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In this activity, students will use their knowledge of exponent rules to multiply and divide numbers written in scientific notation. There are six problems total - three require the multiplication of numbers in scientific notation and three require
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This activity gives students the opportunity to practice solving one-step inequalities in one variable! Learners will work through the problems on their worksheet and then color the accompanying picture based on their answers. There are a total of
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This maze and graphic organizer/sort will provide your learners with a fun opportunity to identify and describe each subset of the real number system, illustrate the relationships among the subsets of the real number system, and classify real
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This activity is played just like the card game “Old Maid,” in which players must make matches to win. Students will practice simplifying expressions using some of the laws of exponents while working with others and having fun! The specific
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This puzzle pack gives learners the opportunity to solve systems of non-linear equations! There are two puzzles in this product. The first includes systems that have one linear equation and one quadratic equation, while the second includes
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This activity gives students the opportunity to practice finding the surface area of rectangular prisms and cylinders while coloring a Pi Day picture! Learners will work through the problems on their worksheet and then color the picture based on
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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3.9
This sort gives learners the opportunity to model (using pictorial representations) practical problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with integers! In short, students will be given 24 cards out of which they need
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This maze will provide your students with a fun opportunity to use the segment addition postulate, the angle addition postulate, and properties of complementary and supplementary angles! This activity is a wonderful way to add variety to your
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This sort gives learners the opportunity to solve systems by graphing! In short, students will be given 21 cards out of which they need to make seven matches. A “match” consists of one system of equation and its corresponding graph and solution
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Students will use right triangle trigonometry (SOHCAHTOA) to set up trigonometric ratios, find missing sides in, find missing angles in, and solve right triangles. The game is very similar to the card game Slapjack. In short, students will
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4 ratings
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Here are the notes and extra practice worksheet I use to teach evaluating algebraic expressions in my classroom! The notes page is provided in two different formats. In the first, replacement values for variables are not given on the student
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This activity gives students the opportunity to practice factoring a GCF (greatest common factor) out of a polynomial expression! Learners will work through the problems on their worksheet and then color the two pictures based on their
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3 ratings
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{Squares and Square Roots Task Cards!} In this activity, students will use their knowledge of perfect squares (from 0 to 20) and square roots (from 0 to 400) to answer the questions on 30 task cards. More specifically, students will… • Identify
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This puzzle pack gives learners the opportunity to solve absolute value inequalities! There are two puzzles in this product. The first includes solutions that have been written as compound inequalities, while the second includes solutions graphed on
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This graphic organizer and maze will provide your students with an engaging opportunity to identify the properties of real numbers, including: associative, commutative, identity, inverse, distributive, and zero product (or multiplicative property of
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3 ratings
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This activity gives learners the opportunity to express the square root of non-perfect square, whole numbers in simplest radical form. In short, students will be given 18 square roots that need to be simplified. I start the activity by having
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Students LOVE this PowerPoint activity because it is a fun way for them to practice the following skills: - Identifying quadrants of the coordinate plane (2 questions) - Determining whether or not a relation is a function (1 question) - Determine
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This fold and flip book gives learners a plethora of practice with the Segment Addition Postulate! It is organized into three levels, and problems increase in difficulty as one progresses through the book. This format makes it very easy for you,
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These task cards are a great way for students to practice graphing absolute value functions and identifying and describing their characteristics. More specifically, students will… • Recognize and graph the absolute value parent function • Identify
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This PowerPoint game is a fun way for students to review their knowledge of integers and absolute value. As they play, students will practice the following skills: 1) Identifying, representing, ordering, and comparing integers 2) Identifying and
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Currently, I teach Integrated Math II to high school students in Illinois. I also have experience teaching several other grade levels/topics - as I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Algebra 2, PreCalculus, Calculus and Computer Math.

MY TEACHING STYLE

In my classroom, I incorporate discovery-based activities as often as possible to give learners the opportunity to investigate mathematics and learn content in a meaningful way. These activities are typically followed by class discussions or guided notes and/or games to help students practice what they learned in an engaging way.

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