teach different types of set notation (roster, set-builder and interval). After the typical “when are we ever going to use this in real life” questions (answer: when you’re working at an awesome job that people who suck at math aren’t qualified for…) I told my students that I often write this sentence:
Operations with Scientific Notation Foldable Notes is a simple activity for the interactive notebook that gives students a reference as they are practicing problems related to scientific notation with all four operations.This graphic organizer has 3 versions: blank for notes, filled in with notes, and fill in the blank.Great for differentiating. 8.EE.A.4
Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing scientific notation. There are 4 pennant activities included in this bundle that you can give separately or combine as one giant review of scientific notation. In each set, some pennants are more difficult than others, allowing you to easily differentiate.
Identifying the Domain and Range from Continuous Graphs
Domain and Range: Continuous Graphs Practice Worksheet(1 example and 23 problems)Students will use set notation or interval notation to identify the domain and range of various graphs. Both formats with answer keys are included. This resource is designed for independent practice (such as classwork, homework and/or extra credit).More related resources from my store:Domain and Range of Continuous GraphsEvaluating Functions Coloring ActivityMultiple Representations Foldable for Interactive…
Stop by the Free to Discover blog to download this free set of Introduction to Functions Task Cards. These 24 cards include writing an equation to represent a proportional or non-proportional relationship in a table, identifying the independent and dependent variables of a function, and stating the domain and range. Be sure to subscribe to the Free to Discover blog for ideas and resources for your middle school math classroom!