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I Have, Who Has is a popular game for reviewing skills. This set of 27 cards reviews the laws of exponents. For anyone unfamiliar with the game,see the free preview for a simplified explanation of the rules.
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You will love this activity. I give it to the students for homework and then put them in groups the following day to discuss their answers. The rule is that they can keep or change their answers, but they are not allowed to get angry if anyone
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Students in pre-algebra or algebra one will enjoy this project about the properties of real numbers. Two different versions of the project are provided in which students draw visual models to illustrate each of the properties of the real number
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I Have, Who Has is a popular game used to review skills. This set of 27 cards provides review and drill for the laws of logarithms. The packet includes 3 sheets that hold the 27 cards,a rule/example sheet and a blank sheet if you want to add more
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This is a three page document containing fill in the blank notes for students on linear equations. The notes include slope of a line, forms of linear equations, how to graph a line, and how to write an equation of a line given certain information.
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This is form a and form b of a linear equations test. The content covers slope of a line and slope intercept form of a line. I am also including an eleven question quiz about slopes of lines.
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I Have, Who Has is a popular game for reviewing skills. These 27 cards cover basic factoring skills (greatest common factor, difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, and general trinomials.) There are sum or difference of cubes in this
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"I Have Who Has" is a popular game for reviewing skills. This set of 27 cards provides review of imaginary and complex number operations, including rationalizing denominators. For anyone unfamiliar with the game, download the free preview for the
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My school is too small to offer a separate course for honors students. This is a packet containing the application and expectations for honors algebra and precalculus students. Also included is my "Project 100" that is appropriate for honors
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This activity provides notes and 8 practice problems with horizontal and vertical lines. Given one or two clues, the student completes the form to describe the lines. I found that many of my students would state the slope of these lines and forget
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This is a set of 4 ten-question factoring quizzes that can be used to assess students mastery of factoring skills. I require my students to be able to factor 8 out of ten with no errors. I list students who have mastered factoring on a form that is
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This is a lesson about slopes of lines and finding intecepts of lines. It is 3 pages of fill-in notes and a 3 page key (teacher's guide). There are lots of details and grids are printed on the notes so that students can practice graphing as the
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In this lesson, students are given a handout with various forms of linear equations listed and discussed. Then fill in notes are provided so that the students can practice writing equations of lines given various conditions. It should be noted that
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This is a 6 slide powerpoint covering how to solve exponential equations by relating the bases and by using logarithms. There is also emphasis for the student to consider whether the unknown is in the base or in the exponent. The powerpoint is
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This is a page of notes to help students determine if absolute value signs are needed when simplifying a radical expression. This handout is helpful to my students and I am always amazed at how they keep trying to determine if an answer needs the
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This is a 25 question, fill-in the blank quiz or worksheet assessing the students understanding of slope concepts. It is ideal to assign as a cooperative group activity to generate a discussion about slope or as an individual quiz. Some of the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Math Department Chairman, Goose Creek High School for over 20 years,Math Coordinator for Berkeley County Schools for 3 years, retired from public schools after 28 years of service, currently teaching at St. John's Christian Academy in Moncks Corner for the past 8 years, presenter at local and state math conferences.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I'm fairly traditional in content, but I like to embrace technology in my lessons. I am an avid graphing calculator user; I frequently prepare smartboard lessons and integrate computer websites when appropriate. I believe having a sense of humor is a key to establishing a rapport with my students. I encourage my students to keep trying and I give them lots of chances to succeed.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Month, Teacher of the Year, Who's Who Among Teachers, Tandy Technology Award

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B. S. Baptist College at Charleston (Now CSU) MAT The Citadel