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Students will evaluate 30 function notation problems and use their results to complete the connect the dots puzzle.

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Students will graph a quadratic function based on the scenario of the comic. Afterwards, they will answer a series of question that hit a lot of student expectations.
• Graphically represent the height of a projectile.
• Construct a

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"Zombie Outbreak!" In this comic, students will graph a linear function (y=mx+b) based on the scenario of the comic. These characters are stranded in a house during a zombie apocalypse and have to ration food. Students will answer questions that

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"Party at My Place" is a comic where two friends want to put on a party but have to make a financial decision of which DJ would be most cost effective. Students will create and graph a linear function for each DJ to figure out their solution.

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"Operation Rescue Private J" Students will use the distance and midpoint formula to calculate the location of a pilot. Students will also have to calculate the linear function that passes through the two points.
• Identify

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The Chase Comic
Students will:
• Calculate the mean, median, mode & range of data collected.
• Complete a timed maze and record the data.
• Construct a bar graph of the data gathered.

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Students will roll dice to determine the slope and y-intercept. They will then graph using Slope-Intercept Form.

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"Cool Off for Summer!" is a comic where students will calculate the a volume of a (rectangular prism) pool and the cost to fill it with water. Students will also determine if the water bill was correct or not, and the percent of the characters check

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Students will get to play an all time favorite game with an inequality twist.
Directions: Use two sets of transparent colored chips. Each player will roll a die on each turn. The number on the die will represent the value of x on that turn and

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This activity will allow students to collaborate as a team to graph piecewise functions and match a description to each graph. I have used this as a warm-up & reinforcement activity.

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"Rainy Day" is a comic where students will calculate two linear functions from two jobs and will identify the rate of change, initial value and use function notation. Students will then use percentages to figure the time needed to save for an

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Comes with: Power Point Presentation, Lesson in PDF format.
Students will apply function notation to solve a missing persons case. The teacher will set up a crime scene in their classroom of six buried bodies. Students will identify if the body

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Concert Revenue Comic
Students will:
Formulate a system of equations.
• Put both equations into slope-intercept form.
• Identify the rate of change and the initial value for both equations.
• Create a t-table representing both functions.
• Graph

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Word Wall for Linear Function, Quadratic Function, Positive Slope & Absolute Value Function.

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These are templates that I have created to help my students with their note taking. It helps them take organized and understandable notes.

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"Moving Day!" is a comic where students will have to calculate how many boxes will fit into a moving truck. Students will also formulate and calculate the price to hire movers to help, given their hourly rate and initial fee.
• Label the dimension

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"Lets Go Fishing!" is a comic where students will calculate the price of kayaks on sale (percent off) with and without tax, to figure out which kayak the character can afford. Students will also calculate the average sale price of the

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Farmers Harvest Comic
Students will:
Farmers Harvest
• Calculate the value of a cube.
• Calculate the value of a composite figure.
• Calculate the amount of times the cube fits into the composite figure.
• Calculate the amount earnings for this

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

As an undergraduate mathematics student, I worked as a research assist for faculty in the mathematics department at The University of Texas at Brownsville. I have six years experience teaching in the secondary public school sector. Three of those years have been at an academy campus which caters to students who have dropped-out, or are labeled credit recovery. I currently teach Algebra 1 at an Early College.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Very visual. For that reason the use of technology is very extensive in my classroom. Ex: {TI-Navigators, Geogebra, Google Sketchup, TI-Smart View, Mimio Teach, Mobi View, Geometer's Sketchpad, Educanon ect..} Since I'm the technology coordinator at my campus, I have access to all equipment, and train teacher who want training. For the past 3 years I have flipped my classes through the use of technology & love it.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year 2007-2008 & 2011-2012

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from The University of Texas at Brownsville with a Bachelors of Science (Mathematics). Completed 6 hours of Masters in Mathematics to date.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Creator of Real Math Comics. Check out more of my products at www.realmathcomics.yolasite.com

GRADES

4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

SUBJECTS

English Language Arts, Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Arithmetic, Fractions, Graphing, Measurement, PreCalculus, Trigonometry, Other (Math), Arts & Music, Music, Accounting, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Math Test Prep, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Writing, Mental Math, Decimals