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#### Flipped Math: Common Core Algebra 2

Algebra 2 pupils will flip over a 13-unit course that addresses Common Core standards designed for out-of-class learning. The first-semester unit covers polynomials, polynomial functions, radicals, transformations of functions, and...

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#### Common Core Algebra 2, Unit 10

Unit 10 in the Common Core Algebra 2 series focuses on graphing sine and cosine.
Learners discover how to find the amplitude and midline, both from the graphs and the function in standard form. They then graph sine and cosine with...

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#### Math Antics Geometry Video Lessons

The point of this collection of 12 videos is to introduce learners to three basic parts of geometry—points, lines, and planes. The presenter provides definitions, shows how to classify shapes, provides examples, and shows how to use...

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 2: The Concept of Congruence

Eighth graders delve deep into the concept of congruence with a 16-lesson math module. Lessons plans offer guided practice, inquiry-based learning opportunities, and independent practice. A mid-module assessment gauges progress while an...

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#### DoodleScience: A-Level Physics

Doodle Science A-Level Physics presents six fast-paced, short videos that provide a quick review of physics concepts. Covered topics include Newton’s Laws of Motion, Conservation of Momentum, Circular Motion, Gravitational Fields, Simple...

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#### Angles

Fourth and fifth graders investigate angles and name them according to the criteria for obtuse, acute, and right angles. They examine a human-made yarn pattern on the floor of their classroom and identify angles, vertices, and types of...

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#### The Angle Tangle

Fourth and fifth graders identify three types of angles, recognize that angles are measured in degrees, measure angles using protractors or angle rulers. They classify angles as a class, classify angles on pattern blocks, and complete a...

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#### Orienteering

Everything you wanted to know about orienteering, and more! Take your class on an adventure with this creative activity. You will need to gather some supplies and materials and maps for your specific location, but the unit sounds like it...

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#### College or Bust?

Based on a New York Times article, "The College Drop-Out Boom," participants in a fishbowl discussion formulate and express opinions about the correlation between level of education, career options, and economic mobility. Ample...

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#### SAT Prep: Test 8 Section 8 Part 2

One of Sal's greatest gifts to students in this SAT video series has been his demonstration of word problems. Because he writes out equations while simultaneously reading the information provided, he often arrives at the correct answer...

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#### Amplitude and Midline

Roll through two graphs. Learners see how the points from the unit circle allow easy construction of the graphs for sine and cosine using an instructional video. They discover how to find the amplitude and midline both from the graphs...

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#### Degrees of Freedom and Effect Sizes: Crash Course Statistics #28

Give learners the freedom to learn about hypothesis testing. The 28th installment of the Crash Course Statistics series focuses on degrees of freedom and effect size. It looks at how these concepts relate to t-tests and t-distributions.

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#### Latitude and Longitude Differentiated Lesson Plan

Scholars warm-up their map skills with a discussion using location words to describe familiar places. An engaging video informs class members about latitude and longitude. Three leveled activities extend the learning experience for...

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#### Me and My Career

Your career search starts here! Sixth grade scholars begin their journey toward college and career readiness in the first of a five-part series of lessons. Individuals identify where their interests lead them using the Holland code, then...

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#### Vector Direction

Scholars practice vector direction notation in multiple formats. After mastering each individually, they work to convert from one to another as one part in a series of lessons on vectors and projectiles.

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#### Arcs in Circles: Lesson

Taking a major look at arcs is not minor. A segment of an extensive playlist on geometry introduces the concept of an arc in a circle. The resource demonstrates how to find the measure of an arc and defines special types of arcs.

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#### Unit Circle: Special Angles—Just Know One

It's all about the patterns! Young scholars learn that the unit circle repeats itself in all four quadrants. Using these patterns, they evaluate the sine, cosine, and tangent of special angles.

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#### Measuring Angles: Lesson

Develop a degree of measurement. With the aid of a protractor, the video shows how to measure angles. The segment of a larger playlist on geometry basics points out that it is possible to start at a value other than zero when measuring...

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#### Radians: Just Another Way

Serve up angle measurements on paper plates. Pupils use paper plates and paper-folding techniques to create a unit circle with conversions for special angles. Using their plates, learners explore the relationship between angle...

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#### How the Königsberg Bridge Problem Changed Mathematics

There is one bridge too many. A video presents the history of the Konigsberg Bridge problem. To solve the problem, Euler invented a new branch of mathematics—and graph theory was born. Using this new branch of mathematics, mathematicians...

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#### Angles and Degrees

How do you determine the size of an angle? Pupils learn about degrees and how to measure the size of an angle. The video associates the measurements to types of angles such as acute, obtuse, and right. The additive properties of angle...

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#### Conversion between Degrees and Radians: Arc and Radians Relationship

How are arc lengths and radians related? An interactive resource demonstrates the relationship as pupils create arc lengths in a unit circle and compare them to the angle measurements. Questions ask individuals to build upon this...

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#### Conversion between Degrees and Radians: Clock Angles and Measures

It's 3:30, what radian is it? Pupils create clock angles on a clock and determine the radian measure to the minute hand. They then use a conversion factor to convert from one measurement to another.

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#### Six Trigonometric Functions and Radians: Degrees to Radians and Back Again!

How do degrees relate to radians? The interactive allows pupils to manipulate the size of an angle in a unit circle to help see that relationship. Users determine the radian measure for given degree measures of angles, realizing the...