Learning with Tape: 2013 Algebra 2 Pages

As promised, my Algebra 2 pages: Sets of Real Numbers: Frayer models for vocab here . Graphic Organizer at Math& .

Anchor Chart for Algebra II EOC Review on Parent Functions and Transformation ... made by Aubrey Wright and Evan Payne (April 2013).

Anchor Chart for Algebra II on Parent Functions and Transformations- Should make this and add to it as we touch on each.

2 free quadratics references for students. One is for quadratic word problems, the other is for factoring quadratics.

Quadratics flow- and anchor charts, oh my!

I used this diagram in my powerpoint to help the students tie factoring polynomials to the graphs of quadratics so they had multiple ways to solve

Today I made a cheat sheet to give to our students tomorrow as we get ready for a polynomials quiz on Thursday and mid-year review next week. Really, the sheet is as much for me as it is for them:) It's a half-sheet so I papercut the sheet in half and hole punch for the kids to put in their binders. You can download it from the "Freebies!" section of the sidebar if your kids need a reminder too!

Synthetic Division in Algebra 2

Today I made a cheat sheet to give to our students tomorrow as we get ready for learning Synthetic Division in Algebra

Algebra 2 Exponent Rule Review

Book Review - Fire Pool by David E Owen

I LOVE warm-up templates! It makes life so much easier to know my warm-up is all set and ready to go. Here are 4 FREE warm-up templates that will work in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. I use them in my Special Ed Algebra 2 classes. The repeated practice on the skills covered by the templates give my students a ton of confidence and has helped them retain information so much better. All of these templates are available for FREE download in my TpT store. They will also be linked at the bottom of thi

4 FREE Algebra and Algebra 2 Warm-up Templates

I LOVE warm-up templates! It makes life so much easier to know my warm-up is all set and ready to go. Here are 4 FREE warm-up templates that will work in Algebra 1 and Algebra I use them in my Special Ed Algebra 2 classes. The repeated practice on the

4 important things to add to an Algebra 2 bulletin board. Yes, even big kids like them! This is a snapshot of one part of the word wall in my high school Math classroom. This part is for Algebra 2. I'll have to take photos of the Geometry and Algebra sections too.

4 Important Things to Include on an Algebra 2 Word Wall

4 important things to add to an Algebra 2 bulletin board. Yes, even big kids like them! This is a snapshot of one part of the word wall in my high school Math classroom. This part is for Algebra I'll have to take photos of the Geometry and Algebra sect

Free Math Homework for Algebra 2. This Algebra 2 math homework is aligned with the common core math standards. Can also be used as warm-ups or bell wringers.

Free Math Homework for Algebra This Algebra 2 math homework is aligned with the common core math standards. Can also be used as warm-ups or bell wringers.

School of Fisher: Exponential & Logarithmic Form

A big thanks to Amy over at Square Root of Negative One Teach Math for helping me come up with an easy way for students to remember logarit.

Packed full of interactive notebook activities for Algebra 2/Integrated Math students, this HUGE bundle also includes scaffolded notes w/answer keys.  Includes the following sections: Solving Equations & Inequalities, Linear Relations & Functions, Solving Systems of Equations in 2 and 3 Variables, Matrices, Polynomials, Trig Functions, Quadratic Functions, Conic Sections, Polynomial Functions, and more! #inb #algebra2 #scaffoldednotes $

Algebra 2 - Interactive Notebook Activities and Scaffolded Notes

Finally a way for kids to understand domain and range from a graph?  Visual/foldable activity so they can see the limits of the function.

A way for kids to understand domain and range from a graph - Visual/foldable activity so they can see the limits of the function.

I gave my students a few polynomial equations, a few quick check sheets and asked them to find the degree, end behavior, zeros, if there were any multiplicities, the domain, and to sketch the polynomial graph. We did some more practice with various degree polynomials, ones that we first had to factor, and ones with multiplicities greater than 2.

Teaching Polynomial Sketching

I gave my students a few polynomial equations, a few quick check sheets and asked them to find the degree, end behavior, zeros, if there were any multiplicities, the domain, and to sketch the polynomial graph. We did some more practice with various degree polynomials, ones that we first had to factor, and ones with multiplicities greater than 2.

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