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This is a matching worksheet. Students must match the scenario on the left with the corresponding domain and range on the right. All functions are linear, and both continuous and discrete scenarios are given.
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This is a graphic organizer and practice problems over the 3 types of functions covered in Algebra 1: linear, quadratic, and exponential. On the front side is review over the key attributes of the different types of graphs, including the parent

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Included in this set is 32 cards containing graphs of quadratic functions and a recording sheet. Students must identify different parts of the graphs including: vertex, y-intercept, x-intercepts/zeros/roots, specific function values and more!
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Included in this set are 32 cards containing problems over transformations of linear functions. Students are either given the transformation in function notation, or given the graph, and they must describe the changes. I have also included a tips

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In this bundle you are receiving 8 products at a 20% discount!
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Included in this bundle are:
All 5 of my STAAR Review worksheets - one packet

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This is a foldable for domain and range of linear functions, both continuous and discrete scenarios. The is great for an interactive notebook. Students simply fold the notes in half and glue them in. the inside of the foldable is set up as flow maps

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This foldable covers domain and range of quadratic functions from multiple representations including graphs, tables, equations, and verbal descriptions (in which students will have to sketch a graph of the quadratic given key attributes). It would

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Included in this set is 32 cards containing difference of squares and perfect square trinomials. Students must recognize what type of polynomial is given, and then factor it according to the rules for difference of squares or perfect square

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This is a scavenger hunt activity that includes 16 problems over writing systems of equations from:
-a table
-graph
-verbal description
-real world scenario
You will hang the problems around the room or in the hallway, and students will start at

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Included in this set are 32 cards containing expressions that must be simplified using the laws of exponents, as well as a recording sheet for students to write their answers. Students must use the product of powers, quotient of powers, power of

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Included in this set is 32 cards containing multiple representations such as equations, tables, graphs, and verbal descriptions, in which students must determine whether the relation is linear, quadratic, or exponential.
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Included in this document are 18 cards containing problems and answers. All problems given are graphs, and students must find the domain and range, which are written in various forms (discrete, continuous, and verbal descriptions).
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Included in this document is a partner worksheet where students will be practicing solving for y, or rewriting equations in slope intercept form. The worksheet is split into 2 columns. Problems numbered the same will have the same answer, so

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Included in this set is 32 cards containing graphs of linear functions. Students must identify different parts of the graphs including: slope, y-intercept, x-intercept/zeros, specific function values, equations, and more!
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This is a matching worksheet. There are 16 problems in which students must determine the domain and range of quadratic functions in various representations including graphs, tables, verbal descriptions and word problems.
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Included in this set is 32 cards containing multiple representations (tables, graphs, mapping diagrams, verbal descriptions and equations) in which students must find the domain and range. Only discrete data is included in this set.
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Included in this set are 16 cards containing graphs, tables, and word problems in which students must write the exponential equation representing the situation, as well as a recording sheet for students to write their answers.
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Included in this download is three foldables and three half sheets of practice problems over linear transformations in function notation. The foldables are as follows:
1. vertical transforations: discover the effects on the graph of f(x)=x on af(x)

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught for almost 11 years, with Algebra being my favorite subject! I have taught grades 8, 9, and 10, and am currently teaching 9th grade Regular and Pre-AP Algebra 1. I have been on numerous curriculum writing committees covering every level including ESL and RTI. I am involved in many aspects of my school, and I enjoy supporting the AVID program!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am going into my fifth year of using interactive notebooks with my students and I absolutely love them! Many of my former students have come back telling me that they use them in their upper level math classes. I also make foldable, use cooperative learning strategies and graphic organizers. I use a lot of color and try to get my students to talk and write about math as much as possible. I incorporate technology when it benefits my students, and I encourage them to solve problems using multiple representations.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Nominated for Teacher of the Year multiple times

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from Honors from the University of Texas at Austin

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I live in Texas with my husband and two cats. When I am not creating engaging activities for my students, I am crocheting, gardening, cooking, birding, or binge watching Netflix!