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Amber Pasillas
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The lesson starts by introducing different kinds of polygons, the correct name & shape, and it has you identify different types of quadrilaterals...
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ROOM201
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Do you have a problem solving power point?
September 28, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
Amber Pasillas
Amber Pasillas  (TpT Seller)
Yes I do. It is available on my other website. Go to www.mathslideshows.com and scroll down to find Problem Solving. It is a digital download as well. Thanks for asking
September 28, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

Cynthia Bell
Cynthia B. re: MEAN, MEDIAN, MODE, RANGE, OUTLIER a Powerpoint Presentation
Hi~
I love your power point that I just purchased. Thank you very much.
Is there a study guide that goes along with the power point? It asks the students to take out their study guide.
Thank you.
May 5, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
Amber Pasillas
Amber Pasillas  (TpT Seller)
The study guide is at the end of the Powerpoint. If you would like the study gide template go to www.mathslideshow.com. You can download it for frr if you look at the heading called Study Guide. Sorry I took so long to respond. I didn't see this question until today.
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havefunlearning
havefunlearning  (TpT Seller) re: AREA OF A CIRCLE DISCOVERY a Powerpoint Presentation
Just an fyi that I'm afraid I couldn't see the words on your preview very well. Is it a PowerPoint? Usually people will use a few pages of the PowerPoint in the sample. Thank you!
April 6, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

Terese Bennett
Terese Bennett  (TpT Seller)
On the Mean Median Mode Outlier PowerPoint there is an error. When finding the mean it should be 96 divided by 6 not 60 divided by 6. Otherwise, I absolutely loved the thoroughness of the presentation. I had my students do a brochure with it. Perfect match!
March 28, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

Scipi
Scipi  (TpT Seller)
I'll check out your blog today. I hope you will look at mine as well:

http://gofigurewithscipi.blogspot.com/
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Scipi
Scipi  (TpT Seller) re: AREA OF A TRAPEZOID a Powerpoint Presentation
I saw your store on the home page of Teachers Pay Teachers; so, I thought I would look at your freebie. I left you a rating. Well done!

I hope you will have time to rate one of my freebies listed below.

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I am now your 2nd follower, and hope you will reciprocate at my store as well. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/SciPi/Products

I also have a math blog, if you are interested: http://gofigurewithscipi.blogspot.com/

The teaching world needs quality math materials; so, good luck as you sell on TPT!
November 1, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
Amber Pasillas
Amber Pasillas  (TpT Seller)
Hello Scipi!
Thank you for following me. I am new to TpT. I am now following you too!

I have over 300 Powerpoint slideshows available on my website:

http://www.mathslideshows.com/

I haven't had time to post everything yet on TpT but I plan to very soon. Thank you for following me!
November 1, 2011 Report inappropriate comment
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught junior high school Math for the last 13 years. This includes teaching 6th grade Math, 7th grade Pre-Algebra, 8th grade Algebra, 8th grade Basic Math, and Algebra Readiness intervention classes. I can tell you that developing interactive slideshow Math lessons on each topic taught in Math has been a huge motivator for student participation, student involvement & interaction. With the birth of my 3rd son I transferred to my boy's school. I taught kindergarten for one year and now I have taught 2nd grade for two years. For the last three years I have been able to teach two of my boys!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I use my Power Points slideshows to teach Math lessons each day in my class. The slideshows are fully engaging, interactive and animated, which helps keep students involved. It has helped students in many ways because not only do students see a concept, but they hear it, read it, say it, but most importantly write it at the end of the lesson (study guide notes that students take after the slideshow lesson.)

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

With all of my Math Slideshows, I try to reach all the learning modalities for all types of learners. For example, when I teach the topic of integers I start with a hands-on model, which is interactive with students using algebra tiles or tile spacers and using an interactive website that involves virtual manipulatives. This is really useful for the learner who needs to visually see what a positive and negative is. The next day I teach the lesson using a vertical number line so that students can relate it to real life such as being on an elevator. In doing this, students see the content standard in multiple ways and it reaches all types of learners in the classroom. The next lesson involves the rules and using what we have learned and discovered. After several days of seeing the concept differently students can really understand why subtracting a negative is really adding a positive (and not just memorizing the rules.) So with all of my lessons I try to meet the needs of all types of learners, and most importantly I don’t just tell my students to memorize the rules, I let them discover the rules and I always show they why something works. This is very powerful in a Mathematics classroom!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS in Mathematics & BA in Liberal Arts. Multiple Subject Teaching Credential with a supplementary in Mathematics & English. A Master in Education specializing in Mathematics Curriculum and Instruction.

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