Math by the Mountain

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Help your students visualize the solving process for the three methods of solving systems of linear equations: graphing, substitution, and elimination. Includes: *Solving by Graphing Flowchart Graphic Organizer (full, half, and mini-book sizes).
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Help your students visualize the solving process for the substitution method of solving systems of linear equations. Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through a problem, even if it is their first time using this method.
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Help your students practice solving literal equations in a fun, self-checking coloring activity that is perfect for fall and Halloween! This product includes 12 self-checking problems that instruct students how to color ("carve") their pumpkins.
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Help your students visualize the solving process for the elimination method of solving systems of linear equations. Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through a problem, even if it is their first time using this method.
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Help your students visualize the solving process for one-variable, multi-step equations. Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through a problem, even if it is their first time using this method. Four versions are included:
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This independent vs. dependent variable card sort activity is great for interactive notebooks and hands-on learning in the classroom. Use it full sized or sized down to fit perfectly within your students’ interactive notebooks. If interactive
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Help your students compare and review the three methods for solving systems of equations: graphing, substitution, and elimination. FIVE versions are included to fit your needs! A BLANK Flowchart that can be used to compare methods of solving ANY
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Help your students visualize the solving process for the graphing method of solving systems of linear equations. Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through a problem, even if it is their first time using this method.
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Students work collaboratively in groups of 4 to evaluate or solve problems using function notation. There are 6 suits of cards that the groups will work through, suit by suit. Each group member will pick a card from the same suit and work
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These notes are perfect for an interactive notebook (INB) and are built to reinforce prior concepts. Help your students see the process behind solving a system of inequalities. Explore the special case of having no solution as well as graphing with
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Help your students visualize the solving process for the four methods of solving quadratic equations: graphing, factoring, completing the square, and quadratic formula. Each of the four solving methods is illustrated in three different sizes of
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Allow your students to practice solving absolute value inequalities through a fun, bingo-based activity. Solving absolute value inequalities, graphing the solution set, and writing an equality from a given solution set are all included in this
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Are your students learning how to solve equations and identify special solution types? This card sort activity helps them practice identifying equations that have one solution, no solution, or infinite solutions. Two different sizes for this
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These exit slip templates are perfect for everyday use in the classroom. On top of that, they're EASY to use -- all you have to do is pick a problem to put up on the board, and students do their work no the exit slip template. These exit slips
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Help your students visualize the process for classifying values into the real number system and reinforce the connections within the sets of real numbers. Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through classifying any real number,
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This foldable contains 8 examples for finding domain and range from each of the four representations of discrete relations and is perfect for interactive notebooks. Use it as in-class notes, homework, a partner assignment, an exit ticket, or for
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This foldable provides students with 7 example problems that cover special solution cases for one-variable equations such as no solution and infinite solutions. This foldable is perfect for a standalone lesson but also makes a great review or
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Help your students visualize the completing the square process for solving quadratic equations. Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through a problem, when using this graphic organizer. Three versions are included: full-sheet and
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Help your students visualize the process for solving absolute value equations and emphasize the conditions for which special solutions arise with absolute value equations. Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through solving
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Help your students visualize the process for solving quadratic equations by graphing. This flowchart is meant for graphing equations that are in standard form, or can easily be rewritten to be in that form. This flowchart works for ANY number of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I'm a math teacher who has taught Algebra 1, Algebra Support, Geometry, Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Support, and Statistics. Most of my materials focus on supporting Algebra 1 CCSS standards. This year, I am currently teaching Algebra 1+Support for a 2 period block every day, so I have 110 minutes with the same group of students. These are students who have typically never passed a math class before and range anywhere from freshmen to seniors (less than half of the class are freshman!). Needless to say, walking in to the first day of class, math wasn't their favorite subject. Additionally, a good handful of my students have a truly difficult home-life situation, so doing homework isn't a realistic option for them. To still provide the necessary practice that they need, utilizing very clear notes and frequent math games has been a pinnacle to my instructional style of this class. My students have responded so unbelievably well to these games, Bingo in particular, that I wanted to share them with anyone else who has some students who are reluctant to learn math. I have made similar games for my Geometry and Algebra 2 classes, and they have gone over equally well. Be warned, things can get quite heated during these games, and, in the words of my students, "Bingo is life!!!!!!!!!"

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BS in Mathematics MAT in Secondary education I have previously taught in the inner city of a major US metropolitan area at Title-1 schools, and am currently teaching in a semi-rural area by the mountain.

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