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## High-Interest Research Projects for Teens and Tweens! Radical Research!

Radical Research! Thematic High Interest Research and Informational Writing Units for Teens and Tweens! Buy the bundle and save \$1.50! Do you struggle keeping students engaged while researching? Are you looking for an authentic research project that aligns naturally with the themes that you tea
Subjects:
7th - 12th

## Exponents & Radicals Matrix - Project Based Learning (PBL) with Math

This project covers math standards related to both exponents & radicals. Students choose one task from each row of the matrix: one from exponents and one from radicals. Each activity is aligned with a specific multiple intelligence. Each activity is to be wholly original and unique. This project
Subjects:
7th - 10th
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## Exponents & Radicals Board Game - Project Based Learning (PBL) with Math

Students use creativity to demonstrate mastery with operations involving exponents and radicals. The Exponents & Radicals Board Game gives students the opportunity to create a wholly original game that incorporates: evaluating exponents, evaluating radicals, negative exponents, fractional expone
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7th - 9th
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## Algebra 2 - Solving Radical Equations Project - a-rei.2

Algebra - A-REI.2 or A.REI.2 Solve simple rational and radical equations in one variable, and give examples showing how extraneous solutions may arise. Solving radical equations. I'd so buy this if you would have made it for \$1. I had trouble figuring out a real world explanation for "why do we n
Subjects:
10th - 12th

## Exponents & Radicals Vocabulary Wheel - Project Based Learning (PBL) with Math

This project covers math standards related to both exponents & radicals. Students choose six of the ten key exponent and radicals vocabulary words, then match each of the chosen words to one of the six exemplar types. Students will then define and create a unique example for each word. Students
Subjects:
7th - 9th
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## Algebra 2 End of the year Project Final Review Radical Equations

Solve single and double square root equations and dream of the beach! Rigor intensifies as the problems continue.
Subjects:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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## World History: Radical Terrorism - Polaroid Project

Project – Students will pick 1 significant moment or event that occurred during the assigned historical period and create a polaroid to represent it. Student Learning Objectives:The student understands the development and use of radical Islamic terrorism in the second half of the 20th century and th
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8th - 11th
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## Operations with Radicals Puzzle Project

A customizable project template for teachers to use : Students are asked to construct a puzzle to test their ability to simplify radicals.
Subjects:
6th - 12th
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## World History: Radical Terrorism - Squash Book Project (Unit Summary)

Project – Students will research the political, economic, social and geographical characteristics of the historical period. Using their research and templates, students will create an explosion squash book. Student Learning Objective(s): The student understands the development and use of radical Isl
Subjects:
8th - 11th
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## World History: Radical Terrorism - Commemorative \$100 Bill Project

Project – The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) decided to create a special (limited-edition) commemorative \$100 bill. The bill will not feature Benjamin Franklin. Instead, students will research an important person from the assigned historical period. Students will redesign the money with the
Subjects:
8th - 11th
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## World History: Radical Terrorism - Political Graffiti Project

Project – Around the 1970s, graffiti became more politically focused. From “SANE BLEW KOCH 182,” on the Marlboro billboard in Queens to the 2006 anti-US graffiti depicting the Statue of Liberty as death on the wall of the former US embassy in Tehran. Often graffiti, like every form of art, reflects
Subjects:
8th - 11th
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Exponent Functions Summative SlideshowDistance learning summative assessment. Students will add two examples on each topic that is in the slide. This includes a rubric and could easily be tweaked to include different material for a different class. I have used this in my Basic Algebra class instead
Subjects:
9th - 12th

## World History: Radical Terrorism - Pixel Art Project

Activity – Students will create notes over a topic. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will create pixel art. Teks: (14) HistoryStudent Learning Objective:The student understands the development and use of radical Islamic terrorism in the second half of the 20th centur
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9th - 12th
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## Polynomial Radicals EVARISTE GALOIS Math Science WebQuest Research Project

GALOIS - Évariste Galois was a French mathematician and political activist. While still in his teens, he was able to determine a necessary and sufficient condition for a polynomial to be solvable by radicals, thereby solving a problem standing for 350 years.Engage your learners in fun, interactive,
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## World History: Radical Islamic Terrorism - Mini Accordion Book Project

Activity – Students will create notes over a topic. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will create a mini accordion book of the major events of a historical period. Student Learning Objective The student understands the development and use of radical Islamic terrorism
Subjects:
8th - 11th
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## World History:Radical Terrorism - Comic Book Project

Activity – Students will create notes over a topic. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will create an original comic. Student Learning Objective The student understands the development and use of radical Islamic terrorism in the second half of the 20th century and the
Subjects:
9th - 12th
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20 radical problems for students to solve. Included are a sheet for students to put their answers and work sheets for students to show all work. I use this as a project but could easily be spread out over several days to be homework or practice.
Subjects:
5th - 8th
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## Algebra 1 - Radical Expressions and Equations Unit Assessment - Project

This assessment gives students the freedom (with certain guidelines) to create radical equations to evaluate, then graph. Students also create their own right triangles with certain restrictions given, to then find the missing side lengths and missing angles using the basic trigonometric properties.
Subjects:
8th - 9th
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## Graph Square and Cube Root Project for Radicals for Algebra 2

Explore the graphs of Square and Cube Roots with this ready-to-use art project. Included in this resource: - Student pages - Teacher's guide Related Resources Include: ★ Law of Exponents and Scientific Notation Task Card Activity for Algebra 2 ★ Law of Exponents and Scientific Notation Coded Int
Subjects:
10th - 11th
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## Rational and Radical Expressions Student-Centered Project

Students will be assigned groups, and topics within the Rational and Radical Expression unit. They will create a PowerPoint, practice worksheet, quiz, and foldable/guided notes. The students will then present this information to the class, and become the teacher. Grading rubric included.
Subjects:
10th - 11th
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## Whodunnit? - Simplifying Radicals - Class Activity -Distance Learning Compatible

***THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH A GOOGLE SLIDES INTERACTIVE VERSION INCLUDED. REDOWNLOAD IF YOU HAVE IT ALREADY***Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topi
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7th - 12th
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## Math Projects Middle School Bundle for STEAM

Jump into middle school math concepts with this Art meets math bundle of creative math projects. Great for math lab days or stations. 8 Math meets arts lessons + a bonus resource of linear equations with Calder (\$45 VALUE). Each project includes:- Teacher's guidelines- Background information on a
Subjects:
6th - 8th
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## Algebra 2 Project Bundle for Algebra 2 Curriculum

Grab the 11 of the most popular Algebra 2 Projects and SAVE. These student-tested and approved projects include the following Algebra 2 concepts:- Linear equations and slope- Systems of equations- Quadratic Functions- Polynomials- Radical Functions- Probability- Statistics- Conic Sections- Trigonom
Subjects:
10th - 12th
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## Whodunnit? - Radical Equations - Class Activity - Distance Learning Compatible

***THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH A GOOGLE SLIDES INTERACTIVE VERSION INCLUDED. REDOWNLOAD IF YOU HAVE IT ALREADY***Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topi
Subjects: