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#### Listing Outcomes

Make a list and check it twice. Many times, it is beneficial to make a list of the possible outcomes when trying to determine a probability. The resource shows how to systematically make a list and then calculate the probability of...

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#### Systematics and the Phylogenetic Revolution

This assignment conducts a thorough exploration of systematics. Clearly designed for an AP biology course, questions pertain to taxonomic categories, phylogeny, and construction of cladograms.

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#### The Incredible Yuma Bat and Clapper Rail - Discrete Mathematics -- Systematic Listing and Counting

Sixth graders are introduced to the wonderful world of Bats and Clapper Rails. They comprehend and demonstrate the systematic listing and counting of possible outcomes. Students systematically list and count each bat and clapper rail...

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#### Systematics: Classifying Organisms

Students describe the techniques biologists use to classify organisms. For this biology lesson, students create cladograms and phylogenetic trees. They list the levels of taxonomic hierarchy.

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#### Invest Systematically

Can you make money from math? Young mathematicians match real-world applications to systems of linear equations. In groups, they investigate investment strategies by writing systems of linear equations which helps them determine which...

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#### What is an Unbiased Sample?

Transmit to your class what an unbiased sample is with this video. The video goes into detail about what an unbiased sample looks like, providing examples and listing several different types of random sampling. This could be used when...

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#### Finding Probabilities Using Lists of Outcomes

In this probability worksheet, students solve 5 multi-step questions pertaining to making lists of possible outcomes and calculating probability. This page is intended to be an online activity, but can be completed on paper.

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#### Is Space Trying to Kill Us?

Taking somewhat of a humorous, paranoid viewpoint, this video explores the question of whether or not space objects are likely to take us out. From asteroids, to the sun dying out, to the Milky Way's supermassive black hole, the...

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#### Why Is a Group of Crows Called a “Murder”?

Fifteenth-century hunters used a unique vocabulary to describe the groups of animals they hunted. The video lesson shows many of these informal names. It turns out the names may not be official, but many people use them, including...

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#### Word Wall Activity List

Second graders perform a variety of activities with a dynamic, ever-changing classroom word wall as outlined in these lessons. They become less dependent on the word wall as the school year progresses.

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#### What is an Unbiased Sample?

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#### Factors of Numbers from 1 to 30

Finding factors is an integral skill on the road to fractions and algebra. Scholars write down a factor list for nine numbers up to 30. Next, they examine provided lists and circle the numbers that are factors of eight more numbers, also...

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#### Portrait Poems

This is a very much detailed five-day plan on writing portrait poems. Throughout, class members review figurative language and work systematically to develop their poems. The teacher provides rubrics for the poem as well as a portrait...

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#### Chicken Soup With Rice

Complete a variety of activities related to the Maurice Sendak's book Chicken Soup With Rice. Readers identify the months of the year, identify words starting with the letter J, explore online illustrations created by Maurice Sendak, and...

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#### World History Pre-Assessment

What do the members of your class already know about world history? This is a fabulous pre-assessment that will illustrate the varying levels of general world history knowledge among your young historians that you can use to inform your...

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#### Pyramid of Interventions Considerations

There's much to consider when contemplating an intervention for students. Here's a list of considerations that should be taken into account, as well as questions that should be asked and answered during the planning stage.

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#### Extreme Poetry Vocabulary

Challenge your class with this comprehensive list of literary vocabulary words. Learners take a pre-test, look up definitions, come up with an example, and then take a post-test. You might use this prior to a unit about poetic devices in...

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#### Adjectives in Movie Reviews

Expose the power of adjectives! Select a movie review, remove all the adjectives from the article, and give a copy of the edited review to each class member. Pairs then work together to reintroduce the missing adjectives into the review...

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#### Ionic Nomenclature

One document contains five different worksheets for practice naming and writing formulas for ionic compounds. The first is particularly notable, as it systematically walks beginning chemists through the process of using the periodic...

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#### Greatest Common Factor

These multiples share a few factors, but which one is the greatest? Scholars list the factors for various number pairs, first just indicating common factors. Next, they do the same but write down the greatest common factor. Finally,...

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#### Finding Factors of a Number

If your class has watched the Khan Academy video on recognizing divisibility, they will have a good foundation for this video on finding factors. Sal demonstrates how to find factors of a number by using the divisibility rules and...

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#### What's Down There?

Investigate the coral reefs around Mokolai Island, Hawaii by researching and writing about improving the reef ecosystem. Learners map threats to the ecosystem and use the list of key words to assist in their descriptions

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#### Formulae of Ionic Compounds and their Names - Part 2

I asked the cat sitting next to me if he had any Sodium Hypobromite; he said NaBrO. The third video in the six-part series introduces how to name polyatomic ions such as Sodium Hypobromite. It offers the general rules and a few example...

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#### Thematic Unit

Students build their own vocabulary list and learn how to apply the terms. In this animal investigation instructional activity students choose a category from a list and classify animals by their characteristics. There are five...