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#### Set Up a Remote Learning Schedule for Middle School

This collection provides a 2-week sample plan and a blank template for remote learning. In addition, we provide ideas to get you started in your planning for remote instruction.

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#### Algebra I Unit 4: Descriptive Statistics

Four lessons on descriptive statistics comprise the Algebra 1, Unit 4 module. The unit begins with young mathematicians learning how to calculate the mean, median, mode, range, and standard deviation of data sets. They progress to...

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#### Algebra I Unit 3: Systems of Equations

The lessons in the third unit of the Algebra 1 module examine systems of equations. Scholars begin by watching a video to learn about the standard form equation of a line. They see how to determine whether ordered pairs represent a...

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#### Algebra I Unit 2: Create and Solve Equations and Inequalties

The second unit's six lessons in the Algebra 1 series focus on teaching young mathematicians how to create and solve equations and inequalities. First, learners practice three different methods to determine what values make an algebraic...

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#### Algebra I Unit 1: Analyze Graphs and Expressions

Algebra I, Unit 1 Flipped-Mastery Classroom Website offers six resources for those enrolled in Algebra I. Videos show viewers how to create and analyze graphs,
learn how to analyze graphs that model situations, and how to apply...

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#### Direct and Inverse Variation

The idea of direct variation sounds too formal to be easy. Actually, it's a simple idea with a simple formula. The constant of proportionality is another fancy name for a simple multiplication factor. This collection has several videos,...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Curriculum

The Algebra 1 curriculum set is designed to help scholars develop fluency in
writing, interpreting, and solving linear equations, The 30 lessons in Module 1 are divided into four topics: An Introduction to Functions, the Structure of...

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#### Mathematics Vision Project: Interactive Applets

Ready, set, go! The Mathematics Vision Project provides a collection of 10 Interactive Applets that follow the progression of learning—to practice, develop, and solidify understanding. The interactives use engaging materials that include...

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#### Utah Middle School Math Project: 8th Grade

Prepare eighth graders for high school math and science classes with a collection of 10 lessons that help tweens make the transition from acquiring basic knowledge to applying it in more complex situations. These Common Core-aligned...

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#### Everest Education Expedition

Young explorers investigate the biodiversity of Mount Everest and the Himalayan Mountain ecosystem through hands-on and interactive activities. They examine the effects of climate change on the mountains, analyze maps, take a virtual...

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#### Mathematics Assessment Project: Tests for College & Career Readiness - High School

A collection of six tests are designed to assess the College and Career Readiness of high school algebra I, algebra II, geometry, and statics and probability learners. Each assessment includes the test form and scoring and comes in 40,...

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#### Mathematics Assessment Project: Tests for Middle School

Good assessments are hard to find—assessments that address content standards and fit into standard class periods. The six assessments in the middle school collection are 80-minute forms, divided into two 40-minute sections, and are...

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#### High School Balanced Packet 1 Assessment Tasks

Are you looking for assessment tasks for Algebra 1, Algebra 2, or geometry? Check out this collection of 20 assessment tasks designed for high schoolers. Problems are presented with an open-ended format allowing students to use multiple...

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#### High School Balanced Packet 2 Assessment Tasks

Good assessments can be hard to find and difficult to formulate. Designed as a collection of mathematics assessment tasks, the 20 resources in this packet can also be used as lesson openers, a review, or extra practice. The open-ended...

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#### Practical Money Skills: Lessons for Special Needs Students

Help special needs learners develop the money management skills they need to prepare for living on their own. The collection of 10 lessons cover budgeting, shopping, banking, saving and investing, understanding credit, and much more....

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#### Let's Learn About Spatial Viz!

One lesson and four related activities make up a collection of resources that focus on spatial visualization. The module begins with a diagnostic assessment that tests spatial visualization skills. Learners then investigate one-axis and...

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#### Math Antics Percents Video Lessons

A collection of seven videos teaches middle schoolers how to understand percentages and models how percentages are used in math and in life. The big idea here is that percentage (%) equals (=) a fraction of a whole number. Viewers learn...

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#### Math Antics Geometry Video Lessons

The point of this collection of 12 videos is to introduce learners to three basic parts of geometry—points, lines, and planes. The presenter provides definitions, shows how to classify shapes, provides examples, and shows how to use...

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#### Making Finance Personal: Project-Based Learning for the Personal Finance Classroom

Cash in on a collection of lessons that use a project-based learning approach to teach high schoolers how to manage their personal finances. The 11 lessons include detailed instructions, as well as printable forms, and rubrics for the...

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#### Katrina's Classroom: Teaching Money Skills for Life

Imagine a hurricane teaching high schoolers about financial preparedness! The four lessons in this collection are based on the personal stories in Katrina’s Classroom: Financial Lessons from a Hurricane video. Topics include goal...

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#### Exponential Bliss

Well, maybe. Check out different resources all pertaining to exponent rules. The main focus is on integer exponents, but the last resources in the collection include rational exponents and a brief connection to radicals. No solving...

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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 4: Inferences and Conclusions from Data

The Algebra II Module 4 collection focuses on four topics: Probability, Modeling Data Distributions, Drawing Conclusions Using Data from a Sample, and Drawing Conclusions Using Data from an Experiment. Students show what they have...

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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 3: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

The 35 lessons in the Algebra II Module 3 collection are divided into five topics: Real Numbers, Logarithms, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and their Graphs, Using Logarithms in Modeling situations, and Geometric series and...

