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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.

Solve System Of Equations By Graphing, Sarah Heigl Aug 2006

Solve System Of Equations By Graphing, Sarah Heigl

Lesson Plans

Students will be able to solve systems of equations by graphing Students will be able to navigate the TI-84 graphing calculator Students will model real-world problems with systems of equations and inequalitites Students will apply axiomatic structure to algebra

Exploring Equations With Ti-84, Joann Bell Aug 2006

Exploring Equations With Ti-84, Joann Bell

Lesson Plans

Objectives: Students will learn to graph linear and quadratic equations with the TI 84 graphing calculator Students will learn to enter data into lists, create tables and create graphs using the TI 84 graphing calculator Students will discuss the differences/similarities between linear and quadratic relationships

Using The Ti 84, Carrie Seitz Aug 2006

Using The Ti 84, Carrie Seitz

Lesson Plans

Mathematical Concept or “key idea” that modeling will be used to teach: Students use mathematical modeling/ multiple representation to provide a means of presenting, interpreting, communicating, and connecting mathematical information and relationships

Half Life And Radioactive Decay, Joseph Zuniga Oct 2004

Half Life And Radioactive Decay, Joseph Zuniga

Lesson Plans

• Students will be able to complete a table which shows conservation of matter.

• Students will be able to determine the half life of a substance given a graph of the radioactive substance and its stable product.

• Students will recognize the graph as exponential decay.

Physics Lesson, Carneathea Melson, Lorraine Sheck Aug 2004

Physics Lesson, Carneathea Melson, Lorraine Sheck

Lesson Plans

Students will use Interactive Physics software and TI-83/84 graphing calculators to study parabolic functions, quadratic equations and motion in two dimensions.

How Can Motion Be Explained?, Garfield Taylor, Hank Elich, Kendra Brewster Aug 2004

How Can Motion Be Explained?, Garfield Taylor, Hank Elich, Kendra Brewster

Lesson Plans

Collect data, model data using Interactive Physics and the STAT graphing tool on the TI calculator. · Understand that concepts in modeled are put in several different ways but mean the same thing.

Ice Cream Graphing Lab, Julia Maloney Jul 2003

Ice Cream Graphing Lab, Julia Maloney

Lesson Plans

Guided data collection through graphing with provided example.

Student survey will be conducted in the classroom, focusing on the (3) favorite flavors of ice cream, frequency of eating ice cream, soft versus hard and preference for brand of ice cream.