# Tiffany Shastal

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 "It's not always the people who start out the smartest that end up the smartest!" ~ Carol Dweck ~

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This worksheet is a puzzle designed to have students simplify radical expressions by addition and subtraction.
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Introduction to rationalizing denominators. Students work through the maze and answer the problems in order as they solve.
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Set of 20 problems. One side has an example and 10 problems in vertex form. The other side has an example and 10 problems in standard form.
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Students are given 9 recursive rules to match to 9 explicit rules, and 9 sequences. A chart is provided for students to rewrite or cut and paste the problems. An answer key is also provided.
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A walkaround the room activity. Students will walk to different areas in the room where the provided graphs and equations should be posted. They work with their partner or group to fill in the provided table. There is a mix of graphs, vertex form
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Students will work alone or in teams to solve 10 practice problems. After each answer they will get a clue to the crime. The clues will be placed around the room. The order students complete the problems/clues is not important. The answer key and a
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Quadratic formula notes and examples. A group activity comparing factoring, completing the square, and the quadratic formula. Then an individual assignment on the quadratic formula.
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Adding and Subtracting Radical Expressions without variables. Students will begin with the starting domino and then solve problems as they progress through the domino pieces. The piece will be cut and pasted in order on the sheet provided.
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Multi-Step Inequality Card Sort. There are 32 cards. 8 story cards, 8 algebraic inequality problems, 8 inequality solutions, and 8 graphic solutions. Students will sort the cards into 8 sets. There is a solution page and work space for students to
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Each partner will complete their own set of 10 problems. Then the two partners will combine their answers for each question to get the sum of both answers. The solutions students should get as their combined sums will be provided so students can
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This is a walk around the room activity. Students will find domain and range of relations and functions using discrete graphs, continuous graphs, tables, ordered pairs, and mapping representations.
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For the scavenger hunt, there are 12 questions that need to be printed and hung in random order around the room. There is an included worksheet (and answer key) for students to complete as they walk around the room solving the problems. The answer
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Choice Board for Solving Systems of Linear Equations. Categories are Create, Write, and Display. Students are given different choices to explain their understanding of the concepts and methods of solving linear systems.
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Students are asked to sort the characteristics (vertex, axis of symmetry, min/max value, stretch/shrink, zeros, and graph) of quadratic functions. They then paste them onto the included document.
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Simplifying radical expression with variables. Partner 1 and Partner 2 have different sheets. There answers are opposites from one another!
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A complete review of the methods of solving quadratic equations. This worksheet includes solving by factoring, graphing, square roots, completing the square, and the quadratic formula. An answer key is also provided.
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Notes and assignment on the measures of center (mean, median, and mode) and variation (range and standard deviation).
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Unit notes for linear inequalities in one-variable.
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Review for graphs, tables, ordered pairs, and equations. Stations include: Is it a Function? Is it Linear? X-and Y-Intercepts Domain & Range Function Notation Finding Slope
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Factoring and Solving Quadratic Equations There is a review of factoring by GCF, Trinomials with a =1 and a>1, and specials (perfect squares and difference of squares). Students will cut the triangles, solve the problems on the sheet provided,
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Central Michigan University, Bachelor of Science - Mathematics Major - Business Education Major Eastern Michigan University, Master of Arts - Curriculum and Instruction