TiffanyS
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Integer golf is a fun activity for students to play and serves as an effective way to practice integer operations. There are 9 holes (tasks) that students must complete. See the preview document for directions (plus rules to another integer game).
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Students will enjoy these word problems as Halloween approaches! These problems center around Least Common Multiples and Greatest Common Factors.
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This surface area lab helps students understand how we find the surface area of rectangular prisms.
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This powerpoint is an AMAZING way to engage learners and give them visuals that relate to slope. It goes through finding the type of slope as well as the exact slope.
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This 2-page worksheet has word problems that have 2 of the three forms of numbers in each problem. This helps students practice converting between the different forms and recognizing how they are all related.
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Percent Center walks students through investigation, practice, real world practice, and complements of percents. SEE FRACTION CENTER to go with the percent center :)
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Very informative 28-slide powerpoint presentation that introduces the algebraic properties and gives students a chance to practice!
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This guided practice worksheet gives students step-by-step instructions to finding missing measurements in scale drawings. Some of the questions provide drawings. Others are word problems. There are "bubbles" with arrows for students to record the
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This game is a great activity for students to explore geometry. Materials require geoboards, rubber bands for geoboards, and this scoring sheet.
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This basic Pythagorean Theorem review is a great way for students to organize their work and answers. For the last two problems, students must draw their own picture of the right triangle. This could be used as a basic review or short
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This Jeopardy powerpoint comes with sound built in and Alex Trebek talks at the beginning. The categoris are mulitplying monomials, dividing monomials, adding/subtracting polynomials, multiplying polynomials, degree and order, and multiplying
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One of the 7th grade tested indicators in Kansas requires students to be able to write an nth term expression that could be used to find the nth term in a sequence. This powerpoint includes instructions on how to write the expressions, guided
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Have students work with these spooky percent word problems for fun or as a class activity!
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PowerPoint walks students through writing expressions based upon story problems that is most effective when used prior to turning students loose on their own problems. It helps them learn how to analyze phrasing and relationships.
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Students will enjoy these fraction and decimal word problems during the Halloween season!
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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These 18 properties cards are to be printed front/back so that the answers are on the back of the cards. Students turn over a card, answer the question. If they get it correct, they can place a marker on a tic-tac-toe board. Then, it's their
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This 6-page workbook parallels making cookies with developing a theme for your school's yearbook.
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This worksheet provides guided practice on setting up proportions to solve for a missing variable from word problems.
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Use the PowerPoint to introduce problem solving skills to students. There are practice problems for each skill and then several practice problems at the end - 37 slides in all.
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Review addresses reasonable answers, simple probability and compound probability. A great review of basic probability! Appropriate for middle school.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Just finished my 6th year of teaching math at the middle school level. I have taught a combination of pre-algebra, Algebra I, and a core extension class called Math Enrichment.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love student-centered activities and I'm working every day to improve my differentiation skills.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Kansas Horizon Award Winner (1st year teachers) Shooting Star Award (district honor)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended Emporia State University in Emporia, Kansas from 2003-2007. I graduated with a BSE in middle school mathematics and journalism. I hope to start my masters in Instructional Design and Technology in the summer of 2011 :)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I think it's always important to thank the people that got you to where you are... Mary Wolfe (4th grade), Jennifer Hanson (journalism), Ryan Burrows (HS LA and Scholar's Bowl), Ron Morrill (JH math), Brock Wenciker (HS math), and my mom (JH/HS librarian). Without teachers like these, I wouldn't be half the teacher I am today.