In this download you will find links to resources for information regarding OK C3 standards and CCSS. These resources include detailed information about CCSS as well as practical resources for Authentic Implementation of OK C3 standards and CCSS.
Students will investigate logistic functions as mathematical models of real world processes such as the spread of infectious disease.
Students build a 5″ x 5″ x 5″ cube and explore its properties and reason their way through the development of two distinct cubes that represent “half” of the size of the original cube.
What would happen to the sea life if the temperature of the ocean were just five degrees different? Have you ever wondered why the ocean temperature is so constant?
This teacher resource will explore how to teach students to articulate the experimental design process, used in Math and Science, through writing.
In this lesson, students develop a personal 2-D timeline, free write about who they are, develop a haiku based on their future, and then do data gathering and organizing in order to prepare their own infographic.
In Where’s the Beef? (Part 3), students are invested in the question and explore quadratic equations, matrices, discriminants, and parent graphs.
Explore what is behind the environmental change and what creative solutions are being sought. Students have a unique opportunity to combine statistical analysis and persuasive writing skills as they survey their class and their community, attempting to understand their opinions about global warming.
This lesson is a continuation of an Algebra 1 lesson, “Where’s the Beef? (Part 1)” This lesson considers what errors might occur if that assumption is not true, serving as the beginning of multiple Algebra 2 extensions.
In this interdisciplinary lesson, students will consider previous knowledge of the environment and the effects of the combustion of fossil fuels. Utilizing media from the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board, students will explore the effects of fossil fuels in the national and statewide economy.