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This set of worksheets serves as a competency test for Basic Factoring. These questions all have a one as a coefficient in front of the squared term. There are five different forms of the test in this set. An answer key for each of the forms is
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This particular test deals with writing equations of lines. Students must be able to: 1) write an equation of a line given a point and a slope, 2) write an equation of a line given two points, 3) change an equation in slope-intercept form to
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This is a very simple, very basic worksheet on adding fractions. It is something you can print out and use. As an alternative, you could project it as a quick warm-up at the beginning of class. Students need to be able to get a common denominator
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This is a very simple, very basic subtraction review worksheet. You can print it out and use it right away. As another option, you could project it for a quick beginning of class review. An answer key is included. If you like this worksheet,
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Solving Equations This is a very basic puzzle that students can use to practice solving equations. It would be a good puzzle to use as a fairly quick warm-up at the beginning of class, or to assign as homework. Students solve the 12 equations and
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In this file, students will practice solving one and two step equations. Best of all, this file is FREE! Students must be able to work with simple fractions in order to complete these puzzles. Students do not need to be able to use the
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This is a set of 10 task cards that students can use to practice working with percent application problems. There is also a sheet that students can use to record their answers to the task cards. An answer key is also included. These cards can
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This is a very basic graphic organizer that you can use to start your geometry interactive notebook.
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This puzzle contains 8 problems which students can use to practice solving equations. Students needs to be able to use the distributive property to solve these equations. After solving all 8 of the problems, students add up their solutions. These
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Included in this document, you will find 20 stickers you could put on studentsâ€™ papers close to Thanksgiving. Each sticker contains an extremely cute turkey (from Krista Wallden http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden) and a QR
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This is a set of Pi Day Stickers that you can use for Pi Day - 3/14! This set of stickers is formatted for Avery Stickers 5163. (Rectangular Border by Dots of Fun)
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This is a reference sheet that could be used in an interactive geometry notebook. Students taking high school geometry would love to have this as a reference sheet! Just print and students can glue into their notebook. Formulas contained in
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This packet is part of my series: Writing about Mathematics â€“ Geometry. This particular activity is about basic vocabulary. Students need to be familiar with the words: line, segment, ray, angle, endpoint, infinite, finite, and vertex. In this
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This is a blank sudoku puzzle that can be used alone, or in conjunction with my bulletin board package. Check the bulletin board package out here: Sudoku Bulletin Board This is a blank puzzle, but there are numerous places on the web that you can
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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In this Tic Tac Toe, students will practice solving systems of equations. Students can work with a partner while playing this game. The first student chooses to be X or O. They then choose a problem on the board. They work that problem and then
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This worksheet has 8 problems that allow students to practice solving for the missing side in similar triangles. Each problem has a QR Code right next to it that students can scan immediately to see if they are correct. Do you need more
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In this sample of my Analyzing Functions with Graphs and Tables, students will work with a single graph and answer questions about function values, where a function has a maximum or minimum, what the maximum or minimum value is, and where a function
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This packet contains two versions of a word search that can be used to help students become familiar wth the vocabulary associated with the study of conic sections. Answer keys included.
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Factoring Perfect Cubes This is a small poster that I made to remind students about a method they can use to factor perfect cubes. My students can never remember how! Also included is a page of 4 smaller copies of the same poster. I printed
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This is a fun review assignment that students can use to review the vocabulary often used in first semester PreCalculus. I use this review during the week that I review first semester material. I have included this puzzle in black and white and
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I have been a high school math teacher for 24 years. I have taught Algebra I, Algebra 2, Geometry Honors, Precalculus, and Calculus AB. I am also certified to teach physics and chemistry. I enjoy finding new ways to bring technology into the classroom.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I enjoy having my class work in groups. I feel that students can learn best when they feel comfortable in the classroom and with me.

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I am the Leadership Program Director at my school.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended the University of Illinois at Urbana. I have a BS in the Teaching of Secondary Mathematics, a MA in the Teaching of Mathematics, and an administration certification.

I live in Illinois with my husband Mark and our three children Andrew, Sarah, and Maggie.