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Students work with a partner. One partner does the problems on the left side, the other partner does the questions on the right side. The questions are different, however, the answers are the same. One both students arrive at the same answer they
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This worksheet can either be a homework assignment, partner activity, or individual activity. Students must select any combination of problems that adds up to at least 10 points.
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Students can work as partners or individually. Students must determine whether the given equations are parallel, perpendicular, the same line, or have no relationship.
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This is a station activity in order to review zero and negative exponents, multiplication of exponents, division of exponents, scientific notation, and power of a power. I usually put 5 communicators in each station and give the students
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This Smart Board Mini lesson shows students how to find the common difference, extend a pattern, write the rule for an arithmetic sequence, and find the nth term of an arithmetic sequence. The lesson incorporates guided practice problems where
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This exponential function worksheet allows students to graph exponential functions on coordinate planes and analyze their behavior. Students will make conjectures about y-intercept, asymptotes, and how the behavior of a graph changes as the base
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Exit Card Assessment to see if students understood the Triangle Sum Theorem. There are three of the same question on one page to reduce the amount of copies needed.
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This station activity allows students to complete problems reviewing the following concepts: ratio and proportion, similarity in right triangles, proving triangles similar, geometric mean, proportions in right triangles, scale drawings, and indirect
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This mini lesson includes the vocabulary of the angle relationships, visual representations of the relationships, guided practice problems in which students have to set up an equation to find x and the missing angle measures, and a figure in which
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This Smart Board Mini lesson introduces students to the equation for an exponential function, graphing an exponential function, and solving real world population and investment problems using exponential functions.
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This Smart Board Mini lesson shows students how to find the common ratio, extend a pattern, write the rule for a geometric sequence, and find the nth term of a geometric sequence. The lesson incorporates guided practice problems where students can
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This SmartBoard lesson includes the ruler postulate, segment addition postulate, guided practice problems, a Do Now, and Exit Card.
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This interactive Smart Board lesson introduces the basics of square roots, and works its way up to evaluating expressions within a radical, solving radical equations, approximating square roots to the nearest integer without a calculator, and
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This mini lesson shows students why negative exponents have the value they do by discovering the rule on their own. The lesson includes examples of converting positive exponents to negative and negative exponents to positive, guided practice
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This SmartBoard lesson includes unit rate application problems, steps to solving dimensional analysis problems, guided practice, and solving both basic proportions and those which involve the distributive property.
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I used these questions to review for a Systems of Equations and Inequalities Test. I gave the students index cards and had them write the question on the front and answers on the back. At the end of the class, they could quiz each
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This activity consists of four stations. 1. Translate a figure according to a given rule and provide a rule given a pre-image and image, and a composition of transformations 2. Reflect over diagonal, vertical, and horizontal lines 3. Rotate 90,
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This station activity can be used as an Algebra midterm review lesson, a lesson in which you are teaching students the proper ways to answer open ended type questions, or a jigsaw activity. Students will see a variety of different questions and most
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This is a group project. I left the conditional statement blank so the teacher can create a different statement for each group. You can tier this project by making some conditional statements more difficult than others. The students have to
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Please note each station is on a different sheet of paper. The TPT generated thumbnails don't do it justice! This station activity will be for four stations. You will need the following materials. A tissue box A soup can A rubix cube A toblerone
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I'm a 4th year teacher in Union New Jersey. I teach both Pre-Algebra and Algebra to eighth graders.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I teach in block periods. My basic teaching style is a Do Now, review of homework, an interactive mini lesson, and then a fun activity to solidify the concepts in the students' minds.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting along with a minor in Mathematics. I then went for my masters degree in Mathematics Educations with a Specialty in Grades 5-9. I have also just finished my Maser's + 32!