# Scott Reis

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This Multiple Choice AP exam was carefully designed to provide a comprehensive and challenging review of AB topics which contains problems similar to the Multiple Choice AP exams released by the College Board. This exam contains 28 multiple choice
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This AP Calculus worksheet is a challenging review of AP style multiple choice questions pertaining to finding relative maxima or minima and intervals where a function is increasing or decreasing. It incorporates the Product Rule, Quotient Rule, and
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Includes 2 Worksheets, a Practice Quiz, and a detailed answer key. These resources have a myriad of carefully chosen problems that are aligned with the AP Calculus AB curriculum set forth by the College Board. Students will practice finding limits:
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This Unit Plan includes clear and concise explanations and examples of how to find Left, Right, & Midpoint Riemann Sums as well as Trapezoidal Sums. Several examples focus on tabular Riemann & Trapezoidal Sums and how they can be used to
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Consists of detailed lesson plans that can span 3 to 5 days, depending on your pacing. It includes clear explanations and over 30 detailed examples that are aligned with the AP Calculus AB curriculum set forth by the College Board. This product
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This essential lesson plan focuses on how to evaluate the 6 trig functions at any angle in the Unit Circle; has a "handy" trig trick that will appeal to bodily-kinesthetic learners; provides a memory device to distinguish between the even and odd
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This Power Point lesson is well-designed and ready to use in your classroom! It includes a mnemonic device to help students learn how to set up a definite integral properly in order to find the area between a curve and the x-axis or between two
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This Multiple Choice AP exam was carefully designed to provide a comprehensive review of AB topics and contains problems similar to the Multiple Choice AP exams released by the College Board. This exam contains 15 multiple choice questions, some of
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This worksheet contains five multiple choice questions that I created which are similar to limit and continuity problems that are on the AP Exam. It can be used as a warm up activity, review assignment, or quick assessment. I have used it with my
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This multiple choice test covers topics from the 1st semester of Algebra 2. Some of the topics included are: order of operations, factoring polynomials, radicals, solving linear & quadratic equations, solving linear inequalities, system of
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This worksheet is intended for use with a remedial or basic Algebra 2 class. It would also be a good review for a regular or honors Algebra 2 class on a day when you are not teaching new material. The focus of this worksheet is solving quadratic
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This lesson plan consists of definitions (variable, exponent, coefficient, simplify), how to use PEMDAS for the order of operations, and word problems. This could be used in either an Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 class and includes a detailed answer key.
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Strategies and examples for approaching algebra word problems, including: using formulas, drawing diagrams, and recognizing patterns in data tables. This can be used in either an Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 class and includes a detailed answer key.
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This Power Point lesson is well-designed and ready to use in your AP Calculus class to introduce the concept of derivative. Included are examples which teach the limit definition of derivative, basic differentiation formulas, how to write an
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This Power Point lesson is well-designed and ready to use in your AP Calculus class to introduce these derivative concepts: Product Rule, Quotient Rule, and Chain Rule. The lessons are structured by introducing each concept with easier examples and
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Detailed notes and answer key that provide creative ways to help students understand and apply the definitions of Commutative, Associative, Identity, & Inverse Properties. Examples are given for each property and a lesson on unit analysis is
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This Power Point lesson is designed for a Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, or Algebra 2 class. It contains short descriptions on what to do in order to simplify a problem involving fractions using one of the 4 basic arithmetic operations. This lesson
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These Power Point notes describe how to solve linear equations and provide a variety of examples. Also included are some real life examples that require students to set up a linear equation from a story problem. A detailed answer key is included
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Charlotte Catholic High School (1998-2001), Charlotte, NC; De La Salle North Catholic HS (2001-2012), Portland, OR; Jesuit High School (2012-present), Portland, OR; Subjects taught: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and AP Calculus AB

MY TEACHING STYLE

Detailed and clear notes with a variety of examples to teach basic and advanced mathematical concepts; Engaging students and encouraging participation by all students; Mnemonic devices, songs, raps to help learn difficult math concepts

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Oregonian article: http://www.oregonlive.com/education/index.ssf/2012/03/predominantly_african_american.html OnPoint Educator of the Year 2012 - Community Choice Award University of Portland's "Distinguished Alumnus of the Year" 2015 http://www.up.edu/alumni/print.aspx?cid=7480 http://www.up.edu/alumni/default.aspx?cid=7398&pid=2850

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Central Catholic High School, Valedictorian Class of '93; University of Portland, Mathematics B.A. 1998; University of Notre Dame, Masters of Education 2000

Music is a huge part of my life: I listen to my favorite artists in my car, working out, and at home. I play guitar and sing and I like to incorporate music into my mathematics lessons whenever I can.