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High school math teacher uses rap music to teach lessons and connect with the students.

2 Pi: Rhymes And Radii

High school math teacher Jake Scott teaches his students with the help of his hip-hop alias, 2 Pi. By rapping about equations and formulas, Scott helps students remember his lessons and forges a deeper connection with them.

Jeopardy review game for Functions in Algebra.  Topics covered: determine, evaluate, write equations from word problems, find domain and range, and writing equations from tables.

Algebra Functions Jeopardy® Game

Hand trick to help high school students remember the unit circle - works for left or right-handed students.

Unit Circle: Hand trick to help high school students remember the unit circle - works for left or right-handed students.

This is an eight-topic unit on Applications of Trigonometry at the Precalculus level. Some courses which are suited for this level of material would be PreCalculus, Analysis of Functions, Advanced Math Topics or College Algebra. The lessons are organized into eight-page bound-book style Foldables.

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Systems of Equations Review sheet

One page notes worksheet for Systems of Equations Unit. Have already learned these but still good to have a reminder.

Real world high school math: Learning algebra and geometry from life | Unschool RULES

Real world high school math: Learning algebra and geometry from life - Unschool RULES

This is a resource for teachers to find lessons, activities, and assessments to supplement their materials. The strengths are that it is categorized by math subjects and includes many different ideas. A drawback is that some of these resources cost money, although many are free or very inexpensive. #math

Lesson Plans for High School Math - some free, some have to be paid for - to help create ideas to teach a plethora of math subjects

Reflections of a High School Math Teacher - Uno Stacko Final Exam Review

Reflections of a High School Math Teacher - Uno Stacko Final Exam Review

Start your Math lesson with a problem using the current DATE! What a quick win! #shareamathsstarter

Start your Math lesson with a problem using the current DATE! What a quick win!

Simplifying Radicals: Starbursts 3-Acts

I tried my first Three Act Math task this week and it was a good start. I have some learning to do as well as the students.

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