Draw a large equilateral triangle on the piece of paper.
I can't wait for the next chapter in Algebra 1. I know, I know. I just started a new chapter in Algebra 1.
We're getting ready to learn how to graph functions. But, what I'm really excited about is teaching my students how to calculate slope and use the slope and y-intercept to graph functions. I'm excited to have my students create mountain slope pictures. My cooperating teacher at the middle school level had his 8th graders do this before I got there.
So, I only saw the end results. But, I loved them so much that I knew I had to file away the idea for the future. Give each student a sheet of graph paper. Instruct them to draw a mountain range. Students must then calculate the slope of each side of each mountain in the range.
After calculating and labeling all the slopes, the students name their mountain range and color it. I'm debating whether to teach my Algebra 1 students about the Slope Tree or Mr.
But, I'm definitely using this Alphabet Slope Activity to get in lots of practice. And, I've heard good things about the Slope Dude video on twitter. I want to modify my Slope Foldable to include a section on how to calculate slope from a table.
I also can't wait to get over this cold.
How am I spending Fall Break? Sick and in bed.
This is the first Fall Break I've had since high school, and I haven't even been able to enjoy it. However, I guess I should be thankful that I'm getting this cold over with while I don't have to teach. I learned during my student teaching that trying to teach with a cold is miserable.
I can't wait to start graphing in College Algebra. We've spent the first nine weeks of school going over the review chapter in our textbook.
Needless to say, this material was not review for these students. I had to teach almost every concept as if they had never seen it. I can't wait for my Algebra 2 students to realize what an amazing resource our graphing calculators are. I taught my students how to find the zeroes of a function using the graphing calculator, and some of the students hated it.
One student pleaded to be able to solve the quadratics by hand. I explained that we needed to learn how to solve them using the calculator since the end of year test will have higher order polynomials that we will not know how to solve by hand. They don't know the difference between left and right.
I learned this by working with my Algebra 1 students. When we were solving equations and inequalities, I would often ask them what was left on the left side.
Almost always, they would tell me what was left on the right side.
They've gotten a lot better at it. I guess I've drilled left and right into their brains enough by now.Scroll down past the first few links to find results from Activity Village. Printable Lined Paper Whether your child is writing a story with its own special picture, composing a poem or taking notes on a science experiment, it is always useful to have a stock of lined or decorative paper waiting!
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Video: Fun Reading Activities for Middle School In this lesson, you will be introduced to five fun reading activities that apply to middle school language arts skills. Feb 15, · Koch Snowflakes. Science project.
Koch Snowflakes and erase the middle portion of each line. In its place, draw another equilateral triangle. Adding your school can help us give you better content recommendations based on what teachers in your school or /5(12).
In this activity, you’re going to transform a rectangle into a more interesting shape, Your line can be squiggly or made up of straight segments. Whatever its shape, your line must “Hall of Fame” that includes a number of tessellations by middle-schoolers.
EXPLORING TESSELLATIONS | Grades 6–8 Page 9 " x 3" Grid. Middle School Theatre Arts: Grade 7 Ms. Olsen [email protected] () Room: DRAMA we will work together to create rubrics for evaluation. You will be writing your own rubric! Writing your own rubric allows you to establish criteria for evaluation squiggly line under adverbs.
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