About This Chapter
Teacher Resources for High School Algebra II - Chapter Summary
The lessons as well as the lesson plans available in this chapter give you a strong guideline to work from as you develop your algebra II classroom syllabus. Our pre-made lesson plans can be implemented directly into your curriculum. You'll also find examples of math games that can be used to teach algebra. Topics within these algebra II lesson plans can help you construct classroom lessons and activities on the following:
- Quadratic equations
- Linear equation graphing
- Absolute value
- Unit circle
You can use any of the lesson plans available in this chapter to help you brainstorm topics for class discussions or projects, which can help you encourage students to engage fully with the algebra II materials.
How It Helps
- Common Core: Provides relevent information about the standards addressed by these lesson plans
- Vocabulary words: Pinpoints important algebra II terms to include in your lessons
- Learning objectives: Develops learning goals for every lesson, which you can use to assess the progress of your students
How It Works
This helpful resource offers teachers lesson plan outlines with relevant tools to make planning algebra II lessons easy.
- Find lesson plans for specific algebra II topics you want to cover in class.
- Formulate your algebra II class outline using the suggested classroom tools offered in the lesson plans.
- Share the related algebra II lessons for each lesson plan with students in class to make learning fun and engaging.
- Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important algebra II concepts from the lessons.
- Engage your students with relevant algebra II-related activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.
1. Graphing Linear Equations Lesson Plan
In this lesson, students will practice converting between the slope-intercept and standard forms of linear equations. Then, students will graph linear equations using two common procedure that each start with the standard form.
2. Inequalities Lesson Plan
Easy to read and understand, and full of examples and simple steps, this lesson plan will help you teach your students how to solve inequalities in a snap. Guided and independent work samples included, as well as a fun follow-up game.
3. Absolute Value Lesson Plan
Teaching absolute value in mathematics can be tricky, so use this lesson plan to solidify concepts. An video guides students through the concepts and shows how to notate and solve problems with absolute zero. Practice activity is included.
4. Quadratic Equation Lesson Plan
Do your students know the fundamentals of quadratic equations? Two video lesson provide an overview and ample opportunities for beginning-level practice. Our related lessons and extensions allow for more advanced study of this topic.
5. Algebra Math Games
Get ready to discover games that can help your students master algebra concepts, and have fun while doing it. Find out how to use these games in your classroom today.
6. Unit Circle Lesson Plan
Do you feel like you're circling the drain with your instruction on unit circles? Study.com helps you simplify your instruction with a video lesson featuring built-in problems to challenge and instruct your students. A simple in-class activity solidifies understanding. To keep the instruction moving forward, why not try our suggestions for related lessons and supplementary activities?
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Other chapters within the Algebra II: High School course
- Algebra II: Real Numbers
- Algebra II: Complex and Imaginary Numbers Review
- Algebra II: Exponents and Exponential Expressions Review
- Algebra II: Properties of Functions Review
- Algebra II: Linear Equations Review
- Algebra II: Systems of Linear Equations
- Algebra II: Inequalities Review
- Algebra II: Absolute Value Review
- Algebra II: Graphing and Factoring Quadratic Equations Review
- Algebra II: Quadratic Equations
- Algebra II: Factoring
- Algebra II: Polynomials
- Algebra II: Rational Expressions
- Algebra II: Graphing and Functions
- Algebra II: Conic Sections
- Algebra II: Roots and Radical Expressions Review
- Algebra II: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Algebra II: Sequences & Series
- Algebra II: Combinatorics
- Algebra II: Calculations, Ratios, Percent & Proportions Review
- Algebra II: Statistics
- Algebra II: Trigonometry