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Glacial Features Of Nys, Nate Ruder

#### Glacial Features Of Nys, Nate Ruder

*Lesson Plans*

Students learn about the Glacial Features of NYS through Project Interactive

Logic And Truth Tables, Ijeoma B. Okafor

#### 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

#### 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.

Venn Diagramming Using Project Interactivate, Sarah Heigl

#### Venn Diagramming Using Project Interactivate, Sarah Heigl

*Lesson Plans*

Students use number sense and numeration to develop and understanding of multiple uses of number in the real world, the use of numbers to communicate mathematically, and the use of numbers in the development of mathematical ideas.

Genetic Code And Electrophoresis, Neill Paul Ii

#### Genetic Code And Electrophoresis, Neill Paul Ii

*Lesson Plans*

Objectives: • Students will understand that all organisms have a genetic code which can be used to identify them. • Students will understand the procedure known as gel electrophoresis and become aware of its potential and limitations. • Students will learn that the genetic code between relatives is closest because it is the material which is passed on during reproduction.

Slope Slider, Carrie Seitz

#### Slope Slider, Carrie Seitz

*Lesson Plans*

Students will be able to

- Identify the slope and y-intercept in an equation in the form y=mx +b
- Describe the difference between lines by looking at the slope and y-intercept

Bouncing Balls, Samuel Simpson

#### Bouncing Balls, Samuel Simpson

*Lesson Plans*

Objectives: Students will conduct an experiment that produces a graph that appears linear and permits prediction to be made beyond the data collected. Students realize the many phenomena are constrained by linear relations. Students collect data make tables and graphs to make predications.

Teaching Students How To Learn Differently With Robotics, Sabrina Johnson

#### Teaching Students How To Learn Differently With Robotics, Sabrina Johnson

*Lesson Plans*

Students will participate in creating physical and tangible projects that are relevant to real world experiences – by designing and building experimental models that solve problems in a challenging and fun atmosphere. Specifically- students will construct a robot to perform certain duties **[IN THEORY –TO GO INTO DANGEROUS PLACES] **and then write a program for the robot using ROBOLAB software. Students will further design a replica of their robot using Interactive Physics.

What Effects Water Waves?, David Rogers, Megan Bonacci, Cassandra Camman, Rose Kossow, Mike Sicienski

#### What Effects Water Waves?, David Rogers, Megan Bonacci, Cassandra Camman, Rose Kossow, Mike Sicienski

*Lesson Plans*

Students will discover that:

Waves come in mainly two different types (transverse and longitudinal)

How the type of wave, type of medium, wavelength, temperature, and depth effect the velocity of a wave

This relationship can be used to determine the distances to stars and galaxies beyond 100pc.

Enzyme Process, Samuel Ibezin

#### Enzyme Process, Samuel Ibezin

*Lesson Plans*

Objectives: 1. 90% of the students will be able to understand the enzyme process. 2. Students will describe the process that take place when enzyme is exposed to different temperatures.

Gas Relationships, Juan Betancourt

#### Gas Relationships, Juan Betancourt

*Lesson Plans*

Students will understand the behavior of gases by manipulating a model of gases that changes the variables involved and demonstrate how these variables relate to each other

Calculating Shapes, Stephen Ezell

#### Calculating Shapes, Stephen Ezell

*Lesson Plans*

Objectives: Upon completion of this lesson, students will be able to calculate the area and perimeter of a random rectangular shape on a grid.

Decimal And Fraction Conversion, Pablo Lopez

#### Decimal And Fraction Conversion, Pablo Lopez

*Lesson Plans*

Students will be able to convert decimal to fraction and vice versa.

