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This covers the first semester of Algebra II covering topics such as:
Linear equations and inequalities, Functions and values, Solving systems of equations, factoring quadratics and factoring by grouping, imaginary numbers, solving radical

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This Algebra II Semester 2 final exam was given over radical equations and expressions, composite functions, exponential functions, logarithms, rational equations and expressions, conic sections, sequences and series, and advanced probability.

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This final exam covers Algebra II Chapters 1-6 in the McGraw Hill textbook.
Topics covered:
Evaluating and simplifying expressions, solving equations and inequalities, absolute value equations and inequalities, slope, linear equations,

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Geometry Quiz over Surface Area and Volume
Topics include:
Lateral and Total Surface area of: prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and cones
Volume of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and cones
Finding the volume as well as comparing volumes and finding the

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This activity is a review for Algebra I or 7th/8th grade math laws of exponents.
I place the problems all over the room, students are in partners and "travel the world" together. After each problem (in a different city), they are to check their

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Geometry Polygon Test
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Determining polygons, concave and convex properties, regular and irregular properties; finding interior angle measures of a polygon; properties of parallelograms; diagonal lengths, side length relationships;

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This activity covers writing Linear Equations given a slope and a point or two points. Students should be familiar with point-slope form, slope-intercept form, and standard form.
Half of the class gets the first two pages. The other half of the

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This test has three sections: true/false with replacement of a false answer, multiple choice, and free response - perfect for Common Core preparation!
Topics covered: minimum, maximum, finding the vertex, transformations of parent functions,

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This activity is a review activity for Algebra I or 7th/8th grade math.
*You do need to draw in a line for Beijing graphs*
Topics covered: finding the slope when given two points, recognizing the slope and y-intercept of a line in slope-intercept

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Geometry Semester 1 Final Exam
Topics Covered:
Naming planes, lines, and rays; using the segment addition postulate to find lengths of segments; supplements of angles; using the angle addition postulate to find angle measures; coordinate geometry

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Geometry Quiz on ratios, proportions, and similar triangles
Topics covered:
Proportions with x squared, multiplying binomials, factoring, and square rooting to solve; similar figures and proportions to solve; ratios of angle measures of a triangle;

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Geometry Quiz on Trigonometric Ratios:
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Sin, Cos, Tan, finding side lengths of a right triangle; inverse sine, cosine, and tangent and finding angle measures; Pythagorean Theorem use to find side lengths; angles of elevation and

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Do you have trouble creating word problems that align with the Common Core State Standards?
This Notes and Homework Combo gives basic word problems where students have to create equations and solve them involving distance, rate, time, area,

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This quiz is a mixture of free response and multiple choice questions that covers the following topics:
Pythagorean Theorem problems finding a missing side, word problem Pythagorean Theorem, distance, and midpoint.

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been in public education teaching high school mathematics for 11 years.

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I like to engage kids and get them moving - even in high school!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am currently at Purdue University working towards my PhD in Mathematics Education in Curriculum and Instruction. I have a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University and a Master of Education from Olivet Nazarene University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I spent two years teaching in inner-city Houston to start my teaching career (with the support of Teach For America). I then taught 9 years in rural Indiana and now am working with students in an alternative environment.

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6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

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