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Linking Plant And Animal Cells, Jacqueline Keily Oct 2004

Linking Plant And Animal Cells, Jacqueline Keily

Lesson Plans

1. Be able to demonstrate, via the graphing calculator, knowledge of plant and animal cells.

2. Be able to compare and contrast cells and their functions using their study cards as a guide.


Linking Abstractions In Math To The Real World, Valerie J. Huff Oct 2004

Linking Abstractions In Math To The Real World, Valerie J. Huff

Lesson Plans

Students use mathematical modeling/multiple representation to provide a means of presenting, interpreting, communicating, and connecting mathematical information and relationships. Students use measurement in both metric and English measure to provide a major link between the abstractions of mathematics and the real world in order to describe and compare objects and data. Students use patterns and functions to develop mathematical power, appreciate the true beauty of mathematics, and construct generalizations that describe patterns simply and efficiently.


Ti Lesson Plan: Volume Area And Mass, Roger Hakes Oct 2004

Ti Lesson Plan: Volume Area And Mass, Roger Hakes

Lesson Plans

To give the students visual models to understand the concept of area, volume, and the ratio of area to volume.


Understanding Mass, Volume And Density, Thomas Demond, Jessica Phillips, Christopher Sheffer Oct 2004

Understanding Mass, Volume And Density, Thomas Demond, Jessica Phillips, Christopher Sheffer

Lesson Plans

Students will use mathematics and modeling to understand the fundamentals of mass


Connecting Forumulas, Socorro M. Sanchez Oct 2004

Connecting Forumulas, Socorro M. Sanchez

Lesson Plans

Objectives: Students will use the graphing calculator to solve quadratic equations. They will analyze the graph and/or table to factor and solve a quadratic equation. Students will then use this technique to solve word problems.


Exploring Generic Probability Using Ti Calculator, Sarah Laiosa Oct 2004

Exploring Generic Probability Using Ti Calculator, Sarah Laiosa

Lesson Plans

To utilize the tools we learned in the TI classroom to give a graphic understanding of genetic probability. Genetics are the building blocks of heredity and inherited phenotypic and genotypic characteristics.


Exploring Mean And Median With Ti Calculator, Garfield Taylor Oct 2004

Exploring Mean And Median With Ti Calculator, Garfield Taylor

Lesson Plans

What is mean and median? Using the TI calculator the students find the mean and median of 10 students birth month. A chronological graph models the students birth month.


Simulating The Decay Of Carbon 14, Douglas Brown, Brian Mccue, Socorro M. Sanchez Oct 2004

Simulating The Decay Of Carbon 14, Douglas Brown, Brian Mccue, Socorro M. Sanchez

Lesson Plans

That the student will be able to first understand the concept that objects do not remain the same throughout time but rather objects change. For many substances, objects change at a regular (and thus predictable) rate.


Identify Locations Of Objects Using The Cartesian Coordinate System, Brigitte Cerra, Brian Cheyne, Jennifer Hallows, Kim Lombard Oct 2004

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


Energy Pyramid, Brian Dinitto, Stephen Pudiak, David Rogers Aug 2004

Energy Pyramid, Brian Dinitto, Stephen Pudiak, David Rogers

Lesson Plans

Students will manipulate model of energy from the sun to see how it impacts the energy transferred to autotrophs - plants, primary consumer - herbivore, secondary consumer – carnivore.


Triangles Ramps And Energy, Susan Cooper, Fayne Winter, Larry Bedgood Aug 2004

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.


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.


Insulin’S Role In A Negative Feedback System, Karen Mccann Aug 2004

Insulin’S Role In A Negative Feedback System, Karen Mccann

Lesson Plans

Lesson plan to study Insulin’s Role in a Negative Feedback System


Potential And Kinetic Energy With A Pendulumn, Jacqueline Keily, Frank Rinere, Annette Pennella Aug 2004

Potential And Kinetic Energy With A Pendulumn, Jacqueline Keily, Frank Rinere, Annette Pennella

Lesson Plans

Students will learn that Energy and matter interact through forces that result in changes in motion, potential and kinetic energy are directly related to the operation of a pendulum.


Simulate Eratosthenes Calculations Of Earth, Kim Meek, Sean Metz Aug 2004

Simulate Eratosthenes Calculations Of Earth, Kim Meek, Sean Metz

Lesson Plans

Students use learning technologies (Geometer’s Sketch pad) to facilitate solving a problem. Specifically, they use two models. One that shows a visual representation of Eratosthenes process and a test his equation for all values of theta.


Area Circumference, Miriam Santana-Valadez, Helen Fox Aug 2004

Area Circumference, Miriam Santana-Valadez, Helen Fox

Lesson Plans

Students will be able to identify and apply formulas for the circumference and area of a circle in the design of a vegetable garden for Science class


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.


Disease Transmittance And Population Dynamics, Logan Newman, Brian Bizzigotti, Kristen Frank Aug 2004

Disease Transmittance And Population Dynamics, Logan Newman, Brian Bizzigotti, Kristen Frank

Lesson Plans

At the end of this lesson the student will understand disease transmittance and the population dynamics of a disease with differing virulence rates


Connection Between Gradient And Slope, Joseph Zuniga, John Haag, Wilson Burgos Aug 2004

Connection Between Gradient And Slope, Joseph Zuniga, John Haag, Wilson Burgos

Lesson Plans

Students will consider how gradient (slope) affects the velocity of an object rolling down an incline.


Principles Of Diffusion, Alan Ribble, Roger Hakes Aug 2004

Principles Of Diffusion, Alan Ribble, Roger Hakes

Lesson Plans

Students will be able to describe 2 principles of diffusion that will be demonstrated and explained in models of diffusion. These are applied math and science principles used in inquiry methods of learning


Symmetry And Duplication, Amy Patric, David Peters, Thomas Mccarty Aug 2004

Symmetry And Duplication, Amy Patric, David Peters, Thomas Mccarty

Lesson Plans

The symmetry and duplication in bee hives and ant colonies will be compared to tiling the plane in TI-84.


Exploring Investing And The Stock Market, Brian Dinitto Aug 2004

Exploring Investing And The Stock Market, Brian Dinitto

Lesson Plans

To have students explore the relationship of compound interest, steady contribution, and time on savings. Also to compare this to the risks of investing in a variable stock market or lottery and the costs of risk for long term investment.


Mitosis, Beverly Lawson Aug 2004

Mitosis, Beverly Lawson

Lesson Plans

The goal of this lesson is for students to have applicable understanding as to why a cell divides through watching and observing the changing of the cells.


Solving Quadratic Equations By Using Square Roots, Miriam Santana-Valadez Aug 2004

Solving Quadratic Equations By Using Square Roots, Miriam Santana-Valadez

Lesson Plans

Providing models of physical examples of real world situations with the same basic shape as the graph of a quadratic function.


Key Idea For Modeling / Multiple Representation, Jessica Phillips Aug 2004

Key Idea For Modeling / Multiple Representation, Jessica Phillips

Lesson Plans

According to the New York State Standards for Mathematics, students will be working with the Key Idea for Modeling / Multiple Representation.


Studying Mathematical Relationships Using Ti Calculator, Carneathea Melson Jul 2004

Studying Mathematical Relationships Using Ti Calculator, Carneathea Melson

Lesson Plans

Students use mathematical modeling/ multiple representation to provide a means of presenting, interpreting, communicating, and connecting mathematical information and relationships. They will be able to use the graphic calculator to model the data and choose proper mathematical model to simulate the data.