# Miss Lauren

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Students travel to each "city" and solve the pythagorean theorem based word problem. They place their final answers on their airline ticket. Have students turn this in as they "fly away" to their next class. There are 8 cities
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Objective: Students will be able to utilize geometric properties and definitions to justify and draw conclusions about geometric figures. A majority of students struggle with proofs! Because they must draw from multiple definitions, postulates, and
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Exponents get boring after a while, let's face it. I've created some worksheets that allow students to practice exponent skills while doing an activity. Suggestion: For the Triangular Puzzle, group students at least in partners, because these
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Objective: Students will be able to use theorems involving segment relationships in circles. Theorems covered: 1) Secant-Secant 2) Tangent-Secant 3) Chord-Chord 4) Tangent-Tangent Students will find each missing segment using one of the theorems
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Want students to stay organized while learning all the conic formulas?! Use this foldable! Print and fold together to make a booklet! Print front to back and then staple. This contains all of the formulas they will need and even a page for the
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If a student steals a cookie... Directions: Place students into 5 - 6 groups. In case you want, I included a random group generator into the SMART file for you. Students solve the problems on a whiteboard/paper. If the team gets it right, send one
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Objective: Students will be able to simplify radical expression and utilize them in problem solving. Materials Included: 1) Foldable Notes: Simplifying Radicals (2 pages, print front-to-back) 2) Homework Riddle: Simplifying (2 pages) 3) Notes Key
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Ever play the fun vocabulary game, Taboo? Here is an AP Statistics version! Directions: Students are in groups of 4. A student picks up one card at a time. They MUST get their partner to say the "blue" word, but are NOT allowed to use any of the
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Here is a fun activity that will help your AP Statistics students review for the exam! This review activity covers the following concepts: 1) Probability 2) Inference 3) Normal distributions 4) Sampling Distributions (Sample sizes) 5) Experimental
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Objective: Students will be able to solve for surface area and volume of the following three-dimensional shapes: prisms, cylinders, spheres, cones, and pyramids. Included: 1) Foldable - Surface Area and Volume of all 5 3D shapes listed above 2)
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Objective: Students will apply their knowledge of logarithms and exponential functions to solve real life problems. Directions (included): Students start with the first strip and solve the problem. They will find their answer on another strip, and
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Cut up the triangles individually. Students are grouped into partners or more. Answer key included. Great way to close your lesson during review week or a shortened class day. Students will match the correct vocabulary term with the appropriate
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Concept Addressed: Properties of Logarithms Students will pick any 18 problems to complete, but there are multiple they can choose from. They pick any 10 from the front, 5 from the medium difficulty, and 3 hard problems. Not only does it allow
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We need to encourage students to write more in our math classes. This collection of 29 quick writes is a great way to take 3 minutes out of your day to have them write about what they have learned. Concepts addressed: 1) Geometry foundation
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Students will be able to solve any two variable system using a variety of methods. Additionally, students will be able to solve systems of equations in real-life scenarios. This newsletter allows you to give your students more freedom in choosing
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Objective: Students will be able to utilize characteristics of the quadratic parent function to graph transformed quadratics. Students will be able to graph any quadratic function given in either vertex form or standard form. What's included: 1)
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Objective: Students will be able to identify and describe each conic section. Materials Included: 1) SMART file (for notes) 2) Warm Up/Exit Ticket called "Anticipation Guide" 3) Foldable: Conic Sections (holds all their formulas) 4) Practice: 2
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Please note: This SMART file is made to go along with the Lesson Plan that is in my store, which is FREE to download. It included all the paper materials necessary for the lesson. I've also included Teacher Notes to explain how to navigate the
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Objective: Students will simplify rational expressions by multiplying them and canceling out like terms. Students will be able to identify values where the expression is undefined. Hand out newsletter to each students or group of students.
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Objective: Students will find the solution set of logarithmic and exponential inequalities. Recommendation: Copy and have the pieces laminated so that students do NOT write on them. Enjoy!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

6 years in Secondary working with ESL up to Advanced Placement

MY TEACHING STYLE

Exploring, constant formative assessment

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Texas Instruments STEM Award Recipient 2014 PAEMST Texas Finalist 2017

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in Mathematics from University of North Texas Minor(s): Spanish and Secondary Education Recieved minor with the help of Teach North Texas (UTeach replication program)

Born in Orlando, Florida but moved to Texas when I was 5 years old. Been in Richardson ISD since 2011 and still work there!