Cut out each card and pass them out randomly to students. The student whose card says "I have the first question" reads their card first. Whoever has the card with the algebraic expression that matches the words the previous student read out goes
This will give students a visual all on one sheet to compare the three terms. Great to have as a refresher all throughout the course! I personally will be making an anchor chart after we fill it out as a class.
These guided notes will teach students to multiply monomials by binomials and trinomials using three methods: area models, algebra tiles, and the distributive property, followed by examples for independent practice.
This can be filled out as a class or in a group activity. I will be giving each group an operation to create a list for. They will have 5 minutes to brainstorm together all the words that might appear in word problems that indicate that operation
This activity has students solving both linear and quadratic equations to complete a sudoku. The linear equations provide enough clues that students should be able to figure out the rest using sudoku rules. However, for those who are struggling or