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2006

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Ti-84 In The Classroom, April Mcgivern Oct 2006

#### Ti-84 In The Classroom, April Mcgivern

##### Lesson Plans

*Briefly review the material completed about population studies and predator prey relationships. (Example given prior was “Kaibab Deer” scenario.)

*Introduce the students to the process of graphing using TI-84 calculator. (Students will complete a graph themselves.)

*Provide students with background information and data about population studies of lynx and snowshoe hare.

*Students will understand and be able to explain the relationship between the two species.

Absolute Values And Inequalities Using Ti-Calculator, Marc Coffie Oct 2006

#### Absolute Values And Inequalities Using Ti-Calculator, Marc Coffie

##### Lesson Plans

Using the TI-83 Graphing Calculator, students will learn about inequalities and graphing absolute value functions.

All Things Living, Natalie Barnum Oct 2006

#### All Things Living, Natalie Barnum

##### Lesson Plans

Students will learn about what classifies an organism as living.

Wind Movement, Nate Ruder Oct 2006

#### Wind Movement, Nate Ruder

##### Lesson Plans

Students will learn why wind moves from High to Low Pressure or Low to High Air Pressure.

Measuring Angles And Segments, Miriam Santana-Valadez Oct 2006

#### Measuring Angles And Segments, Miriam Santana-Valadez

##### Lesson Plans

Students will: Find the length of a segment and the measure of an angle.

Familly Of Functions, Beth Hall Oct 2006

#### Familly Of Functions, Beth Hall

##### Lesson Plans

Objectives 1) Using the graphing calculator, graph equation and sketch on the grid provide. Use the Standard Window. 2) Group the equation and sketches into three categories based upon how they look. Paste them in the space provided.

Walking The Graph, Beth Hall Oct 2006

#### Walking The Graph, Beth Hall

##### Lesson Plans

Students use the TI-84 Calculators to examine graphs. They will learn about distance between points, time, and increasing and decreasing slopes.

Basic Constructions Of Congruent Angles, Segments, And Perpendicular Bisectors, Miriam Santana-Valadez Oct 2006

#### Basic Constructions Of Congruent Angles, Segments, And Perpendicular Bisectors, Miriam Santana-Valadez

##### Lesson Plans

Students will learn: congruent angles and the bisection of segments and angles.

The Coordinate Plane, Miriam Santana-Valadez Oct 2006

#### The Coordinate Plane, Miriam Santana-Valadez

##### Lesson Plans

Students will find the distance between two points and the midpoint of a segment in the coordinate plane.

Glacial Features Of Nys, Nate Ruder Oct 2006

#### Glacial Features Of Nys, Nate Ruder

##### Lesson Plans

Students learn about the Glacial Features of NYS through Project Interactive

Air Mass Rising, Nate Ruder Oct 2006

#### Air Mass Rising, Nate Ruder

##### Lesson Plans

Students will learn why air mass becomes saturated with water vapor

Using Deductive Reasoning, Miriam Santana-Valadez Oct 2006

#### Using Deductive Reasoning, Miriam Santana-Valadez

##### Lesson Plans

Students will use deductive reasoning to solve problems and verify conjectures.

Angle Relationships, Miriam Santana-Valadez Oct 2006

#### Angle Relationships, Miriam Santana-Valadez

##### Lesson Plans

Students will Learn: the meaning of terms like bisector and perpendicular

Oct 2006

#### Using Arcgis To Analyze The Attributes Of The Service Areas Of Local Public Libraries, Wilson Burgos

##### Lesson Plans

Students will: collect, organize, display, and analyze data; make predictions that are based upon data analysis; recognize and apply mathematics in contexts outside of mathematics; use representations to model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical phenomena; build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving; make and investigate mathematical conjectures

Segments And Angles Using Geometer’S Sketch Pad, Ijeoma B. Okafor Sep 2006

#### Segments And Angles Using Geometer’S Sketch Pad, Ijeoma B. Okafor

##### Lesson Plans

Students will find the length of a segment and the measure of an angle using Geometers Sketchpad.

Use Of Quadratic Roots In Acid- Base Ph Calculations, Richard Hendricks Sep 2006

#### Use Of Quadratic Roots In Acid- Base Ph Calculations, Richard Hendricks

##### Lesson Plans

Students will make a program for the TI calculator to find both roots of a quadratic equation, regardless of the parameters.

