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# No Frills Math

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These guided notes will help your students compare and contrast linear relationships that are proportional with those that are not. Students need to be able to find slope (rate of change) from a table and graph to complete.
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This activity will help your students transition from using the Pythagorean Theorem to understanding the Distance Formula. After all, the Distance Formula is just the Pythagorean Theorem on the coordinate plane. Given a line segment, students
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This engaging activity is great for reviewing how to solve equations with one solution, no solution and infinite solutions. Students will solve one problem on their own before circulating around the room. Students will then find eight other
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Students love competition! This Hot Seat Activity is a fun way to review the number of solutions for a one variable equation -- one solution, no solutions, infinite solutions. Directions:Line up in your teams. The person at the back is in the â€œhot
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Assess your students' knowledge of slope with this Slope Test. Students need to be able to identify the four types of slope and find slope (rate of change) from a graph, table, equation and between two ordered pairs.
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This BINGO game reviews volume of cylinders, cones and spheres. Students are asked to to solve various volume-related problems given drawings (7) and word problems (17). Students are not asked to solve for a missing dimension given the
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Students love moving around the room to work on math problems. Checking answers with QR Codes is an added bonus! Hang each of the 10 problems around your classroom. Give students 2 â€“ 3 minutes to write their first equation in slope-intercept form.
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This worksheet can be used as classwork, homework or a quiz. Students are asked to identify different types of slope (positive, negative, zero and undefined) and determine the value of the slope between two points on a graph. On the back of the
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This engaging activity is great for reviewing proportional vs. non-proportional relationships using multiple representations (tables, graphs, equations, and ordered pairs). Students will solve one problem on their own before circulating around the
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Summary: Your students will enjoy moving around your classroom to complete this 10 problem Passport Activity. Each student will be given their own travel itinerary prior to visiting 5 countries on the continent of Africa. This is similar to a
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Summary: Your students will enjoy moving around your classroom to complete this 10 problem Passport Activity. Each student will be given their own travel itinerary prior to visiting 5 countries on the continent of Africa. This is similar to a
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Students love competition! This Hot Seat Activity is a fun way to review the number of solutions for a system of linear equations given a graph -- one solution, no solution, an infinitely many solutions. Directions:Line up in your teams. The person
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Included you will find 84 Exit Tickets along with an answer key. These exit tickets could also be used as bellringers or entrance tickets. Exit Tickets are grouped according to the CCSS for Math 8: *Number System *Expressions &
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This BINGO game reviews slope-intercept form. Students are asked to write an equation in slope-intercept form given a graph, table or standard form equation. Included: *24 problems *Recording Worksheet *Answer Key *36 BINGO boards (some answers
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Have you just introduced two-step equations to your students? These notes and homework are great for students who have just started working with two-step equations. All of the equations have whole number solutions. The "Do/Undo" tables help
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Summary: Your students will enjoy moving around your classroom to complete this 5 problem Passport Activity. Each student will be given their own travel itinerary prior to visiting 5 countries on the continent of Africa. This is similar to a
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This engaging activity is great for reviewing how to solve multi-step equations with variables on one side.Students will solve one problem on their own before circulating around the room. Students will then find eight other students to solve the
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This engaging activity is great for reviewing one-step equations -- addition and subtraction only. Students will solve one problem on their own before circulating around the room. Students will then find eight other students to solve the problems.
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This worksheet will help your students understand the relationship between a table of values and its corresponding graph. For each table students will need to find the rate of change and fill in the missing values. For each graph students will
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This engaging activity is great for reviewing constant of proportionality using multiple representations (tables, graphs, equations, and ordered pairs). Students will solve one problem on their own before circulating around the room. Students will
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my fourth year teaching 8th grade math in Washington County, MD. I spent the first 15 years of my career teaching 7th grade math and pre-algebra.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to use a wide variety of activities in my classroom. It is important for me to design my lessons around many different learning styles.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I have been nominated twice for Washington County Teacher of the Year. One of those years, I was one of the top five finalists.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics from Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio.

My two little girls keep me very busy in my "spare" time.