CST Review Algebra 1 - Part 1


  • Aug 22 2010 2:40 PM

    David Melton

    This resource was matched by a member of the Brokers of Expertise Standards Matching Team.

  • May 12 2009 10:00 AM

    CST Review // Helen Papadopoulos

    I used this with my classes and they loved it! Kids who normally don't participate much in class were totally engaged! I gave out some "joke" prizes to my winning teams...now they want to "play" more!
  • May 12 2009 9:35 AM

    Used it and Loved it! // Claudia Benedetti

    In my Algebra 1 classes, I used CST Algebra 1 Jeopardy Game to review all the standards and the results were fantastic. This has to be one of the best stress relievers for the CST. Not only did the students enjoy using it, but commented on how smart they felt going into the test. Many identified questions that I had used as Warm-ups during the year and felt quite proud of themselves for remembering the strategies we had talked about at that time. In my opinion, this should be standard fare for all Algebra 1 teachers who wish to review and have fun doing it.
  • Apr 21 2009 2:56 PM

    SUPER COOL! // Victoria Williams

    I may use this during testing days when classes are extra long but I only see the kids every other day. It is a nice review while being a bit more fun and giving the kids a different format than the paper-pencil testing they have to do for three hours!
    • Apr 21 2009 4:26 PM

      CST review // Micheline LeBlanc

      Check out Khan Academy as well; I posted that link a few weeks ago. Great review for school or home.
  • Apr 14 2009 8:43 PM

    CST Algebra 1 Jeopardy Game // Rose Ann Morris

    This downloaded nicely and I plan to use it next week. Thanks.
    • Apr 15 2009 5:30 PM

      CST jeopardy game // Micheline LeBlanc

      Please make it a "favorite" so others will notice and use it as well.

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A Jeopardy game using CST Algebra 1 released questions in exponents, solving multi-step equations, linear equations and linear graphing,

Learning Registry Activity


    Topics and Grades

    Grade: 7 to 8

    Topics: Mathematics


    Matched Standards

    Resource Pedagogy

    Resource Type/Classification:

    • Interactives


    Instructional Strategy

    Teaching Method: Educational Game; Assessment

    Assessment Type: Formative; Self Evaluation; Practice Exam; Informal