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Activities for Math in 11th grade

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T-Chart

Compare and contrast two concepts with a T-chart!

Download this template to start brainstorming with your class today.

Venn Diagram | 2 Circles

Compare and contrast two concepts with a Venn Diagram!

Download this template to start brainstorming with your class today.

Frayer Model

Introduce a Frayer Model to your class with this fun template!

Frayer Models are great tools for students to better understand new and important concepts by listing examples, non-examples, facts, and definitions.

This activity can be assigned as an individual or group activity, or as a teacher model.

Main Idea & Supporting Details | Purple

Guide students as they learn to identify main ideas and supporting details with this simple template!

This type of identification process is a foundational skill for all learning. Using this template provides a helpful framework for students at the beginning of their reading and learning journey.

Included in this purple template is a blank space for any main idea, plus three featured details. Make use of this activity for independent reading or learning, and for class-wide collaboration.

Main Idea & Supporting Details | Blue

Guide students as they learn to identify main ideas and supporting details with this simple template!

This type of identification process is a foundational skill for all learning. Using this template provides a helpful framework for students at the beginning of their reading and learning journey.

Included in this blue template is a blank space for any main idea, plus three featured details. Make use of this activity for independent reading or learning, and for class-wide collaboration.

The Math Quest

The Math Quest template helps students tackle math word problems through a super fun narrative! Do they have what it takes to Visit the Fortune Teller? (Write an answer sentence) Master Combat? (Draw or model) or Make their Map? (Write out their plan to solve). If the answer is yes, they will complete their quest triumphantly and survive to Tell their Tale (justify their answer) for all to hear. Whoop whoop!

Fishbone Chart | Purple

Visual cause and effect relationships are better with a Fishbone Chart!

Use the head of the fish as the effect, the tips of the fins as the causes, and the individual lines on the fins as the details about each cause.