# AshleyS

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This is a fun and engaging activity for your students to complete while learning about inequalities. This teaches them how this concept applies to the real world and how inequality words are used in real life! The students will learn inequality
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This is a family vacation budgeting project that was created for a Consumer Math class, but it can be used for all math classes. This project allows students to work in groups while researching various travel sites on the internet. This project also
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This is a worksheet packet that teaches students the choices involved when renting an apartment. In this packet, the students have to calculate their monthy income based on their listed weekly income. They will also figure out the cost of living in
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This is an activity that gives students the chance to use their creativity to create a children's book about integers!! This packet includes a detailed rubric broken down into sections for easy teacher grading. This packet also includes an original
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This is an activity that focuses on tipping 15% and 20% in a restaurant setting. There are two note sheets that explain how to tip both 15 and 20% with examples, as well as, a two page practice worksheet packet. It also includes a challenge question
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This is a sheet that is passed out at the beginning of each school year to my Consumer Math classes. It explains the procedures for the year in class such as: the student's "job" for the year the rent that is due for living at their "desk", cost of
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Idioms can be extremely difficult for students to understand, especially those students with special needs! Many of my students with Autism take idioms literally and need further explanation as to what the phrases mean. Included in this packet: *
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It's that time of year, tax time!! This is a lesson on paying taxes. There are questions such as when are taxes due each year and name two different ways you can pay taxes (online and through the mail). The students are given two different people
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This is an entertaining and enjoyable project where the students get to design a neighborhood of their own! It allows them to use their creativity all while practicing mathematical skills in the areas of perimeter, area, and circumference. Included
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This is an activity that teaches students about ratios and how to write them and read them! In this activity, the students will survey their classmates regarding their likes and interests in order to learn about a ratio and what it means. Each
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This is an excellent resource for students who will take part in the planning of their IEP transition goals or for a student getting ready to graduate from high school. This is a packet that includes 5 steps in which the students will fill out
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This sheet gives the students an overview of what a ratio is AND an explanation of how to write a ratio in 3 different ways! This activity gives the students a chance to survey their classmates regarding pets, siblings, and buying vs. packing
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This is a daily warm-up activity that can be completed at the beginning of a class for elementary students or students with special needs that need extra practice with daily living skills.. (name, address, phone number..) This sheet also touches on
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This worksheet focuses on the concept of buying products on layaway. It describes what it means for something to be put away on layway, asks students to calculate the down payments needed based on a given percentage, and also asks the students what
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This is a social story designed for students with Autism about someone having surgery. When a student or a teacher is going to have surgery and might be out of school, this is a nice way to prepare them about the change.
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This is behavior incentive chart that is student-led where there is a "leader" assigned each week to be the judge to place green and red X's next to each student's name at the end of a subject/period. The teacher is the ultimate "judge," however,
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This is a daily warm-up activity that you can complete with your students in many different subject areas. It touches on calendar, weather, birthdays, phone numbers, time and elapsed time, good parts of the day, and what to look forward to after
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This is a packet to be used with elemetary aged students or with students with special needs. This can also be used in a communication class or a speech therapy setting. This packet includes: 3 worksheets 1 writing the letter of the matching word
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This is an activity that gives students the opportunity to use a newspaper to locate real-world decimals. It give students practice in rounding decimals to tenths, hundredths, thousandths, and ten thousandths. It also involves practice in lining up
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This is a FREE sheet that you can give to your students at the beginning of an Algebra unit or Algebra class. This shows what they already know and gives you the opportunity to discuss new vocabulary!
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7 years as a special education teacher in the areas of math, science, and health!

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style is fun, interactive, and real-world related. I believe in teaching my students the purpose of why I am teaching them the concepts presented. I believe in the individual student and adapting my resources and materials to meet the needs of each student!

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highly qualified in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Ohio University