# Alexandra Davis

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This is a comparison between linear and exponential functions (to help meet common core state standards). Students are given a situation (word problem) and asked to write if it is linear or exponential, an equation to represent it, and complete a
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Project to get kids invested... designing cell phone cases! Then they try to sell them, and determine if they make profits. Students design their own case, and then are randomly given sets of cards that tell them cost, how many they've sold, etc.
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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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Review worksheet for area and perimeter, great to use before you delve into area of regular polygons in geometry, or to use as unit review. No composite figures. Includes coordinate area/perimeter involving distance formula.
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This activity encompasses graphing, writing equations, dependent/independent variables, explaining slope and y-intercept in context of the situation, and comparing multiple functions. Students are given a business scenario and have to use linear
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This is similar to my statistics and linear matching activities. Students match a graph with an equation with a max/min, with zeros, etc. Is a GREAT activity. Took my students a good 60 minutes, and some still didn't finish. I used with algebra 1,
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A cumulative unit test on all things functions, aligned with CCSS, meant to be geared toward algebra 1 but could be perhaps used in algebra 2... covers discrete/continuous, dependent/independent, domain/range, determining if a relation is a function
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This activity is designed to introduce systems of equations to an algebra 1 or algebra 2 group after students know how to graph lines. Students are given a coordinate point, and need to stand up if they are a solution to the equation displayed.
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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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Fun activity to review equation solving: single variable, includes distributive property, combine like terms, and variables on both sides. Arrange students in groups of 6. Each person gets a tree with a number on it. Scaffold as needed: top left E,
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This activity is designed with CCSS in mind to help students review connections between a graph, an equation, a table of values, slope/yintercept, x and y intercept, and a verbal sentence. Students are to match one of each. Very easy activity to
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Made for an algebra 1 course, but could be used for algebra 2 if you modified a bit, or added to it. Concepts include: classifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, simplifying, factoring, evaluating, max/min, analysis, error analysis... just check
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Memory Game! Its just like the normal game of memory: all cards face down, randomly arranged. Students are in groups or teams (play with small groups or as a whole class) and flip over two cards. If the slopes are parallel, its a match! If the
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Cumulative exam covering many CCSS and WA standards in an algebra 1 course. I only chose the most VITAL skills I thought students needed to know for algebra 2. I use this as my proof of student growth... I give it 3-4 times a year and compare scores
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Includes distributive property, and combining like terms (doesn't have variables on both sides!) Assign partners each a column: Partner A solves their problems independently and Partner B solves theirs independently. They compare answers after each
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Word doc, so you can modify it as you need. I made this for my standard level geometry class as a homework worksheet. Has all shapes: triangles, rectangles, circles, and a hexagon.
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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.

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!