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Enjoy this laboratory activity about Latitude and Longitude! It gives students practice reading and using the latitude & longitude coordinate system on various maps. Specific skills practiced are reading locations on a map, plotting locations
Subjects:
Earth Sciences, Physical Science
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
Types:
Handouts, Laboratory
\$3.00
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Students graph coastal water levels for two different cities, and discuss relationships that exist. Skills Practiced: graphing, reviewing the main graph types, applying math concepts to real life
Subjects:
Graphing, Astronomy, Physical Science
8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Homework
\$2.50
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In this laboratory activity, students will read and plot stars on the HR Diagram. They will color the various parts of it the appropriate colors to relate them to the temperatures. The analysis questions lead students to discover the relative
Subjects:
Astronomy, Physics
8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Laboratory
\$3.50
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This laboratory activity gives students practice reading and working with topographic maps. They will also be drawing profile diagrams for each of the maps they use. Some of the questions are designed to force students to research symbols that
Subjects:
Earth Sciences, Physical Science
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
Types:
Laboratory
\$3.50
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This activity guides students in studying how spherical the earth is. I would use this after students have already learned the term "oblate sphereoid," so that you can then use this to discuss with them How oblate is it? Students will do some
Subjects:
Algebra, Earth Sciences, Physical Science
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Activities, Minilessons
\$2.50
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In this laboratory activity, students will use foam spheres and a lamp to recreate the Earth's moon's phases. They will then draw a diagram depicting/summarizing their results. The analysis questions lead students to think about the Earth-Moon-Sun
Subjects:
Astronomy, Physics, Physical Science
8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Laboratory
\$3.50
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This bundle contains most of the materials I use to teach an Astronomy unit near the start of 9th/10th grade Earth Science. It contains notes, labs, activities, handouts, quizzes, and review. Most answer keys are included at the end of each
Subjects:
Astronomy, Earth Sciences, Physical Science
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
Types:
Lesson Plans (Bundled), Unit Plans, Handouts
\$20.00
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Bundle includes: Lab Report Format (handout) Lab Report Format (for printing poster-size) Correct-This-Lab This is the format for all labs students turn in throughout the year. It works great for me for the NYS Regents lab requirement, but is a
Subjects:
Science, Earth Sciences
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Activities, Laboratory
\$2.00
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This laboratory activity about Earthquake Depths is a great math-science crossover! It gives students practice with latitude & longitude and helps them process the fact that earthquakes don't just happen at Earth's surface but at varying
Subjects:
Graphing, Earth Sciences, General Science
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
Types:
Activities, Laboratory, Printables
\$3.50
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This bundle contains most of the materials I use to teach an Observation, Measurement, and Mapping unit at the start of 9th/10th grade Earth Science. It contains notes, labs, activities, handouts, quizzes, and review. Most answer keys are included
Subjects:
Measurement, Earth Sciences, General Science
9th, 10th, Homeschool
Types:
Lectures, Activities, Laboratory
\$18.00
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In this laboratory activity, students will use a loop of string and two tacks to draw one circle and four different ellipses. They will then measure the focal distance and major axis of each of these, and use this data to calculate the eccentricity
Subjects:
Geometry, Astronomy, Earth Sciences
8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Activities, Laboratory
\$3.00
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This printout gives students an opportunity to explore a (possibly) real-life situation, empirically determine the minimum number of moves required to accomplish the task, then gather the data and find a pattern to describe it. The
Subjects:
Applied Math, Other (Math), Word Problems
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Activities
\$3.00
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some simple worksheets so students can practice connecting the dots to form isolines
Subjects:
Earth Sciences, General Science, Physical Science
9th, 10th
Types:
Worksheets, Printables
FREE
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Here is a Jeopardy-style review game. For implementation, I write the categories and dollar/point amounts on the board and erase them once students pick that amount and I've read the question. This includes questions and answers for the teacher to
Subjects:
Earth Sciences, General Science, Physical Science
9th, 10th
Types:
Activities, Test Prep, Games
FREE
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This is the handout for the Density lab that I give during the Observation, Measurement, & Mapping unit. While completing it, students will measure masses and volumes of various substances and then calculate their densities. Feel free to
Subjects:
Earth Sciences, General Science, Physical Science
8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Research, Handouts, Laboratory
FREE
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This is the handout for the Observing the Environment lab that I give during the Observation, Measurement, & Mapping unit. While completing it, students will observe a feature or object and make observations/inferences about it. I use this as
Subjects:
Earth Sciences, General Science, Physical Science
8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Activities, Handouts, Laboratory
FREE
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This is a simple, interdisciplinary worksheet for science or math students. It walks students through the steps of figuring out how many times bigger the sun is compared to the earth (by diameter, and then by volume). The first page of the
Subjects:
Applied Math, Astronomy, Earth Sciences
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Handouts, Printables
\$2.50
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Students graph distances to various galaxies vs their speeds, and infer a direct relationship between the two. Skills Practiced: graphing, reviewing the main graph types, applying math concepts to real life
Subjects:
Graphing, Astronomy, Earth Sciences
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
Types:
Worksheets, Printables
\$2.50
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In this worksheet, students review some galaxy types, how scientists determine temperature, composition, distance, & speed from starlight, the name & structure of our galaxy, the definition of a light year, and three pieces of evidence for
Subjects:
Astronomy, Earth Sciences, Physics
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
Types:
Worksheets, Handouts, Homework
FREE
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This is a collection of common geometry formulas/equations that can be printed and/or posted for student reference, possibly given for use on a quiz, etc. This is the original MS Word document, so feel free to add or remove equations as necessary.
Subjects:
Geometry, Math Test Prep
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Handouts
FREE
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I have taught Earth Science (lecture and lab), Biology (lab), 8th Grade Science, ESL Science, Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, MYP2 Math 7, MYP3 Math 8, MYP4 Math 9, MYP5 Math 10, DP1 Math Studies, DP1 Higher Level Math, DP2 Higher Level Math.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in Geology and Mathematics (with Secondary Education) MS in Numeracy (numerical literacy)

I have taught at a public school in upstate New York and one in North Carolina, and at international schools in South Korea, Kuwait, and Albania.