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I have been a middle school Mathematics teacher for the past seven years. I am certified to teach Mathematics for grades 6-12. I am ready to make the switch to high school Mathematics and have an interview next week. As part of the interview, I have to teach a 10-minute lesson to the interview team, any topic. I want them to realize that I am not "merely" a good middle school teacher, but well qualified to move up in grade level. I need a killer lesson at the high school level. Does anyone out there have some great ideas? Please, share them with me; I am really looking forward to making the switch. Thanks, Joan.
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