# Mrs Betz

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This is a Performance Task with two parts, each including a Rubric. Part one is about Exponential Decay and Part two covers Exponential Growth. Students will annotate and create exponential functions modeling the given scenario and graph each
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Guided notes for intro to Trig, real life applications, finding sides and angles using SOH CAH TOA and identifying angles of elevation and depression. Answer Key included
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Guided notes that include: Adjacent Angles Supplementary Angles Complementary Angles Vertical Angles Same Side Interior Angles Same Side Exterior Angles Alternate Interior Angles Alternate Exterior Angles Corresponding Angles Answer key is included
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This exam covers points, lines, planes, etc, types of angles, angle measure theorems, line segment theorems, sequences, Pythagorean theorem, distance formula and midpoint formula. It was designed to be a relatively quick assessment covering a lot of
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This is a Performance Task complete with differentiated levels of assessment and accompanying rubrics for each level. It can be personalized for each class and becomes a real world scenario by the teacher filling out the data based on actual class
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Complete Performance Task with Student Checklist and Rubric. Students are asked to complete an error analysis and factor using Greatest Common Factor (GCF), Difference of Two Squares (DOTS), Multiply/Combine (M/C) and Factor Completely (using two
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These study guides, written in Cornell Notes style, correspond to Studies Weekly World History for Grade 6 Week 1. Students are given a tool to help guide their reading and learn important facts about the issue. An answer Key as well as a Modified
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These study guides, written in Cornell Notes style, correspond to Studies Weekly World History for Grade 6 Week 2. Students are given a tool to help guide their reading and learn important facts about the issue. An answer Key as well as a Modified
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These study guides, written in Cornell Notes style, correspond to Studies Weekly World History for Grade 6 Week 3. Students are given a tool to help guide their reading and learn important facts about the issue. An answer Key as well as a Modified
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This study guide, written in Cornell Notes style, correspond to Studies Weekly World History for Grade 6 Weeks 1 to 3. It is created to prepare students for their first test. I pasta a map of the world on the first page in order for students to fill
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This is a geometry dictionary covering types of lines and line segments, types of angles, triangles and polygons.
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This is a complete Performance Task asking students to create inequalities, graph them on number lines and a coordinate plane and find their solution(s). Students are asked to annotate and come to valid conclusions. A Student Checklist and Grading
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This is a free sample of Cornell Notes covering Test-Taking Techniques. My co-teacher and I decided, after much debate and consideration, that pre-made Cornell Notes in our classes was a huge benefit to ourselves and our students. The thought behind
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While teaching the book "Wonder" to my sixth grade students, we discussed deeply the concept of overcoming obstacles. My wonderful cat, Hans, has a disability called Cerebellar Hypoplasia, which affects his balance and overall movement. I wanted to
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This study guide, written in Cornell Notes style, correspond to Studies Weekly World History for Grade 6 Weeks 1 to 3. It is created to prepare students for their first test. I pasta a map of the world on the first page in order for students to fill
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a certified K-12 Special Education teacher, highly qualified in Math, English and History. I have spent the majority of my teaching experience working in integrated general education and special education Algebra and Geometry classes. I have been trained and design my lessons around the Common Core Standards. I have organized and run test prep for Connecticut State Exams and the Common Core Algebra and Geometry New York Regents Exams.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My lessons are designed to make math accessible for all students. Through the use of organization, students can focus on the core content and not become distracted by irrelevant information so I believe in the use of Cornell notes and guided notes. Additional, many of my projects offer differentiation, either based on skill level or interest as well as accompanied rubrics.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Masters of Education from the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut