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# Trigonometry Teacher Resources

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8th
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Eighth graders make up their own real life scenarios and then show how they would solve them. They write a note to a fictitious friend who was absent from school explaining the process of converting any fraction to a percent.

163
9th - 12th
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Students research the basic philosophical and ethical ideas of Islam and the ways in which they are similar to or different from other major religions of the world.

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12th
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Twelfth graders use Algebra and Geometry to solve a real life problem at the Zoo.

34
9th - 12th
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Sudents examine the types of instruments that can be used for marine navigation and position-finding. They practice using an astrolabe to solve trigonometric problems.

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9th - 12th
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Learners generate parametric equations to describe the position of planets relative to the sun. They combine the equations to describe the position of Mars relative to Earth.

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4th - 5th
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Students discuss and explore various geometric shapes. They view a chart, identify geometric shapes in the classroom, and construct and label eight geometric shapes using Geo-boards and Popsicle sticks.

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K
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Students explore the concept of time using both the analog and digital clocks in this five lessons unit. A variety of activities provides an opportunity for the learner to order events sequentially investigate the length of a minute, and tell time to th

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K - 2nd
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Students explore the similarities and differences between ocean mammals and fish. The characteristics of the life forms observed are placed onto a graph. The classroom becomes the botom of the sea and is explored to gain the required data.

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1st
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First graders explore counting and classification. They sort leaves, create graphs, write sentences for the data in the graphs, develop graphs for shapes, favorite animals, birthdays, and participate in a die prediction game.

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3rd
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Third graders observe moths and butterflies, recording their likes and differences. They write a comparison/contrast essay about the two.