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This PowerPoint (ppt) presentation reviews the methods and steps that students can use to determine whether a function represents a linear or exponential relationship. I use this ppt in my Math I (Algebra I) classes immediately after I cover the
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This MS PowerPoint presentation provides an easy-to-understand and classroom-tested technique for understanding the 2 types of Arithmetic Sequences - Explicit and Recursive. I have covered this subject in both my general 8th grade math and Math 1
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This is a fully animated MS PowerPoint presentation that provides an easy-to-remember solution technique for calculating sales tax, discount, tip and markup amounts to incorporate in various consumer purchases. I use this presentation each year in
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This PowerPoint (ppt) presentation reviews the methods and steps that students can use to determine whether a function represents a linear, exponential or quadratic relationship. I use this ppt in my Math I (Algebra I) classes immediately after I
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The attached file is a realistic End of Course (EOC) Practice Test for Math I/Algebra 1. The test consists of the following 2 parts - "Part 1 - Calculator Inactive" and "Part 2 - Calculator Active". There are 18 problems included for Part 1 and 23
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I use this MS PowerPoint presentation file to kickoff our study of Statistics in my 9th grade Math I or Algebra I classes. It reviews the definitions and detailed methods required to calculate the mean, median, mode, range and standard deviation of
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This MS PowerPoint presentation provides background information on 2-Way Frequency Tables as well as the specific steps to follow create and analyze them. It is used to kickoff our study of this subject n my Pre-Algebra and Math I classes. It
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I use this MS PowerPoint presentation file to kickoff our study of Statistics in my 7th and 8th grade math classes. It reviews the definitions and detailed methods required to calculate the mean, median, mode, range and mean absolute deviation
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The purpose of this project is to give your students a deeper understanding of the use of trigonometry in analyzing various types of triangles. It will also provide them with an interesting and colorful way to display various triangles and their
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The attached file is a realistic End of Course (EOC) Practice Test for Math I/Algebra 1. The test consists of the following 2 parts - "Part 1 - Calculator Inactive" and "Part 2 - Calculator Active". There are 18 problems included for Part 1 and 26
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This PowerPoint presentation covers the basic steps required to simplify radical expressions. I use this ppt in my Math I (Algebra I) classes when I first introduce the topic of simplifying radical expressions, thus, it is classroom tested. It is
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I use this MS PowerPoint presentation file to kickoff our study of Box Plots in my Pre-Algebra and Math I classes. It reviews in detail how to analyze a data set and to construct a Box Plot to accurately depict the distribution of the data
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I use this MS PowerPoint presentation file in my 8th grade Pre-Algebra and 9th grade Math I classes to initiate our study of the methods that can be used to calculate the perimeter and area of 2-D shapes in the coordinate plane. It includes the
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The included MS PowerPoint file includes a detailed review of the 7 steps I use to solve any type of math Word Problem. I review this presentation with my 7th graders when we start the first set of Word Problems. I have also taught 8th and 9th
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There are three basic methods of solving a system of linear equations or functions that are typically taught in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and Math I. They are the Substitution, Elimination and Graphing methods. The attached MS PowerPoint slideshow
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I use this MS PowerPoint presentation file to introduce the Product-Sum Method of factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient = 1 in my 8th and 9th grade Math I classes. It reviews in detail the Product-Sum Method of factoring of trinomials and
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This MS PowerPoint presentation covers the specifics of both Scatterplots and Correlation. It is used to kickoff our study of these topics in my Pre-Algebra and Math I classes. It covers the detailed steps to follow to analyze a data set and
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I use this MS PowerPoint presentation file as a prelude to the study of quadratic equations in my Pre-Algebra and Math I classes. It is a totally animated ppt file and very easy for students to understand. The animation can be modified as desired
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This MS PowerPoint presentation provides a comprehensive and easy-to-understand solution technique for determining exponential growth and decay functions/equations given a graph or a table of values. The presentation includes the detailed,
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This is a MS PowerPoint presentation that provides an easy-to- understand technique for solving literal equations. I have used this presentation in my 9th grade Math I classes when starting literal equations, but it is also appropriate to use it
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a retired mechanical engineer who, upon retirement, became a middle and high school math and science teacher. I have taught 7th and 8th grade math and science and 9th grade math over the last 4 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I typically use a 4-prong approach to teaching math and science in my classroom: 1) 8 to 10 minute presentation (usually a ppt) to introduce a new math topic, 2) a guided notes paper with lots of blanks to be jointly completed by my students and me, 3) practice worksheets to reinforce the current concepts and confirm understanding and 4) multiple, relevant projects to connect the various math and science subjects to the real world. I use my Smartboard and document camera daily during class.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Registered Professional Engineer in North Carolina

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS in Mechanical Engineering from N.C. State University and MS in Business Administration from Duke University

Lived and worked overseas 6-1/2 years designing and construction various energy facilities