# The Secondary Classroom IS Fun too

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 “Good teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths theater.” ― Gail Godwin

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Linear Programming can be quite a difficult task for many students! So why not break it down and create a memorable experience with the topic. In this foldable, the topic of linear programming is broken into pieces (Vocabulary, Sketching, Vertices,
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5 half sheets of interactive notes for each conic sections! Provides spaces for explanations and provides the ability to plan the notes that will be in your children's notebooks! Really helps guide the conversations and provides something for the
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-Through this race, students will work at their own pace to pick a polynomial to solve through either synthetic or long division. On a different card, they must flip the polynomial to find their correctly divided solution. -This activity can be
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Guided notes for various forms of Non Right Triangles -Law of Cosine -Law of Sine -Heron's Formula -Law of Sine for Area Perfect notes for the Interactive Notebook! Solutions to handouts are included on my blog. Blog Post about Use / Solutions:
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Have your children write equations for circles provided a variety of information! Given the equation, can your students match the graph and provide other information about the circle such as its' area, circumference, center, radius? Given the area
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Why give your children a worksheet to solve quadratics when you can have them race around the room while solving quadratics in the process? These quadratics are each asked to be solved using the Quadratic Formula and answers will included Rational,
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Stations mazes are one of my favorite activities because they get students up and moving around the room. Sure, there might be some moaning and groaning but at the end of the day, they'll appreciate not sitting and doing a worksheet. Station Mazes
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Exponents can be tricky, especially when you throw out the concept of an imaginary number! Why not make evaluating powers of i fun by discussing the concept in terms of iCECREAM! This brief notebook page (two per one piece of paper to be
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Stations mazes are one of my favorite activities because they get students up and moving around the room. Sure, there might be some moaning and groaning but at the end of the day, they'll appreciate not sitting and doing a worksheet. Station Mazes
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In this partner worksheet, students will work individually and then, together, verify their answers. Each student will work on one column of 10 problems. When finished, students will compare their answers. Even though the problems in each column are
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Conditional Statements can be tricky! So why not embed some natural practice for the class or even, small groups? In this activity, students will answer the question of "Who Has?" by properly identifying the conditional statement for the question.
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One of the most difficult topics for my students has been proving trigonometric identities. At the end of the unit, it's incredibly necessary to allow students sufficient time to grapple through the "puzzle" of verifying an identity. Included, you
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Just in time for PI Day! I don't know about you but we're in the middle of our Circle Chapter during pi day. To help prep the classroom, I needed some decoration to further celebrate the greatness of pi day! Get your students practicing their
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This jigsaw puzzle was designed to help students with converting between rectangular and polar form of a coordinate , identifying another polar coordinate , and graphing polar coordinates. The activity is designed as a puzzle sort and match.
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Given three types of information, you too can write the equations of quadratics! This foldable has already included the steps and an example to cover when given a graph, points, factors, to write the equation of a quadratic! Solutions included!
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This Matching / Cut & Paste activity is designed to be utilized after students have been introduced to proving trigonometric equations using sine/cosine conversion and Pythagorean identities. This set of topics is typically introduced in Algebra
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Getting students up and moving out of their seat is always a great idea! In this Mad Lib activity, students will practice simplifying trigonometric expressions using identities (Pythagorean / Sum / Difference / Double / Half) in order to complete
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Reciprocal Functions are a great introductory topic with graphing rational functions. This is typically where I start out with my Rational Unit. With Reciprocal Functions, we discuss writing equations and graphing the functions. This set of cards
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This jigsaw puzzle was designed to help students with evaluating expressions dealing with inverse trig functions (including composition). The activity is designed as a puzzle sort and match. Students are given 32 puzzle pieces to match in sets of
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Stations mazes are one of my favorite activities because they get students up and moving around the room. Sure, there might be some moaning and groaning but at the end of the day, they'll appreciate not sitting and doing a worksheet. Station Mazes
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Currently in my second year teaching, I have found a love for the secondary classroom. It has been my mission to bring the fun of other subjects/grades into a high school level course, while still having rigor and high expectations. Part of this mission has been documenting my ideas/projects/thoughts/reflections/lessons/etc. in a blog.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Fun yet Serious. Organized yet ready to answer the far out questions. Tough but Fair. Realistic. Not afraid to try new things and new methods.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

It is an honor to teach the incredible young minds that I have had the privilege to have in my classroom.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from THE Ohio State University with my Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Master's in Education.

http://secondarymissrudolph.blogspot.com