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# Mr Greenlaw Math

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An excellent activity that gives your students the opportunity to connect adding decimals with a real life situation. Students pretend that they and a group of 3 friends go to a restaurant and have to purchase drinks, food, and dessert for all of
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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This activity is perfect for groups of two. One student solves column A, one solves column B. The students use their answers in each row to verify the equation in the middle. I really like activities like this because the students are
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This worksheet is designed to help students practice their factoring skills for trinomials when a = 1. Students are to match factored trinomials in the left column with factored trinomials in the right column by looking for trinomials that share a
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Math games are a great way to engage students. Adding and Subtracting integers can take a lot of practice for students to master. This activity works best after students have already developed strategies for adding and subtracting integers. Students
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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The following BINGO game can be used in your classroom as a learning activity, review for a test, or simply something fun to do with your kids. There are three pages in this document. The first contains 24 questions and their corresponding answers
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This document provides an excellent opportunity for your students to practice finding the area of a rectangle. The problems start off relatively easy and gradually progress to more difficult ones. Word problems are included as well to help students
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There are many ways to use these task cards. Here are some suggestions: 1. Split students into random groups of 3. Only give each group four problems at a time. The first 4 problems can be called Level 1. Once a group corrects answers Level 1, you
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As a project for my masters degree I was asked to create a document I would use in class with a program called LaTeX. Many professional mathematicians use this software as well as publish textbooks with it. The document I created is a review for a
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In this activity, students will be split into partners. One person answers the questions in column A, the other does the questions in column B. After each person answers a question, they use their answers to verify the equation in the middle. If the
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One thing I find particularly effective when teaching math is combining math with food. This fun activity gives students the opportunity to see the relationship between fractions, decimals, and percents using Fruit Loops. You'll need to purchase a
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3.9
Print off stations 1 â€“ 10 and put them in random locations around your classroom. The stranger the location, the more fun students will have. Students start at any location in the classroom. After answering the problem, the station will prompt them
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If you like partner/group work then this activity is perfect. Students work in pairs. One partner solves column A, the other solves column B. The fractions in each row should reduce to the same answer. That way students can know they are doing the
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Print off stations 1 â€“ 10 and put them in random locations around your classroom. The stranger the location, the more fun students will have. Students start at any location in the classroom. After answering the problem, the station will prompt them
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This short activity gives students the opportunity to practice their multiplication and division of integers while keeping each other accountable for the answers they're finding. Students break off into pairs, then complete a set of problems in two
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If your students need help practicing their algebra skills then this is the perfect activity. I designed the activity for grade 9 math students but depending on your curriculum or the skill level of your students it could be adapted for other
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- Print slides 3 â€“ 12 and tape each problem at a different location in your classroom. - Starting at any station they chose, students solve the linear system described at that station. Their solution should lead them to the next station where they
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Print off stations 1 â€“ 10 and put them in random locations around your classroom. The stranger the location, the more fun students will have. Students start at any location in the classroom. After answering the problem, the station will prompt them
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Tired of students complaining about how useless quadratic equations and logarithms are? Well here's your solution. This unit is designed to teach students how they can use the math they learn in high school to manage their personal finances. In
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This was probably the most engaging activity I have done all year. Students are given the task of creating a contraption that will prevent an egg from breaking when dropped from a given height. After successfully completing this task, they are
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Engaging lesson that gives students something to do as you teach! Answer Key included. Aligned with Alberta Math 30-1 Curriculum and Common Core Curriculum. This lesson teaches students how to identify and apply horizontal and vertical translations
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have worked for 5 years in a private K-12 school as a mathematics/physics teacher. I have taught math from grades 4 to 12 and really enjoy what I do.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like variety. I like to try different things with the hope of finding something that works. Kids learn at different paces and in different ways and as much as possible I try to modify my teaching to what my kids need. Much of what I do involves out-of-the-desk group activities where kids work together to solve challenging and engaging problems.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I received an award for Up and Coming Teacher in my first year of teaching.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor of Education with a specialization in mathematics and a minor in physical science from Canadian University College (now known as Burman University). I recently graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Master's in Mathematics for Teachers.

If you've read this much of my profile already I'm impressed! I guess the other things I would say about myself are that I enjoy playing and coaching senior volleyball, I love pretty much any kind of game (board, card, video), and I believe pizza is a food sent to us from the culinary gods on high and I am forever grateful for their gift to mankind.