# Site-Wide Activity

• This lesson on Properties of Real Numbers is one that gets covered at the beginning of every Algebra course. Every year a few more properties are added to the list to master. In Algebra 2 these are of the u […]

• There are many ways to WOW your students with math. This is a lesson that can be extremely fun for both you and them. Absolute Value Functions and Graphs are something that can be related to one of the things […]

• Below we have provided the Rational Functions and Their Graphs Group Activity. You will need to download these for the Activity. You will need to have the students count off by fours and assign them each a […]

• This activity is available as a free download. It includes an algebraic expressions worksheet where the students must solve problems that will help then work their way through a maze! Registering on the website […]

• The week before and of Winter Break can be stressful because of all the things going on. Exam, End of the Grading Period, End of the Semester, Holiday Related Distractions, the list goes on…

Most of us are […]

Picture this…

No lost homework assignments!
No sloppy work that you can’t read!
No nagging students coming into your room multiple times a day interrupting your class to […]

• This article will push some peoples buttons I’m sure. However, I feel it is something that needs discussed. My school is one to one with iPads. Here’s my concern. Why do we need calculators anymore?What […]

• 3 ways to be that amazing teacher and not lose your mind because of how much of your free time you have to give up in preparation!
1.) Join communities of other algebra 2 teachers online that love to share great […]

• Angles and the Unit Circle can be a tough one. Not because mastering the Special Right Triangles is difficult but because you are relying on their Geometry Teacher to have done an excellent job of establishing […]

• The conditional probability of an event B, in relation to event A, is the probability that event B will occur given the knowledge that an event A has already occurred. Listen, there are VERY FEW times in your A […]

• This is one of the most important lessons you will teach to your Algebra 2 students because it serves as an intro to an enormous lesson in Pre-Calculus / Calulus. This is the first time they get to think […]

• Change of Base FormulaYour calculator will only do Base 10 (log) and base e (ln). In most cases this is sufficient for real world problems. However, if another base is needed we have to be able to adjust! The […]

• This is the most important lesson in the Unit on Matrices! The easiest way to teach adding and subtracting matrices is by color coding. Let’s Start Adding and Subtracting MatricesI start with adding two 2×3 […]

• Hi Jill,

We can put that together. No problem. I will let you know here when we upload it to the blog post 🙂

UPDATE: We added the Rubric to the post!

• Conics Sections can be a very confusing lesson if you let it be. The best advice I can give to any teacher is to start with the basics of the equation of a circle. Make sure they have mastered h,k form and how […]

• I love this lesson. You get to give your students things they can actually touch. There are many simulators out there that you can use to get them to see the bell curves and all that boring stuff. The part I […]

• Students can really struggle with this unit if not taught correctly right away. This is usually the first time that the concept of a math problem having 2 answers ever arises. If you aren’t careful with the way […]

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