This is a special edited lesson and homework on polynomial multiplication. We use the “tabular” method (which means that we are using a table to —> |GO TO FULL POST|

# Month: September 2016

## Graphing Stories Notes

these notes were taken in class and students wrote these into their interactive notebooks. These notes include the x-axis and y-axis, considering units on time —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Alg. 2 – Module 1 – Lesson 1 (Homework)

This is a special edited lesson about defining polynomials and understanding successive differences. The important idea around this lesson is understanding how functions operate. Module —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Area for Distribution (Homework)

In this activity, students will recallÂ how to distribute numbers to variables. This is an alternate to the FOIL method traditionally taught. It is preferred because —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 2 – Foundational Skills

These skills are the pre-assessment questions for Algebra 2. These are skills that will prove useful for success in algebra 2. Algebra 2 – —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 2 – Unit 0 – PowerPoint Slides

Last Updated: Sept. 27, 2016 The attached document is the PowerPoint slides in class for Unit 0 of Algebra 2. This includes the class annotations —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 1 – Unit 0 – PowerPoint Slides

Updated: Sept. 19, 2016 The document below includes all of the class PowerPoint Slides that you may find useful this unit. Algebra 1 – Unit —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## A Guide to Radical and Square Roots

This is a quick guide to simplifying square roots by hand (without a calculator). It also quickly defines composite and prime numbers. A Guide to —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 1 – Foundations Activities (Homework)

To prepare for the year, students will be assessed on 3 major skills that they should have come out of Pre-Algebra with to be successful —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Graphing Inequalities Practice Activity

To prepare for a quiz, the attached document is a practice worksheet to practice graphing inequalities and graphing systems of linear inequalities. You want to —> |GO TO FULL POST|