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#### California's Climate

The United States is a large country with many different climates. Graph and analyze temperature and rainfall data for Sacramento and Washington DC as you teach your class about the characteristics of Mediterranean climates. Discuss the...

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#### Fractions as Numbers

Your learners will enjoy thoroughly understanding fractions, and you will appreciate the abundant, quality resources in this comprehensive unit that builds toward a complete understanding of the concept of fractions as numbers. Many...

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#### Travel Maps

Use maps of well-known cities to teach about quadrants in the coordinate plane. Links to maps for: Boston, Chicago, New York, Orlando, and Washington DC are included. There are two student resources also: A graph on which to plot points,...

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#### Math Activity File

Third graders describe the difference between area and volume and also explain how various units of measure relate to one another.

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#### A "Capital" Idea

Eighth graders prepare for a field trip to Washington, DC by researching landmark, monument, or building in Washington. They use the information in small groups to design a multimedia presentation. They include a spreadsheet that shows...

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#### GPS and Navigation

If you are navigating to find a terrific instructional activity on GPS (global positioning system) that incorporates math, geography, and science, then you have finally arrived! This is an ideal STEM instructional activity in which high...

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#### Pythagoras in DC

Students practice using the Pythagorean Theorem. In this Pythagorean Theorem lesson plan, students utilize diagrams, measurement and illustrations to find the missing length a of triangle. Students use real world examples such as the...

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#### Round and Round We Go — Exploring Orbits in the Solar System

Math and science come together in this cross-curricular astronomy lesson plan on planetary motion. Starting off with a hands-on activity that engages the class in exploring the geometry of circles and ellipses, this lesson plan then...

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#### Box-and-Whisker Plot Comparison

In this analyzing data lesson using the TI-Nspire, young statisticians make a box-and-whisker plot of mean monthly temperatures of three cities. Students compare the box-and-whisker plot of the data with a dot plot of the data. ...

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#### Geometry in the City

Young scholars investigate geometric shapes and patterns. In this geometry lesson, students view aerial views of New York City and Washington, DC and investigate the presence of geometric figures in the cities’ layout and designs.

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#### Per Square Meter

What a great way to explore biodiversity on the school playground! Young scientists examine a small natural area outside, roughly a square meter, and record and gather the specimens they find. Multiple activities guide learners through...

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#### Step Functions and Taxi Fares

Students investigate step functions. In this Algebra II/Pre-calculus lesson, students examine various taxi fare schemes and model the fares with step functions by making use of the calculator’s greatest integer function’s step function...

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#### Congressional Travel

Students determine the distances traveled by the members of the legislative branch of the US Government. In this travel distance lesson, students locate Washington, DC on a globe using the longitude and latitude of the city. They...

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#### Where is Dupont Circle?

Did you know a map is just a large coordinate plane with many lines and points and intersections? Help your classes see this connection using the activity. Learners analyze a map and determine the latitude and longitude coordinates of a...

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#### Using Real-Life Data to Understand Climate Change

Combine math and science by having your middle schoolers calculate standard deviations using Earth's annual average temperatures from 1970 to 2004. In the process, learners get to examine trends as well. If computers are available, they...

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#### What Does It Cost to Use It?

Students investigate how electrical usage is counted. In this electricity lesson, students research an electric bill and define terms such as watts and kilowatts. Students calculate the average electricity cost per year by using a...

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#### Calculator Robots Basic Programming

Students investigate programming. In this secondary mathematics lesson, students explore programming of a robot calculator. Students write programs to control the motion of the robot and experiment with angle turns.

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#### Deric's Blotto

Students solve the handshake problem and investigate triangular numbers. In this geometry lesson plan, students investigate Blotto games as they apply concepts of triangles and geometric theorems.

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#### Riemann Sums

Students explore the concept of Riemann Sums. In this Riemann Sums lesson plan, students find left and right Riemann Sums of the cubic function. Students find the Riemann sum of the cubic function on the interval 0 to 3.

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#### The Region Between Two Curves

Students find the area between two curves. In this area between two curves lesson, students find the area between the sine and cosine functions. Students find the volume of the region when it is rotated around the x-axis. Students...

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#### Confectionary Delight

Learners differentiate the volume of a box to find dimensions that yield the largest volume. In this differentiating the volume of a box to find dthe dimensions that yield the largest volume instructional activity, students make a model...

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#### Balloon

Twelfth graders investigate rate of change. In this calculus lesson, 12th graders use a balloon to observe the relationship between the rate its volume is changing and the rate at which points on its surface are getting closer...

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#### Hot Coffee

Students investigate differential equations and slope fields. In this differential equations and slope fields lesson, students determine how much time can pass before a cup of coffee is safe to drink. Students use a differential...

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#### Cubic Inflection

Twelfth graders explore cubic polynomials. In this calculus lesson, 12th graders investigate the location of the line segment that contains the relative minimum and relative maximum of a cubic. Students use the symbolic capacity of the...