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- Available Lessons: 170
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryUse our lessons, lesson plan outlines and activities in your secondary math classroom to enhance learning for your students. You'll find helpful tools such as video and text lessons, discussion questions and project ideas to encourage student participation and support their learning of basic math topics.
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About This Course
Simplify the teaching of various secondary math topics, such as graphing, logarithms and exponents, with these lesson plan outlines. Games and activities centered around algebra and geometry concepts show students the application of these concepts in fun and creative ways.
How It Works
Depending on the individual chapters that comprise this course, you can use these lesson plans to have your students watch and discuss short videos, participate in activities and pursue extended projects that further support the learning of this material. Informative lessons not only provide the basis for class discussions but allow you as the teacher to review your knowledge of these math topics.
This course includes:
- Engaging videos accessible from any device
- Short, printable lesson transcripts
- Suggested group and individual class and homework activities
- Text displaying easy language and examples to fully illustrate each lesson plan
- Self-assessment quizzes that help you gauge your knowledge of the topics addressed in each lesson
- Opportunities to contact instructors online with any questions you might have about this course
How It Helps
- Offers informative lessons: Chapters within this course give detailed instructions about how to use lessons to support your existing syllabus.
- Satisfies curriculum standards: Each lesson plan adheres to the guidelines for these topics as addressed by Common Core standards.
- Details helpful strategies: Lesson plan outlines give suggestions for games and other activities that your students can have fun with and that will enhance their learning experience.
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|Probability & Statistics Lesson Plans|| Informative lessons addressing definitions of probability, standard deviation and mean, median and mode|
Lesson plan outlines for calculating standard deviation and mean, median and mode
Examples of simple, compound and complementary events
|Exponents & Logarithms Lesson Plans|| Definition and properties of exponents|
Lesson plans and practice problems for scientific notation
|Algebra Lesson Plans||Informative lessons and lesson plans for order of operations, absolute value, solving inequalities, parallel and perpendicular lines, reference angles, unit circle, distributive property, systems of equations and combining like terms|
|Geometry Lesson Plans||Informative lessons and lesson plans for introductory geometry, tessellation, coordinate geometry, types of angles, surface area, triangles, Pythagorean theorem and 3D shapes|
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