Phase Changes - Vaporization, Phillip Gauldin Sep 2006

#### Phase Changes - Vaporization, Phillip Gauldin

##### Lesson Plans

Objectives: Students Observe vaporization of various liquids Obtain data from a demonstration Describe the vaporization process Graph demonstration data using a TI calculator Compare the vaporization of two liquids

Logic And Truth Tables, Ijeoma B. Okafor Sep 2006

#### Logic And Truth Tables, Ijeoma B. Okafor

##### Lesson Plans

Objectives: Students should be able to complete a Truth Table. Students should be able to write and interpret different types of Conditional statements.

Model Subtraction Using Chips, Samuel Simpson Sep 2006

#### Model Subtraction Using Chips, Samuel Simpson

##### Lesson Plans

Students use mathematical modeling to subtracting integers, a difficult concept for middle school student to grasp. The model uses positive and negative chips to represent integers.

How To Graph Systems Of Linear Inequalities Using Graphing Calculator, Ijeoma B. Okafor Sep 2006

#### How To Graph Systems Of Linear Inequalities Using Graphing Calculator, Ijeoma B. Okafor

##### Lesson Plans

Solving Inequalities in one variable

Solving Inequalities using tables and graphs

Using Relational Operators to Graph Linear Inequalities

Relationships In Chemical Equilibriums, Richard Hendricks Sep 2006

#### Relationships In Chemical Equilibriums, Richard Hendricks

##### Lesson Plans

Objectives: Students will be able to describe a dynamic equilibrium exists regardless of concentration levels.

Finding The Coefficient Of Friction Used In A Simulation, Richard Hendricks Sep 2006

#### Finding The Coefficient Of Friction Used In A Simulation, Richard Hendricks

##### Lesson Plans

Objectives: Students will interpret a graph developed through an interactive physics animation to determine the effects of frictions presumed in the simulation.

Teaching Food Web Using Agentsheets, Kathyrn Zuroski Sep 2006

#### Teaching Food Web Using Agentsheets, Kathyrn Zuroski

##### Lesson Plans

Objectives: The Students will be able to: • Define food web • Identify the interdependence of organisms within a system • Describe how natural events and human activities can impact a food web

Solving Systems Of Equations, Annette Pennella, Claud Brown, Megan Harris, Rachel Viel Aug 2006

#### Solving Systems Of Equations, Annette Pennella, Claud Brown, Megan Harris, Rachel Viel

##### Lesson Plans

Objectives: *Students will be able to translate word problems into algebraic equations. *Students will be able to solve systems of equations graphically.

Exploring Energy, Motion And Forces With Interactive Physics, April Mcgivern Aug 2006

#### Exploring Energy, Motion And Forces With Interactive Physics, April Mcgivern

##### Lesson Plans

Students will use the Interactive Physics program to create a simple machine. Students will create a lever and a ball that will fall onto it and changed the direction of the force.

Acid Rain, Bonnie Bush Aug 2006

#### Acid Rain, Bonnie Bush

##### Lesson Plans

The student will be able to: Describe what acid rain is State what causes acid rain Explain why acid rain is harmful Describe what is being done about acid rain and what we as individuals can do

Aug 2006

#### Using Gps System In Determining The Shape And Position Of School Grounds, John Picarella

##### Lesson Plans

Students will use GPS to collect data concerning school grounds and use math modeling to provide a means of presenting and interpreting this data. Students will learn how to use and collect data from the GPS system and upon returning to the class, how that data will result in maps and graphs. Geometry students will graph the data and determine whether the grounds that are being surveyed represent a rectangle or other geometric shape.

Create And Identify Function Rules, Dave Iacchetta Aug 2006

#### Create And Identify Function Rules, Dave Iacchetta

##### Lesson Plans

Students will be able to create and identify function rules from a set of inputs and outputs (table).

Families Of Graph, Pablo Lopez Aug 2006

#### Families Of Graph, Pablo Lopez

##### Lesson Plans

Student will be able to identify families of graph.

Graphic Representation Of Data, Bonnie Bush Aug 2006

#### Graphic Representation Of Data, Bonnie Bush

##### Lesson Plans

To introduce students to TI-84 technology To show graphic representation of data