# Jon Sallings

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Short quiz (1 page): function vs non function. Questions present graphs, mappings, ordered pairs and other relations. Students must determine if the relation is a function or not and provide justification.
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This PowerPoint (25 slides) gives students practice creating and analyzing scatter plots. Enables discussion of correlation vs causation and other important principles. Students calculate regression lines and correlation coefficients to determine
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Students will use various links provided in the document to watch videos, research geologic dating methods, discover the ties between geology and biology, and answer questions about geologic time and the fossil record. No answer key, as most
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A different take on flash cards. Each puzzle contains 4 pieces, each relating to one of the special segments of a triangle. One piece has the name of the segment and its point of concurrency, one has a picture of the segment, one has the property
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A different take on flash cards. Each piece of information is on a puzzle piece. Each puzzle has 4 pieces which contain 1) a picture of an endocrine gland, 2) the name of the gland, 3) hormones associated with the gland, and 4) the function of the
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8 slides, student activities included. Gives first hand experience with experimental and theoretical probability. Students also focus on comparison and prediction, as well as basic vocabulary
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This lesson uses the scenario of an escaped prisoner and puts the students on the case. They must use inquiry-based strategies to dig deep into the topics of area of circles and sectors, as well as several other algebra and geometry concepts. Can
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This activity gives students practice with identifying independent and dependent variables, as well as modeling the relationship between the variables mathematically. All answers are included.
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Short quiz (7 questions) on direct and inverse variation. Answer key included.
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Students solve formulas and other equations by isolating a specified variable. Answers included.
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7 pages. Guide to conditional statements/deductive reasoning with practice and answers included. Easy to follow. Very successful in helping students reason using conditional statements.
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Students define biomes, research the characteristics of each major world biome, and color a map showing where the biomes are located. No answer key (answers will vary, and links are provided within the activity).
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Quiz over absolute value equations and inequalities; solving equations and inequalities in one variable involving absolute value; graphing absolute value equations and inequalities; answer key included
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Basic assessment of direct and inverse variation. 7 questions, some with multiple parts, including filling in a table of values and determining the type of relation. Answers included.
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Students are directed to web resources to interact with and learn about prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, as well as distinguishing between animal and plant cells. There are two separate versions of the web quest included.
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Packet includes worksheets to practice writing and graphing linear equations and inequalities with limitations (piece functions), as well as details and instructions for a drawing project which incorporates the aforementioned topics. Answer sheets
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This is a PowerPoint version of the famous "Millionaire" game. It is part one of a series of three Geometry review sections. This version includes questions on parallel lines, similar/congruent triangles, 3-dimensional figures and coordinate
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2 ratings
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Practice solving for different values in function notation. Answers included.
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1 rating
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A different take on flash cards. Each puzzle contains 4 pieces, each relative to the same polygon. One piece has the name and picture of a polygon (i.e. "quadrilateral"), one has the sum of the interior angles, one has the number of diagonals, and
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This lesson uses virtual motion applets and hands-on investigation to teach the ideas of relative motion and reference frames. Students discover that motion is not as simple as it seems, and learn to describe it in scientific terms. Activities,
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