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To save you some time when you are preparing your lessons on dependent and independent events, I have collected a bunch of problems that can be solve by drawing tree diagrams and made a slide show of the questions and there answers. The tree
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This package includes 7 different worksheets on transformations: Worksheet 1:Translations Worksheet 2&3: Reflections Worksheet 4&5: Rotations Worksheet 6: Enlargements Worksheet 7: Combining different transformations Each of these activities
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This is one of my favourite lessons. I made use of tracing paper to get learners to investigate the effect of 90 degree rotations and from there develop the rules for rotations around the origin. The powerpoint walk you through the whole
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This lesson involves learners practically in sorting numbers into the different number systems. I make use of tree-diagrams, tables and Venn-diagrams to show how the numbers systems fit together. Between these 3 most learners are able to see the
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I made use of different visual aids to help learners develop the concept of adding integers and especially subtracting integers, without basing it on their understanding of the rule "neg x neg = pos" which they might know but very few understand. In
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This is a short powerpoint that I use to introduce the concept of integers on a number line. If you like this lesson, you might want to buy the my next lesson on integers called "Adding and subtracting integers"
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This is the last lesson in a series on transformations. If you liked my lesson on ROTATIONS, you will will like this one too. It consists of an investigation (with accompanying powerpoint) to help learners develop the rules for enlargements and
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This is a self study activity to introduce learners to the basic vocabulary of 3 dimensional shapes. All the information they need to answer the questions is contained in the notes. It includes the differences between prisms, pyramids, cylinders,
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This slideshow contains animated slides of all the theorems we do in Circle geometry with their proofs. Each theorem is set out clearly with all the necessary reasons, notation, and a sketch. I have created a shorter version that includes all
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Using Powerpoint when teaching pie charts enable the learners to see exactly what you are doing when you draw a pie chart. In the example I tried to set the powerpoint up exactly as you would do when you draw the graph by hand. This take the pain
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This is another investigation that was set up for learners to do completely unaided. The concept is not a new one, but here is everything they need in the same place in a well scaffolded activity. I use it as an assessment, but it can also work very
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To understand the effect of different parameters on the sketch of a graph is a challenge for most learners. Drawing the parabolas help with that understanding, but it is not enough. This product includes an investigation into the horizontal
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I designed this investigation for my grade 9 learners, after our area was hit by some horrific fires. The investigation was designed in such a way that learners can work through it by themselves, with no preparation or help from the teacher.
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I am always looking for more geometry exercises and I never seem to find any. At least not to practice the basic principals. So over the years I have created this worksheet to give my learners lots of practice. This is a mixed worksheet that make
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This is a Do-it-yourself worksheet to help learners understand the concept of functions and get familiar with the different ways that we can use functions - function machines, as equations, tables or graphs. It also introduce terms like domain and
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This is guided activity to help learners discover the effect of enlargements on the area and perimeter of a shape. It is based on the cartesian plane, so learners must be familiar with coordinates and specially the rule for enlargements.
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Where we can normally only use trig in right-angled triangles, the Sine rule allows use to expand that knowledge to other triangles that doesn't have right angles. The focus of this slide show is to demonstrate the proof of the Sine-Rule. But I
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I have found that no textbook has enough practice is drilling basic algebra skills, so I wrote my own worksheets with the sole purpose of reinforcing these skills by practice. I took a lot of trouble ensuring that these exercises include all the
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We spend to much time calculating theoretical probability that we seldom take the time to work with relative frequency. We tell learners that as the sample size grow, the relative frequency will tend towards the theoretical probability, but do they
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Once learners are comfortable with solving quadratic equations by completing the square, the can derive the quadratic formula themselves. I designed this investigation with a dual aim: To show the need of the quadratic formula and show learners how
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I spend two years teaching at Burntwood School for Girls in Wandsworth, London. Part of that time I was teaching Maths and the rest of the time I filled in for other teachers, covering a multitude of subjects. I then tried my hand as a primary school teacher, but soon realised that I belong in a maths class. For the last 8 years, I have been a High School Maths Teacher at one of the top Girls Schools in South Africa, teaching all the classes from gr 8 to gr 12. During the last couple of years,my focus has shifted to incorporating technology into the classroom in an effective and efficient way.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Even though I thoroughly believe that the understanding of mathematical concepts should be developed, I also believe in practising those concepts. Just as understanding how your body and muscles work and how to do exercises, doesn't make you fit (or keep you fit), understanding mathematical concepts does not make you proficient in maths. If I want to be fit I need to jog (even though I find it the most boring activity on earth), the same way, if I want to be good in maths I have to practice my skills. I spend a lot of time making user friendly powerpoint presentations for my lessons. I try to make them easy to use for teachers and easy to follow for learners.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received a Bachelors degree Cum Laude, with majors in Mathematics and Psychology as well as a Post Graduate Teaching Certificate that was also awarded to me Cum Laude.

Pop over to my blog butterflyclassrooms.co.za for lots of free ideas and information.

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