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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 1: Polynomial, Rational, and Radical Relationships

The 42 lessons in the Algebra II Module 1 collection are divided into four topics: Polynomials--From Base Ten to Base X, Factoring-- Its Use and Its Obstacles, Solving and Applying Equations—Polynomial, Rational and Radical, and A...

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#### Number and Quantity: High School Common Core Math

This collection has a resource for each standard in the Number and Quantity selection of the CCSS. While several of the resources cover multiple standards, the focus standard is listed in the notes section of each resource for easy viewing.

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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 1: Polynomial, Rational, and Radical Relationships

The 42 lessons in the Algebra II Module 1 collection enable students to connect polynomial arithmetic to computations with whole numbers and integers. Application and modeling problems include both real world and purely mathematical...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 5: A Synthesis of Modeling with Equations and Functions

The 10 lessons in the Algebra 1 Module 5 collection require students to synthesize what they have learned about functions. The module focuses on two topics: Elements of Modeling and Completing the Modeling Cycle. Assessments, exit...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 4: Polynomial and Quadratic Expressions, Equations, and Functions

The 26 lessons in the Algebra 1, Module 4 collection teach students how to use polynomial functions, as well as quadratic functions, square toot functions and cube root functions, to graph and interpret functions. All materials are copy...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 3: Linear and Exponential Functions

The Algebra 1, Module 3 collection focuses on linear and exponential functions. The module's 26 lessons are divided into four topics: Linear and Exponential Sequences, Functions and Their Graphs, Transformations of Functions, and Using...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 2: Descriptive Statistics

The Algebra 1, Module 2 collection is divided into four topics: Shapes and Centers of Distributions, Describing Variability and Comparing Distributions, Categorical Data on Two Variables, and Numerical Data on Two Variables. The 22...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 1: Relationships Between Quantities and Reasoning with Equations and Their Graphs

The Algebra 1, Module 1 collection is designed to help students develop fluency in writing, interpreting, and solving linear equations The 30 lessons are divided into four topics: An Introduction to Functions , the Structure of...

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#### EngageNY Geometry Module 4: Connecting Algebra and Geometry Through Coordinates

Teach young mathematicians how to use coordinate geometry to program a robot that is bound in the room in which it sits . Help comes in the form of the 15 lessons in the Module 4: Connecting Algebra and Geometry through Coordinates...

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#### EngageNY Geometry Module 3: Extending to Three Dimensions

Building on the understanding of congruence studied in Module 1 and on similarity studied in Module 2, the 14 lessons in the Module 3 collection focus on developing a bridge from geometric measurement in two dimensions to understanding...

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#### EngageNY Geometry Module 2: Similarity, Proof, and Trigonometry

The Geometry Module 2: Similarity, Proof, and Trigonometry collection includes 36 lessons that are divided into five topics: Scale Drawings, Dilations, Similarity and Dilations, Applying Similarity to Right Triangles, and Trigonometry....

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#### EngageNY Geometry Module 1: Congruence, Proof, and Constructions

The 36 lessons in the Geometry Module 1 collection address transformations in teaching geometry brought on by Common Core. The focus here is on transformations and the relationships between transformations and congruence. Teacher...

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#### Statistics Fun: Sample Size

How calculating! Viewers of a six-video collection learn how to solve for sample size when the confidence, error, and z score are known. Other videos discuss standard deviation, margin of error, and proportion. The tutorials also use...

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#### Statistics Fun: How to Calculate Permutations and Combinations

A four-video tutorial uses virtual manipulatives to clarify the meaning of permutations, combinations, and factorials. The narrator uses digital tools to show substitution into the permutation and combination formula collection, as well...

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#### Statistics Fun: Standard Deviation

Designed for statistics classes, a seven-video tutorial collection models how to calculate standard deviation and variance, explains degrees of freedom, how to solve standard deviation and variance by hand or by using Excel, and how to...

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#### Statistics Fun: Probability

A six-video collection hands viewers the key to understanding conditional probability. It's all in the context of the problem presented! Marbles, dice, Venn diagrams, and a tree diagram show how to calculate conditional probability, how...

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#### Grade 8, Claim 2 & 4: Problem Solving & Communication Reasoning Supports

Prepare eighth-graders for the Smarter Balanced Assessment with a small but powerful collection of three resources comprised of teacher and student-friendly slides that review key concepts in the eighth grade standards. Claim 2 focuses...

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#### Grade 8, Claim 1: Concepts and Procedures Item Slide Shows

Ten resources make up a collection of student and teacher-friendly slides that prepare eighth graders for the Smarter Balance assessment. Learners review rational and irrational numbers, convert repeating decimals to fractions, as well...

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#### Grade 9-12, Claim 2 & 4: Problem Solving & Communication Reasoning Supports

Small but mighty, a collection of three resources features presentation slides that prepare high schoolers for the Smarter Balanced assessment. Claim 2 features problem solving questions drawn from all content areas. Claim 3 focuses on...

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#### Real-World Math from KQED's The Lowdown

Middle schoolers explore math concepts like percentages, probability, and statistics in new and inventive ways with a collection of lessons that use videos, graphs, and activities to help them understand issues like climate change,...

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#### End of Year Activities 6-12

Use this collection of digital and print resources to wrap up the school year. Activites include resources to use in the virtual classroom!

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 3: Similarity

The concept of similarity is the focus of a module designed to boost eighth grader's math skills. Scholars examine the Fundamental Theorem of Similarity, dilations, and the Pythagorean Theorem. The module consists of 14 lessons and two...

