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This activity consists of 12 different problem cards in which a pair of parallel lines are cut by a transversal. The teacher posts the 12 problem cards around the classroom. Students begin their scavenger hunt at one card, solve for the given

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This Tarsia puzzle allows students to solve polynomial equations and determine the zeros of polynomial functions by factoring. Most all factoring techniques are used, including difference of two squares, sum/difference of two cubes, and polynomials

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This bundled set contains a set of reason cards, a lesson to be used with students to review concepts prior to the Pass the Proof Activity, and the Pass the Proof Activity. The teacher will need to copy and cut out enough reason cards for each team

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In this color-coded visual, the equation of a function described by y = f(x) is changed to get the equation of a transformed function, g(x). All the transformations are identified (horizontal and vertical shifts, reflections, and horizontal and

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This is a small group activity to review graphing of quadratic functions given in vertex form, standard form, and intercept form. There are three sets of problems that can be given to a group of three students. Each problem has been assigned a

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In this card sort activity, students select the appropriate card to (1) justify angle relationships given parallel lines, (2) justify parallel lines given angle relationships, or (3) justify other geometric statements related to lines and angles.

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This two-page handout defines a polygon and provides kid-friendly descriptions of convex, concave, and regular polygons. Examples of non-polygons are included. A table that names the polygons based on the number of angles and number of sides is

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Two columns of problems are given. A student chooses one column, while their partner chooses the other column. Questions in each column differ, but the answers are equivalent, so students can self-check with their partner.
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In this card sort activity, students work with a partner to determine the slope of twelve different lines. There is one line per card, and each line is described by its graph on a coordinate plane or by two points on the line. After determining

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In this card sort activity, students work in a group of three. Each student is given six different cards; each card consisting of one linear equation that is to be graphed. Three of the six cards must be graphed using the slope and y-intercept

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This activity consists of 15 different problem cards. Students must be able to graph lines (some vertical, some horizontal, some diagonal and not given in slope-intercept form), and write equations of lines (given a slope and a point, given two

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In this activity, students are given a description of eight lines. The lines can be horizontal, vertical, in slope-intercept form, in standard form, or parallel/perpendicular to a given line. There are two different sets of lines--an A set and a B

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In this self-checking interactive card stack, students answer questions related to parallel, perpendicular, coinciding, and intersecting lines. Students are asked to identity these sorts of lines, and write equations of lines that are parallel or

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In this self-checking interactive card stack, students answer questions related to right triangles. To be successful in this activity, the student must be able to apply the Pythagorean theorem and its converse, be able to simplify radical

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This activity includes five geometric two-column proofs that can be used as a review after introducing students to proofs about line segments and angles. These proofs are meant to be worked with a partner. A portion of the proof is provided to the

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my 17th year of teaching high school math in the Missouri public school system.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Discovery, Interactive Notebooks, Hands-on, Collaborative, Cooperative, Stations, Fun! Every product I post has been used in my own classroom. If you are happy with a product, please take the time to leave a favorable review. If you are not satisfied with a product, please click on the Product Q & A and send a message with your question or concern, and I will do my best to help you.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am a civil engineer turned math teacher. I am certified to teach math to grades 5-12. I have a Master of Science in Secondary Education with a Mathematics emphasis.

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