# Algebra 1

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### I just finished my exponents unit in Algebra 1. It was interesting to me that some students that struggle seemed to really excel in this unit. This is really the first unit that didn’t depend heavily on their ability to solve equations - maybe that was part of it. To begin, I made this page to remind students of the information they learned in pre-algebra. This page reviewed the expanding process. Also, it reminded them of the zero exponent rule and the negative exponent rule. Then, we…

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### FREEBIE Worksheet, Bell Work, Guided Notes, PowerPoint and Much More to Help you Teach Your Lesson on Simplifying Radicals.

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### “You’re not. You will never solve a three-variable system or graph a linear inequality after graduation.” “Then why do we have to learn it?” “Because… Alge…

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### The Combining Like Terms and Solving Simple Linear Equations (C) Math Worksheet from the Algebra Worksheets Page at Math-Drills.com.

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### A blog about teaching high school math | Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry and Algebra 2

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### Slope "Doodle Notes" for Pre-Algebra or Algebra 1 - integrating the right and left brain hemispheres

### Algebra I summer math review packet for students entering geometry or algebra 2

### Order of Operation. "It really doesn't matter which method you use to teach the Order of Operations. You can use PEMDAS, Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally, or any other catchy phrase. That isn't the biggest problem. It is when they have to take their standardized tests and they don't understand that their calculator doesn't follow the order of operations. It follows the order they type things in. Here are 3 ways to make sure they understand the order of operations" "The Order of…

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