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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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Using a scatterplot, how to find the correlation coefficient (and how to turn on regression) on a TI-83/84
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this is a 44 page packet of guided notes I used in algebra 1 esl (9th grade) for solving equations. Topics covered include - one step, two step, combining like terms, distributive property, complex equations, identity/no solution. There are warm-ups
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This is a great activity!!! I used it in precalc and students completed almost all 18 problems without complaining. I did it as a competition and gave point values to the different questions. Basically .... they are to find all possible rational
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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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Guided notes designed for ELL learners that accommodate language barriers and gaps in academic background, while respecting the rigor and demands of CCSSM. Each section of notes (7 sections total) have a main idea and i can statement. All notes
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This 4 page guided notes is designed for precalculs/alg. II. The idea is that students explore various power functions and summarize how "k" influences the graph, and how "a" influences the graph. I have used this with my students, and the
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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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Students match the trig function to its corresponding answer All angles are in radians All 6 trig vales are used Major focus on sin, cos, tangent page 1 - answer key (color coordinated) page 2 - student worksheet (mixed up)
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great summary for ap calc ab .... connecting a function with its first and second derivative
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2 sets of notes (can be a two day or one day activity depending on the skill level of your students) 1st day - graph sort and equation sort; students cut out and sort graphs into three groups (linear, exponential and other) and then cut out and sort
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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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