Ch 20: Teacher Resources for High School Algebra

About This Chapter

For many students, learning the abstract rules of high school algebra can be difficult. These resources were put together to provide you, as a teacher, with a way to help your students learn about algebraic expressions, inequalities and graphing.

Teacher Resources for High School Algebra - Chapter Summary

This chapter will provide you with resources that you may find useful in your high school algebra class, when teaching students about topics they may find confusing. Some of these topics include:

  • One-step equations
  • Algebraic expressions
  • Inequalities
  • Linear equations

You'll be exposed to a variety of techniques you can use to help your algebra students, including math drills that offer a fun way to sharpen their skills. Short quizzes allow you to assess your understanding of teaching high school algebra, and you can always ask our instructors for help if you have a problem.

How It Helps

  • Improves lesson plans These resources will provide you with suggestions about how you can improve your high school algebra lesson plans.
  • Teaches new learning strategies Learn about how you can use drills to improve students' understanding of algebraic expressions.
  • Enhances student understanding Discover new teaching ideas to improve your students' understanding of algebra.

Skills Covered

By the end of this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Create lesson plans for lessons on solving algebraic equations and inequalities
  • Implement games and other activities to improve students' understanding of algebra
  • Teach students about graphing linear equations
  • Use math drills to help students learn algebra

Final Exam
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