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#### Applying Literacy Skills to Core Subjects

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Literacy skills are not limited to language arts. Middle schoolers apply literacy skills every time they open a science textbook, read a primary source document, interpret an explanation of a complex mathematics concept, and learn a new...
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#### Young Digital Citizens

For Teachers K - 6th Standards
It's important to know our limits within the world wide web. Teach your young digital citizens the basics of online etiquette like who we can communicate with, what we share, how to be safe and secure, understanding misinformation, and...
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#### Chemistry Simulations from PhET

For Teachers 6th - Higher Ed Standards
Bring your science classroom into the 21st century with this collection of digital simulations. From an introduction to the states of matter to balancing chemical equations and investigating radioactive decay, these engaging interactives...
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#### Getting to Know You Activities

For Teachers K - 6th
Another school year; another set of growing minds to welcome. Get to know your newest scholars with a series of activities created by The Curriculum Corner. Pupils get creative and reflect on their personal favorites, family life, and...
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#### How to Find Limits on Crazy Graphs

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Discover how to find limits using graphs. Viewers learn how to determine limits of a piecewise function at specific points by analyzing a graph. They consider both one-sided and two-sided limits.
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#### Introduction to Limits

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Sal starts an explanation of limits by looking at a basic example of a discontinuous function and takes a more intuitive point of view before looking at a formal mathematical definition in later videos.  He starts by introducing the...
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#### Introduction to Limits (HD)

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Sal begins his explanation of limits with a few basic examples and takes a more intuitive point of view before looking at a formal mathematical definition in later videos. He starts by introducing the notation for limits and describes...
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#### Stoichiometry: Limiting Reagent

For Students 7th - 10th
Sal continues his look at "Stoichiometry," which is the calculation of measureable relationships of the reactants and products in a chemical reaction. Sal sets up a balanced chemical equation and then, using the Periodic Table of...
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#### Lesson 8- Limits Review and the Squeeze Theorem

For Students 11th - 12th
This worksheet set starts out with three warm-up problems on limits. Then there are review problems for evaluating limits at a point, one and two-sided limits, and indeterminate forms as well as problems to review evaluating limits at...
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#### Is There a Limit to Which Side You Can Take?

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Calculus students find the limit of piecewise functions at a value. They find the limit of piecewise functions as x approaches a given value. They find the limit of linear, quadratic, exponential, and trigonometric piecewise functions.
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#### Finding Limits Using Tables and Graphs

For Teachers 10th - 12th Standards
An excellent set of problems for developing limit intuition in learners, this presentation and homework set leads the class from testing basic continuous functions through to discontinuous piecewise problems. Using both table and...
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#### Limits of Trig Functions: Everything You Need to Know!

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Discover how to find limits of trigonometric functions. Viewers learn a strategy to calculate limits of trigonometric functions. They see how an expression can be rewritten to one whose limits are already known.
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#### Multiple Representations of Limits

For Students 11th - 12th Standards
After an introductory activity to demonstrate the theory of a limit, additional activities approach a limit from graphical, numerical, and algebraic methods. The activity looks at the multiple ways of understanding and evaluating a limit.
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#### Calculating Limits as x Goes to Infinity

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Build on your class' understanding of limits by exploring limits as x approaches infinity. The instructor explains how to find the limit by considering specific values. He then makes a connection to the graphical representation.
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#### Worksheet 5: Property Limits and the Squeeze Theorem

For Teachers 12th - Higher Ed
In this math worksheet, young scholars answer 6 questions regarding given limits in a table of data, properties of limits and the Squeeze Theorem.
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#### Lesson 3: Constitution Principles: Popular Sovereignty and Limited Government

For Teachers 12th Standards
Explore two principles of the Constitution. This plan encourages seniors to focus in on popular sovereignty and limited government. They examine the relationship between popular sovereignty, limited government, and citizenship as they...
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#### Explorations 5: Introduction to Limits

For Students 10th - 12th
In this limit worksheet, students find the interval values of given functions. They identify constants, and plot graphs. This three-page worksheet contains approximately 20 problems.
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#### Worksheet 10 - Limits

For Teachers Higher Ed
In this limits worksheets, students graph tangent lines and determine the slope of a secant line. This one-page worksheet contains six multi-step problems.
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#### Lesson 4: Constitution Principles: Popular Sovereignty and Limited Government

For Teachers 12th Standards
Big questions deserve big answers. What is popular sovereignty, limited government, and citizenship? The class discusses voter apathy and citizenship, writes poems about citizenship, and blogs daily about model citizenship. Handouts...
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#### Population Limiting Factors ~ Boom or Bust!

For Teachers 9th - 12th
There was a situation in the Kaibab desert of Arizona during which the deer population exploded. Wildlife biologists examine historical data using a graphing calculator in order to learn about population growth, limiting factors, and...
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#### Limits of Polynomial and Rational Functions: Evaluating the Limits of the Quadratic Function

For Students 10th - Higher Ed
Push an engaging resource to the limit. The interactive allows learners to find a limit on quadratic functions graphically. Using sliders, pupils set the x-value for the limit and to move values from the left and right toward the limit.
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#### Limit of a Sequence: Finding the Limit of a Sequence (Part 3)

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Limit the view of sequences on both sides of the axis. Learners explore an alternating sign sequence. Using a graphical display of the first 10 terms of the sequence, pupils determine the formula for the general term. they then use the...
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#### Limit of a Sequence: Finding the Limit of a Sequence (Part 2)

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
What does it mean if young mathematicians cannot put the squeeze on a sequence? Learners investigate a divergent sequence and find the formula for the nth term. Using the definition of a limit of a sequence, pupils try to find the limit...
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#### Infinite Limit Type: Properties of Limits

For Students 11th - Higher Ed Standards
Limits can provide some valuable information about graphs. A slider interactive lets learners see the behavior of a graph around asymptotes. They investigate relationships between limits and asymptotes.