# Sharpe at Math

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This is an introductory lesson describing the difference between discrete vs continuous data.
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In this lesson we interpret graphs of linear functions by examining word problems and applications, including rate of change.
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This lesson is an introduction to the properties of functions, including topics such as domain & range, function notation, independent vs dependent variables, and the Vertical Line Test (VLT).
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This worksheet involves applying and reinforcing the concepts of determining the volume and surface area of composite objects.
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An introductory lesson on rational exponents and radicals.
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These worksheets consist of the concepts of the Pythagorean Theorem, labelling triangles for preparatory use with trigonometry, and understanding the use of triangle ratios. Through the use of worked examples and practice exercises, students will
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In this lesson students are given lots of real life examples and applications where they can use trigonometry to solve word problems. There is also a focus on using angles of depression and elevation.
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In this lesson we investigate the slope-point form of the equation of a line.
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A 2-page worksheet defining and applying the use of a referent to indirectly measure the length or size of an object.
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A worksheet for converting between SI (metric) and Imperial units.
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This compilation deals with five smaller topics: - areas of regular and irregular 2D shapes - surface area of 3D objects, with a focus on cylinders and rectangular prisms - surface area of a right pyramid - surface area of a right cone - area of
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This is an introductory lesson on trigonometry where students learn how to use the correct trig ratio to determine the value of the missing or unknown angle.
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This lesson has many fully worked examples and practice problems where there are multiple triangles requiring several steps using trigonometry to determine the value needed. The concept of "body diagonal" is introduced.
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Rules of Divisibility including introduction of GCF and LCM
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Using the distributive law to expand monomials, binomials and trinomials, as well as factoring by identifying and extracting the Greatest Common Factor (GCF).
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Factoring trinomials using algebra tiles (algetiles).
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This is a great worksheet for helping students learn the unit circle for special triangles and trigonometry.
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A brief overview of the Imperial and Metric systems of measurement.
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A worksheet to assist students with converting units within the SI (metric) and Imperial systems of measure.
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This is a two-part lesson focusing on how to determine the volume of 3D objects. In particular, there is a focus on how to determine the volume of a cylinder, a rectangular prism, right pyramids, and right cones.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching since 1994: 1994-2001 Teaching grades 6-10 at a private school 2001-present Teaching grades 10-12 at a public school

MY TEACHING STYLE

Constructivist

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2007 Prime Minister's Teaching Award

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my B. Sc (Pure Mathematics) in 1993, my B. Ed (Secondary) in 1995 and my M. Ed (Teaching & Learning) in 2000.