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- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryWe've created this course of algebra lesson plans and activities to help make your curriculum planning simple and stress-free. All of our teacher resources are developed by expert instructors who know how to write engaging curriculum that meets relevant educational standards.
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This teacher resource course contains algebra lesson plans and activities that you can use to help build your curriculum. You'll find resources to help you teach students about the order of operations, equations, inequalities, exponents, logarithms, polynomials and quadratics. The course also offers teaching resources for the properties of functions, ratios, squares and square roots. You can easily navigate through the course using your personal Dashboard.
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You'll find these resources available to you:
- Lesson plans that thoroughly cover important algebra topics
- Video lessons that bring technology into the classroom
- Lesson transcripts you can print out as class handouts or study guides
- Quizzes and tests you can assign to gauge student understanding
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- Engages students: In addition to lesson plans, the course also includes algebra games and activities that will capture your students' attention.
- Increases student understanding: These teaching resources help you easily explain even the most challenging algebra topics to your students in a way they'll be able to understand.
- Meets standards: You'll have confidence knowing that our teacher resources are written by expert instructors and meet all the required educational standards.
This course covers the following:
- The order of operations
- Inequalities and equations
- Logarithms and exponents
- Quadratics and polynomials
- The properties of functions
- Algebraic ratios and proportions
- Squares and square roots
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