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This powerpoint is a lesson dealing with finding perfect squares and perfect cubes, define what square and cube mean, and begin discussing how to simplify square roots.
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Scientific notation is can be very confusing to students. They confuse the positive and negative exponents and when to use them. I have found that by teaching the students to find the old decimal point, label where the new one should go, and count
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Percent Jeopardy! Fun way to review for a quiz or test.
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This powerpoint was created using the Coach 8 book. However, it is a great supplement to any lesson dealing with similar figures.
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This takes all aspects of the American Revolution, and ties it together into a scrapbook format. Great for end of the marking period final assessment. Combines Language Arts and History. Included persuasive essays, telegraphs, letter writing etc.
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This lesson can span over 2 days. I review rates, unit rates, ratios and proportions, then spend the next day dealing with percents. I teach the students not only to use proportions when solving percent problems, but also to use equations, because
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This powerpoint was created using the Coach 8 book. However, it is a great supplement to any lesson dealing with scale drawings.
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Helping students to classify the difference between rational and irrational numbers.
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This is a powerpoint presentation, introducing students to key figures during the French and Indian war, the strengths of both sides, and the causes of the war in North America.
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This is a powerpoint with open ended questions used to review how to create extended constructed response. The review covers all 4 strands of middle school math.
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A small review lesson on absolute value.
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This can be used with ALL SUBJECTS AND GRADES! I have been using this homework chart for a month now and the students love it. It puts the responsibility of their homework grade on them. It teaches them time management, in that they have a week to
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A sampling of all the problem solving strategies and how to use them.
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Here is a classroom activity that can be used at the end of the year. Students create their own yearbook where they draw their classmates, describe them in 4 words and then answer questions about themselves.
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Estimation is an important skill that needs to be reviewed no matter the age.
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I use this on the first day of school to get the students up and moving, get them talking to each other and its a nifty little pre assessment. The squares can be changed (I put silly questions in such as "who knows Mrs. K's old name" etc. Lots of
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This is a tic tac toe type chart that can be used to help recall the integer facts for multiplcation. No matter how it is read, it is always correct! + x + = + + x - = - - x + = - - x - = +
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Before I move on to percents, order of operations, or even ordering numbers, I like to revisit equivalent rational numbers. I want to make sure that they are comfortable changing numbers into different, equivalent forms.
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Good for all subject areas. Here, students are given a list of assignments that have a certain point value. They are responsible in making sure that their homework adds up to 100 points at the end of the week. Again, point values and assignments can
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This is a simple chart to help remember the rules when multiplying integers!
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