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4434Graphing Sine
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=704361
This stand-alone instructional resource begins with reviewing trigonometric ratios and generates the unit circle and graph of the sine function.Web 2.0 Calculator
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=677887
'This is a fantastic scientific-based calculator that is available only on the web. It’s simple to use, easy to understand, and functions like nobody’s business. The site itself offers the code for the widget version of this app to put on your own sites (if you so desire), and besides that, there are a few forums for you to participate, and talk about math and stuff. There is also a link to a forumulary area.'Numbers and Operation: Place Value lesson for Grade 3
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=673565
Students recognize patterns in place-value, show the standard form of a 5-digit number, write the number in expanded form and word form, and apply their knowledge and evaluated for accuracy using individual white boards.Double Bar Graph elementary lesson and activity
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=641835
This is an activity to teach third-fifth grade students learn how to conduct a survey and create a double bar graph on their own. They will also input their information into a computer program that will generate a graph. They will use a tally table for their survey.Calculating Area of Non-Standard Figures
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=595548
This is a lesson plan following the Instructional Design Template. It allows students the opportunity to explore the ideas and concepts of area, using their classroom dimensions as a real world experiment. Additionally, students view a short online video reiterating the content.Decimal Place Value StAIR
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=554351
This is a stand-alone instructional resource for use in an elementary classroom (grades 3-5). It reviews decimal and whole number place value. The presentation requires input from the learner and provides feedbak based on this input.פוריה: עושים גלים
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=506792
דף מידע בנושא התמרת או פירוק פוריה: פירוק של פונקציה כלשהי, לרכיבים מחזוריים שלה. מכיל יישומון המדגים כיצד ניתן להרכיב פונקציה כללית מאוד משילוב של פונקציות מחזוריות (גלי סינוס בעוצמות שונות). מופיע במדור למידה מתוקשבת באתר מכון דוידסון.Making Computer Science and Engineering
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=502018
This website is a lesson plan to help teachers make computer science and engineering fun for students. By stating the problem and need for making CSE fun, letting teachers know how it relates to real-world situations, and giving 4 objectives (performing skills, recalling facts, identifing concepts, & applying principles)This lesson plan will also have content of basic ideas to make CSE more interesting for students. It will have evaluations of test and/or observations for skills learned and technology applied. Lastly, this website will give teachers/educators a method using motivation, socialization, audience this lesson is geared towards, and the technology needs to successfully complete this lesson.Movement with Functions: Lesson 3
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=452542
In this lesson, students use remote-controlled cars to create a system of equations. The solution of the system corresponds to the cars crashing. Multiple representations are woven together throughout the lesson, using graphs, scatter plots, equations, tables, and technological tools. Students calculate the time and place of the crash mathematically, and then test the results by crashing the cars into each other.Movement with Functions: Lesson 2
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=451756
A common problem when students learn about the slope-intercept equation y = mx + b is that they mechanically substitute for m and b without understanding their meaning. This lesson is intended to provide students with a method for understanding that m is a rate of change and b is the value when x = 0. This kinesthetic activity allows students to form a physical interpretation of slope and y-intercept by running across a football field. Students will be able to verbalize the meaning of the equation to reinforce understanding and discover that slope (or rate of movement) is the same for all sets of points given a set of data with a linear relationship.