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This is a FUN activity that my algebra 1 ESL students loved. You eat a tootsie pop and measure the circumference of the pop every minute. After 7-8 minutes, you stop (and finally get to the center of the tootsie pop), and make a scatter plot. These

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Graphic organizer for trig identities
reciprocal, quotient, Pythagorean, cofunction, odd/even, sum/difference, double angle, power-reducing, half angle, law of sine and law of cosine (graphic organizer for ambiguous case), pictures for when to use

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provides blank table of values and graph space for students to graph the 6 trig function
domain, range, symmetry of each function is pair with each trig function
for each of the reciprocal functions, I put an image of the reciprocal and original

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Inverse Trig Cheat Sheet - everything a Trig/Pre-Calc/Alg. II student needs to navigate the lovely would of inverse trig. I used this in precalc and they loved it .... They were finally making some decent connections.

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Day 1 - making a scatter plot and identifying types of correlation
Day 2 - make a scatter plot and finding the line of best fit
Day 3 - finding the line of best fit and using the line of best fit to make predictions about the data
Each set of notes

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3 days of notes covering - evaluating exponential word problems, exponential growth and exponential decay
Includes warm-up, notes & on your own, exit ticket for growth and decay, page of review of exponent laws/properties
Designed for ELL/ESL

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This is the entire chapter for my ESL algebra 1 class and Credit Recovery Algebra 1 class. There is additional vocabulary and concept support throughout the notes. These would also work for an inclusion classroom.
topics (in order):
classifying

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page 1 - 6 basic trig ratios, special triangles, reference triangles
page 2 - summary of angles (positive, negative, coterminal)
page 3-4 - 6 trig graphs
page 5 - trig values for 0-2pi, all 6 trig ratios
page 6 - trig reference sheet (I used this to

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page 1 - definitions of 6 trig functions, 2 major reference triangles, inverse trig functions, domain and range of inverse trig functions
page 2- unit circle (all major angles (deg/rad) and coordinates), short cuts for sin/cos, short cuts for side

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These are the chapter 9 notes (solving quadratics)
#1 - solve by graphing
#2 - square root intro
#3 - solve by square root
#4 - solve by factoring/zero product property
#5 - review day
#6 - quadratic formula day 1
#7 - quadratic formula day 2
#8 -

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great summary for ap calc ab .... connecting a function with its first and second derivative

This walks students through how to graph a piece-wise defined function using their TI-83/84 calculator.

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This is a set of guided notes for students to complete (on their own, with some assistance, if necessary) for discovering the pattern of end behavior for polynomials. I used wolfram alpha for students to expand and graph the polynomials ...
There is

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I started teaching in 2009 at an urban high school. I absolutely love my school and my students - they are the best! Currently, I teach Algebra 2 ESL, precalculus and AP Calculus AB.

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Lecture, group work, video lecture (flipping the classroom), guided notes

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I went to college, had fun, got a few degrees, some I use, some I don't, graduated, found a job I love, and rock the teaching gig 180 days a year.

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