End behavior "discovery" intro - start with a basic introduction to vocabulary (degree, leading coefficient). Give each group a copy of the first page to cut out and sort based on the degree and leading coefficient. We'll then compare the end behavior of the graphs in each group to come up with the "rules" for polynomial end behavior.
Autism Spectrum Disorder & Music - It been shown how constructive music education is in all areas of cognitive development, but it also proves to be especially helpful to those with ASD. As showcased by this infographic, it basically boils down to the two most indicative symptoms across the spectrum of those with autism. Those being that ASD can be characterized mainly by poor ability to communicate and interact socially, along with being prone to repetitive behaviors and specific interests.
Today I made a cheat sheet to give to our students tomorrow as we get ready for a polynomials quiz on Thursday and mid-year review next week. Really, the sheet is as much for me as it is for them:) It's a half-sheet so I papercut the sheet in half and hole punch for the kids to put in their binders. You can download it from the "Freebies!" section of the sidebar if your kids need a reminder too!
Project #2 - Polynomials Foldable Right before Winter break, we started Polynomials in Algebra 2. As you probably know, there is a TON of vocabulary that goes with that!! As a result, I knew my little cherubs would have a swell time writing down all that information, so instead I combined it into a foldable :)
He Was Funny as All Get Out - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use
He Was Funny as All Get Out - 24 Phrases Only Southerners Use - Southernliving. “All get out” finds its way into Southern phrases constantly, and it intensifies any statement. I was surprised as all get out. It was bad as all get out. Anything to the degree of “all get out” is something to talk about.
This comprehensive, 6 page “Quizzers” edition of our best-selling Algebraic Equations guide features a new list of sample problems you can perform that cover every element featured in the original version—from second-degree quadratic and polynomial equations to logarithmic functions. With helpful hi