Translations Using Project Interactivate, Sandy Zalewski

#### Translations Using Project Interactivate, Sandy Zalewski

*Lesson Plans*

Objectives:

Students will be able to describe and explain what happens to an object after a reflection, translation and a rotation

Students will be able to perform a translation and a reflection on a figure

Student will be able to identify a rule they can use to perform the transformation

Scatter Plots, Beth Hall

#### Scatter Plots, Beth Hall

*Lesson Plans*

Students will be able to collect, organize and create scatter plots of two-variable data and determine the type of correlation the data suggests (positive, negative, none)

Introduction To Area And Perimeter Using Project Interactivate, Wilson Burgos

#### Introduction To Area And Perimeter Using Project Interactivate, Wilson Burgos

*Lesson Plans*

Students will: use interactive Java applets from Project Interactivate to produce figures using specific parameters; calculate area and perimeter for these figures; make conjectures about the relationships between area and perimeter use visualization and spatial reasoning to analyze characteristics and properties of geometric shapes; identify and justify geometric relationships, formally and informally; build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving; make and investigate mathematical conjectures; communicate and reason mathematically.

Wave Introduction Guided Inquiry With Simulations, Phillip Gauldin

#### Wave Introduction Guided Inquiry With Simulations, Phillip Gauldin

*Lesson Plans*

Objectives: Students Create pulses and waves along a spring Map the shape of a pulse and wave Describe two or three basic vocabulary terms for waves (Wavelength, Crest, Trough, wave height) Compare a wave simulation to a recreational wave pool

Finding The Slope Of A Line Using Interactivate, Kathyrn Zuroski

#### Finding The Slope Of A Line Using Interactivate, Kathyrn Zuroski

*Lesson Plans*

Objectives: How does the slope and y-intercept affect the graph of a line? Using Project Interactivate, what conclusions can you draw about slope, y-intercept and the equation of a line?

Topographic Maps With Project Interactive, Nate Ruder

#### Topographic Maps With Project Interactive, Nate Ruder

*Lesson Plans*

Map interpretation is an important concept within Earth Science. In this lesson students will continue to learn how to draw isolines and how to interpret topographic maps. Students will already have been introduced to both of these topics.

Mazegame Lesson Plan, Elizabeth Watkins

#### Mazegame Lesson Plan, Elizabeth Watkins

*Lesson Plans*

Review plotting points and to use the distance formula to calculate the shortest distance.

Angle Relationships, Renee Gambino

#### Angle Relationships, Renee Gambino

*Lesson Plans*

• Define and give examples of alternate interior, alternate exterior, adjacent, vertical and corresponding angles • Discuss parallel and perpendicular lines • Define and show examples of right angles, obtuse angles, and acute angles

Maze Game Using Smart Board, John Palo

#### Maze Game Using Smart Board, John Palo

*Lesson Plans*

Objectives: To help students become familiar with the coordinate plane, plotting points, recognizing slopes of lines.

Animating Slope And Y-Intercept, Jessica Phillips

#### Animating Slope And Y-Intercept, Jessica Phillips

*Lesson Plans*

In 8^{th} grade math, we investigate graphing lines from equations for the first time. Students learn about the xy coordinate plane, the table of values, the slope and the x and y intercepts. They begin to understand y = mx + b, the general equation for a line. As a teacher, I have encountered many problems while teaching this content without the benefits of technology. It’s my goal to teach the effects of changing the slope and the y-intercept. With traditional methods, we create a table of values and draw a graph by hand, which consumes a lot of instructional ...

Identify Locations Of Objects Using The Cartesian Coordinate System, Brigitte Cerra, Brian Cheyne, Jennifer Hallows, Kim Lombard

#### Identify Locations Of Objects Using The Cartesian Coordinate System, Brigitte Cerra, Brian Cheyne, Jennifer Hallows, Kim Lombard

*Lesson Plans*

Students use mathematical analysis, scientific inquiry, and engineering design, as appropriate, to pose questions, seek answers, and develop solutions

Triangles Ramps And Energy, Susan Cooper, Fayne Winter, Larry Bedgood

#### Triangles Ramps And Energy, Susan Cooper, Fayne Winter, Larry Bedgood

*Lesson Plans*

Students will be able to identify the base and height in different types of triangles.

Ice Cream Graphing Lab, Julia Maloney

#### 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.

Ecological Equilibrium, Daniel Esler

#### Ecological Equilibrium, Daniel Esler

*Lesson Plans*

Upon completion of this lesson, students will: · Have been introduced to computer modeling. Have a better understanding of setting up and utilizing the functions of Microsoft Excel. Have a better understanding of the complexities of the ecological equilibrium time and evolution have created