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#### Scale City — Proportional Relationships in the Real World

Strive to determine your stride. Scholars first view an informative video on the Kentucky Horse Park and the 28-feet stride of the Man o' War. They then work together in groups to find the length of their own strides by using the number...

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#### Scale City — Inverse Proportions and Shadows in the Real World

Bring the resource out from the shadows. Viewers of a short video learn about drive-in theaters and how operators project images onto a large screen. They then perform an experiment to determine the relationship between the distance of...

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#### Speed, Distance, Time

Speed up your learning of distance, rate, and time problems. Future mathematicians view a video to review how to determine distance, rate, or time, given the other two quantities. They watch as the narrator works through several examples.

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#### Crazy Clocks

While a stopped clock is right twice a day, a fast or slow clock confuses people for weeks. Scholars observe a clock running slow and must correct it before observing a clock running fast and working it backward. Finally, a multi-step...

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#### Gym

Math requires strength training, too. Scholars consider three different pricing systems for a gym. Given several scenarios, they determine which gym would be cheaper and find how many visits it takes for the costs to be equal.

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#### Real-Life Math | Woodworker

Woodworking is math-intensive work. Viewing a video of a woodworker explaining how he applies math in his craft sets the stage for a crafty lesson. Pupils use ratios and proportions to create scale drawings of objects.

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#### Writing Equations in Two Variables

Get two variables for the price of one equation. An informative YouTube video first focuses on how to distinguish between independent and dependent variables. It then goes on to show how to determine if a given ordered pair is a solution...

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#### Energy Resources and Systems

We've talked a lot about energy, but where does energy come from? Pupils brainstorm different energy sources through a class discussion to kick off the 14th installment of a 25-part Energy Systems and Solutions unit. They then research...

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#### Energy Perspectives

The data says ... the resource is great to use. Using Microsoft Excel, pupils analyze data from the US Department of Energy in the fifth lesson of a 25-part Energy Systems and Solutions unit. Each group looks at a different data set and...

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#### Function Machine

Machines can be so helpful sometimes. A simple interactive has learners enter input values for a function machine and observe output values. These values help determine a function that represents the input-output relationship in the...

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#### Data Flyer

Fit functions to data by using an interactive app. Individuals plot a scatter plot and then fit lines of best fit and regression curves to the data. The use of an app gives learners the opportunity to try out different functions to see...

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#### Whole Number Cruncher

Time to crunch the numbers! Young scholars use an interactive number cruncher to practice operations with whole numbers. They input a number and watch as the number cruncher produces the output and then use the data pairs to determine a...

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#### Linear Function Machine

What goes in must come out! Learners play with a function machine to determine the correct function. They enter input values and watch as the machine produces the output.

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#### Expressions, Equations, Formulae and Identities

Get a grasp on how to use variables in algebra. The resource provides a description of the algebraic structures that use variables. The video introduces expressions, equations, formulas, and identities.

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#### Input-Output Tables for Function Rules

Make the abstract a bit more concrete with an interactive that asks learners to slide an input value through a function to determine the output. Changing the slope and y-intercept allows them to see the how the output values change.

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#### Input-Output Tables for Function Rules

How does changing a graph affect the function? Learners watch the changing input-output table as they adjust the location of the line graph. Questions prompt them to complete a table of values and determine the function rule.

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#### Function Rules for Input-Output Tables: Whats My Rule?

What's the rule that makes it true? A virtual function machine generates output values as learners submit the input values. Their job is to analyze the inputs and outputs for a pattern and write a function rule.

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#### Function Rules for Input-Output Tables: Function Machine 2

Model function operations using a function machine. An interactive lesson has learners determine the patterns of a double function machine. They use the patterns to write functions and make connections between the inputs and outputs.

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#### Function Rules for Input-Output Tables: Function Machine 1

Challenge your classes to find the pattern of a double function machine. After recording the outputs of both machines, learners identify the pattern and the corresponding function. Both patterns involve adding/subtracting a constant.

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#### Function Rules for Input-Output Tables: Function Machine!

Watch as a function machine converts an input to an output. Learners determine the work applied by the function machine to write a function rule. Questions accompany the function machine animation to guide individuals to conclusions.

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#### Function Rules for Input-Output Tables: Tickets at an Arcade

This is the ticket to learning about function rules! Using online manipulatives, scholars build a table of values and then answer questions about the related function. They examine the relationship between the input and output values and...

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#### Function Rules for Input-Output Tables: Soda Sugar Function Table

Examine the relationship between the input and output variables in a table of values. As learners build an input-output table using online manipulatives, they begin to identify patterns. They answer questions about these patterns and...

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#### End-of-Module Assessment Task: Grade 6 Math Module 4

Finish out the module with a bang. The last installment of a 36-part module is an end-of-module assessment task. Test takers set up equations to represent relationships and solve problems in an assortment of contexts.

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#### Multi-Step Problems in the Real World

Connect graphs, equations, and tables for real-world problems. Young mathematicians analyze relationships to identify independent and dependent variables. These identifications help create tables and graphs for each situation.