# J's House of Math and Physics

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United States - Mississippi - Hattiesburg
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*Note*--in the preview you can see Word trying to correct things! Of course these annotations won't print. Contact me if you have a problem! This is my version of Lunch Detention passes that can be quickly filled out. I've added three more types to
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Are you tired of students just sitting around doing book work or worksheets? Then my Answer Hunt activities are for you. Students must work with partners to "hunt" for answers to various problems around the room. This activity has basic integrals.
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It's a measurement war! Which is better--English Standard Units, or the SI Metric Units? Put the students to a test. This activity is designed to look like a lab, in essence. The students make a hypothesis about which is easier--using Standard
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Using the product rule, students will find the derivatives of these functions. Uses standard Power Rule and Trigonometry Functions. Students start with any poster and complete the derivative at the bottom; they then search for the poster that has a
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Using the chain rule, students will find the derivatives of these functions inside of functions. Uses standard Power Rule and Trigonometry Functions. Students start with any poster and complete the derivative at the bottom; they then search for the
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This is a triangular shaped Element puzzleâ€”now with 4 different versions of different difficulties! The skills needed for this assignment are: a. Finding atomic number, atomic mass, atomic symbol, and atomic name. b. Computing the number of
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This is a set of 3 answer hunts: Product Rule Answer Hunt Chain Rule Answer Hunt Basic Integral Answer Hunt Each Answer Hunt activity will last about 40 minutes. I use them at the end of each section for a fun activity that gets your students up
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This is a set of 6 full-page 4 piece puzzles sets for students to match correctly. The top left piece is the original function. The top right is the derivative of that function. The bottom left is the minimum and maximum points; And the bottom right
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This is a test to use after introducing coterminal angles, reference angles, the 6 trig functions, and how to do basic trig function problems knowing the 2 or more sides. Using the formulas to find the angles, other than a chart, is not in this
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This is both a review worksheet and a Test for regular calculus when studying Extrema (maximums and minimums). Keys for both are included. Students must know these concepts: -Finding extrema via critical points -Finding extrema using the first
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This is includes both a review worksheet and a test for regular calculus when studying the Derivative. Students must know these concepts: -the definition of the derivative -finding the derivative using the definition -using the constant and power
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The ultimate Hall Pass. They are easy to use, and are editable so you can fill in what you want and delete what you don't need. Add teachers, destinations, periods--anything you want. :) This is set up to print four per page. After customizing it
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Using no more than the power rule and trig derivatives, students will work to find the derivatives of various functions. Students start with a poster and complete the derivative; they then search for the poster that matches that answer. They then
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This is an editable reward pass/ticket. I used it to let students go to the bathroom, water fountain, or their locker, but I also used it for a late homework pass and for rewards. You can change it as needed. I also have other products in my
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my 15th year as a public school teacher. Where have all those years gone? I've taught everything from 6th grade English and Reading, to Middle school science, to Physics, Precalc, and Calculus.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student-centered, inquiry based, collaborative learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Star Teacher 2016--a great honor!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS @ University of Southern Mississippi

I want to be a cosmologist when I grow up. Note--NOT a cosmetologist!