# Kaitlyn Barnhill

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I use this as a self-check for my 7th graders after learning about prisms and pyramids. Students will determine the volume of rectangular and triangular prisms and pyramids, then follow the direction of the correct answers until arriving at the
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Students will play a game of connect four with a partner during this activity. The game is played as follows: Group students based on ability and have each student have a different colored marker. Students will take turns, just like in tic-tac-toe
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I use this when my 7th graders need to go over dot plots. Students will partner up and record the results of rolling a die. They will then use those results to build a dot plot and find the mean, median, mode, and range. I have also included some
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Students will practice writing the equation of a line that passes through a given point and is parallel or perpendicular to a given equation. Students will be given equations that are in both slope-intercept and standard forms, and must write
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I use this foldable to introduce Rectangular and Triangular Pyramids with my 7th graders. Students will discuss what makes a pyramid, the formulas, and work out examples both with and without the diagrams. This should be printed as 2-sided flipped
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Students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing polynomial expressions in this activity. For this maze, students will need to work out each problem in the correct order by following the arrows that contain the correct answer.
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Use this fun activity to practice working with area of polygons. Students will be asked to find the area of rectangles, squares, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids. They will scramble their answers to fill out the game board on page 2. Page 3
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This Jeopardy game was created to help my students review for the Algebra I EOC. This is TEKS aligned, with 3 questions for each of the Readiness Standards, and 6 questions from the Supporting Standards. I project this on the wall, and have students
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I use this foldable to explore Rectangular and Triangular Prisms with my 7th grade students. Students will discuss what makes a prism, what the formulas are, and practice examples with diagrams and word problems. This should be printed 2-sided
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I use this foldable to introduce how to recognize and write exponential growth and decay functions in the form of f(x)=a(b)^x. Students will discuss the graphs of growth and decay functions, write a function using a situation, and write functions
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I use this foldable to refresh my 7th graders on how to read and interpret the information given on a bar graph. Students will be asked to find the value in each category, the total, and the percentage of each category. There are two examples; one
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Students will practice determining the total surface area of prisms and cylinders in this activity. Students will begin with the problem marked as the "Start" and then follow the order of their answers through the rest of the problems until they
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I use this foldable to discuss how to determine lateral and total surface area of prisms and pyramids when given a net. Pages glue together to form a booklet. As a class we discuss the difference between lateral and total surface area, how to
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This game was built as a fun way for my 8th graders to review for their STAAR Test. It includes three questions from each of the Readiness Standards (TEKS) and 6 questions from the Supporting Standards (TEKS). Students will take turns choosing from
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This activity is designed for students to practice solving multi-step equations and inequalities in a fun new way! Students begin at the problem marked as START and follow the solutions until the end at the problem that says FINISH. Problems include
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I use this with my 7th graders to review before we start working with composite figures. Students will walk through the formulas and examples of rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids. This is assembled as a flipbook. Trapezoids will
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I use this handout to review Prisms and Pyramids with my 8th graders. Students will discuss the differences between the two, the formulas, and work out several examples with and without a diagram. This should be printed 2-sided flipped on the short
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I use this foldable to explore how to find the distance between two points with my 8th graders. In 8th grade, there is more of a focus on finding distance using Pythagorean Theorem, instead of the formal Distance Formula. This graphic organizer
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Students will discuss the differences between parallel and perpendicular lines in this foldable, as well as learn how to write the equation of a line that is perpendicular or parallel to a given point and equation. This will need to be printed as
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This maze is a fun way for students to practice and self-check while solving Rational Number Equations and Inequalities that have a variable on both sides. This includes problems that begin as integers, fractions, and decimals! Students will begin
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught: Algebra I - 7 years Math Models and Applications - 5 years 8th Grade Math - 3 years 7th Grade Math - 2 years Advanced Quantitative Reasoning - 1 year

MY TEACHING STYLE

I follow a blended classroom model and hope to work towards a completely at-your-own-pace classroom.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

McMurry University Abilene, Tx 2007-2011 Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Major: Secondary Mathematics Minor: Curriculum and Instruction