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This introduction lesson to balancing equations includes a teacher led activity and a worksheet for students to complete. This introduction lesson includes 20 equations that are balanced using a counting method. This method is helpful to use with
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Students compare and contrast groups and periods of the periodic table. First, the students list properties of the periodic table as they move left to right across a period. Next, the students list properties of the periodic table as they move
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This activity may be used as an introduction to ionic compounds with the teacher guiding the lesson or it may be used as a review of ionic compounds to check for student understanding. Prior knowledge:introduction lesson: oxidation number. Prior
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This is a worksheet that students may use to find the number of neutrons a particular atom may have. Mass concentrated in the nucleus is stress with the use of diagrams.
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Formula X'press is a graphic organizer that teachers may use with students who struggle with solving math related word problems in science. It can also be used by educators who teach math. Formula X'press visually aid students in solving problems
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Students are introduced to radioactive decay through this teacher lead activity. Students fold paper, color, and graph as they learn about radioactive decay and the growth of daughter material. Struggling students and students who have math
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This is a review of calculating an average or a mean. This intro lesson will hopefully relate what students already know (calculating an average) to the new concept: calculating average atomic mass.
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This Jeopardy-Like game has 50 motion related questions. This game was created with PowerPoint. There are two timed rounds, 2 daily doubles, and a final jeopardy question. The teacher may fine tune this jeopardy like game to suit his or her needs by
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Students sometimes forget that the number of electrons of a neutral atom are equal to the number of protons, especially after valence has been introduced. This worksheet is a simple review of what it means for an atom to be neutral. Students use the
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Characteristics of the Periodic Table is a teacher resource. There are 13 different patterns of the periodic table that a teacher may use in his or her class. The tables may be used to create a Jeopardy like review game, used with students' research
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As each element loses, gains, or shares electrons to have a stable configuration, which element will it have a similar electron configuration to? The review is based on the premise that the reactive elements are striving to have a similar electron
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught in a public school setting for twenty-nine years. I am certified to teach high school science and math. Currently, I teach physical science and environmental science.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style is somewhat eclectic. In an attempt to meet my students learning needs, the students in my classroom dictate my teaching style.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my bachelor’s degree from Emory University and my master’s degree from Nova Southeastern University.

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I have two adult children, a son and a daughter. My husband and I are home alone with our pet cat, Snow.

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