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This sprint includes 2 versions that cover the basic purpose of the distributive property, especially distributing by a negative. Additionally, this sprint reviews multiplication of integers, and therefore should be done

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This sprint includes various problems finding slope from two points. Answers include positive, negative, zero, and undefined slopes. Problems are increasing in difficulty, with Sprint 5B being more difficult than 5A (more fractions!). There are two

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Sprint 2 is an additional exercise to my free Sprint 1 exercise, as both deal with basic integer operations. In this sprint, the numbers used are slightly more difficult.
This is a great activity if you think your students need some quick review

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Short fill in the blank note sheet where students practice identifying the various type sof angles in the diagram and deciding if the pairs are congruent or supplementary to each other.
When I do this activity in class, I have students highlight

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Students answer 27 problems requiring the use of various exponent rules.

This sprint includes looking at a set of ordered pairs, equations, mapping diagrams, and graphs, and determining if each is a function. Problems are slightly increasing in difficulty, with Sprint 6B being a bit more difficult than 6A. There are two

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Sprints are a great way to enhance mathematical fluency. Sprints are loosely based upon topics in the Pearson Algebra Common Core textbook. All documents can be edited in Word.
Sprint 1A and 1B each have 32 problems with operations of integers.

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Brief overview of geometry properties and postulates

New Algebra Sprint! 12 questions per side on factoring expressions by pulling out the greatest common factor. Includes a few with fractional GCFs.
How to use a sprint in your classroom: Give students exactly 1 minute (or however long you want) to

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New Algebra Sprint! 12 questions per side on factoring the difference of two perfect squares.
How to use a sprint in your classroom: Give students exactly 1 minute (or however long you want) to do the first side. The goal is to get as many correct

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"Checking Out Algebra!" is my introduction to the school year in Geometry. Throughout the course, there are certain algebraic topics the students will have to recall and apply within Geometry problems (factoring, solving systems of equations,

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a teacher for seven years in New York! I particularly specialize in Geometry, but with some Algebra and Calculus sprinkled in as well :)

MY TEACHING STYLE

Working my way through Common Core and the Regents Exams!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a BS in Mathematics Education from Marist College and a MS in Instructional Technology from NYIT.

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GRADES

6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}, Not Grade Specific

SUBJECTS

Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Calculus, Geometry, Graphing, PreCalculus, Math Test Prep, Algebra 2