# Kate Hauck

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Students will cut, sort, and glue titles, equations, tables and graphs onto a graphic organizer to determine which category each belongs too.
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The teacher posts 6 different sheets around the room. Each sheet has two examples of direct or inverse proportions, either a graph, a table or an equation. The teacher places students into 6 different groups. Students fill-in the student page,
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This is the second set of Common Core Practice Assessment Tasks. In task 3, Suzie's Savings Account, students use their knowledge of unit rate, slope, constant rate of change, proportions, graphs, and intervals to answer this CRA task. In task
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2 Common Core Practice Tasks that focus on unit rate, proportions, proportional relationships, tables. The two tasks are Gasoline Prices, and Reading for Fun. I have the students complete these and then compare responses written by classmates or
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Students explore the graphs of quadratic equations using a graphing calculator. Students describe the relationship between the graph and the equation, I use this as an introduction to graphing quadratics to see if the students can discover
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Students use the coordinates of two points to write the equation of a line in all 3 forms: slope-intercept, point-slope, and standard form. Students graph the liner equation. Students then write equations of lines that are parallel and
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Students create a table and graph a pair of absolute value equations on the same coordinate system. Then students compare and contrast each graph.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught middle school math, including Algebra, for 20 years. I worked in Michigan at Norup Middle School, with the Berkley School District for 8 years. I then taught 2 years in Palo Alto, California at Jordan Middle School. The past 10 years I have taught at Woodland Middle School in Brentwood, Tennessee. I graduated in 1993 from Michigan State University with a degree in Elementary Education, with minors in math and science. I then earned a Master's Degree in Middle School Curriculum at Eastern Michigan University, in 1998.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I try to mix up my activities to reach/teach different learning styles. I am big on using different colors to show my steps, when working out problems or graphs. My former students tell me how helpful this was to their learning of the concepts being presented.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Paul Douglas Teaching Scholarship 1992-1993, Michigan State University Various Math Contest Awards: Math Counts, Interscholastic Math League, Rocket City Math, Math Olympiad, AMC 8, AMC 10 Member of Chi Alpha Mu and math team sponsor at my school. Member NCTM

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Grass Lake Schools, Grass Lake Michigan K-12, graduated Salutorian, 1989 Michigan State University, BA 1993, Elementary Education, minors in Mathematics and Science Eastern Michigan University, Masters in Middle School Curriculum, 1998

I live in Nashville, TN. I am married to my wonderful husband, Craig and have two children, Ephie and William.

6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th

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