Algebra II Files

Here are all the posts that contain NoteTakerMakers for Algebra II.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do you use these?
I usually have a NoteTakerMaker for each section I cover. They are a blend of definitions, charts, example problems, and problems I want them to try individually or in groups.

Why are some parts of the worksheet in a really big font that doesn’t even fit in the textbox?
I use Calibri 97% of the time, but I also like Chocolate Covered Raindrops and Running for a Cause. If something looks REALLY BIG or doesn’t all fit in a box, it’s probably because it’s in that font.  Either download and install the fonts (you usually have to restart Word for it to recognize that it’s there now), or change the font and font size to something you like.

Why can’t I type and change this equation?
I use the old-school Equation Editor 3.0.  If you need to edit an equation, double click it to open the equation editor.  Learn how to better use Equation Editor here.

Did you make a mistake on this?
Although I’ve tried to fix all known typos, I’m sure there are still some around.  Part of the fun of the homework is to try and find the mistakes in the answer key. (But seriously, let me know if you find one–I really do try to fix them!)

Equations/Inequalities (and other “chapter one” stuff):

Linear graphs (includes Absolute Value Graphing) Coming Soon!

Systems

Matrices

Quadratics (factoring, solving, and graphing)

Function Transformations

Polynomials (solving and graphing) 

Radical Expressions/Equations 

Exponentials and Logarithms

Rational Expressions/Equations/Graphs 

Sequences and Series Coming Soon!

Probability Coming Soon!

Trig

 

11 comments on “Algebra II Files

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  7. Thank you so much for posting these resources. It is very much appreciated!

    • You are very welcome! Thanks for letting me they’re useful! 🙂

  8. […] Meg Craig’s Files – Meg didn’t know it at the time, but she saved me so much stress last year when I was the only teacher in a school teaching four different preps. I used so much from her that I can’t thank her enough. I love that she not only puts her files up as Word documents so you can edit them to fit your class but also that she usually shares her teacher keys so you can see how she goes through everything with her classes. My favorite by far was her advice on Graphing Polynomials, which I taught in College Algebra and then later in Algebra II. My classes ended up dancing like John Travolta and playing R. Kelly’s Remix to Ignition (for the bounces) all the time after that. It was so fun and it just clicked for the students. […]

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