# Math Master McLeod

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United States - Massachusetts - Swampscott
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 "A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops." -Henry Adams

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Print the document with the words Always, Sometimes, and Never and tape them around the room. Use the power point to display statements about relations and functions and the students will walk around the room and stand next to the answer
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Test on the rules of exponents. Does not include rational exponents and radical equivalents.
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Two-column notes on the midpoint and distance formulas that can be printed and projected on the overhead.
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Solving One-step Equations Activity. Cut out the cards on colored computer paper. Place one card on each students desk. Give 2-3 minutes, depending on class , for each student to complete the problem on scrap paper. When it looks like they are
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ELL Algebra 1 Functions and Relations vocab list. The list is editable so you can add or delete words. I give it to my ELL student at least a day before the new unit.
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List of vocab words and definitions in the first two chapters of Algebra 1 for ELL students.
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Review worksheet for solving equations in Algebra 1 or Geometry. Includes one-step, two-step, and multi-step equations in addition to variables on both sides.
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Two-column notes on solving two-step inequalities. Notes can be projected on the overhead and passed out to students.
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List of vocab words for ELL students. This list can be given before the unit starts. This unit is on inequalities including compound and absolute value inequalities.
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Activity for properties of exponents. Print the activity. Use the first page as the game board. The second page can be cut into pieces. Students, in a group, can either take turns placing the game piece in the correct space on the board, or you
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ELL Vocab List for Algebra 1 Equations of Lines. Document is editable so you can add or delete vocab words or adjust the definition depending on the level of your student.
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Blank notes for students to take
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Blank two-column notes on literal equations
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Print the document and cut out the words. Place the words into envelopes. Students, in groups, choose a word at a time and take turns explaining to each other the word without using the word (like traditional catch phrase). Peers have to guess
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Mini posters for the Sometimes, Always, and Never activity. Template of the words to print on colored paper and use all year! Ask questions to students and have them stand under the category that it fits.
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Review packet on Slope-intercept form
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Geometry quiz on intersection, union, naming points, lines, and plans, midpoint, distance, and segment addition. Created for honors level but can be modified.
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Two-column notes on Writing Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines. Printable worksheet. Template can also be projected on the computer screen.
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List of things to do for the prom. This can be used by administrators, advisors, or student council.
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To-do list for a Karaoke Night Fundraiser. It can be used at any grade level but is a high school event where I teach. Advisors and administrators can use this form.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a math teacher for ten years. It has taken ten years to feel confident about providing an excellent education for my students and I still want to improve. Hopefully my documents can make it easier for the next generation of educators.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student-centered, game-filled, practice-driven

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

National Society of High School Scholars

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received a Math degree from The University of New Hampshire and then a Masters Degree in Education from UMASS Salem.