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This product provides students with a real life application of linear functions. It allows students to create/analyze functions in a table form, a graph form, as well as a verbal description. It also provides a connection for students as to when you
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This activity requires students to interpret linear equation word problems and graph the equation the students create from the word problem. The students also are required to explain what each variable, coefficient, or constant represent in the
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This activity forces students to look at functions in different modes including a graph, equation, and a table. The students then have to compare the functions in their different states and analyze the information presented in all forms.
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This handout provides students with systems of linear equations word problems to practice. This hand-out also supports students' understanding by providing them the scaffolding of lines to set up the word problem by identifying the variables and two
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Students discover, analyze, and practice with the ratios of similar figure areas and perimeters. Students also are provided with practice problems to try after they have discussed and learned the concepts.
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This lesson provides you and your students a walk-through of creating and analyzing bivariate data in a two-way table. There are also some example scenarios that students need to analyze the two-way table and determine relative frequencies.
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This is an assessment that can be used to test students' skills with functions. It assesses their understanding of functions modeled as a graph, and equation, and a word problem. Students are asked to also determine if a given set of data forms a
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This product is a lesson hand-out for students learning how to determine scale factors and create dilations.
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This is an assessment that covers rotations, reflections, translations, dilations, and similar figure/proportional relationships.
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This activity requires students to analyze qualitative graphs and explain what they represent. Some of the problems ask students to match scenarios to graphs, some require students to explain a graph in their own words, and finally the last problems
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This product provides students space to solve systems of linear equations using the substitution method and using the graphing method side by side. This allows students to visually see the connection between what a solution to a system of linear
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This activity requires students to analyze and describe qualitative graphs. They need to explain the functional relationship between the two quantities of each graph.
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This activity provides students an opportunity to compare and create graphs, tables, and word problems to represent a linear equation.
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This assignment requires students to create a linear equation based on either a word problem, graph, or table of values. Students are given either the equation, word problem, graph, or table of values and have to fill in the remaining three
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Students are required to break down linear equation word problems, by determining the equation from context, explaining each variable of the equation and what it represents, as well as graphing the equation. This forces students to understand each
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This activity requires students to determine if a function represented in a table and graph is linear or non-linear. Students are also asked to interpret functions in word problems, determine their linearity, and solve them.
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This product is a practice test with numerous questions covering the following topics: - Congruent and Similar figures and their corresponding sides and angles - Translations - Rotations -
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This activity provides 7 scientific notation word problems laid out in a stations format. There are 7 pages each with a word problem on it and a graphic organizer provided for the students to go to each word problem station and fill out their work
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This project is designed to help students understand bivariate data association through the creation of a two-way table. Students need to randomly select 90 students to survey two questions of their choosing. The students need to choose two
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This product is a short writing assignment on absolute value. This product also includes a grading rubric for the writing assignment. Oftentimes students can evaluate expressions involving absolute value mathematically, but don't always understand
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught 6th, 7th, and 8th grade mathematics as well as 8th grade reading. I my true passion is mathematics. I also interned in a 4th grade inclusion classroom while obtaining my masters in moderate special education.

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Red Apple Awarad - "Southborough Education Recognizes Colleen Leader in recognition of exemplary teaching". Given by a student's family.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended Boston College where I received a BA in Mathematics and a BA in Elementary Education. I also attended Boston College for graduate school and received a Masters in Moderate Special Education.

I am an avid runner and have run multiple marathons including the Boston Marathons 5 times. I have also coached middle school girls lacrosse and enjoy both watching and coaching the sport. I currently teach 8th grade mathematics and love working with middle school students.

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