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This handout is a Math Questionnaire for students on their first day of school. It asks students several questions about how they do in math - do they think they're "good" at math? Why or why not? It's a great way to see how your students feel

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A week-long math project that involves making an informative math poster about a subject in math that the student feels comfortable about. Students need to do some writing and critical thinking about what makes some concepts harder than others, and

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A graphic organizer students can use on their first day learning geometry vocabulary. My students loved having all the information right in front of them in an organized fashion, and had no trouble referencing it later on. The vocabulary is

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This worksheet lets students explore an interesting property of polynomials - if you take the coefficients of (x+1) raised to consecutively higher powers, you'll end up with Pascal's triangle! Students who haven't seen Pascal's triangle enjoy

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This worksheet is for students to organize different English expressions for the different inequalities (less than, greater than, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to). It includes a graphic organizer split into 4 columns, and various

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A very thorough review sheet for a test on factoring. The sheet covers find the GCF (Greatest Common Factor) of numbers and monomials, factoring trinomials where a = 1, factoring trinomials where a>1, factoring the difference of two squares, and

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A graphic organizer for students to fill in with information about the basic mathematics properties (Associative, Commutative, etc). My students loved having this in front of them - they didn't have to copy down names of properties, they had plenty

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This is one of the first homeworks I use when reviewing fractions from the bottom up. Students need to find the prime factors of numbers, and explore divisibility rules for different numbers. It could easily be developed into a class activity by

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This is a project for students who have learned dimensional analysis. Students create a country by naming it, naming its currency, and deciding on the exchange rate from their currency to 1 Euro. Then, they plan an opening party for their country,

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This is a hands-on activity for students studying geometry. The sheet has 2 triangles on it and a place to record the measures of the interior angles of each one. Students practice working with a protractor, measuring accurately, comparing results

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3 different versions of a test on order of operations and signed numbers. The tests are all the same difficulty, and are a great assessment of a beginning unit in 8th-10th grades.

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This review sheet works well at the end of a transformations unit. It includes pictures of different Transformers, which have had one of the four different transformations (reflections, rotations, translations, and dilations) performed on them.

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently in my first year teaching Math in New York City. I have also taught SAT, GRE, and SHSAT prep classes for Kaplan, tutored and led calculus review sessions at my college, and taught a film class to freshmen in college.

MY TEACHING STYLE

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. in Mathematics from Tufts University M.A. in Math Education from New York University

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GRADES

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

SUBJECTS

Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Measurement, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Math Test Prep, Word Problems, Algebra 2