All types of solving exponential equations. Guided notes with separate sections. Worked great in my lesson because each type was broken up. The last page has all the types combined for students to try using their notes on the previous page. Worked
This is the MOST successful lesson I taught because of the emphasis on conceptual learning. Students start with identifying opposite, adjacent and hypotenuse (pg 1). They practice pythagorean theorem to find the third side length. Pg 2 students
Geometry contains many vocabulary terms used throughout the year. I print this packet on COLORED paper for the first introductory chapter as we reference it throughout the year. I focus on the pictures in this packet as I go through each term to
Students will find the slope algebraically given two points. Then, plot two points to confirm the slope graphically. Afterwards, students circle if the slope is positive, negative, zero or undefined. There are four problems and students experience
Half sheet (to save paper) - First page is guided notes and three examples of the three ways to find the equation (1- given two points, 2-give slope and a point, 3-give x or y-intercept(s)). The back page is practice. KEY Included for the back page.
Guided Quadratic Formula - going from graphing solution(s) so students understand why there is one solution, two or no real. Then, an example of obtaining one solution, two or no real. Then, the discriminant - talk about why one, two or none happen.
Transversal Investigation - two versions alternate with students. Students measure angles within a transversal using a protractor. Then, they come angles afterwards with the student next to them to answer the follow up questions by comparing their
Guided Notes - beginning with recognizing slope for parallel and perpendicular lines. Then graphing regular linear equations. Then finding the equation of a line parallel and perpendicular and graphing both. Worked great in my lesson and students
I break this lesson up into multiple days but I use the chart throughout. I put the chart on colored paper and add to it each day. Super helpful for students to keep things organized. The back page is practice for day 1 doing reflections.
I used this lesson after my investigation to go from making 6 ratios to making 1. Then we did notes on finding side length given an angle and a side length. The back is practice doing both types with key included. Great lesson- most successful one I