Implementing the Common Core

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1. In finding the area of rectangles with fractional side lengths, the Common Core allows for the use of (a) either the distributive property of multiplication or (b) the multiplication of improper fractions. 2. These Lesson Plans explain how to
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1. These Lesson Plans explain that the area of a rectilinear figure can be found by dividing the shape into smaller rectangles. The partial area of the smaller rectangles can then be added together to find the total area of the figure. 2.
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1. This second set of Lesson Plans for Standard 5.MD.B.2 explains how to graph a set of data on a line plot using fractions to 1/8 of a whole. 2. These Lesson Plans include a discussion on how to partition a number line to 1/8 intervals, find
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1. These Lesson Plans explain that rectangles can be tiled to model the distributive property of multiplication. The distributive property is a strategy that is used in the third grade to assist with the learning of the more "difficult"
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1. These Lesson Plans show the multiplication of whole numbers using strategies that increase students' knowledge of place value. 2. These Lesson Plans review the basic skills that students need to have acquired while in the third grade to
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1. These Lesson Plans explain that a digit in one place has ten times the value of the same digit in the place directly to its right. Conversely, a digit has one tenth of the value of the same digit in the place directly to its left. 2.
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1. These Lesson Plans explain that a fraction (a/b) is a division problem where the numerator (a) is divided by the denominator (b). For example: 3/4 = 3 รท 4 2. The answers to these division problems can be either a fraction less than one
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1. These Lesson Plans explain the division of whole numbers using strategies that increase students' understanding of place value. 2. These Lesson Plans review the basic skills that students need to have acquired while in the third grade to
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1. These Lesson Plans explain different methods used to represent decimals. These representations include drawing a picture, using a number line, using words, using a place value chart, using the expanded decimal form, using the expanded fraction
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1. These Lesson Plans explain that multiplication can be thought of as scaling. This means that the product in a multiplication problem is either greater than, less than, or equal to one factor based on the size of the other "scale" factor. 2.
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1. These Lesson Plans explain that a digit in one place has ten times the value of the same digit in the place directly to its right. 2. Students will create and use charts and equations to explore the relationships between the places. For
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1. In this second set of Lesson Plans for Standard 5.NF.B.6, students will solve word problems involving the multiplication of mixed numbers by both fractions and by whole numbers. (For example: Finding 2/3 of 2 1/2.) 2. Students will model
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1. These Lesson Plans explain patterns when whole numbers and decimals are multiplied and divided by powers of ten. (For example: 10, 100, and 1,000). 2. When a number is multiplied by a power of ten, the digits move the same number of places
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1. These Lesson Plans cover the multiplication of one-digit numbers by multiples of ten ranging from 10 to 90. For example: 7 x 80 = 560 2. Students will create expressions and use strategies based on place value and the associative property
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1. These Lesson Plans partition number lines into equal parts and explore unit fractions, or fractions with a numerator of 1 (fraction 1/b). 2. Students will learn that fractions with a numerator greater than 1 (fraction a/b) are made up of a
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1. These Lesson Plans describe how to create area models by arranging base-ten pieces. 2. Students will create area models for one-digit by two-digit (example: 8 x 14) and two-digit by two-digit (example: 21 x 16) multiplication problems.
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1. These Lesson Plans use number line diagrams to tenths and hundredths to represent decimals in both the decimal and equivalent fraction forms and can be utilized by both fourth and fifth grade students. 2. Students will solve word problems
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1. These Lesson Plans create line plots using mixed numbers to fractions of 1/4 of a whole. 2. Students practice the addition of mixed numbers by breaking the mixed numbers apart into whole numbers plus fractions and adding each of these parts
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1. This third set of Lesson Plans for Standard 5.MD.B.2 provides additional practice partitioning number lines and creating line plots using fractions to 1/8 of a whole. Students create line plots using up to 14 data points and continue to create
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1. These Lesson Plans explain that fractions are equivalent if they are the same size or located at the same position on a number line. 2. Students will draw pictures and partition a set of number lines to show fraction equivalence.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

For the past 11 years, I have provided small group math support to children in the second, third, fourth, and fifth grades. During this time I have worked with well over 600 students. My resources consist of ready-made, turnkey math lesson plans and worksheets. Each lesson plan includes an instructor's guide, which provides a clear explanation for each Common Core Standard covered. A corresponding student worksheets section creates ample opportunity for students to practice and master all required skills. My materials allow differentiation within the classroom because they have been designed to help instruct children who may be struggling with a particular grade level math concept, and also as enrichment activities.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Engage students within a small group setting.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Magna Cum Laude, Boston College, Beta Gamma Sigma, National Business Honor Society

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Carroll School of Management, Boston College

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15-year career in business and finance prior to working as a math instructor.

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