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 4: Linear Equations

A 31-lesson unit boosts eighth-graders' math skills, specifically linear equations. By way of direct instruction, guided practice, collaborative learning opportunities, and independent practice, mathematicians write and solve linear...

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 5: Examples of Functions from Geometry

A collection of 11 lessons boost eighth-graders' knowledge of geometric functions. Scholars delve deep into the concept of a function—the definition, examples, graphing and comparing. Learners explore the volume of cubes and cylinders....

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 6: Linear Functions

Linear Functions are the topic of a 16-part math module designed for eighth-graders. Fourteen lessons require mathematicians to work closely with linear functions, numerical data, linear and nonlinear models, and bivariate categorical...

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 7: Introduction to Irrational Numbers Using Geometry

Eighth-graders use knowledge of geometry to examine irrational numbers in a 25-part math module. Included are twenty-three lessons that offer direct instruction, guided and independent practice, as well as opportunities for collaborative...

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 2: The Concept of Congruence

Eighth graders delve deep into the concept of congruence with a 16-lesson math module. Lessons plans offer guided practice, inquiry-based learning opportunities, and independent practice. A mid-module assessment gauges progress while an...

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#### Back to Math

Enjoy bringing scholars into the math classroom with a collection of back-to-school ice breakers and activities. Also included are jumbo packs of worksheets and lesson plan ideas.

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 1: Integer Exponents and Scientific Notation

When it comes to teaching eighth graders about exponents, this comprehensive 13-lesson series covers all the bases. From proving the Laws of Exponents to learning about powers of ten and scientific notation, young mathematicians work to...

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#### EngageNY Geometry Module 5: Circles With and Without Coordinates

A comprehensive 21-lesson math unit challenges high schoolers to wrap their heads around the geometry of circles. Building on a prior understanding of similarity and congruence, length and area, and the properties of geometric figures,...

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#### Multiplying by Powers of Ten Worksheets

You found it! Dozens of simple worksheets allow leaners to practice multiplying by powers of ten. Each one includes an answer key.

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#### Perform Arithematic Operations on Polynomials: Common Core High School Algebra

Go back to the basics with polynomials and show your students that similar rules with adding, subtracting, multiplication, and division still apply. While some things are different (um...FOILing) learners should still remember the basic...

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#### Common Core Math: 8th Grade

Check out the Common Core with a collection that represents all the 8th grade math standards. Most resources engage multiple standards but the main one is listed on the notes section of each tab.

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#### Solve Linear Equations and Inequalities in One Variable

The one thing you need to know in algebra is how to solve for an unknown variable. Start with the basics and practice solving linear equations and inequalities. Here are a variety of lessons and worksheets to hit your content.

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#### Rewrite Rational Expressions: Common Core High School Algebra

Students may dread the fraction, but don't let them dread the rational function. Here are some lessons, videos, and worksheets to help learners practice and comprehend the idea of rational functions, and see that they already know about...

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#### Simplifying Radicals

Let's get students ready for radicals! Browse through the basics of simplifying radicals and finish with rationalizing the denominator. The collection contains videos, worksheets, lesson plans, and a quick reference sheet at the end.

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#### Statistics and Probability: High School Common Core Math

Statistically, the better the Common Core collection the better the lesson planning goes, right? Here is a collection that hits every standard represented in the Common Core Statistics and Probability section. The probability is high...

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#### Interpret the Structure of Expressions: Common Core High School Algebra

One of the foundations of Algebra is the understanding of expressions and their parts. This collection focuses on the different types of expressions and while some are specific to one type of function, others blend the general idea of...

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#### Write Expressions in Equivalent Forms to Solve Problems: Common Core High School Algebra

Once expressions are understood, students can manipulate them to their advantage to help them solve various problems. The main focus of this collection is quadratic expressions, exponential properties, and geometric series.

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#### Maker projects & 3D Shapes

The study of three dimensional objects can bring out the natural maker and builder in your students. This collection explores three dimensions through the use of maker projects, 3-D nets, and studies of area and surface area. The...

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#### Graphing Trig Functions

Going from simple trig functions to their graphs can seem like a daunting task. These resources show the steps to connect evaluating the functions to graphing them. The collection has a variety of resource types for you to explore.

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#### Perform Arithmetic Operations with Complex Numbers: High School Math Common Core

Imagine a world where all the numbers live together harmoniously. Here you have it! Check out these resources that introduce the concept of an imaginary number, go through the operations, and model how to utilize the conjugate.

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#### Functions: High School Common Core Math

The high school math student should function as well as this collection does. Every standard in the Common Core Functions guide is covered with such resources as lesson plans, worksheets, and videos. Use what you need and put the fun...

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#### Use Nets to Represent Three-Dimensional Figures and Find Surface Area (6.G.A.4)

The nine resources in this collection model how to explore surface area with different shapes and how to use nets to help visualize these shapes. The last two videos in the series are application-based and test the skills developed by...

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#### Develop Probability Models (7.SP.C.7)

Probability is a fun topic to introduce to middle schoolers. Develop your learners understanding by introducing visual models to help explain and calculate the correct probability of different scenarios.

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#### Know and Use the Formulas for Area and Circumference of a Circle (7.G.B.4)

Practice with the formulas for circumference and area of a circle. Videos each work with a specific area and the last video challenges them to work backwards when given the area.

