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Ratio and equivalent ratio task cards plus a mini lesson to go with them. This package includes a 12 page mini-lesson on ratios and equivalent ratios. Then give your kids the 32 task cards and send them off to work on their skills. Students are
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Graphing Ratios Mini Lesson and Task Cards includes graphing rate task cards plus a mini lesson to go with them. This package includes a 12 page mini-lesson on graphing rates, finding similar ratios, and comparing and analyzing ratios. Then give
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Get to know the geography of Mexico with this lesson, map activity, note taking task, study guide, and test. This package includes a 10 page lesson on the geography of Mexico. Students can follow along with the lesson and take notes with the
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This lesson includes unit rate task cards plus a mini lesson to go with them. This package includes a 15 page mini-lesson on unit rates, how to find them, equivalent rates, and extrapolating to higher rates. Then give your kids the 32 task cards
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Greatest Common Factors offers a 10 slide teaching guide and 32 task cards on factors, common factors, and greatest common factors. The mini lesson covers definitions and offers 4 methods to reach the greatest common factor of a set of numbers.
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Prime Factorization Task Cards include a 23-page mini lesson on prime factorization plus 32 task cards on this important concept. The mini lesson covers primes and composites, divisibility, and prime factorization. While the 32 task cards ask
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Students will take basic shapes and describe them with strong verbs, adjectives, and adverbs to bring them alive. For instance, a triangle is really a hot, juicy slice of pizza with bubbling cheese that drips down the side. Students will be given
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught 6th grade for almost my entire career, but in two very distinct ways. My first teaching position was at a charter school where I taught 6th grade for eleven years. Sixth grade was considered an elementary grade there, and so I have taught all the disciplines for the majority of my career. Wanting another challenge, I moved on to a local middle school and have been teaching sixth grade math for six years. For the majority of my career I have enjoyed acting as a team leader, grade level leader, and content representative. I have presented at several conferences focusing on organizational techniques, classroom management, and social studies curriculum. I like to make my fellow educator's job easier whenever possible.

MY TEACHING STYLE

During my teaching of social studies, I specialized in using simulations to bring the history alive. Overall, I tend to use a variety of teaching styles based on my goals and objectives for each lesson. These can vary from direct instruction and journaling, to student led creations, games, cooperative learning, and more. I really like to get kids involved in their learning and make things hands on.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Team of the Year -TCA East Elementary, 2006, Nominated Teacher of the Year - TCA East Elementary, 2000, 2006, Teacher of the Year - TCA East Elementary, 2007

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. in Secondary Education - University of Wisconsin: Milwaukee (Major: history; Minor: geography)

When I was eight years old I had a second grade teacher that had a remarkable effect on me and showed me what a teacher could really do to inspire their students. Ever since then I have wanted to be a teacher and try to emulate her. I hope to be even half the educator she was. You can contact me at bnaujoktpt@gmail.com