieces of a rational function effect the graph. This discusses holes, horizontal and slant asympotes, vertical asymptotes, x-intercepts, domain and range.
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A fun twist on finding the attributes of quadratics from vertex form!! There are 30 forms of this bingo card - all of them with the same problems and information, just rearranged so each card is different! Students are given the bingo card and have
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What better way to find solutions to systems of linear equations than to go speed dating?!?!?! Students are given a date card in which they must first write down some information about themselves (their linear equation in standard form) and then
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am in my 13th year as a high school math teacher and I have taught Algebra 1, Math Models, TAKS Prep, PreAP Algebra 2, Algebra 2, Inclusion Algebra 1, and Students leadership in a traditional classroom. I was also in a non-traditional classroom for 2 years where I facilitated online learning for math and had students simultaneously enrolled in Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Math Models, Independent Math Studies, and Pre-Cal.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love fill in the blank notes, in-class video lessons where students have individual access to the lesson through a computer or iPad, and activities - all the activities!!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a bachelors in math from McMurry University and a masters in Math Leadership from Texas A&M. WHOOP!

I'm a pirate by day, and night, and on the weekends too. "Now and then we had a hope that if we lived and were good, God would permit us to be pirates." Mark Twain, Life on the Mississippi