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#### Solve Ratio Problems Using Tables and the Coordinate Plane (6.RP.A.3d)

The ratio is a great skill to teach young scholars because it can solve a variety of problems. See how ratios are solved through different methods in each of the following videos brought to you by LearnZillion.

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#### Measurement: Distance Relations

Never miss a centimeter with a set of measurement lessons and activities, focusing on area and perimeter. From practice sheets to collaborative games, your high schoolers will love geometry!

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#### Getting into Trig

Starting with right triangles (SOH-CAH-TOA) and working up to the concept of radians, this collection introduces students to trigonometric ratios and supports them in learning to evaluate trigonometric functions.

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#### Autumn in High School

Why do days grow shorter in the fall? Why do the shorter days cause leaves to change color and fall from trees? What does Shakespeare's Sonnet 73 have to do with any of this? No matter the subject area, you'll find lessons to engage...

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#### Middle School Fall Resources

Seasons come, and seasons go—but why? And how? Middle schoolers learn more about the fall season with a collection of earth science resources, social studies lessons, and writing assignments. Start the school year off with a rigorous...

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#### Mean, Median, and Mode with CK-12 PLIX

Help middle schoolers find meaning in measures of central tendency with a collection of interactive math resources. Offering real-world contexts for investigating the mean, median, and mode of data sets, these digital activities make...

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#### Consumer Math

Comprehensive lesson plans on everyday use of consumer math for students in 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.

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#### Mean, Medium, Mode, and Range

Here you'll find a collection equipped to reinforce and enhance classroom instruction of mean, median, mode, and range. Printables, presentations, a foldable, a contest, and a variety of activities offer an assortment of learning...

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#### Graphing Rational Functions

With the many steps involved in graphing rational functions, your learners may need a little extra help before they get the hang of it. Here are some supplement notes and practice problems to support your class as they investigate this...

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#### Sequences and Series

Dive into the patterns of algebra with an exploration of sequences and series. Here is a collection of worksheets and videos that supports young mathematicians as they learn about both arithmetic and geometric patterns.

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#### Stop FOILing Around!

Here is a nice set of helpful factoring resources for you to utilize in your classroom. Begin with a lesson and worksheet on the FOIL method. The resources then range from introductory binomials to more challenging trinomials. Pick and...

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#### Order of Operations

Here is a complete unit for teaching the order of operations. Starting with a presentation or student-led Internet activity (depending on the resources available), students then complete a group activity, followed by some independent...

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#### Quadratic Functions

Here is a collection that not just teaches parabolas, but allows for exploration of the quadratic function to model realistic scenarios. Students are guided through videos, DESMOS activities, and practice problems to explore the topic.

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#### Long Division

Solve using long division; that is, long division with or without remainders, and don't forget about decimals! This collection of images, anchor charts, videos, lesson plans, worksheets, and activities has got you covered to support your...

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#### Teaching Children with Autism—Content Area Resources

Browse a collection designed to meet the needs of scholars with autism in kindergarten through 12th grade. Here, you'll find a variety of resources—lesson plans, printables, activities, worksheets, and an app—spanning a range of content...

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#### Polynomial Expressions

Algebra 1 is the first exposure to polynomial operations so let's get it right! Here are some resources that cover the operations such as factoring out a monomial, combining like terms, and FOILing. This collection can also be used as a...

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#### Solve Systems of Equations Using Matrices: Common Core High School Algebra

There's more than one way to solve a system by using matrices. These two standards address how to represent a system as a matrices and then to find the inverse if its exists. The collection includes lessons and practice for your students...

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#### Solve Quadratic Equations in One Variable.

Looking at the CCSS HSA.REI.B.4, there are many ways to solve a quadratic equation. The collection addresses all the different options and provides a wide variety of practice problems to give to your learners.

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#### Solve Systems of Equations: Common Core High School Algebra

With many ways to solve a system, there is a method for everyone. This collection has the three methods of substitution, elimination, and graphing while finishing with solving linear/quadratic systems.

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#### Extend the Properties of Exponents to Rational Exponents: Common Core High School Math

The exponent rules strike again! Here are some videos and resources to restore the rules and to practice with different types of exponents, including rational exponents. The standard finishes with simplifying radicals and tying the...

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#### Understand the Relationship Between Zeros and Factors of Polynomials: Common Core High School Algebra

In order to graph a polynomial, students need to find the factors. This resource starts with the Remainder Theorem and then examines the factors in relationship to the graph. Resources also look at multiplicities and finishes with...

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#### Use Properties of Rational and Irrational Numbers: High School Math Common Core

Don't be irrational when working rationals. Here are some resources that explore the difference between the two categories of numbers. Included are some good thinking questions that have learners explain their reasoning.

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#### Systems of Equations and Inequalities

Starting with the basics, students discover that systems of equations are a useful skill. The collection begins with an inquiry activity to learn about how systems are created. It goes through graphing and solving algebraically, and then...

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#### Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice is the subject of a collection of materials that has young scientists watching videos, conducting experiments, and making calculations, all to investigate the scientific concepts behind the shortest day of the year in...

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#### Holly Jolly Math Worksheets

From graphing to solving world problems to finding combinations and calculating percentages, these holiday worksheets are perfect for reinforcing various skills during the weeks leading up to Christmas.

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#### Thanksgiving Math Worksheets Grades 5–8

Gobble these math worksheets up just in time for Thanksgiving. From problem solving to graphing, class members practice their math skills with a collection packed with Thanksgiving-themed worksheets.

