Archives for 10th Grade

Street Yourself

What if there isn't a straight line from point A to point B? Students learning about combinations and statistics as they try to find their way home.

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InSync 2

As if synchronized diving wasn't intense enough. We have some more synched up scenarios for you to dive into.

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36 For The Dance Floor – Part 2

If you build it, the party people will come...and who doesn't like to party? Students will explore the relationship between dance floors, perimeters, and areas by creating and describing functions.

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Criss Cross Crash

This lesson is designed to bring on some exciting crashes. You never know when a crash is going to happen. Strap on your racing boots, along with your pencils and paper...it's time to race!
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Cannonball

Cannonball!!! Watch out! While this lesson probably won't get you wet, it is likely to cause some knowledge overflow as you analyze patterns found in a stack of cannonballs.

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Spelling Mathematically

May I have the (0,0) of the word, please. Students use desmos along with equations and their respective domains and ranges to graph their names in desmos.

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Square Are They?

How many squares are on a chessboard? Student use critical thinking and problem solving skills to come up with a surprising complex and very interesting answer.

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Up, Up, and Away

The answer to the questions you've had about balloons since you were just a youngster. Students will use unit rate and conversions to write liner functions about the carrying capacity of balloons.

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Space Jam

Students will use their knowledge of quadratic function, solving equations, and solutions to equations to model and solve some cosmic applications of hang time and vertical jump heights.

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