Here are some links to different lesson plans I have created.

Unit Plan: This unit focus on one of the most important concepts in middle school, proportional reasoning. Recognizing this, Common Core

has placed a strong emphasis on this in 7th grade. This unit plan includes rationale, assessments, and lesson plans for a one week unit.

Unit Plan on Proportional Reasoning

Sweatshop Math: This is a social justice lesson plan examining the ratio of pay to cost of living in countries that employ workers in sweatshops. It uses an interactive shoe making game to illustrate what kind of obstacles works have to endure. Students use their knowledge of ratios to exam the social myth that people in poorer countries don't need high wages than the sweatshops pay due to cost of living.

Sweatshop Math

Baker's Choice: This is a math unit portfolio on linear inequalities. It is a culminating way to end a unit on optimizing money earned with various constraints. The portfolio uses a free graphing application called Desmos to create various graphs.

Baker's Choice Portfolio

Adding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Fraction: This lesson plan begins instruction on operations using rational numbers through problem solving.

Problem Solving with Rational Numbers

Exponential Functions

Students create an equation to describe an exponential relationship while folding paper.

Wrapping Function (Trig)

Students start with discovering what a radian is by watching an animation of a radius becoming a length. Then they learn how this wrapping function's range is a coordinate point on a circle.

Olympics Interdisciplinary Unit

This Unit was designed with fellow teacher candidates to include an Olympic theme and project through Physics, Spanish, Algebra 2, and Geometry.

Unit Plan: This unit focus on one of the most important concepts in middle school, proportional reasoning. Recognizing this, Common Core

has placed a strong emphasis on this in 7th grade. This unit plan includes rationale, assessments, and lesson plans for a one week unit.

Unit Plan on Proportional Reasoning

Sweatshop Math: This is a social justice lesson plan examining the ratio of pay to cost of living in countries that employ workers in sweatshops. It uses an interactive shoe making game to illustrate what kind of obstacles works have to endure. Students use their knowledge of ratios to exam the social myth that people in poorer countries don't need high wages than the sweatshops pay due to cost of living.

Sweatshop Math

Baker's Choice: This is a math unit portfolio on linear inequalities. It is a culminating way to end a unit on optimizing money earned with various constraints. The portfolio uses a free graphing application called Desmos to create various graphs.

Baker's Choice Portfolio

Adding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Fraction: This lesson plan begins instruction on operations using rational numbers through problem solving.

Problem Solving with Rational Numbers

Exponential Functions

Students create an equation to describe an exponential relationship while folding paper.

Wrapping Function (Trig)

Students start with discovering what a radian is by watching an animation of a radius becoming a length. Then they learn how this wrapping function's range is a coordinate point on a circle.

Olympics Interdisciplinary Unit

This Unit was designed with fellow teacher candidates to include an Olympic theme and project through Physics, Spanish, Algebra 2, and Geometry.