# Shara Shunkweiler

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 The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics - Paul Halmos

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A guided lesson through scatterplots for 8th grade students. They identify if there is a relationship, linear or non-linear, positive or negative, strong or weak.
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Give your students a quick reference foldable to help them work with the different forms of linear equations. It is 100% filled out and a great tool for them to refer back to! Print the two pages front and back and have the students cut the top page
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Have your students discover what the parent linear function looks like from a table, graph, and equation and identify characteristics. Then allow them to manipulate the parent function by changing the slope and y-intercept and describing how each
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Give students a place to write what each part of the slope intercept equation means. Print on paper, have them fold and cut on the dotted lines. Lift up the flap and write a verbal description of each part of the equation. Easy to glue into
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Guide your students through a lesson where they can discover the Triangle Angle Sum Theorem, can discover the relationship between angles and side lengths in a triangle, and can review naming a triangle by the angles.
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Give your students a quick reference guide that reminds them of the attributes and generic rules of the transformations they are required to know in 8th grade math!
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Ready made foldable for your students! Helps them identify what the y-intercept is from multiple views and how they can identify it. Print front and back, fold and cut on the dotted lines. Glue into their interactive notebook!
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Give your students a ready made foldable reinforcing the different ways they can find slope! There are examples that are already done for them and then examples that you can work through with them. Print front and back on bright paper, cut the top
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Have your students identify how changing the slope and the y-intercept affects the parent linear function. Colored pens or pencils, highlighters and calculators make this activity.
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Help your students learn the name of each symbol, how to graph a one variable inequality and give a verbal description of what the inequality means in this easy foldable. Teacher notes included!
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Give your students a ready made informational sheet to attach into their interactive notebook! Shows slope from a graph, slope formula, verbal description, and common synonyms for slope.
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A quick reference for your students. Shows them a graphical and algebraic description of each type of slope. Print front and back and cut on dotted lines, then fold to make window panes. Fits perfectly in an interactive notebook!!
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A simple interactive lesson for students to develop the triangle inequality theorem. Students work in groups to determine if triangles can be built.
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11 years in junior high/middle school math education from 6th grade through Algebra I at the middle school level. 1 year teaching in a high school Pre-Algebra and Geometry class. Currently an instructional coach for middle grades math teachers.

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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th

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