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Show Your Thinking: Pythagorean Theorem Webquest

Show Your Thinking: Pythagorean Theorem Webquest

Using the Pythagorean Theorem to Identify Right Triangles Anchor Chart

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Why is "m" now "k"?? This is a way for students to understand direct variation a little bit better. I always introduce direct variation after my linear equations unit so that they have a solid understanding of y = mx + b. I gave them two equations: y = 1/2x - 5 and y = 1/2x and had them look at the tables in their calculator. They noticed that dividing y by x equals 1/2 everytime for y = 1/2x, but not y = 1/2x-5. We discussed how direct variation was the "cool club" of linear equations.

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Direct Variation This chart simplifies the idea. Then this year I was talking with another teacher who wondered why we call the rate of change "k" in a direct variation and then "m" in the next chapter for linear equations. Duh..why didn't I think of this? For a kid that is already confused with math and using letters, we shouldn't be changing up letters like that when it's really the same idea. So I nixed the k this year and just stuck with y = mx as the equation

Everybody is a Genius: Direct Variations

Anchor Charts - Math - Ms. Glantz...fantastic anchor charts...great website too

X: Archived Anchor Charts - Math - Ms. Glantz

How to solve an equation graphic organizer for interactive notebooks or classroom poster from the miss jude math! TPT shop

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Good group activities for practicing one, two, and multiple step equations

Activities for Solving Equations

FREE! This product contains TWO scavenger hunts to help students practice the solving equations that include variables on both sides, distributive property, or combining like terms. This is perfect for 8th grade math, pre-algebra or Algebra I. The two scavenger hunt are differ in ability level to help with differentiation in the classroom or to provide the similar activities to regular and advanced classes.

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FACEing math activity - fun for equation review - could also work with inequalities - and is this a solution type problems.

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The Reading Corner: Read to Self, CAFE Titles, Turn and Talk Sharing

classification of the sets of real numbers using stack of funnels

Classifying Real Numbers - ChiliMath

Real Number System Graphic Organizer and Interactive Notebook Pages

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Irrational vs Rational Game - Activity and Assessment - \$3.16

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Irrational vs Rational Numbers Stop & Go Game

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Mrs. White's 6th Grade Math Blog Awesome way to show the objectives in a student-friendly manner!

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This student self-assessment is a great tool to get students to reflect upon their learning using I can statements.It is not only a great way for s...

Student Self-Assessment: I Can Statements

This Exit Slip is a quick and easy way to assess students' understanding of any lesson! Just give students the topic to fill in at the top and the...

EXIT SLIP - TeachersPayTeachers.com

This a great closure activity/strategy to any lesson. Students can reflect on their learning....

Exit Ticket Student Activity Cards

FREEBIE - Exit Ticket Template. You can edit this template to fit your needs or print it out as is.

Exit Ticket Template

3-2-1 ELA English Language Arts Reading Closure Activity - could be used for any 2nd language learning (translate and use for Spanish language building)

3-2-1 Closure Activity - Printable Worksheet | Student Handouts

Exit Slips/Tickets to check students' understanding!

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Goal Setting in the Classroom

Fourth Grade Literacy Lovers: Goal Setting in the Classroom

FREE editable binder covers

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