Translating Verbal Expressions Foldable Interactive Notebook 6.EE, 7.EE, 8.EE

Jul 19, 2014

This is a double sided (2 page) PDF tri-fold brochure style foldable that details how to translate verbal expressions into algebraic expressions.

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3 Types of Scatter Plots Graphs of Correlations Foldable
Calculate Slope Foldable
Circle Circumference Diameter Radius Foldable

Direct Variation Function Foldable

Domain and Range of a Function Foldable

FOIL Method Multiply Binomials Foldable
Graphing Inequalities Foldable
Linear Equations of Lines Slope Intercept Foldable

Linear Equations Slope Intercept Foldable

Linear Programming Maximum Minimum Values Foldable

Parabola Quadratic Functions Foldable
Parallel Perpendicular Lines Foldable
Parent Functions Foldable
Piecewise Functions Foldable

Proportions Ratios Rates Foldable

Ratio Rates Proportions Accordion Foldable
Ratios, Rates & Proportions Foldable
Relations of Functions Foldable

Slope Foldable
Solve and Graphing Inequalities Foldable
Systems of Equations Foldable

Transformations of Functions Foldable

Writing Linear Equations Foldable

Trigonometric Functions Sine Cosine Tangent Foldable


Free Online Data Displayer

Jul 6, 2014

A free online tool made possible by The Actuarial Foundation.

The Data Displayer offers 4 different interactive tools that
teachers can use FREE.
The Data Displayer offers pre-made data lists and the option to use custom data lists.

Measures of Central Tendency
:  Calculates the Mean, Median & Mode

Box and Whisker Plots: Generates Box and Whisker Plots from a data list
Scatter Plots: Generates Scatter Plots and Lines of Best Fit from a data list
Standard Deviation & Mean: Calculates the Standard Deviation and Mean of a data list.


Math Academy - Free Resources

Math Academy

Let’s Go to the Mall! is designed to help students understand the connection between various kinds of combinations (multiplication principle and choose numbers) and permutations.

Play Ball! is designed to help students understand the connection between sports, data collection and statistical analysis. As the students play each “game,” they will collect, organize, display and analyze the data from the game results.

Dining Out! is designed to help students understand how to use fractions, decimals and percents in the context of restaurants and money. In this day of credit and gift cards, children do not have as many real-life opportunities to count money and make change.
These activities will keep those skills fresh, even with older students.

Can You See it in Nature? is designed to help students understand the connection between geometric and numerical patterns (younger students) as well as between patterns and functions (older students).

Are You Game? is designed to help students understand probability.

Source: Math Academy


Free Financial Literacy Curriculum

Building Your Future Financial Literacy Curriculum

The Actuarial Foundation has released to U.S. high school teachers Building Your Future, an engaging and relevant financial literacy curriculum, to help teens master the foundational elements of personal finance and to prepare for life on their own.

Building Your Future helps students easily grasp the essentials of personal finance, gives them multiple opportunities to practice core skills and showcases the real-world impact of the financial decisions they make. All four of the Building Your Future books are classroom ready with a Teacher's Guide including handouts, answer keys, instruction and assessment suggestions, definitions and resources that align with National Council of Teacher of Mathematics and JumpStart.

The 2013 update addresses developing trends, such as the use of smart phones in banking and the increasing risk of identity theft, and to reflect the current tax and interest rate environment.  Teachers were surveyed for content suggestions and based on their feedback, Building Your Future: Book 4, Succeeding was developed.  This latest book focuses on the important decisions students make early on in their adult lives such as paying for college, choosing a career and making a living.

Teacher's Guide Book 1
Student Book 1 




Source: Actuarial Foundation


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