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Integers All Operations (Pos & Neg Numbers)

Integers All Operations (Pos & Neg Numbers)

INTEGERS ALL OPERATIONS (POS & NEG NUMBERS) * 48 integer examples to solve involving ALL OPERATIONS! * BOTH Positive and Negative numbers that will make your students THINK! * Each example requires students to know how to either add, subtract, multiply or divide positive and negative integers. * A great resource for homework, classwork, group learning, etc. * Created by David Filipek. Copyright© 2017 David Filipek All rights reserved by the author. Permission for downloads to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.
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Integers Addition with Algebra Tiles Models-ISN Notes-Practice Coloring Activity

Integers Addition with Algebra Tiles Models-ISN Notes-Practice Coloring Activity

This addition of integers activity includes notes for the Interactive Student Notebook (ISN), practice with algebra tiles models and a coloring by number activity. The students can take first the notes and use them to complete the adding practice with models and the coloring activity. The practice with models and the coloring activity can be used as an independent activity, a Math center or as homework.
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Identifying Independent and Dependent Variables-Student's Notes, Foldable

Identifying Independent and Dependent Variables-Student's Notes, Foldable

This activity includes notes for the interactive student notebook, identifying dependent and independent variables, location of independent and dependent variables on the coordinate axes. The activities are designed as a foldable that the students can glue into their interactive Math notebook. The three activities can also be used as separate activities. Students can put the foldable together as whole class activity or as a Math center.
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Trial & Improvement - GCSE Higher

Trial & Improvement - GCSE Higher

This is an interactive lesson for learners in 9th to 10th grades. In this lesson, learners are able to solve equations using the method of trial and improvement. Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 22 interactive pages
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WORDED GCSE forming and solving equations - angles in triangles / ages

WORDED GCSE forming and solving equations - angles in triangles / ages

Perfect resource for teaching pupils how to form and solve equations. All worded problems - angles in a triangle, ages of three different people etc. Very similar style to the question on Edexcel GCSE June 2017 (see example image). Helps pupils to form expressions and combine them to form and solve equations. Five example questions (with answers) and eight practice questions on Powerpoint / separate worksheet. Please also check out my resource of forming and solving - finding angles / perimeter.
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Inequalities Bundle English and Spanish

Inequalities Bundle English and Spanish

This Math and Matematicas activity bundle contains both English and Spanish versions. It will allow your students to practice their basic inequalities skills and vocabulary knowledge in either language. This activity is a matching activity and contains three sets of cards, each set has 12 cards; 12 verbal description cards, 12 inequalities cards and 12 graphical representation cards. The Inequalities Cards Activity can be use as: 1. Independent center activity: the students can practice their knowledge of inequalities. You can print the cards in card stock, and laminate them for maximum durability. The answer key can be included allowing the students to correct their own work. 2. Whole class activity: the students work in pairs or groups matching the cards (include the student instructions, the 3 sets of cards, and the recording sheet). 3. Math Interactive Notebook: students can cut the different cards, match them and glue them in their notebook. This activity can also be tiered to meet the needs of the students in your classroom: • (ELL) Newcomers: students can pair the cards using the Spanish version and compare with the English version to acquire content vocabulary. • Level Activity: students will match the 3 corresponding representations in English and record their answers. • Advanced Activity: working independently or in pairs, students work on the page Inequality Challenge Sheet, or they are given only one set of cards. Giving one inequality representation, either verbal, graphical, or just the inequality, students will generate the other two missing inequality representation. This activity includes in English and Spanish: Teacher guide, student instructions, 12 verbal description cards, 12 inequalities cards, 12 graphical representation cards, answer key, inequalities matching recording sheet (answer sheet) and advanced students activity page (inequality challenge).
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Inequalities Matching Cards - Graphing, Verbal Description and Inequality

Inequalities Matching Cards - Graphing, Verbal Description and Inequality

This Math and Matematicas activity will allow your students to practice their basic inequalities skills and vocabulary knowledge. This activity is a matching activity and contains three sets of cards, each set has 12 cards; 12 verbal description cards, 12 inequalities cards and 12 graphical representation cards. The Inequalities Cards Activity can be use as: 1. Independent center activity: the students can practice their knowledge of inequalities. You can print the cards in card stock, and laminate them for maximum durability. The answer key can be included allowing the students to correct their own work. 2. Whole class activity: the students work in pairs or groups matching the cards (include the student instructions, the 3 sets of cards, and the recording sheet). 3. Math Interactive Notebook: students can cut the different cards, match them and glue them in their notebook. This activity can also be tiered to meet the needs of the students in your classroom: • (ELL) Newcomers: students can pair two cards instead of three (eliminate the verbal description cards), the Inequalities cards with the corresponding graphical representation cards. • Level Activity: students will match the 3 corresponding representations and record their answers. • Advanced Activity: working independently or in pairs, students work on the page Inequality Challenge Sheet, or they are given only one set of cards. Giving one inequality representation, either verbal, graphical, or just the inequality, students will generate the other two missing inequality representation. This activity includes: Teacher guide, student instructions, 12 verbal description cards, 12 inequalities cards, 12 graphical representation cards, answer key, inequalities matching recording sheet (answer sheet) and advanced students activity page (inequality challenge). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can also check this activity in Spanish or the bundle that contains both English and Spanish versions.
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Desigualdades, juego de tarjetas - Inequalities Matching Cards Spanish

Desigualdades, juego de tarjetas - Inequalities Matching Cards Spanish

This Math and Matematicas activity will allow your students to practice their basic inequalities skills and vocabulary knowledge in Spanish. Teacher instructions are included in English and Spanish. This activity is a matching activity and contains three sets of cards, each set has 12 cards; 12 verbal description cards, 12 inequalities cards and 12 graphical representation cards. The Inequalities Cards Activity can be use as: 1. Independent center activity: the students can practice their knowledge of inequalities. You can print the cards in card stock, and laminate them for maximum durability. The answer key can be included allowing the students to correct their own work. 2. Whole class activity: the students work in pairs or groups matching the cards (include the student instructions, the 3 sets of cards, and the recording sheet). 3. Math Interactive Notebook: students can cut the different cards, match them and glue them in their notebook. This activity can also be tiered to meet the needs of the students in your classroom: • (ELL) Newcomers and level: students will match the 3 corresponding representations and record their answers. • Advanced activity in Spanish: working independently or in pairs, students work on the page Inequality Challenge Sheet, or they are given only one set of cards. Giving one inequality representation, either verbal, graphical, or just the inequality, students will generate the other two missing inequality representation. This activity includes: Teacher guide, student instructions, 12 verbal description cards, 12 inequalities cards, 12 graphical representation cards, answer key, inequalities matching recording sheet (answer sheet) and advanced students activity page (inequality challenge). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can also check this activity in English or the bundle that contains both English and Spanish versions.
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Simultaneous Equations - GCSE (1-9)

Simultaneous Equations - GCSE (1-9)

In this lesson, learners are able to: 1) solve 2 simultaneous equations in 2 variables (linear/linear or linear/quadratic) algebraically; 2) find approximate solutions using a graph 3) translate simple situations or procedures into algebraic expressions or formulae; derive an equation (or 2 simultaneous equations), Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 59 interactive pages
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