Math with Ms Miller

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Scaffolded/guided notes for a high school lesson or refresher on: Relation vs Function Domain and Range Vertical Line Test Function vs Not a Function Function Notation Domain Rules (Square roots and Fractions) Piecewise functions Use this as a
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How to find the LCM (or LCD) of two numbers. Great practice sheet before adding and subtracting fractions! Has a worked problem with a written explanation, a scaffolded example, and four independent practice problems.
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10-question open response quiz on slope, appropriate for both Algebra 1 and Geometry (review) classes. * Slope between two points * Slope from an equation in slope-intercept or standard form * Slope from a graph (counting spaces) * Slope from a
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Outline and fill-in-the-blank sentences for Angle Relationships. Designed for a high school Geometry course, particularly for ELL students. Page 1: Types of Angles, and How to Name Angles, with space for examples. Page 2: Types of Angle
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Full examples and scaffolded practice problems on Distributive Property, both with numbers and variables. Clear illustrations, and good for English Language Learners! Created with love by Leslie M. Try it out for free and rate below!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Currently teaching SEI (Sheltered English Immersion) Geometry at a public high school. Previously taught Grade 8 Math/Algebra 1, College Algebra and Pre-Calculus at HS, and Pre-Algebra/Algebra 1 tutoring to ESL HS students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Across multiple schools and grades, I have worked primarily with struggling math students and/or English Language Learners. I make my lessons accessible by using guided notes for organizing new mathematical ideas and relieving some of the language-based cognitive load. I believe that students learn math best by doing, so I incorporate frequent practice and feedback for each new skill being taught, whether the work is being done by students individually or in small groups.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

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