# Marissa Rodriguez

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I give these problems to the students to give them practice on identifying the domain and range in word problems. You are given a word problem, and the student is required to 1. identify which variable represents the domain and which identifies the
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I use these notes to introduce students to graphing linear inequalities. All of these inequalities are given in slope-intercept form and the student is required to graph it using the correct type of line and proper shading. I go over what type of
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I use this game as a fun way to review Algebra 1: function or not a function, domain and range, and graphing linear equations. I have the students sit in groups. I mentioned instructions in document, but another option is to have every team starts
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This worksheet gives students practice with finding the domain and range of relations and graphs. Also, has students decide whether relations represent a function or not.
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These notes give students an introduction to exponential functions. These notes also cover exponential decay and growth, including mention of the form for exponential function f(x) = a(1 + r)x and f(x) = a(1 â€“ r)x. Great simple notes that cover the
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These notes go over how to graph linear inequalities, including those in standard form. These notes address TEKS: A.3(D) and A.2(H). A3(D): Graph the solution set of linear inequalities in two variables on the coordinate plane. A.2(H) Write linear
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This Homework assignment goes with my Linear Transformations Notes. This homework assignment has students manipulate the y-intercept and slope of linear parent functions. This homework assignment also has Standardized Test-Like questions related to
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These notes give students a good intro on linear transformations from the parent function y=x. Each problem gives students the graphed parent function and as a class, I go over how to graph transformations using a color pencil of some sort. Great
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I use these notes to go teach the students how to identify the domain and range in word problems. You are given a word problem, and the student is required to 1. identify which variable represents the domain and which identifies the range and 2.
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These notes give students a good introduction to domain and range. It also covers how to find domain and range from a mapping, table, discrete graph, and continuous graph. There are a total of 8 example problems. Also, has student write out the word
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I use this short guided notes worksheet to help students identify the key features of a linear function (slope, y-intercept, x-intercept, zeros, a point) and also has them describe
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I use these notes to introduce the distributive property to students and give them practice problems to implement the distributive property. These notes include fractions and decimals as well.
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These notes go over transformations of linear functions: how a linear function is affected when adding/subtracting/multiplying and dividing to the x variable. This also includes graphs to show the students how the graph changes visually.
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I place these inserts on students desk each week with current vocabulary terms and topics we are covering in class. Helps them recall definitions quickly when they forget. This set includes coefficient, constant, like terms, distributive property.
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These worksheets provide the students with 5 freyer models that introduce students to the Product of powers, quotient of powers, power to a power, zero exponent, and negative exponents. Great for scaffolded notes and a glue in to their binders.
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These problems give students practice over multiplying and dividing rational expressions. Some of the problems are already factored just needing to be simplified and some must be factored and simplified as well. This worksheet consists of 12
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These notes go over how to find the slope of a linear equation given 2 points or a table. The students are introduced to the point slope formula here. Also has a challenge question involving variables in the point slope formula
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I use this game as a fun way to review Algebra 2 operations of polynomials: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing polynomials. Also has a few questions on exponents as well. I have the students sit in groups. Every team starts out with 10
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I play this game with students as a group activity to review Domain, Range, Function Notation, 1 and 2 variable equations, and Domain and Range in Word Problems. There is a total of 10 questions. For each correct answer, the group gets a point.
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These notes give students a good introduction to rate of change/slope. It goes over what rate of change/slope means and how to find it given an equation or graph using rise/run. Great and straight-forward notes.
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