# Kennedy's Classroom Resources

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In this riddle worksheet, students will practice solving trigonometric equations. Students are instructed to give their answers in radians. The student directions on the worksheet state: Solve each of the problems below on the interval [0, 2Ï€).
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In this twist on a crossword puzzle, students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational expressions. When teaching this topic in my own classroom, my collection of resources was limited. I created this worksheet to
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In this resource, students will practice solving rational equations. Only prep work is to make copies! (Recommend to copy the worksheet double-sided, since it is 2 pages, and then copy the grid separately.) Once students have solved each problem,
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In this worksheet, students will practice synthetic division in a fun Sudoku puzzle. Materials included: Sudoku puzzle Solutions The student directions on the puzzle state: On a separate sheet of paper, solve each problem and place the remainder
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In this activity, students will practice the properties of logarithms. They will need to know the Product Rule, the Quotient Rule, and the Power Rule. For this "square puzzle", students will begin by cutting out the 16 squares. Then they must
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In this worksheet, students will practice asymptotes in a fun Sudoku puzzle. Concepts include: - vertical asymptotes - horizontal asymptotes - domain of a rational function Materials included: Sudoku puzzle Solutions The student directions on the
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These notes, in the style of a graphic organizer, can be used to introduce simple and compound interest. Students will practice modeling financial word problems using the two different formulas. This resource includes examples and "You-Dos" (student
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This product is an independent activity to follow up a lesson on amplitude and period. It incorporates a little bit of art as well! Student Directions: 1. Identify the amplitude and period of each function. 2. Choose 5 functions to graph. 3.
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These notes, in the style of a graphic organizer, can be used to introduce the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines (also known as the Sine Rule and Cosine Rule). The notes include examples and "You-Dos" (student practice problems). Complete lesson!
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In this worksheet, students will practice logarithms in a fun Sudoku puzzle. Logarithm concepts include: - rewriting in exponential and log form - solving a logarithmic equation - identifying a missing value - expanding a logarithm Materials
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In this resource, students will practice function operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying, and composition). Only prep work is to make copies! (Recommend to copy the worksheet double-sided, since it is 2 pages, and then copy the grid.) Once
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With the adoption of the Common Core curriculum, a new topic added to Algebra 2 is sequences. Lacking resources, I created these Guided Notes to introduce the explicit formulas for Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences. There are examples, "You-Dos"
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In this worksheet, students will practice solving quadratics in a fun Sudoku puzzle. The students can solve each problem by factoring, graphing, or the quadratic formula. Materials included: Sudoku puzzle Solutions The student directions on the
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In this activity, students will practice evaluating expressions from the Unit Circle. They will need to know the trigonometric values for the common angles, as well as the measure of the angle in radians and degrees. For this "square puzzle",
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In this riddle worksheet, students will practice solving absolute value inequalities. The student directions on the worksheet state: Solve each of the problems below. Locate the answer at the bottom, and shade in the corresponding box. Once all
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These notes, in the style of a graphic organizer, can be used to introduce exponential growth and decay. In addition to the general equation y = ab^x, these notes also introduce the formula for compound interest. Students will practice using these
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This activity allows students to practice the Trigonometric Identities. Students will be using the Pythagorean Identities and Reciprocal Identities to find the three matching pieces that form a triangle. Materials included: Scrabbled Sheet â€“ 2
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In this fun activity, students will practice the trigonometric identities. This resource can be used as a warm-up for recall from the previous day's lesson or a closing activity to reinforce the topic. You could have students work in pairs or
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This product is my all-time favorite review resource to use with my students! I created this 8-page review packet during my first year of teaching Algebra 2. With North Carolina's adoption of the Common Core, I have modified it each year to what it
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This activity allows students to practice the Trigonometric Identities with the help of their peers. Students will specifically use the Pythagorean Identities and Reciprocal Identities. In this People Search, begin by having students complete one
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My name is Lindsey Kennedy, and my husband (Boomer) and I have been teachers for several years at different high schools in a large school district in NC. Boomer has taught predominantly US History; I have taught mostly Algebra 2 (Common Core 3), as well as Advanced Functions and Modeling, Pre-Calculus, and IB Math Studies. Through our combined experiences, we have a wide range of lessons both in history and math. We joined TpT in February 2014 and are excited to share our resources with other teachers!

MY TEACHING STYLE

My resources are reflective of my hands-on teaching style. I love for my students to have an active role in the learning process! In my classroom, a typical class period will have a short time of guided notes, followed by a fun, engaging activity where the students practice their new knowledge.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Masters in Education, NC Teaching Fellow

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from the University of North Carolina Greensboro with my BS in Mathematics and Teacher Licensure for Grades 9-12. I also have my Master of Arts in Education from Wake Forest University. Boomer graduated with his degree in Social Studies Education from Wake Forest University and a Masters in School Administration from UNCG. He is currently pursuing his EdD!

Boomer and I have been married for four years. We share our common passion for education, and many evenings are spent detailing the events of our days. A perk of both being in education: we enjoy traveling together in the summer!

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