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#### Algebra: High School Common Core Math

All Algebra, all the time! Here is a compiled list of resources that address all of the standards regarding Algebra Common Core for high school. Each resource has the main standard it addresses under the notes section of the item.

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#### Summer Math Projects

Summer learning loss can be one of the most tragic things to happen to a student's academic success, as well as cause much frustration for educators. Stop the learning loss in math with five summer projects intended for middle and high...

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#### Working with Coordinate Planes

Support math instruction with a collection highlighting the use of coordinate planes. Included are a series of videos by Virtual Math Girl—a teacher video, student video, activities, supplemental materials, and assessments.

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#### Working with Equivalent Fractions, Decimals & Percentages

Give math instruction a boost with a collection that focuses on working with equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents—brought to you by Virtual Math Girl. Here you will find a teacher video, student video, activities, supplemental...

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#### High School Math Handouts

A collection of different resources can augment any math curriculum. Sheets can be printed, posted on the wall, or emailed to students for use in the classroom.

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#### Proof That Geometry Isn't Difficult

Prove that Geometry can be challenging in a good way with a wide-ranging collection of resources on proofs. The topics focus on the main skills while young mathematicians to think outside the box.

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#### Middle School Math Handouts

Need a hand with handouts? Here are several guides that offer help where help is most needed. Full of formulas and examples, there's something in this collection for everyone.

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#### Geometry: High School Common Core Math

Geometers unite! Power through this collection that includes a resource for every standard listed in the Common Core Geometry section. Resources range from lesson plans to worksheets so there should be something for everyone in here.

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#### Exponential Functions

Once your class masters the rules of exponents, it's time for graphing. Use a collection of resources, videos, and worksheets that start with guided help simplifying expressions and finishing with full graphing problems.

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#### Algebra Math Puzzles

Need a break in the math cycle? Here are some fun math and algebra puzzles to keep your mathematicians learning, thinking, and even getting stumped a few times to encourage deeper thinking.

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#### Distance and Midpoint Formula

If your mathematicians are ever in a jam because they have forgotten a formula, use this collection to model how they can use reasoning to get the answer they need.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Loans and Expenses

A dollar saved is a dollar earned—but what about a dollar spent? Guide young financial wizards through important economic decisions in their near future.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Banking Services

Provide high schoolers with personal finance skills that they can take to the bank! A set of lessons incorporate consumer math and practical economic skills to teach learners about the best ways to build their credit scores.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Consumer Knowledge

How much do your high schooler really know about personal finance? Guide them around some common mistakes and pitfalls of the economic system with a set of helpful finance lessons.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Decisions and Goals

Equip teenagers with the knowledge they need to make well-founded and well-rounded financial decision, both now and in their economic future.

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#### Find the Area of Triangles, Quadrilaterals, and Polygons (6.G.A.1)

Before diving into the formulas for area, show where the formulas connect to the shape of the figure. The four videos look at different shapes and by decomposing them, they end up relating directly to their area formula.

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#### Outdoor Math Activities

These resources are geared towards middle schoolers set in an outdoor environment. Some of the resources don't necessarily require the outdoors, but keep with the theme and can easily be done outside seated on the benches with the sun...

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#### Pythagorean Theorem: Not All Sides are Equal

You'll find fundamentals and advanced activities focused on the Pythagorean Theorem in this collection, which was designed for high schoolers but helpful for young geometrists of all ages!

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#### Fraction Review

Here is a collection for all things fractions for pre-algebra. Go through all the operations, as well as some word problems that require the use of fraction understanding.

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#### Parent Functions and Transformations

Using parent functions, explore the different ways to move, flip, and stretch a function to a different position on the graph. Use this collection to introduce the idea, explore the rules, and practice the steps.

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#### Classifying 3D Shapes

Get help when teaching 3D shapes in Geometry by using these resources to introduce classification, practice labeling, and apply this knowledge to other types of problems.

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#### Writing Expressions and Solving Word Problems

Word problems can be a drag to middle schoolers. This collection has engaging problems and resources to encourage and show your students the correct way to approach these problems. Filled with lessons, practice problems, and webpages....

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#### Recognize and Represent Proportional Relationships (7.RP.A.2) (7.RP.A.2d)

Understand the idea of proportionality by looking at it through a graph. This series of LearnZillion videos introduces the idea of the graph and then figures out more information as the videos go on. The final video has learners answer...

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#### Rocket Quads

How high will it fly? Pairs build straw rockets and launch them at different angles and determine the height and horizontal distance of the flight path. Teams make conjectures about how the angle affects the measured distances and use...

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#### Projectile Motion and Quadratic Functions

Model the flight of a ball. Small groups collect time data for how long it takes to toss a ball between two people. The teacher leads a discussion about projectile motion to get the class thinking about how to calculate the equation of...

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#### Newspaper in the Classroom

Newspapers aren't only for reading—they're for learning skills, too! A journalism unit provides three lessons each for primary, intermediate, and secondary grades. Lessons include objectives, materials, vocabulary, and procedure, and...

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#### Sports Physiology and Statistics

If I want to build up my heart, where should I start? Science scholars use statistics in a sports physiology setting during an insightful experiment. Groups measure resting and active heart rates and develop a scatter plot that shows the...

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#### Stagecraft

The house lights dim, the curtain parts, lights slowly come up, revealing the stage. Before the actors appear, before a word is spoken, the audience is drawn in by the lighting, by the colors, by lines of the set, by the props, and...

