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The Effects of Limited Space on a Culture
Students predict the impact of population density on shelter, transportation, recreation, land use, and social skills and then research that impact on Japan. They write a response about the impact of population density on food production, the cost of housing, and social behavior.
Lesson 4: Constitution Principles: Popular Sovereignty and Limited Government
Big questions deserve big answers. What is popular sovereignty, limited government, and citizenship? The class discusses voter apathy and citizenship, writes poems about citizenship, and blogs daily about model citizenship. Handouts accompany this thought-provoking lesson on how our government came to be a democracy.
Calculus Worksheet: Limits of Functions (2)-Squeeze Theorem
In this limits of functions worksheet, learners find the limits of 4 functions. In this limits worksheet, sstudents are given two functions. They find the limits of multiplying these two functions. Learners find the limits of three more problems using only one of the given functions.
Limits of Functions
In this calculus activity, 12th graders solve problems containing limits using the rules of limits. There are 2 questions on this activity requiring students to show knowledge of the rules of limits.
STOICHIOMETRY AND LIMITING REACTANT REVIEW
In this chemistry activity, students read the sheet as a review of chemical reactions and study the answers for the 18 questions and use it as a guide.
Gender Shouldn't Limit You!
Students examine political gender biases. In this Teaching Tolerance activity, students participate in a mock classroom election which requires them to vote for a boy or a girl. Students discuss the election results and gender bias.
Limits of Functions
In this limits of functions worksheet, students find the limits of given functions. This one-page worksheet contains 3 multi-step problems.
Limits of Functions
In this limits learning exercise, students find the limits of given functions. This two-page learning exercise contains 4 multi-step problems.
Limitations of the Police Force
In this British law enforcement worksheet, students learn why police had such difficulty tracking down and capturing 'Jack the Ripper' in the Whitechapel murders of 1888. Three questions are listed for students to complete.
Gender Shouldn't Limit You
Young scholars decide what gender should be their classroom president. In this gender role lesson, students debate on the roles of the genders, and if they ever intertwine.
Return Intervals & Reasoning from Tabular Data
Students calculate derivatives from a set of data. For this calculus lesson, students estimate the limit at infinity. They complete a Return Interval handout at the end of the lesson.
The Derivative as a Limit
Students investigate derivatives. For this calculus lesson, students investigate the derivative as a limit through the use of the TI-89.
Lesson 3: Constitution Principles: Popular Sovereignty and Limited Government
Explore two principles of the Constitution. This plan encourages seniors to focus in on popular sovereignty and limited government. They examine the relationship between popular sovereignty, limited government, and citizenship as they complete the provided handouts. This lesson has learners considering questions similar to those that America's first leaders had to consider. Consider extending this activity by having groups of learners create their own set of principles.
Epsilon Delta Limit Definition 2
By using the Epsilon Delta definition of limits, Sal shows listeners how to prove an example limit problem. Specifically, given any epsilon distance away from L, the limit of f(x), he finds a delta that is within delta of the x value where then f(x) is within epsilon of the limit L.
Sal examines more limit problems by looking at taking the limit of expressions that contain absolute value and other trigonometric limits. He continues to challenge the learner to develop an intuitive feel for solving limit problems.
Epsilon Delta Limit Definition 1
The Epsilon Delta Definition of a limit is introduced with the purpose of helping the listener gain some insight into the idea of the definition before Sal goes into the more mathematical detail of proving a limit in the next video.
Limiting Factors for Populations
The "Bottled Bacteria" activity instructions are a bit unclear, but the remaining activities investigating limiting factors in ecosystems are well-written. Learners model the exosystem of a bear and a herd of deer. They set up a population of bean seedlings and vary growth factors. When working with populations in your environmental studies or ecology class, this resource will provide plenty of material.
Limiting Reagents and Percent Yield Problems
Twelve questions about the various calculations of mass and yield are given here. There is significant practice of molarity calculations and consideration of the reactant and product balance.
Who Is to Blame for Romeo and Juliet's Death?
Who done it? As the culmination of a unit study of Romeo and Juliet, class members must decide who (or what) is to blame for the death of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers. After engaging in a series of preparatory activities, including focused readings and discussions, individuals craft an argumentative essay in which they present their case, their evidence, and then analyze counter arguments. The packet includes all necessary materials, as well as links to additional resources. A must for your Romeo and Juliet curriculum file.
New! Task: Range of Motion
If you have ever injured your shoulder, you know it takes a while to improve your arm's range of motion. In this real-world example, young mathematicians gain insight into the world of physical therapy while they analyze a case study using protractor skills, properties of right triangles, and the trigonometric sine ratio.