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This project requires students to inquire about polynomial functions so that they can make a poster containing 4 graphs that satisfy very unique behaviors. This project creates a synergy of understanding for all of the following topics: *End
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Students will create 2 reports for this project: The first is a situation where the probability can be calculated. Examples include: *What are the chances of guessing on a 4 question multiple choice test (with possible answers a, b ,c, and d) and
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This is a project that you could give to a student in an Algebra 2 or PreCalculus class who is also into graphic design. Rational functions take on so many interesting shapes that they are obvious candidates to be turned into art. Inside this
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This actually contains 7 files to help your students firm up their vocab and concept understanding for a Quadratic Functions Unit. There are two types of activities. The first is a read aloud activity with the vocab.(Usually a warmup activity)
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In this project students are asked to select a rectangular wall space in the school and make 3 design proposals using conic sections including parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola. There are different degrees of difficulty available for students to
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This is a simple twist on a common trigonometry assignment. Instead of having students fill out a unit circle on paper turn it into an event and have students draw the unit circle from memory on the board in front of their peers. This adds an extra
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Students often find the concept of inverse trig functions confusing. Inverse cosine is only defined in Quadrants 1 and 2 and Inverse Sin is only defined in Quadrants 1 and 4. However, it is possible to find angles that work for these inverse trig
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

7 Years Teaching Experience in Secondary Setting. I have taught from Pre-Algebra Through PreCalculus.

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I enjoy a variety of activities including worksheets, games, projects, and vocabulary building work.

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B.S. Math and Computer Science M.S. Education

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