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Deborah Porter

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Posted: Jul 14, 1997 5:42 AM
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Hi, I'm Debbie Porter I have fun working with the students on understanding
patterns. Working with them and having them attact problems and be
successful was a wonderful experience for both of us.

As a new teacher I am interested in getting ideas how to have my students
understand word problems. I teach 6th and 7th grades. This past school
year I had a difficult time working with my students preparing them for the
SAT9. The most difficult section of the test I feel was the open ended
questions where the students had to explain how they arrived at their
answer. This year I want to put particular energy into this area so that
my students will be more successful.







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