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# Shawna H

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This has been my students' favorite project this year. The whole point is to have students use the geometric terms that they've learned in a creative way. You can use it as a way for students to learn and practice new vocabulary, or as a review
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This maze has 16 problems, but only 10 of them correctly move the student through the maze. If the student does the math incorrectly, there will not be an accurate choice. Also, if the student ends up in the wrong box, there will not be a correct
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In this activity, each letter of the alphabet is assigned a certain value. Students are given a Halloween related word, and need to either add, subtract, or multiply the values of each letter to find the total value of the word. There are 4
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This is a student-centered, hands-on activity that guides students through the collection of data (experimental probability). They conduct events 25 times to make it easy to convert to percents. There is also a reflection page for sale that provides
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This handout has 8 word problems on it, but it's broken into 17 questions. They are great problems to practice understanding of tax, tip, discount, and commission. There is one combination problem (tax and tip), and they do have to practice rounding
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Students can quickly learn how to find the mean, median, mode, or range of a set of data, but they have a harder time understanding when to use them. When is median better than mean? Mode better than median? This worksheet helps explain the
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My students loved this project. After a unit on ratios and proportions, I did a mini-lesson on the Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio. This projects asks the kids to discover whether or not any of their body measurement ratios match the Golden
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This package comes with a note page that students can use for notes. It also has two pages of practice problems (which get harder and harder). There is an answer key included. It's a great lesson for introducing percent increase and percent
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This activity will really put your students' knowledge of integers and order of operations to the test! The students will first use a decoder to determine the value of each letter in a particular Christmas / Winter related word. Then the students
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This worksheet is a great way to introduce solving two step equations. It helps the students use inverse operations in the correct order by first looking at what has been done to the variable (the Do part of the chart), and then how to "undo" those
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This scaffolded note page is to assist kids in taking notes on similar concepts in an efficient manner. It was a review for my kids, so we did the entire handout in less than a period. It can also be used as a review guide for rates, unit rates,
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Unit Rates ~ Unit Prices ~ Better Buy This maze puts a little more pizazz into a review worksheet. Students begin in the START box. The find the unit price for two items, and select the answer that is the better buy. This takes them to a new box,
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This handout is for students to take notes on Geometric vocabulary. There are 49 terms listed, with space for a definition and notes. There is a link to a good online glossary, and it includes an answer key (which can be used as a handout if you
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36 ratings
4.0
This handout guides students through making/reading tree diagrams to solve problems involving combining different items. It also explains the counting principle.
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38 ratings
3.9
This is an engaging way for students to practice their decimal operations. There is built in answer-checks because students need to get the correct answer before they can move to the next box. Problems include adding, subtracting, multiplying, and
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This worksheet provides extra practice with finding volume of Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres. It also includes a challenge composite figure made of a cylinder and cone. Some of the problems have decimals. There are a total of 7 volume problems: 2
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26 ratings
4.0
This is a great way to review adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions. The students complete a problem, and then follow the correct answer to the next box. Thus, there are some helpful self-checks built in. The students can move
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This 3 page document has a variety of compound event problems. It has built-in differentiation because the problems get progressively harder. There are even problems that combine independent and dependent events. There is an answer key.
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23 ratings
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This is an assignment that has 5 Unit Rate, 3 Unit Price, and 4 rate table problems. It's a great assignment to help students focus on the process of solving problems without having to deal with really complex math. The students do need to divide
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This is a Math Interest Survey that the students can take at the beginning of a class. The students mark their feelings about 25 statements. Students reflect on their skils, their feelings toward math, their parents ability to help them, how they
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27 ratings
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught a variety of subjects and grades, including eight years at 4/5, two years teaching middle school Language Arts, 7 years teaching 7th grade Math and Pre-algebra. I am currently a homebound teacher for students in grades K-12, and I do private math tutoring for grades 6 - 9.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Balance ~ Student discovery, problem solving, hands-on, basic skills, relevance, real life application, and high interest.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Nominee: Yavapai County Teacher of the Year, Intermediate Grades

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in Anthropology, Pomona College MA in Education, UCSC

Instructor, Northern Arizona University - Department of Teaching and Learning