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Matching game where students must match a given rational number (fraction) with its corresponding plotted point on a number line. Set includes 16 cards and their matches, and incorporates both positive and negative rational numbers.

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The purpose of this activity is to allow students practice writing equations from a graph.
I've included 12 station cards that are all centered on European countries. I tell students that they are going on a European "vacation" and their job is

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This activity is for students to practice writing and evaluating algebraic expressions! Students will first write an algebraic expression for a given scenario. They will then try to evaluate their algebraic expression using

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Real world applications for rewriting addition expressions using the greatest common factor!
This lesson sometimes gets "tossed in" when students first learn about the Distributive Property. Without much context though, students will struggle to

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Students work in pairs against each other in a classic battle of "X's" versus "O's", Tic-Tac-Toe!
This is a great partner/center activity that can be done without teacher assistance or directions. Students each solve a one-step inequality

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Short quiz on evaluating exponents, the order of operations, and writing and evaluating algebraic expressions.

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This is my introductory lesson on finding percents for my 6th grade students. We use ratio tables to build the concept of finding percents. If you're not familiar with ratio tables and how you can use them to find percents, check out my YouTube

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have 7 years teaching experience in Maryland Public Schools in 6th and 7th Grade math classrooms. I've also spent 2 years as mentor teacher working primarily with middle school math teachers. I've presented numerous staff PDs and workshops and have helped work with local university undergrads in teaching programs.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to be engaging! I want my students to enjoy and embrace mathematics, so I try to make it fun and relevant to them.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

~BA and MA Education (Michigan State University)

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GRADES

5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}

SUBJECTS

Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Fractions, Graphing, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Word Problems, Decimals