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#### TASC Transition Curriculum: Workshop 13

The six instructional shifts in this workshop definitely move math and science teachers' understanding of instruction. The workshop, 13th out of a series of 15, asks participants to examine sample tests and to look at how the six...

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#### TASC Transition Curriculum: Workshop 11

You'll C-E-R a difference in classroom achievement after using a helpful instructional activity. Designed for economics, civics, government, and US history classes, participants practice using the CER model to craft arguments about...

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#### TASC Transition Curriculum: Workshop 4

Why is it important to use precise language? Participants explore this question in the fourth lesson in a series of 15 on effective instruction. Perfect for all content areas, the lesson promotes appropriate language choice through close...

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#### Airplanes and Airstrips Part 1

Line up to the airstrip. Using interactive graphing software, pupils determine the line that will allow a plane to safely land on a runway. Class members create their own landing strips and share with classmates to find the equation of...

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#### Airplanes and Airstrips Part 2

Table the decision to land. Pupils form flight crews by matching up different representations of linear equations. Given a set of coordinates for an airstrip, the crews determine the equation of the line that will position their planes...

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#### Discovering Gallon Man—Measuring Up

Isn't being pint-sized just one-eighth of a gallon? The class investigates the relationships between the different customary units of liquid measurement in lesson five of a seven-part unit to develop various skills. Using the...

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#### The Science of Six Degrees of Separation

The concept of everyone on earth being separated by only six degrees of social connections originated more than 100 years ago. Connect the dots using an installment from an engaging video series that takes a look at various social...

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#### Significant Figures | Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Sig Figs

Selecting the proper measurement requires thought; for example, an odometer shouldn't be used to measure millimeters due to a lack of preciseness. An informative video from a Socratica playlist explains the importance of significant...

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#### How Much Proof Do We Need?

Are two angles enough? Given two triangles, the class determines through the definition of similarity and transformations whether the two triangles are similar. Provided with pairs of triangles and measurements, small groups find out...

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#### How Long Did You Study?

What will a histogram reveal about study times? Class members develop an understanding of histograms including their advantages and disadvantages. Using data from multiple teachers of how long individuals studied for an upcoming EOC,...

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#### How Hot Is It?

Do you hear that? Let's model it! Using a CD of chirping crickets at various temperatures, learners count the number of chirps per minute. Teams plot calculated averages on a scatter plot and determine the line of best fit for their...

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#### Hot Coffee Coming Through

Not too hot, not too cold! Provide the right temperature of coffee every time. Teams develop and conduct an experiment to determine whether coffee cups meet the requirements set forth by a fictional coffee company. The groups collect and...

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#### Heart Rate and Exercise: Is There a Correlation?

Does exercise cause heart rates to be different? Given data regarding the number of hours of exercise per week and heart rates, pupils determine the correlation between the two. The data includes two types of heart rates to associate...

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#### Discovering Dilations

Scale up the dilation factor. Using a dynamic geometry software program, classmates discover the relationship between a pre-image and its image after performing a dilation. Individuals create their own dilations and fellow class members...

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#### GeoGebra Graphing Calculator

So, exactly, what does it look like? The easily usable graphing calculator allows pupils to visualize the graph of equations and inequalities. The interactive supports any algebraic graph needed for high school mathematics and then some.

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#### A Rational Representation

Let's be rational about the solutions. A lesson plan presents rational equations to solve and leads to the understanding of extraneous solutions. Pupils begin the lesson by reviewing simplifying rational expression. Presented with a...

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#### A Transformation's Adventure with Patty Paper: Exploring Translations, Reflections and Rotations

Patty paper isn't just for separating meat. The lesson plan uses an inexpensive way to experiment with rigid transformations. Pupils use patty paper to create images after a translation, reflection, and rotation. Given a formative...

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#### Calculating Pi with Darts

Can pi be calculated through a game of darts? The video shows why this works mathematically and the issues surrounding the methodology. Once participants overcome errors, success through physics and mathematics leads to celebration.

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#### Constructions for Perpendicular Lines

To what degree does the class understand perpendicular lines? Find out with this short and simple worksheet! Geometry scholars get the opportunity to show what they know about drawing lines and including points at different locations...

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#### Constructions for Parallel Lines

Looking for a formative check that's to the point? Let your learners show what they know on a two-question worksheet that assesses their knowledge of parallel lines. The resource and included rubric help you understand if their ideas are...

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#### Constructing a Congruent Angle

Is your class confounded by congruency? Find out using a fast, fun formative assessment. Learners must construct a congruent angle using the proper tools, then explain their thought processes. The included rubric contains information to...

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#### Instructional Strategies That Facilitate Learning Across Content Areas

Imagine 28 instructional strategies, appropriate for all subject areas and all grade levels. Directed Reading-Thinking Activities (DRTA), Question-Answer Relationship (QAR) activities, KWL charts, comparison matrixes, classification...

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#### Solutions of a Linear Equation

Use the distributive property to solve equations. The sixth lesson in a 33-part series has scholars solve equations that need to be transformed into simpler equations first. Class members apply the distributive property to the equations...

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#### Search and Rescue Activity

Get your classes moving and practicing sequences at the same time! Learners move about the room solving problems and finding their solutions. Problems include both recursive and explicit formulas and both geometric and arithmetic sequences.

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#### Representing 3-D Objects in 2-D

How does the shape of the surface of water in a container change as water leaks out? After tackling this question, learners take part in a similar activity with more complex figures.

