Michelle Kravetz

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Have your students review what they've learned about volume and surface area with a fun scavenger hunt. Topics reviewed are volume of rectangular prisms and surface area of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, square pyramids, and triangular
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This scavenger hunt activity includes 10 problems for students to practice converting measurements in both metric and customary units. Units of length, capacity, and weight/mass are included for a comprehensive review. When printing the cards,
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Engage your students in hand-on exploration of the relationship between quadrilaterals. This activity includes a "family tree" for quadrilaterals on one page and a page of quadrilateral examples for students to cut out and place on the tree based
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Have students self-assess on learning targets or goals using the levels of understanding from Marzano. They are numbered 1-4, each with a description of the level.
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This project is a great way to assess students' understanding of surface area and volume of a variety of 3D shapes, while encouraging their creativity and entrepreneurship. Students will work in design teams (I've always had 2-3 students in each)
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Students find items online to "buy" and practice finding discounts and sales tax on those items. There area also questions for them to answer comparing prices with different discounts.
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Students work in groups to "order" items from a restaurant. They have to each calculate the total price of their items, find the subtotal for the bill, calculate tax and tip, and come up with a grand total. When I've used this, I had old menus
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Quiz for operations with integers and classifying numbers into the real number system. Covers common core math standards 7.NS.1 and 7.NS.3
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Students love practicing concepts with a scavenger hunt! This activity includes complementary & supplementary angles, angle relationships within parallel lines cut by a transversal, and triangle sum theorem. Students find the missing angle in
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Have students self-assess on learning targets or goals using the levels of understanding from Marzano. They are numbered 1-4, each with a description of the level.
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Help your students gain conceptual understanding of adding integers using the balloon model. I have had the most success with students using this model! The idea is based on a vertical number line, where zero is the top of a mountain. There is a
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Guided notes to help your students with the many steps for creating a box plot. Also includes two example to complete with your class or independently.
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Students work together to measure height, record data, and construct a box plot of the information.
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Homework/assessment to accompany the balloon model of adding integers.
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Self-assessment and data tracking for chapter 2 of 6th grade Go Math. Students track their summative assessment, formative assessment, and homework data on this sheet by lesson. Each lesson includes the learning targets and a place for student's
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Students have a deeper understanding of concepts when they are able to use prior knowledge to construct the idea themselves. Rather than give your students the formula for the area of a circle, why not have them construct it from other shapes they
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am in my eleventh year teaching combinations of 5th, 6th, and 7th/8th grade level math. I have also taught science for 3 of those years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am strict with my students, but they thrive because of the routine and structure in my classroom. I like to make math as fun as possible and have my students learn to love it!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

My bachelor's degree is from Hiram College in Ohio. I also have a master's degree in curriculum and instruction (math specialization) from Kent State University in Ohio.

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I absolutely love being a mom to my six-year-old son and 4 month old daughter!

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