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This is a cumulative project on the first half of linear functions unit: graphing lines in slope intercept form, interpretation of linear functions (what slope and intercepts mean) and domain and range. Check out the preview to see entire project.

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Interactive for students, get them moving around the room, and self checking their answers! Created with algebra 1 CCSS in mind, addressing all sorts of rate of change problems: from table, graph, two points, pattern, and situation (word problem).

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Interactive for students, get them moving around the room, and self checking their answers! Created with algebra 1 CCSS in mind, addressing basic explicit geo and arithmetic sequences, with sequence notation and formulas. A bit more focused on

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Teacher directions: group students in groups of 4-5. Each student gets a number (listed at the end of ppt), easiest way is to have them take out a piece of paper and write the number in large enough print for everyone to see, or a personal white

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Students are required to match a graph, equation, table of values, domain and range, and other misc info about linear, quadratic, exponential, and absolute value functions. Also includes inequalities and equations. Used as a review activity at the

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Used as a review worksheet (in class or study guide, your choice) covers line of best fit, two way tables, mean, median, mode, 5 number summary, box and whisker, dot plots, frequency table, and histograms. Word doc for your own edits.

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This is a matching activity similar to my linear functions and quadratic functions activities.Students have 5 categories, some with graphs, some with tables, some with statistical analysis (min, Q1, Q3, median, max, or mean, median, mode, or line of

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I started teaching in spring 2007 and have taught all levels of math from pre algebra to AP Statistics. (I have never taught Calculus!)

MY TEACHING STYLE

I tend to to a mixture of both teacher centered and student centered lessons, and try to get my students up and moving as much as possible.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am a nationally certified teacher as of 2013 in AYA Math.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I went to McDaniel College: a small liberal arts college in central MD for an undergrad in Math with a minor in secondary edu.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I teach north of Seattle, in south Everett, WA in a title 1 school. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions!