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#### Carbon Cycle Poster

Humans can have a big impact on the environment, specifically the influence they have on the carbon cycle. First, the class will define and discuss each of the earths four major spheres, the biosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and...

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#### Linear Equations and Inequalities

Taxi! Taxi! A bike taxi business seems the perfect solution for making money and getting exercise. Learners use their knowledge of representing real-word quantities with variables and constructing simple equations and inequalities to...

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#### Party Planning

Introduce simple algebraic equations using real-world activities. Let small groups work through a party-planning activity. In light of this information, the group needs to decide how many kids can be invited to the party or how many...

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#### Diapers

Most of your students probably think a car or college is the first big expense their parents could help them with, but as it turns out these kids have been costing their parents for their whole lives. Have they ever considered how much...

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#### Solving and Graphing Inequalities - Grade Seven

Number lines, inequalities, graphing: sounds like fun in the making! Seventh grade math sleuths solve inequalities and represent the solutions on a number line. This is a complete and well-organized instructional activity that includes...

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#### One-Step Inequality with multiplication and division example

Sal expounds on the concept of solving and graphing one-step inequalities. He solves a two practice problems along the way. If shown in conjunction with Khan's other inequality video lesson, they would make a great lesson on inequalities.

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#### One-Step Inequality involving addition

Practice problems are great ways to engage your charges with a new concept. Sal solves for x + 8 less than or equal to 6 and then graphs the solution. First, he subtracts 8 from both sides, and then he subtracts 6. Next, he draws a...

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#### Multi-Step Inequalities

Complete an algebra lesson with this video on evaluating and solving multi-step inequalities. Sal Khan completes several practice problems, explaining his process while exemplifying strong teaching skills. Each problem is different and...

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#### Solving Equations Using the Story of x (Part 1)

Tell the story of solving an equation. With words and symbols, viewers learn to describe what is happening in an equation. Using that description, pupils reverse the story to arrive at the value of x that makes the equation true.

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#### Forming and Solving Equations

Age becomes a problem. Learners see how to set up and solve age word problems. The video goes through two examples of word problems relating the ages of people. The first example uses the relationship between the ages of two people and...

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#### Literal Equation Application - Perimeter of a Rectangle (Example)

Determine the dimensions of a rectangle knowing the perimeter. Pupils find a method to determine the length of a rectangle given the perimeter. The video shows how to solve the perimeter equation for the length. Scholars see how to use...

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#### Find an Age Given An Average Age and Relationship Between Two Ages (Example)

Apply solving linear equations to averages. A helpful video presents an average age problem given two unknown ages. Pupils learn how to set up the problem from the given information. They see how the equation is reduced to a two-step...

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#### Forming Equations Involving Perimeter or Angles

Use perimeter and angle measures to practice solving equations. Pupils see two geometry applications of solving two-step equations. The video works one example involving perimeter and two with the sum of angles in a quadrilateral and a...

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#### Lights at Night Webquest

Help learners find ways to become more efficient energy consumers. To start, individuals research how different countries address energy efficiency and then analyze their own carbon footprint. They use their research to identify ways to...

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#### Equality Explorer: Two Variables

Solving equations in two variables can't be that much harder than solving equations in one variable. Using a balance interactive, scholars solve equations in two variables. They apply inverse operations by adding -x, -y, or -1 as...

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#### Equality Explorer

Find the right balance between concrete and abstract thinking. After using interactive balances to explore inverse operations, learners solve multi-step equations with variables on both sides. Of course, they can still use the...

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#### Equality Explorer: Basics

Not all interactives are made equal. Scholars use an interactive balance to explore the concept of equality. They place different objects on balances to determine the number of each object needed to balance the scale.

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#### By the Numbers: Mathematical Connections in Newspapers for Middle-Grade Students

A cross-curricular resource teaches and reinforces mathematical concepts with several activities that use parts of a newspaper. Scholars use scavenger hunts to find the different ways math is used in the paper along with using data...

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#### Intermediate Algebra

Algebra concepts are all wrapped up in one nice bow. The resource combines all the concepts typically found in Algebra I and Algebra II courses in one eBook. The topics covered begin with solving linear equations and move to linear...

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#### Prealgebra

Pre-algebra—all wrapped up in one place. The eBook contains everything needed to teach a typical Pre-Algebra course. Concepts in the course build upon previously learned concepts, allowing mathematicians to see the connections between...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 7th Grade Math – Claim 4

Build the model right out of the box. A few sample items show teachers how Smarter Balanced assessments may approach Claim 4, modeling and data analysis. Pupils use their skills to create equations or expressions to model the situation...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 7th Grade Math – Claim 3

Does the explanation make sense? Sample items highlight claim three, communicating reason, in the Smarter Balanced assessments. Teachers use the 16 items to help show pupils the importance of communication and reasoning within...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 7th Grade Math – Claim 2

To solve or not to solve that is the problem. A slide presentation of 17 items show different ways that Smarter Balanced assesses Claim 2, problem solving. The items span from sixth and seventh grade concepts to highlight the...

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#### Forming and Solving Equations

What does geometry have to do with geometry? The portion of a review series for a math assessment highlights how equation formation is assessed on the test. Pupils use geometric concepts such as perimeter and the sum of the measures of...