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This matching activity is designed to be practice for students in finding the x- and y-intercepts of a graph and from an equation. Students will have to use critical thinking skills in order to match the three sets. Finding intercepts is a
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This worksheet is for students to practice writing checks. Scenarios are given and the students need to write the checks appropriately. For my class, this was used in a high school life skills lesson.
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This activity is a real world application for finding the percent of a number/whole. The "store" is throwing a sale and items are 10, 25, 50 and 75% off. Students walk around the "store" and determine original cost, percent off, new price and
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This document is an assortment of questions related to exponential functions. Questions include exponential growth and exponential decay. This is a group of review questions and will challenge students new to the concept. I suggest using this as
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This activity is to reinforce knowledge of vertical and horizontal transformations of quadratic functions. Students are required to match an equation, graph and point notation. This is a great activity to do before a test, after instruction or for
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This review is for exponents. The review includes multiplying exponents, dividing exponents, power of zero and negative exponents. The practice problems include variable and coefficients. A power point slide with directions on how to play the
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This class project is sure to be a hit with any and all of your students! This bundle includes 3 projects in one. All the projects relate around the same idea. Students have been hired as consultants for the Baltimore Ravens, Real Madrid or
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This is a multi-layered lesson designed to teach and aid students in writing checks and balancing checkbooks. Students are walked through each step of writing a check and practice on their own. Afterwards, students are lead through the process of
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This activity has students working with equations with variables on both sides. This is a station activity where students rotate around to each area. Each station asks them to solve different types of equations where the variables are on both
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One of the biggest internal debates teachers have are review games. We want to make reviews interesting and engaging yet rich and meaningful in regards to content. We have found no better way to combine these two qualities than with a relay race.
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My students absolutely loved this lesson and learned so much in the process! This experiment is designed to compare what happens to gummy bears when left in 4 different solutions for 48 hours. The experiment was designed to highlight the teaching
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This is a peer editing sheet for a persuasive essay. The first half is a checklist for the editor to follow. The second part is for editor comments including; strengths, weaknesses and other relevant comments.
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This review is for exponential functions. Just like everyone else our new common core curriculum has changed things around. This review takes exponents a step further than the other one we've posted. The review includes multiplying exponents,
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This class project is sure to be a hit with any and all of your students! Students have been hired as consultants for Monsters University to solve some team problems. Students must use the provided data to create a linear regression (line of best
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This experiment involves the collection, sorting and analysis of leaves. This experiment was originally completed in a high school daily skills science classroom. However, it could easily be used in an elementary classroom as well. In the
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This class project is sure to be a hit with any and all of your students! Students have been hired as consultants for the Real Madrid Football Club to solve some team problems. Students must use the provided data to create a linear regression (line
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In this scavenger hunt students will use trigonometric functions to determine missing side lengths or unknown angles. Students will use sine, cosine, tangent and their inverses. Students can start at any poster, solve the problem, and find the
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This scavenger hunt requires students to use knowledge of midline, period, amplitude and y-intercepts to characterize different sine and cosine functions and their graphs. Students start at any poster, answer the question, and find the answer on
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A think tank is a questioning activity created from Bloom's taxonomy. Each questions, starting from the top, becomes more complicated and involved. The think tank we've created here is all about quadratic reflections, translations and dilations.
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This activity is for review and practice of the characteristics of the 4 basic types of functions. The review includes identifying characteristics of exponential, linear, absolute value and quadratic functions. The basic of analyzing a function
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Our names are Denae and Patrick Clark. We are both teachers of 8 years. We use every single lesson in our store in our very own classrooms so we know how important high quality lesson are to you and your students. Thank you for the opportunity of bringing our lessons into your classroom. We have experience in all grades of high school and middle school. We also have vast experiences from previous adventures in elementary school. We are both special education teachers and have worked in nearly all subject areas with a variety of students. Since we both teach in different areas our store has a wide array of lessons. You will find many math and english lessons. Denae' has been teaching life skills, work experience, english and social studies classes. During the past few years Patrick has been focused primarily in math including; Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and functional math. Therefore, we have some unique lessons that will be difficult to find elsewhere.

MY TEACHING STYLE

We are both teachers who love to get our students up and moving. We do also value the necessity of direct instruction. We use all types of learning styles in our classrooms and differentiate our lessons to meet the needs of all our learners.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Council for Exceptional Children Members, Presented Action Research on Vocabulary and Writing, University Mentor Teachers, County Recognition for work

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Masters in Elementary Education and Special Education from West Virginia University.

Recently, we have become the very proud parents of a wonderful daughter. She has enhanced our lives in more ways than we knew possible. We also both love anything outdoors. We love to hike with our dog, run, ski and any other adventures that arise. We hope you enjoy our lessons. If there is anything you are looking for and cannot find we mostly likely just haven't had the chance to upload it yet. We'd be happy to help you with anything you need.