Leslie Mohlman

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Leslie Mohlman
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I love math, and I love teaching kids!! Great junior high math materials can be found here.
 
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Colorful flow chart to help students look at questions they must ask about a quadrilateral to determine if it is a parallelogram, trapezoid, isosceles trapezoid, kite, rhombus, rectangle, or square. Includes a copy with blanks for students to fill
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This is a 74 question review for a standard Pre-Algebra course. Most are short answer, but there are 12 multiple choice questions. This would make a great pre or post-test for a Pre-Algebra course, too, or most 7th grade math courses. I used this
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This is a worksheet where the kids will use their own measurements to compare themselves to the animals in the book "If You Hopped Like a Frog." They will use ratios, proportions and scale factors to find out if they could jump to the top of the
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80 short answer questions to use as a final review for a standard Geometry course. I use this in my Geometry classes each year. It is a word document so you can edit it to fit your curriculum. The key is included.
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Have students practice reading lengths on a ruler/tape measure. They locate given lengths and mark given lengths on a picture of a ruler. Great practice for such an important skill in sewing, woodworking, and many other real-world applications.
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Cut out this puzzle for students to match up integer questions with answers and the completed puzzle is in the shape of a pumpkin! Template included to write your own questions for your puzzle.
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Who has the greatest name? Need a fun math activity to review writing fractions and converting fractions to decimals and percents? The kids get to use their artistic skills in drawing block letters, any way they want, to write their name. Then,
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Fun review! Each group answers 10 questions. The answers make 5 ordered pairs. After they answer the questions, they plot the points and connect them in order on a large coordinate grid at the front of the room. Each group plots their points on
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This is a great activity to introduce linear patterns, building tables from patterns and writing rules. A great exploration to develop the idea of slope, y-intercept, and linear equations. Powerpoint is 29 slides with 13 different patterns showing
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Sieve of Eratosthenes: An ancient way of finding prime numbers. Eratosthenes was a mathematician and librarian in ancient Alexandria. He invented an algorithm, called the sieve of Eratosthenes, to collect prime numbers. This fun chart helps
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Colorful poster to display in your classroom to show students the relationship between the sets of numbers within rational numbers. It's a Venn Diagram with Natural numbers in the middle, then Whole Numbers, Integers, and then Rational Numbers.
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Use Teddy Grahams in your classroom to teach probability. Teddy Grahams come in different flavors and either have their hands up or hands down. Using all these, students make a table with their given Teddy Grahams and use the information to find
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Functions This is a 45 question practice test (free response) and corresponding 45 question (multiple choice) test. There are 10 questions on writing linear and exponential functions from word problems, tables, and graphs. 5 questions on
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In the world of Taxicab Geometry, what is the distance formula? What does a circle look like? What is the value of pi? Students will discover the interesting things that happen when you change a basic rule in geometry: traveling in diagonal lines is
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These Geometry unit packets include notes and vocabulary for an entire high school course. The original notes have many of the definitions, pictures and theorems filled in, but most are blank for students to fill in during the lesson. I included
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These Geometry unit packets include notes and vocabulary for an entire high school course. They have many of the definitions, pictures and theorems filled in, but most are blank for students to fill in during the lesson. The chapter numbers and a
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Do your students think bars are always needed for graphs? Here are two worksheets that lead students through situations where first a bar graph is the proper choice for the data, then a quadrant one coordinate plane to plot points and connect to
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Using variables about students in a class, this worksheet provides a context to help in writing and translating algebraic expressions. Included is number of students with a birthday in May and December, percentage of students in the class, length
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30 Geometry flashcards. Basic terms including adjacent angles, linear pair, vertical angles, conjecture, distance formula, midpoint formula, bisector, biconditional statement, transitive property, and other terms appearing in the first 3 units of a
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This is a fast-paced way for students to practice adding and subtracting with integers. It's an individual pyramid game board for students to race each other to the top. They are given 5 numbers for the bottom row and then add/subtract pairs of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

16 years teaching experience

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I combine traditional teaching with inquiry-based learning. Frequent formative assessments help me adjust my teaching. Common formative and summative assessments within our department help ensure valid data, which we look at frequently to help us teach all of our students well.

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Outstanding Faculty Award, 2006

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Master's in Math Education

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