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#### Transformations – Reflections

Scholars use interactive resources to figure out how to mathematically draw a reflection of a geometric shape viewed in a mirror. To conclude the activity, class members are asked to deduce the result of multiple reflections across...

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#### The Laws of Logs

Two students were sitting on a log and decided they wanted to be awesome at math. Bring in the logarithm handout! The first page introduces the idea of a logarithm and the different operations and rules it entails. The second page...

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#### Solving Systems of Equations

Lets keep the system working and show learners the three ways to solve linear systems of equations. Each method includes step-by-step instructions to work their way through the problem. The same problem is used for each method to show...

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#### Exponential and Radical Rules

So many rules and so little time. Make it easy and provide all the exponent and radical rules in one place as an easy reference guide. All of the properties come with several examples to show how the rules apply to different problems.

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#### Finding the Domain

Domain to a math teacher makes perfect sense, but it can seem like gibberish to high schoolers. As it is laid out in clear terms, domain is introduced and explained among all types of functions throughout the handout. The first three...

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#### Quick Reference Card

A neat and organized formula handout makes the circle go round, doesn't it? Full of higher algebra topics, formulas and rules, graphs and definitions—there is a way to support everyone in Algebra II or Pre-Calculus.

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#### Review Sheets: Beginning Algebra

This jumbo worksheet contains everything you need to get through Pre-Algebra. Begin with simple expressions, and end with linear functions and polygons. There are multiple problems for each topic to make sure those skills are set.

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#### Study Jams! Transformations

Flip, spin, and shift with this vocabulary-rich video on transformations. Learners watch different movements and see how to move an object without affecting its size. The video follows with a multiple choice assessment that...

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#### Power Pack: Lessons in Civics, Math, and Fine Arts

Newspaper in Education (NIE) Week honors the contributions of the newspaper and is celebrated in the resource within a civics, mathematics, and fine arts setting. The resource represents every grade from 3rd to 12th with questions and...

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#### 2D and 3D Shapes

What a great assessment to give young mathematicians in order to test their knowledge on two- and three-dimensional shapes. Learners name various shapes, identify the number of edges, faces, and vertices, match an unfolded version of a...

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#### Paying for College: Understanding Financial Aid Options

With many options to pay for college, middle schoolers learn about each possibility and that continuing their education is worth the investment. They discover the difference between a grant and a loan and that some expensive colleges may...

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#### Buying a Home: Mortgage Decisions

High schoolers don't think they need to know about mortgages, but with college and renting soon approaching, fiscal responsibility is necessary. Pupils learn the vocabulary of a mortgage and calculate different home values to determine...

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#### Risk Management and Insurance: Insurance Costs and Considerations

Compare the different types of insurance with high schoolers, and have them learn the benefits and costs of medical, auto, and home policies. The resource addresses what makes some insurances more costly and what teenagers can do to find...

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#### The Stock Market

Keep or sell? Young learners simulate as buyers in the stock market while learning about the benefits and important factors to know when purchasing. The thorough resource allows for observation of case studies and provides an assessment...

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#### Planning and Money Management: Financial Plan

More planning goes into a budget than a high schooler thinks. Here, they learn about the expected expenses and incomes, along with outside factors such as natural disasters. Learners prepare their own budget and adjust it based on the...

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#### All About Lines

This resource should be called "All About Lines, and Then Some!". Packed full of all the key components of linear functions, learners review how to set up different equations, find intercepts, and graph. All the main topics are included...

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#### Student Workbook: Algebra and Functions

A smorgasbord of functions, this packet has the basics required for your learners to be successful in the land of early algebra. The packet includes solving equations, graphing, evaluating, simplifying and basically everything else in...

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#### Student Workbook: Number Sense

What a great resource. More than just a activity, this packet also includes examples and notes at the beginning of each section. The material covers all of the main standards in pre-algebra and can also be used for parts of an Algebra I...

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#### Student Workbook: Geometry and Measurement

The volume of this geometry packet is obtuse! Packed with every topic and type of problem learned in the class, each page is nicely organized by section and contains a instructional activity and sometimes reference examples.

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#### Student Workbook: Algebra I

Need a helping hand in Algebra I? How about a giant, super-sized learning exercise packet? Here is a resource that has worksheets for virtually every concept with some accompanying examples.

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#### Been Caught Stealing

You're safe, when calculating the odds of stealing second base! Learners compare the rate of a runner to the distance the ball travels, in a lesson that explores right triangles and measurement. Full of discussion questions and fun...

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#### Domino Effect

Carryout the lesson to determine the cost of pizza toppings from a Domino's Pizza® website while creating a linear model. Learners look through real data—and even create their own pizza—to determine the cost of each topping. They explore...

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#### XBOX Xpotential

Touchdown! This is an exponentially insightful lesson plan that explores the growth of football games with different video game consoles. Class members discuss whether the increase of mergahertz can be described as linear or exponential....

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#### Three Shots

To foul or not to foul, that is the basketball question. High schoolers look at the probability that fouling out a player and allowing free throws yields a better outcome than allowing the original shot. The resource provides a teacher's...

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#### On Your Mark

With many factors leading to a great athlete, does height make Usain Bolt unfairly fast? Middle schoolers conduct analysis to change the running distance of the Olympic races to be proportional to the height of the participants. They...

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#### The Fall of Javert

Falling off a bridge might not sound like your idea of a good math problem, but incorporating the final scene of Les Misérables is sure to spark interest. The goal is to use the time Javert fell off the bridge to determine how high he...

