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- Durham, NC
Dilation Teacher Resources
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Students review the standards expected of them in their different math classes. For this math review of different indicators, students review a chart that holds them accountable for certain standards. They answer questions about each indicator and what supplies are needed to help each indicator be completed.
Students formulate a definition of tessellations by comparing and contrasting different patterns and shapes of real objects. They discuss the relatioship between shapes and patterns as well as their function in the real world. Students examine a problem or phenonmenon through multiple perspectives.
High schoolers explore the concept of parabolas. In this parabolas lesson, students discuss the effects of coefficients on the shape of the parabola graph. High schoolers work in groups to graph on poster board and explain how coefficients change their parent graph of a parabola to their classmates.
For this mathematics worksheet, students solve problems about numerous high school topics including trigonometry, algebra, and pre-calculus. This worksheet contains, but is not limited to, radicals, inverse functions, transformations, and trigonometric functions. This twenty-four page worksheet contains thirty-two multi-step problems.
Students explore the concept of geometry. In this geometry lesson, students practice problems from the geometry regents exam. Students answer practice problems that are multiple choice. Students answer questions involving angle measures, parallel lines, shapes, congruent figures, circles, perpendicular lines, etc.
In this similar triangles worksheet, 10th graders solve and complete 42 various types of problems. First, they match the words and the symbols with the correct theorem statement. Then, students find the ratios of the corresponding sides to determine whether the triangles are similar. They also write a similarity statement.
Students use digital cameras to document school experiences. Afterwards, they use computer software to manipulate their photos and write poetry, essays or biographies to compliment the pictures. Finally, students create an autobiographical photo-essay slide show documenting the year's school events.