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This game is a football-themed review of arithmetic and geometric sequences and series. It is a game meant to be played as a class with students split into small groups, but could be used in many different ways. Easy questions are worth the fewest

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This packet contains over 400 "Bell Ringer" problems for an Algebra 2 course. Problems are broken up into sets of six that can be done on a daily basis. Also contained in the document is a copy of the Bell Work Sheet on page three.
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This packet contains 190 review problems for an Algebra 2 course. Problems are broken up into 3 units. I have included concise notes and several example problems for each topic contained within the packet. In the past, once my students have

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This worksheet includes notes and example problems related to permutations and combinations. Permutations and combinations are very similar, so with the help of some pictures, examples, formulas, and example problems, students should know the

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This item can be used to introduce function families and the characteristics of each. It may also be used as a culminating review activity for students. I have included 2 versions of the notes: a fill-in-the-blank version and a completed version

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This item is a functions review activity to be used at the end of a functions unit in Algebra 2. Students look at graphs and try to match the different characteristics to each graph. Some graphs may look different but may have some of the same

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This packet contains over 130 review problems for a trigonometry final exam or year end review. This could be given as an at-home assignment or students may also work on it in class.
Topics for the review problems include (but are not limited

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This packet contains over 380 bell ringer problems (AKA do nows or warm ups) for an entire Trigonometry course. Problems are broken up into sets of six (there are a few that are sets of three, but only a few) that can be done on a daily basis. Also

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This packet includes many items you can use to teach a unit on factoring. You will find everything from the notes all the way to the test. Some of these items you can find for purchase separately here at my store on TpT. However, you get them all

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This is an activity the gets students using their hands to manipulate factoring squares to complete a puzzle. They cut out each square and line up the polynomial to its factored form. Some polynomials have answers and some do not (they go around the

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Included in this product are 3 factoring quizzes and an end of chapter factoring test. Factoring methods covered by the assessments include: Greatest Common Factor, Difference of Two Squares, Sum of Two Cubes, Difference of Two Cubes, and Trial

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This PowerPoint presentation shows the differences between qualitative and quantitative data. Also, the presentation shows the four levels of data measurement: nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio. Examples are shown for each.

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This product includes Powerpoints and corresponding guided student notes for an Algebra 2 course. Units include Algebra Review, Factoring, Rational Expressions, Radicals, Functions, Solving Equations, and Statistics.
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Even though I am a high school math teacher, I have several different versions of this game. This is one I use at the very beginning of a course as a quick activity or when I need to fill a few minutes with something light and fun. This would be

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This "Whammy"-style review game is meant to be a review game for a chapter on solving equations in an Algebra 2 class (or other math class). The topics include:
* Absolute Value Equations
* Absolute Value Inequalities
* Quadratics
* Rational

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This is a "fun fact" worksheet that can serve as practice for your students using the factoring technique known as Difference of Two Squares.
This "fun fact" worksheet is in the same mold as the common riddle worksheets you have most likely seen.

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I have taught high school math since 2004. I have taught Geometry, Trignometry, Statistics, AP Statistics, and Algebra II. Prior to teaching, I was a Mechanical Engineer for 7 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I know I have gotten the most satisfaction from my education when I have given it my all and done my best. Sometimes that means stretching yourself and getting out of your comfort zone. I expect my students to do the same so they can feel that same sense of accomplishment.

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I have received several creative teaching grants.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Grove City College in Grove City, PA.

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