Algebra Lesson Plan Templates in High School Math

Find free High School Math Lesson Plan Templates on Algebra.
Tarsia - Completing the Square
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  • Seeing Structure in Expressions
  • High School
A Tarsia activity on completing the square. These type of activities can be used to consolidate understanding of a given topic, and foster positive...
Algebra: Completing the Square
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A complete lesson on 'completing the square' by using a visual representation. Initially; the idea of using rectangles to represent multiplying...
Indices and surds
colinbillett
Updated: 
2016
4 Comments
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  • Seeing Structure in Expressions
  • High School
<p>A PowerPoint exploration of index numbers using patterns.</p>
Factoring single brackets
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  • Seeing Structure in Expressions
  • High School
All the factoring practice you could ever need.
Factoring Quadratics Bingo
clongmoor
Updated: 
2016
4 Comments
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  • Seeing Structure in Expressions
  • High School
The PowerPoint gives the students 30 seconds to factor the quadratic and cross the factors off their bingo card (everyone has the same card). They...
Solving Quadratics Coloring Problem
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Solve the quadratic equations; color in the grid and reveal a problem to solve!
Review on Indices
loopy1230
Updated: 
2016
3 Comments
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  • Seeing Structure in Expressions
  • High School
handout with rules for indices and a couple of examples.
Domino cards to cut up
Math_Team
Updated: 
2016
4 Comments
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • 3-5, MS, HS
Laminate each sheet and cut the cards into dominoes. The model can be adapted for other topics. Students can also be asked to make smaller sets of...
Autograph Team - The Exponential Function
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  • Seeing Structure in Expressions
  • High School
Calculus. A video from the Autograph team. Investigating the exponential function by considering the function y = a^x and its derivative. Clicking on...
Tarsia - Factor Theorem
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  • Seeing Structure in Expressions
  • High School
A Tarsia activity by Alan Catley. A great way of introducing the Factor Theorem but it took a long time to ensure that this is a unique solution! i.e...