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#### New-tritional Info

Burning off a Big Mac® doesn't seem like a big feat until you calculate the minutes of exercise necessary to break even. Young mathematicians look at different menu items in relation to different body weights and exercises to calculate...

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#### Out of Left Field

A baseball trajectory and a parabola seem to make the best pair in real-world quadratic applications. Here is a current baseball resource with questions, discussions, and explorations regarding a quadratic function and home run...

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#### Pic Me!

Finally! Math and Instagram have come together to discuss the correlation between likes and followers. High schoolers can't help but want to discover what makes one account more popular than another by developing a line of best fit and...

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#### Series Review Sheet

Save an infinite amount of time and enjoy this pre-made series formula guide. Arithmetic and geometric formulas are all included as well as Pascal's Triangle and examples of how the Binomial Theorem expands.

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#### Finance Formulas Review Sheet

Keep your finances straight—more like finance formulas straight—with a well-organized formula guide full of everything you need. Starting with simple interest and ending with future and present value, this sheet can be useful for many...

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#### The Trapezoid

Enjoy this nicely organized worksheet that puts together multiple problems regarding trapezoid proofs. The resource can be used as a guide that begins with proving properties and ends with solving for measures of line segments.

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#### Inequalities in a Triangle

Stuck with triangle proofs? Take a 180° and provide learners with a guided worksheet that tests their knowledge with triangle inequalities. The questions require different types of proofs that range in levels of difficulty.

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#### Properties of a Parallelogram

More than just a worksheet, the resource provides a thorough guide to navigate through the land of parallelograms. Filled with definitions and theorems, the resource supports learners through problems such as proofs and finding missing...

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#### Circles

Don't circle around the topic, but get right to the center with tons of practice regarding circles in geometry. The note-incorporated worksheet provides guided practice through many topics such as central angles, inscribed polygons and...

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#### Plastic Bags

Paper or plastic? Explore the environmental effects of using plastic bags through mathematics. Learners manipulate worldwide data on plastic bag consumption to draw conclusions.

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#### Postulates, Angles, and Their Relationships

More than a worksheet, learners go through geometry topics example by example on the nicely organized handout. From postulates to classifying angles, there are rules and examples provided for each topic. The ten pages of problems provide...

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#### Test 2: Rationals, Exponentials, and Logarithms

Running out of logarithm questions in class? The nicely organized two-page worksheet provides practice in rational, logarithmic, and exponential functions. All the topics include graphing, solving, and finding domain and range.

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#### Quiz 2: Types of Functions

Here is a resource that provides the structure of an assessment with the convenience of a full answer key. The focus is on rational, exponential, and logarithm functions with a few questions on solving polynomials.

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#### Graphing Stories Ice Breaker

Kick off the school year with some math fun! New classmates share information about themselves by using graphs and interpreting data. The goal is to use a general graph shape, such as linear or exponential, and create labels for the axes...

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#### Exponential Growth and Decay

Start with the basics and move up the exponential ladder to master a variety of problem-solving and application problems. The problems are heavy on exponential growth and decay, compound interest, and natural log.

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#### Modeling a Situation Using Different Representations

Consider a different way to solve the problem. Cooperative learning groups study data in various forms to make a Frayer Model presentation to the class. A gallery walk allows groups to see each other's work.

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#### Capstone Performance Task

One skill is sure to make young entrepreneurs successful: maximizing profit. Assess learning of relationships between quantities and reasoning using equations. A businessman sells two sizes of boomerangs for different prices, and...

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#### Linear and Exponential Modeling with Two Variables

Hands-on activities allow beginners to model and graph equations with two variables. The lesson begins with evaluation and discussion of prepared linear graphs. Next, learners use math manipulatives to generate data, graph data, and then...

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#### Answers Need Units

Answers have no meaning without units! Activities that investigate perimeter, area, volume, and graphs explain the importance of units. The lesson begins with an investigation of graphs with different scales. Pupils then explore units by...

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#### Quiz 1: Types of Functions

Sometimes the best things are already done for you! Here is a six-problem quiz that has a variety of problems ranging from solving quadratic equations to interpreting a function. The piece-de-resistance is the worked out answer key in...

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#### Trigonometry Review Sheet

Get the trig facts fast, and use the review sheet as a guide in the classroom. The worksheet also includes a document version if any changes are needed to the problems. The information includes a small degree/radian chart, a graph of all...

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#### Parent Functions Review Sheet

No laundry or cooking dinner here: these parent functions are all about math. Every graph you could think of from basic linear functions to the hyperbolic arccotangent function are included. With 40 parent functions, the worksheet can be...

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#### Quadratic Equations and Their Applications

Show high schoolers there is more to quadratic functions than just formulas and parabolas. Connect the math to realistic application problems with a resource that has learners consider such situations as a ball hit in the air, the...

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#### Synthetic Division and Zeros of Polynomial Functions

More than just a worksheet, this guide provides the description of many of the polynomials theorems to assist the learners. Starting with synthetic division, class members are then guided through the remainder theorem and linear factors.

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#### Test 1: Functions and Their Graphs

Save the time creating an assessment because these function problems should do the trick. With 10 multi-part questions, they each focus on a different topic including radical, polynomial, linear and piecewise functions. The majority of...

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#### Function Presentations (Unit Assessment)

Present the world to me! Participants develop presentations about functions they learned through research. They then share their ideas about how functions apply to global warming with the class.