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1. Math is Functional
Lesson Plan ID: 5104 Title: Math is Functional Overview/Annotation: This lesson is a technologybased activity in which students extend graphing of linear functions to the use of spreadsheet software. After students have become proficient in constructing a table of values, students are able to efficiently graph equations with more extensive computationa...


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2. Functions  Intro and Inverses part 1 (July 11)
LESSON PLAN 7/11/07 Teacher: Mr. Nastrom Subject: Algebra II Period: 1st Approximate time: 100 minutes Objectives: The student will define, identify and use relations, functions, variables and related terms. The student will begin to define inverses. Materials: Students have pencils, notebooks, and textbooks (Algebra II: Applications and Connections, Merrill, 1995) Whiteboard, dryerase marker, eraser 9 different books (including Strunk & White's Elements of Style) Schedule: Reading...


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Grade Level: 68


3. Exploring Linear Functions
Illuminations: Exploring Linear Functions Activities  Lessons  Standards  Web Links NCTM Resources  About  Terms of Use  Search  Join NCTM Exploring Linear Functions Technology allows the linking of multiple representations of mathematical situations and the exploration of the relationships that emerge. This example presents a series of explo...


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Grade Level: 912


4. Learning about Rate of Change in Linear Functions Using Interactive Graphs  Changing Cost per Minute
Illuminations: Learning about Rate of Change in Linear Functions Using Interactive Graphs Activities  Lessons  Standards  Web Links NCTM Resources  About  Terms of Use  Search  Join NCTM Learning about Rate of Change in Linear Functions Using Interactive Graphs Unit Overview Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Changing Cost per Minute In this twopart example, users can drag a slide...


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5. Habitats and Functions
HABITATS AND FUNCTIONS April 23, 1999 John A. Jackman Materials:  a set of insect cards with each card describing an insect or group of insects. Each card should have a short statement of biology, habitat, and function. A few interesting facts can also be included. [Note: a set of insect cards is provided below.]  a set of card...


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6. Exploring Multiplication Functions
TECHNOLOGY LESSON PLAN Teacher:Janice Barney Date:May 25,1998 Subject: Math (MECC/Houghton Mifflin MathKeys Software) Lesson developed in conjunction with the Technology Literacy Challenge Grant; Bernie, Dexter, and Gideon Public Schools. Topic:Exploring Multiplication Functions Program or Internet Site:MathKeys Software "Unlocking Whole Numbers,Vol. 2 " Grade Level: 4 Goals/Process Standards Met: (MAP 2000 Standards) NCTM Standards: 6 MO Standards:1.6,3.5 Assessment: (check those that apply) Rubric for teacher evaluation Rubric for peer evaluation Checklist Teachermade test or ac...


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Grade Level: 35


7. Patterns, Functions & Algebra
Patterns, Functions & Algebra Y=x +30(x2) ABAB X=2(y +5) Vocabulary List Patterns, Relations and Functions Equation an equation is a mathematical statement, in symbols, that two things are the same (or equivalent). Equations are written with an equal sign, as in 2 + 3 = 5. Inequality In mathematics, an inequality is a st...


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Grade Level: 912


8. Functions and Graphs
Integrating Technology Into the Curriculum Lesson Plan Subject: Algebra II Grade Level: 912 Overview: Students will use Study Works or Math CAD to draw graphs of several functions. They will then import them into a document using a word processing program. Goals and Objectives: The student will: * learn the shapes of graphs of different functions. * review for the upcoming SOL tests. Virginia Standards of Learning (content and technology): AII/T.8 The student will recognize multiple r...


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9. Quadratic Functions and Their Graphs
Quadratic Functions and Their Graphs Objective: To define and graph functions. Materials: Teacher: dry erase board and marker (notes of key vocabulary terms, formulas, and steps on how to sketch the graph of a parabola are written out on left hand column on the white board) TI83 Plus Overhead Viewscreen Student: textbook (furn...


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Grade Level: 912


10. Design a Functional Neuron
Return to Program's List of Lesson Plans Introduction Lesson One Lesson Two Lesson Three Concept Map Assessment Arthropod Behavior Inquiry By Eric Renfro Design a Functional Neuron What will students produce? Students will create a model of a neuron using household items. Students will bring these items to school for model construction. The model must demonstrate the flow of information through a neuron. The flow of information is from dendrites, to cell body, to axon. The mode...


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