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This is a short, 25-question practice test that reflects the format of the Florida Algebra End of Course Exam. In the past I have given this to students during a 35-45 minute time frame, depending on how much time was available. Overall, the

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Rational Exponents! AIR is the company that will start making the standardized EOC Exam for Florida. The format is very open-ended and presents more of a challenge to students than they have ever seen before. This worksheet (you could use this as

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Solving Literal Equations! These are open-ended multiple choice questions where each question has more than one correct answer. Answers are included.

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11 Questions starting from basic arithmetic sequence to probing about the comparisons between the sequence and the graph it forms. The questions lead students to graphing and writing the equation of this arithmetic sequence. This is easily an

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9 real world word problems that mostly consist of linear expressions and functions. Some can be used by solving systems. These problems are modeled after the Florida Algebra End of Course (EOC) Exam.

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4 questions, all with at least one error. Students are expected to identify and explain what errors were made and what steps needed to be taken to fix them. This can be used as a classwork worksheet, homework, or a small bank for assessment

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An AVID activity that will require you to take students on the football field to show them the importance of dimensional analysis in the real world. Students will be required to estimate values and collaborate and discuss why/if their answers

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Equations in two variables, linear equations, identifying solutions (coordinate points) of equations. Written as open-ended multiple choice questions, modeled after how I believe AIR will be writing multiple choice questions for the Florida Algebra

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Writing expressions, all multiple choice and open-ended. This serves as a great introduction to word problems or assessment for writing expressions.

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9 Probing questions about x- and y- intercepts of linear functions, domain, and range. Includes CCSS vocabulary such as 'explain,' 'generate,' 'develop,' and more.

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11 word problems that include: setting up equations, solving systems, mixture problems, and distance/rate/time problems. These are modeled after the Florida Algebra End of Course Exam test examples.

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Evaluating expressions! AIR is the company that will start making the standardized EOC Exam for Florida. The format is very open-ended and presents more of a challenge to students than they have ever seen before. This worksheet (you could use this

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Solving and Graphing Inequalities! These are open-ended multiple choice questions where each question may have more than one answer. This is great for practice, discussion, or adding to your assessments. Answers included.

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10 questions on classifying real numbers. 9/10 are multiple choice with more than one possible answer. Answer sheet is included. The format of these questions is my interpretation of what the new Florida Algebra EOC (made by AIR) will look like.

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Solving equations! This is my interpretation of how AIR will write the Algebra EOC for Florida. Open-ended, multiple choice questions with more than one correct possible answer. Answer key is provided.

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Functions! My intepretation of how AIR will write multiple choice questions for functions. All open-ended, this really tests the students knowledge and would make for a good question bank for tests or quizzes or challenge questions. Answer sheet

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3 questions, students must identify the errors and identify what the student needs to understand in order to avoid those mistakes in the future. This can be used as a worksheet or added to an assessment. Answers not included.

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Simplifying expressions and like terms! This is my interpretation of how questions could be asked on the new Florida Algebra EOC after AIR starts remaking the test. 9 out of 11 of the questions are multiple choice so this can be adapted and used

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I'm going on five years of teaching experience, all of which have been dedicated to teaching algebra students and preparing them for the Florida Algebra End of Course (EOC) Exam. I have access to a lot of resources and now I'm creating more on my own so students have access to more practice in preparation for the test, especially with the new challenges of the Common Core State Standards. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this test, it is an end of course pass/fail test (that mostly consists of word problems) that also counts for 30% of the students' total grade in the course. It is now going to be made by AIR in Florida, which is much more rigorous and open-ended than we have seen in standardized testing before. From here on out anything I add will be written in this new format.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I LOVE using my Smartboard and other technologies to help my students. I have a Youtube channel (AlgebraBTHS) dedicated to working out example problems to help them. I regularly use edmodo.com with my students as well to give them access to any information they need for extra help.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was chosen by a student honored for her positive impact in her community as her mentor and was privileged to attend a banquet in our honor. I have also been chosen to be part of my school's AVID Site team. It's a huge honor and I absolutely love this program!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Florida State University graduate; I currently work at the high school I graduated from.

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7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}, Homeschool

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Specialty, Math, Algebra, Basic Operations, Fractions, Graphing, Measurement, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Mathematics, Math Test Prep, Word Problems, Problem Solving, Algebra 2, Tools for Common Core