Dawn Brown

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This is a review for most objectives in the Math 1. This review sheet follows the Common Core Standards. Due to lack of space, some of the instructions are short and you may need to explain further to your students.
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This review sheet is for the big test based on the Common Core for 8th Grade. It has most of the heavy hitter objectives.
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8th
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This scavenger hunt includes 16 problems with similar answers. Teacher posts each "card" around the room. Students start at any card and complete the problem in the box. Once students have the answer, they roam the room looking for the answer
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8th, 9th
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This is a matching game for writing equations in slope intercept form. There are four types of problems. 1. Given slope and intercept 2. Given slope and ordered pair 3. Given two ordered pair 4. Given a graph An answer key is provided for easy
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This puzzle has equations with variables on both sides. It has problems that include integers, decimals and fractions. There are 12 problems. I have used the abbreviations IMS for Infinitely Many Solutions (or All Real Numbers.) The center of
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Absolute value problems that have students moving around the room. Post the problems and have students solve them. As they solve the problems, they find the answer at the bottom of another problem. When finished, all you have to check is the
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7th, 8th, 9th
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This activity practices one step inequalities with all four operations. Teams of students compete to the be the first team to make a path across the board.
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7th, 8th, 9th
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This worksheet includes one step inequalities with all four operations. An answer sheet is included with graphs but the number lines do not include numbers. This can also be used to get kids up and moving. You can cut the squares out and post them
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A quick activity for adding and subtracting integers and gets the students up and moving around the room.
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This graph is in all four quadrants and includes only integer coordinates (no decimals.)
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Students will cut apart 16 squares and piece them back together based on the problems and answers on the squares.
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This product is eight scatter plots for students to draw a trend line/line of best fit. There is also a space for students to tell the type of correlation.
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8th, 9th
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This activity includes three parts of the same graph. With each part, students will do a different rotation. (90 deg. clockwise, 90 deg. counterclockwise and 180 deg.) If done correctly, students will have a graph of a bunny.
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Use this activity to have students solve literal equations. It is designed to played in pairs. Students will solve an equation for the given variable. Students will check each other. If correct, they claim a square on the game board. Winner is
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Cut apart the first sheet with the problems. Post each problem around the room. Make a copy of the second sheet for each student. This has all of the answers on it. Students are to go around the room in search of all the correct answers. When
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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To help my students understand the difference between rational and irrational, I made a quick worksheet that has the notes as well as a few problems asking whether the number is rational or irrational.
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7th, 8th, 9th
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Included are two game boards with directions. In the first game, students will follow a path from the left side of the board to the right and will earn points based on multiplying the polynomials correctly and by challenging their opponents answer
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This worksheet has 19 systems problems best solved by elimination. When the answers are graphed together, students will see a spring wonder.
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8th, 9th
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Students will solve 14 one step equations (addition and subtraction) while being able to move around the room in search of the next problem.
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Students cut apart triangles into thirds. Each third has either a polynomial to be factored or a binomial factor. Students are to match the factors to the polynomial and glue them together. I have included a sheet to cut apart, a sheet that can
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught 8th grade math and algebra for 14 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I try to make math fun by song and activities.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

My greatest honor is being called "Mom."

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Shippensburg University with my Bachelor's Degree and from Appalachian State University with my Master's Degree. I've also served proudly in the United States Army and attended multiple schools through it.

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I have two children, a husband and 2 dogs.

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