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It's inevitable. One day Zombies will take over Earth. If you are not preparing your students, you are being irresponsible. If you want to turn your "dead" exponential and logarithm unit into an "undead" one, this might work for you. Turn your Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus into a forum for United Nation

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

Harness the excitement of NCAA March Madness with this huge project for secondary math teachers that follows all stages of the tournament! This Common Core aligned bundle comes with bonus parts not sold individually in my store so you can create a rich immersion in the tournament, practice probabil

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Every minute of relief can count for something. Once medicine enters the blood stream it will soon have its most powerful effect because it has its highest concentration. Over time the concentration reduces and once it reaches a certain level, the medicine will no longer be effective. The concentrat

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

Invented in the 1940s by Willard Libby, carbon dating is a process by which archaelogists measure the carbon-14 content in a fossil to determine its approximate age. People and animals acquire carbon-14 by eating plants and animals. Once an organism dies, the amount of carbon-14 in the organism beg

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This is a great project for high school students taking Algebra 1, geometry, or Algebra 2. I did this project with my Algebra 2 class composed of 34 students, 8 of which are Limited English Proficient students and 2 are Exceptional Student Education students. They loved it! Students worked collabora

This is a great Algebra 1 or 2 project. Students have to research the housing market and use the concepts of slope, linear regression, and plotting points on a coordinate plane in a real world setting to analyze 20 homes. I've done this project many times and the students love the connection between

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With an influx of data and statistics standards into different levels of the Common Core, a greater emphasis is placed on students understanding data and administering questionnaires (now in the new Algebra 2). This 21st Century Math Project intends to help provide an outline and structure to a proj

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

This is a project idea that has the student finding real-life examples of all 4 types of slope (positive, negative, zero & undefined). Directions, a grading rubric and a complete example are included. Great for extra credit!
This resource can also be found in the Slope Mini-Bundle which contai

Bring your students into the world of double blind medical studies. Every day, doctors and hospitals rely on scientific studies and research to make healthcare decisions for patients. Are some medicines more effective than others? Do certain types of patients benefit more from certain types of treat

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Also included in: Correlations & Advanced Stats -- Pre-Calculus Curriculum Bundle

Take your class on a trip with functions. In this 21st Century Math Project, international travel and currency conversion provide the hook to teach defining basic functions and finding inverses. Using exchange rates, students will practice converting into currencies they may never have heard of befo

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Also included in: Relations, Functions & Patterns -- Algebra Curriculum Unit Bundle - All You Need

Correlations and Causation should be abundantly clear when students examine data of the Health and Wealth of over 80 nations around the world. The world is ever-changing and it is important for students to have a basic level of global awareness. In this 21st Century Math Project, students will use r

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

As the world's population has ballooned in the past three centuries researchers wait for the other pen to drop. This 21st Century Math Project investigates! Currently sitting at a cool 7 billion (and counting), researchers believe (based on their models) that the world's population will top out at 9

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

Do your students know what Algebra is??
This is a project idea I use at the beginning of the year with Algebra 1 students. The goal of the project is to get them thinking about, researching and dabbling in what it means to be studying Algebra.
The student creates a poster defining Algebra and dec

Students collect and analyze college tuition data to determine the exponential or linear line of best fit, and predict future tuition costs. Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the following skills:
• Gather accurate data and create a table
• Graph a scatter plo

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Experts believe that in the next twenty years the internet will be as integrated into our life as electricity. Today, the internet holds more information than you could read in 1,000 lifetimes. Today, there are 644 million active websites and that number is growing each day. In the United States, we

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Also included in: Power, Polynomial & Radical Functions -- Algebra 2 Curriculum Unit Bundle

This is a great project idea to connect topics in Algebra 2 with the real world. This project could be presented after End of Course Exams. The students will take an Algebra 2 topic of their choice and relate to something in the real world. Some examples of real world problems the students could use

This is a project that has students research different aspects of the mathematical world. They can either work as individuals or in pairs as they research topics such as Kaprekar's constant, the Konigsberg Bridge, the Golden Ratio, Pi, Pascal's Triangle, Euler Characteristics, Fibonacci Sequence, a

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This is a internet research and Excel spreadsheet project. Students will research 3 fast food meals and nutrition facts, then input the information into a spreadsheet. Follow-up questions are included. It is much easier to grade when the students email it to the teacher rather than saving on indiv

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In this activity students research information for a fake road trip. They then use their information to calculate cost, time, etc using proportions.

Inspired by the lie on the famous Wendy's Bag and the claim on the great Chipotle cup, I've created a project where the kids start off by validating the claim made by Wendy's a long time ago, looking at a facebook post, and researching toppings in other states. Then, students find a new business to

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