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  131.   review distance and midpoint
...CTIVES The students will review the Distance and Midpoint formulas and the pythagorean theorem (DOK 2, Algebra 1, 4.b) MATERIALS pencil and paper dry erase markers transparencies and wet erase markers overhead Do Now- problems involving exponent operations. Set- Hello class, last class we went over polynomial models with Mr. Sealand. This class were going to review some concepts from earlier on in the week. These will include exponents and radicals, Distance formula, Midpoint formula and Pythagorean theorem. We're going to review for the test next period so it would be wise to pay attention. Procedure: A. The stud...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  132.   Using the Binomial Theorem
...atorics, i.e., choose notation involving factorials. Students apply their understanding of the use of the Binomial Theorem by finding solutions to practical applications. Estimated Duration: Four hours Commentary: This lesson requires that students have previous experience with and understanding of polynomial multiplication and combinations. The lesson supports inquiry learning and enhances critical thinking skills. This lesson is based on formulas for the binomial theorem that connect the number of b's in any term of (a + b) n to the coefficient. Some versions of the binomial theorem connect the number of a's in...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  133.   Factoring Trinomials
...ext form of factoring which is the trinomial method. The teacher will pull out the yellow boxes and highlight the number that they are to multiply and add to. The students will discover that there is exactly one combination of two numbers that multiply to the "c" term and add to the "b" term of the polynomial. These two numbers will be written in the form of two factors. On the next slide the students will see their first example. Again the teacher (or a student) can highlight the multiply and add numbers. The teacher will ask the students for factors of eight and create a list with all of the factor pairs. Then t...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  134.   Rational Expressions: Simplifying
...tudents will be able to find the values that make the denominator of a rational expression undefined. Students will be able to simplify rational expressions. Description Through the use of Microsoft PowerPoint, worksheets and an interactive math lab practice site, the topic of rational expressions (polynomials in the form of fractions) will be introduced. The focus of this lesson is on simplifying rational expressions. This should be used after students have already learned how to add, subtract and multiply polynomials. Website(s) Algebra Lab Algebra Lab - Simplifying Rational Expressions Duration Two class period...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  135.   Rectangle Pattern Challenge
...ARTA SPEARS, AMS 7TH MATH (Lesson good for grades 7-12) Rectangle Pattern Challenges Objectives: Academic: Students will study 3 stages of a geometric pattern, Organize their information in a table, Look for number patterns, Write formulas and graph the relationships, Examine growth rates, Multiply polynomials, and Use formulas to make predictions. Technological: Standards 1 and 2 Pre-Requisite: Technology Skills: Access the Internet, have some knowledge of various types of graphs Academic Skills: Recognize patterns and solve equations Materials: Access to the Internet, URL: , student activity sheet, answer key, a...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  136.   quadratic equation quiz
Quadratic review and quiz July 18, 2008 Period 2 Mike Warner Algebra 1 50 minutes OBJECTIVES The students will review solving quadratic formula, making tables, making graphs and justifying why polynomial is prime. (DOK 2, Algebra 1, 2.i,j,k) MATERIALS pencil and paper dry erase markers transparencies and wet erase markers overhead quiz Do Now- have several systems quadratic functions on the board. Set- Hello class, last class we reviewed the concepts from earlier in the week with Mr. Sealand. These included q...
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  137.   Factoring Trinomials Review 071608
Justin Sealand Algebra I 7/16/08 Period 1 100 minutes A. OBJECTIVE 1. TSW master solving systems of linear equations and inequalities through graphing and substitution. (DOK 2 - Algebra I, 2.f) 2. TSW master factoring polynomials and quadratics that have only rational roots. (DOK 2 - Algebra I, 2.h) B. MATERIALS Transparencies; Algebra I (1995), Foster et al.; overhead projector Do Now: Choose your favorite recipe from each of the two sets of ingredients: Solving systems of linear equations (graphing OR substitution) Factoring second...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  138.   Quadratics intro and factoring 071608
...e going to learn how to distinguish between quadratic equations and non-quadratic equations and you will learn how to solve them using factoring. D. PROCEDURE 1. TTW give examples and non-examples, showing the same format as the factoring lessons (standard form). [5 minutes] 2. TSW practice putting polynomial equations into standard form. [10 minutes] 3. TTW introduce the three types of quadratic equations. [5 minutes] 4. TTW model how to solve type I quadratic equations (*stressing that there are two solutions). [2 minutes] 5. TSW practice solving type I quadratic equations. [4 minutes] 6. TTW model how to solve...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  139.   Factoring Snowflake Method 071508
Justin Sealand Algebra I 7/15/08 Period 2 50 minutes A. OBJECTIVE 1. TSW use the "snowflake" method to factor polynomials. (DOK 2 - Algebra I, 2.h) B. MATERIALS Overhead Projector; Transparencies; Algebra I, Foster et al. Do Now: [5 minutes] What is the single most difficult part about factoring for you? C. SET How many of you all cook at home? If you don't cook, have you ever watched your mom do it? Have you realized that you...
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  140.   Systems of Linear Equations 071408
...slope-intercept form? You can graph it. That graph contains all of your answers to what x and y equal. Today we are going to learn how to solve linear equations using graphical and algebraic methods, and whether or not they even have a solution and how many they have. But before we can move on from polynomials and area and perimeter, we have to go over a few last things. D. PROCEDURE 1. TTW hand back all the tests and other grades that have not yet been returned. TTW explain the grading procedure for select questions from Friday's exam, and explain to the students what the teacher wants to see in a full, correct a...
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