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    This zombie themed graphing activity will strengthen your students skills in graphing lines in point slope form.Students are given a graph with 12 zombies on it and 12 equations. Students will cut out each equation and graph the line on the zombie graph.

    Graphing Lines & Zombies ~ Point Slope Form

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    Factoring Polynomials Search and Shade (requires GCF & difference of squares)

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    A favorite desk arrangement, no one's back is to the board, there are easy paths for movement, and kids who need reduced distractions can sit in the front.

    Back to School Tips - The Classroom Key

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    Algebra 1 Parent Functions (Foldable). I like this idea. I think I will do this next year when we begin functions.

    Algebra 1 Parent Functions (Foldable)

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    Great anchor chart for math.

    Math is Elementary: Monday Made It: July 8th

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    I don't teach high school math but I watched this entire video and wanted to sit through the rest of his class. He is awesome!! Algebra 2 - Exponents

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    A bunch of linear equations activities

    My Favorite Unit to Teach - Linear Functions

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    I Speak Math | Integrating Technology and Mathematics

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    3 sets of graphing linear equations in differentiated levels. most challenging set involves graphing and writing equations from intercepts, slopes, parallel and perpendicular slopes, y = mx + b form and point-slope form less challenging set includes graphing and writing equations from y-intercept, slopes, parallel and perpendicular slopes, y = mx + b form basic set graphs and writes equations from points, y-intercepts, slopes, and y=mx + b Blank set included as well to adapt for your classroom

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    105 DOK Questions for Matj

    Depth of Knowledge (DOK) 105 Question Stem Cards MATH EDITION

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    Wheel of Equations

    It's Already October?

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    Algebra II Parent Functions Poster

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    Systems of equations scavenger hunt. Given a system of equations, solve to find next clue.

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    Calendar Math in the upper grades...what the students are actually writing when they fill in their sheets before the whole class goes over it (plus more in depth pictures in post)

    Calendar Math: Student Responses

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    Matching Activity – Standard to Slope-Intercept Forms of a Line and Various other characteristics

    Matching Activity - Standard to Slope-Intercept Forms of a Line and Various other characteristics

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    What Makes a Horizontal vs. a Slant Asymptote? Free Guided Inquiry Lesson

    What Makes an Asymptote? Guided Inquiry Lesson for Rational Functions

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    Rate of Change Graphic Organizer

    Math = Love: Algebra 1 INB Pages - Unit 6 Linear Functions

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    So using this with my Algebra 2 kids.

    Tarsia Jigsaws | Reflections in the Why

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    Exponent Game

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    Sites that I can't do without as a math teacher (and what's so special about each one!) Links to virtual manipulatives, discovery-based lessons, free graphing software, question prompts, eBooks, and more.... Tons of resources for math teachers

    5 Websites That Will Revolutionize Your Math Teaching

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    Systems of Linear Equations Foldable

    I can’t stop | tothesquareinch

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    Algebra Equation Snowball Fight.

    Math = Love: Snowball Fight!

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    Tips and Tricks for Setting Up Interactive Notebooks

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    Interactive Notebook Logistics

    {Teaching} ∩ {Physical Science}: ISN Logistics

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    Free set of ideas for your math classroom including organization for make-up work, setting up your gradebook, and ideas for notebook grades and test corrections. Great for first-year middle and high school math teachers!Check out these inquiry-based activities:Slope-Intercept Form Inquiry ActivityAdding Integers Inquiry ActivityExterior Angles Inquiry ActivityCheck out other middle school resources:Pi Day StationsLesson Pack: Classifying Triangles and Triangle Sum TheoremCheck out high ...

    Tips and Tricks for Your Math Classroom for Middle and High School Math Teachers

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