# 2chalks

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*** Disclaimer*** No, I did not come up with this idea on my own. I did, however, take my time to create the template for your use. Use this vocabulary puzzle for reinforce terms and definitions, play matching games, and allow students to practice
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This activity is designed to help students create the proofs for the Alternate Interior/ Exterior Angle Theorem, and the Consecutitive (Same Side) interior/ exterior angle theorem. It is a cut and paste activity. The first 4 pages are the outlines
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This file contains 3 quizzes. One regular quiz, a modified one, and an advanced one. Each quiz has a key included (pg 4-6 of the document). Some material was borrowed from various curriculum, but I compiled and created this quiz. Topics
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Includes both distance and midpoint formula, when to use them, and room to do two examples of each with your students. Print the foldable front to back, fold top and bottom fourth of the page over to cover examples on back. Great for interactive
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This is a step by step lesson that can be used to teach students how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers with two color counters If you do not have access to these counters at your school you can use the website provided as a virtual
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This includes 3 different quizzes. One is a regular quiz, one is for pre-ap geometry, and one is modified. It addresses surface area and volume of 3 dimensional figures, as well as unit conversion with surface area and volume.
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*** Disclaimer*** No, I did not come up with this idea on my own. I did, however, take my time to create the template for your use. Use this vocabulary puzzle for reinforce terms and definitions, play matching games, and allow students to practice
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This can be used to introduce trig functions of any angle (more than just on the unit circle). Includes six puzzles with the point on the circle, and then the sine and cosine of each point. Learning objective: Students will know how to evaluate
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This puzzle provides either a radius or an apothem and identifies the regular polygon. The student then has to match it with the correct area. To make this simpler you can erase (or white out before copying) the border of the puzzle. Keep an uncut
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Use this foldable to teach students the differences between a line, line segment, and a ray. Angle is included on the foldable to show that it is only two rays joined by a common endpoint. Print it front to back, fold the top fourths down to the
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This is a guided activity, individual practice, skills showcase, and assessment. It covers measuring angles in polygons, adding angles to create specific angle measures, and then actually measuring angles (you can estimate). Materials needed:
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This file includes four practice problems. I have used them as a quick informal assessment to students understanding after a lesson, they can also be used in place of homework. You could also incorporate Kagan practices into this lesson like sage
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This activity will help students visually understand the concept of the sampling distribution of sample means. These years represent the dates on a penny in a collection. The mean of the pennies in the collection is 50 with a standard deviation of
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In my geometry class I give a daily homework quiz. This is generally one question from the homework they have to copy and answer. They will staple this sheet (cut into thirds) to the front top of their paper and turn it in. I grade homework on
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This is designed for a high school geometry course. Print the PDF front to back, fold over leaving "undefined terms" visible on the side. Instruct students to cut on the lines under each term so you can lift and see the picture and description (for
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Includes: -One Student Recording Sheet -Six Area and Perimeter Puzzles Cut puzzles for students ahead of time. Students can work in groups, pairs, or individually depending on level.
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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This is a card matching game for quadrilaterals. When photocopied front and back, the cards will line up. Page 1 pairs with page 3, 2 with page 4, and 5 and 6 go together (with two blanks in case you want to add to it) When you cut the cards out,
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This activity allows students to practice synthetic and long division. Can easily be used as a group work, round robin, think pair share, or any other informal assessment.
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I use this in my geometry class as their first quiz. It covers the undefinable terms, segment addition postulate, angle addition postulate, linear pairs, and vertical angles.
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Use on student notebooks to keep an ongoing list of important vocabulary terms. Columns for Vocab Word, Definition, "In My Own Words" and visual representation. Helps make student learning concrete and helps students tie learning to real life
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught 7th, 8th, and high school math for 3 years now. I am certified in secondary and middle grades, ESL, and I am currently working on my Masters in Math Teaching

MY TEACHING STYLE

I prefer to do as little direct instruction as possible. I think that kids learn best from doing, and from experiences and discussions with their peers.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher Quality Grant, 2011 Lake Cities Education Foundation Grant, 2013

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY