Math Grades 7-12
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7th Grade Math
As a classroom teacher, you’ve realized that not every student learns the same. Heck, you don’t learn the same as the teacher in the classroom next to you. Choice boards provide you with the opportunity to get an understanding of student knowledge while putting the way they demonstrate that knowledge in their hands.
All you need to know about geometry interactive notebooks and how to make them a success in your high school geometry classroom. A blog post with frequently asked questions about interactive notes without using foldables. Includes reasons related to right brain left brain research, time efficiency, brain breaks, etc.
Real world linear equations project... This authentic project includes SIX real world scenarios for students to choose from. Students analyze create a linear equation, table, graph, and answer questions. Easy to grade with included answer keys and rubrics. You're students will have so much fun with these real world scenarios and learn math at the same time!!!
Three Rookie Mistakes – Stations in Secondary Math. So, you’ve been thinking about trying out stations in your middle or high school math classroom. There’s a lot to learn for sure, but once you get them situated and they become part of your classroom routine, the possibilities and benefits are endless.
Challenging and rigorous project on Piecewise Functions for any Algebra class! Students design a roller coaster using transformations of functions to create a piecewise function. Both students and teachers love this project!!! Great performance assessment to check for understanding and higher level thinking.
Implementing Error Analysis in Your Math Classroom - A blog post about analyzing and learning from mistakes made by students in a middle school or high school math setting. Includes strategies, resources, and free resources. Learn about You've Got Math Talent, Algebra Error Detection Practice, Errorgram, and Quiz Evaluations. By Free to Discover.
Students research tuition trends at different colleges and analyze the results to best fit a linear, quadratic, or exponential graph. The project is editable to use the functions that best suit your student's needs. Challenging and fun project for many levels of Algebra courses. Connecting math and the real-world is a great way to help students better comprehend math concepts.
This 10 skill review was created for 7th grade Pre Algebra students, but would be a great review for any middle school math classroom! Skills covered are Data, Integers, Fractions, Rational Numbers, Probability, Equations, Functions, Area, Surface Area, Powers, Square Roots, Ratios, Proportions, Percents and Scale.
These quick reference sheets serve many purposes. Send them home to parents at the beginning of each unit so they can "refresh" their 7th grade math skills and help out with homework and studying. Print and give to students to keep in their binders throughout a unit or before a test to be used as a study guide.
This resource provides a hands on and engaging way for students to review at the end of their 7th grade math units, or take notes as the units go along. Each mini tabbed flip book has a front and back cover, as well as five pages that review skills for a specific unit. This resource is SO versatile because each flip book comes in two-three different completion levels - perfect for differentiation and scaffolding.
This in-class math project provides students with a fun way to put their fraction, decimal and equation writing/solving skills to work in a yummy, real world scenario. Students will be able to apply what they know about fraction and decimal operations, as well as writing and solving inequalities and equations to operating a cupcake shop. The project includes group collaboration as well as independent work. All independent work ends with group discussion.
Let’s be honest. Notes are not fun. They are probably not your favorite thing to give to your students and I highly doubt they top the “favorite things to do in math class” list for them! Notes though, are necessary. Whether you use traditional lecture style notes, fold and flips, etc., you have to get the information to them in some way!