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# Judith Gonzales

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This is a student tested activity. Solving systems of equations with substitution can seem so abstract to students. The visual part of the activity has students actually cutting out the part that is substituted! I have taught this concept for 10+
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Tic Tac Toe game to review factoring trinomials where leading coefficient is 1 and also factoring a GCF from a polynomial. There are 2 Tic Tac Toe games (1 for each concept). The complete instructions and answer key are provided. Great review
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Use M&M's to study percents, decimals, fractions, mean, median, mode and range as well as other related math questions. I used this during a summer tutoring class to review multiple topics at once and students loved it!
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Inequality card matching game with answers. This activity includes 10 graphs and matching inequalities to be used as a warm-up or review activity. Answer key included along with different ideas for using the game.
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This file has a page of notes to teach the quadratic formula, a round table graphic organizer, 6 problems to work and answers fully worked out. Students will understand the quadratic formula by taking turns working different steps in the formula
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A fun way to find and have a "keepable" record of prime and composite numbers. This is a very engaging activity and would be great for an observation day! File comes with 3 pages, which includes the sieve, student directions as well as teacher
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This activity is classroom tested and gets results! When I have students play the Tic-Tac-Toe game, quiz grades go up! Students are 100% engaged and it's great practice. The students play Tic-Tac-Toe to practice exponent rules of negative and
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Fun cut and paste activity. Factor and solve trinomials with Snoopy. High school kids love these!
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Play Tic-Tac-Toe to solve 1 step linear inequalities, then graph the solution on a number line. This is a classroom tested activity and students enjoy the challenge of the Game. It is a fun way to take a Quiz over the material by giving students
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Probability activity using Sweetheart candy to determine theoretical and experimental probability. Students count colors and sayings in box of candy to find different probability. Can be adjusted to different age levels. Answer key included.
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Cut and paste activity to practice factoring trinomials where a=1. Includes answer key. My high school students love doing these for practice!
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This includes 8 questions on mean, median, mode and range with the answers. Also included are sampling questions and misuse of Central Tendency. This can be used as notes or an assignment.
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3.9
Fun activity to practice standardized test questions. Students work the problem, choose the answer then tape the problems together to form a perfect circle. Takes about 20 minutes. Directions, answer keys and illustrations are included. Problems
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This is a classroom tested activity in which students enjoy working the problems because they can check their work from the answers. This linear inequality activity is a great warm-up, review, partner work or competition. There are 5 linear
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Syllabus for middle/high school. Includes rules, procedures, course requirements and supplies needed. Parent/student information and contact sheet. Directions are included on how to text from e-mail.
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3.9
Fun, quick inequality review game. Touch the correct inequality symbol advance, wrong one go back. Includes more than, less than, not equal to, at most, at least, more than or equal to, less than or equal to. Takes about 5-10 minutes.
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This is a classroom tested quick activity that I do every year when introducing inequalities. Students are given an inequality card (i.e., <, >, ?, ? ) and post it on the defintion. The definitions are posted on the wall and great
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This is a sheet that I have students complete when correcting a math test. They show all work on the correction sheet and attach it to the test. This can also be used in other subject areas by changing the headers.
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Short activity teaching volume of a cone using an ice cream cone!
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Re-use a greeting card to make a gift box while learning about volume and area. Students love making these boxes!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught Math for 11 years with experience in Gifted/Talented and English as a Second Language. My teaching experience includes 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th grade in the public school sytem. I teach Algebra 1, Algebra 1 lab and TAKS tutoring right now.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like making math easy to understand and I love being able to give my students a chance to have fun while learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

District Teacher of the Year. Served on Texas State Board of Education TEKS Review committee for 9th grade math, for the 2011 school year. District Treasurer for ATPE. I serve on the district vertical team.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio. My certifications include Math 1-12th grade, English as a Second Language and Gifted/Talented.

I have one child and live in the San Antonio area.