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- Prealgebra aligned to CCSS-M Standards
- Student Resources
- Graph! (motivational rap video) [parody of Usher's Yeah!]
- Probability Lesson: Three Shots
- Sphero Maze Lesson
- Algebra 1 Aligned to CCSS-M Standards
- Students use function notation, evaluate functions for inputs in their domains, and interpret statements that use function notation in terms of a context.
- Geometry Aligned to CCSS-M Standards
- Interactive Math Websites
- Curriki Calculus

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### Prealgebra aligned to CCSS-M Standards

by Allen Wolmer

This collection contains resources for a course in Prealgebra. The resources are organized by Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and reflect an eighth grade course. Both teacher facing and student facing assets are included and are of various forms, e.g. text, video, and animations.

### Student Resources

by Allen Wolmer

Irrational NumbersSupports the following Standards of Mathematical Practice• 2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively.• 5 Use appropriate tools strategically.• 6 Attend to precision.• 7 Look for and make use of structure.• 8 Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

### Graph! (motivational rap video) [parody of Usher's Yeah!]

by Amelia Ruzicka

In this motivational rap music video, a familiar song with a catchy beat reviews the basics of slope-intercept form and graphing. Instructional note: I like to play math songs, raps, and videos as students enter the room to get them excited about exploring new concepts. I also use them to increase engagement during review activities for assessments. Students who are not even on my roster hear the music as they walk down the hallway and say, "Man, I wish I was in that math class!"

### Probability Lesson: Three Shots

by Amelia Ruzicka

In the 2005 Conference-USA Tournament game, Memphis player Darius Washington Jr. was fouled at the buzzer during a three-point shot. With his team down by two to Louisville, he stepped up to the foul line for three shots.In this lesson, students will compute the probabilities of a win, loss, or tie for Memphis. They will also determine whether or not it was smart for Louisville to foul at the buzzer, and will investigate the conditions when fouling at the buzzer in a close game makes sense

### Sphero Maze Lesson

by hwhitt@madison.k12.al.us

This is a single lesson using the Sphero Robotic ball to explore geometry.

### Algebra 1 Aligned to CCSS-M Standards

by Allen Wolmer

This collection contains resources for a course in Algebra 1. The resources are organized by Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and reflect a ninth grade course. Both teacher facing and student facing assets are included and are of various forms, e.g. text, video, and animations.

Students understand that a function from one set (called the domain) to another set (called the range) assigns each element of the domain to exactly one element of the range.Students use function notation, evaluate functions for inputs in their domains, and interpret statements that use function notation in terms of a context.Teacher and Student versions of full lesson from engageNY

### Geometry Aligned to CCSS-M Standards

by Allen Wolmer

This collection contains resources for a high school course in Geometry. The resources are organized by Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and reflect a ninth or tenth grade course. Both teacher facing and student facing assets are included and are of various forms, e.g. text, video, and animations.

### Interactive Math Websites

by Isaac Newton

This is a list of webpages that are sorted by the lesson for teachers use for review in class.

### Curriki Calculus

by Janet Pinto

This collection provides learning materials for all topics in the College Board’s course description for an AP Calculus AB course, as well as a small number of additional topics, such as L’Hopital’s Rule. The standards contained here are modeled after the Indiana Academic Standards for Mathematics – Calculus (Adopted April 2014 – Standards Correlation Guide Document 5-28-2014).Notes regarding this course:• There is content which is beyond what is currently contained in the AP Calculus AB course description, i.e. Logarithmic Differentiation and L’Hopital’s Rule. Both of these are useful topics to cover, and L’Hopital’s Rule, while not now a part of AP CalculusAB, will be added to the AP Calculus AB course description for the 2016-2017 academic year.• The collection is organized into five broad categories: Limits & Continuity (LC), Derivatives (D), Applications of Derivatives (AD), Integrals (I), and Applications of Integrals (AI). This categorization aligns closely, but not exactly, with the AP course description. Some specific topics could be placed in more than one category, e.g. Slope Fields could be placed in Applications of Derivatives or Integrals. Regardless of the categorization, all content in the AP Calculus AB Course Description is covered in this course.• The sequencing of the topics generally, but not rigidly, follows the sequence in which the course would be taught. While the categories would generally be covered in the order presented, specific content within the categories could be effectively covered in a number of different sequences.

Math Resources

This collection contains resources for a course in Prealgebra. The resources are organized by Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and reflect an eighth grade course. Both teacher facing and student facing assets are included and are of various forms, e.g. text, video, and animations.

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Irrational NumbersSupports the following Standards of Mathematical Practice• 2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively.• 5 Use appropriate tools strategically.• 6 Attend to precision.• 7 Look for and make use of structure.• 8 Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

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In this motivational rap music video, a familiar song with a catchy beat reviews the basics of slope-intercept form and graphing. Instructional note: I like to play math songs, raps, and videos as students enter the room to get them excited about exploring new concepts. I also use them to increase engagement during review activities for assessments. Students who are not even on my roster hear the music as they walk down the hallway and say, "Man, I wish I was in that math class!"

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In the 2005 Conference-USA Tournament game, Memphis player Darius Washington Jr. was fouled at the buzzer during a three-point shot. With his team down by two to Louisville, he stepped up to the foul line for three shots.In this lesson, students will compute the probabilities of a win, loss, or tie for Memphis. They will also determine whether or not it was smart for Louisville to foul at the buzzer, and will investigate the conditions when fouling at the buzzer in a close game makes sense

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This is a single lesson using the Sphero Robotic ball to explore geometry.

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This collection contains resources for a course in Algebra 1. The resources are organized by Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and reflect a ninth grade course. Both teacher facing and student facing assets are included and are of various forms, e.g. text, video, and animations.

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Students understand that a function from one set (called the domain) to another set (called the range) assigns each element of the domain to exactly one element of the range.Students use function notation, evaluate functions for inputs in their domains, and interpret statements that use function notation in terms of a context.Teacher and Student versions of full lesson from engageNY

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This collection contains resources for a high school course in Geometry. The resources are organized by Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and reflect a ninth or tenth grade course. Both teacher facing and student facing assets are included and are of various forms, e.g. text, video, and animations.

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This is a list of webpages that are sorted by the lesson for teachers use for review in class.

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This collection provides learning materials for all topics in the College Board’s course description for an AP Calculus AB course, as well as a small number of additional topics, such as L’Hopital’s Rule. The standards contained here are modeled after the Indiana Academic Standards for Mathematics – Calculus (Adopted April 2014 – Standards Correlation Guide Document 5-28-2014).Notes regarding this course:• There is content which is beyond what is currently contained in the AP Calculus AB course description, i.e. Logarithmic Differentiation and L’Hopital’s Rule. Both of these are useful topics to cover, and L’Hopital’s Rule, while not now a part of AP CalculusAB, will be added to the AP Calculus AB course description for the 2016-2017 academic year.• The collection is organized into five broad categories: Limits & Continuity (LC), Derivatives (D), Applications of Derivatives (AD), Integrals (I), and Applications of Integrals (AI). This categorization aligns closely, but not exactly, with the AP course description. Some specific topics could be placed in more than one category, e.g. Slope Fields could be placed in Applications of Derivatives or Integrals. Regardless of the categorization, all content in the AP Calculus AB Course Description is covered in this course.• The sequencing of the topics generally, but not rigidly, follows the sequence in which the course would be taught. While the categories would generally be covered in the order presented, specific content within the categories could be effectively covered in a number of different sequences.

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