Mathematician Joan Clarke, Inverse Operations, Mathematics in Crypotgraphy, and an Early Intro to Functions!
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This resource can be taught alone or as an integrated theme across subjects!
As you know, integration leads to greater student engagement, deeper understanding, and higher-order thinking skills for our students. However, coordinating integration across multiple subject areas can be quite an undertaking. That’s where Spiral Studies comes in. We’re a group of TpT teacher-authors and we’ve combined our expertise to make absolutely turn-key integrated units for you and/or your team. If you’d like to turn this lesson into an integrated unit we’d suggest working with your team (or independently if you teach multiple subject areas) and checking out the Spiral Studies Women in History MINI UNITS in each of our stores.
This Download Includes:
- Who Was Joan Clarke? Lesson Plan
- Scavenger Hunt Activity with encoded answers leading to the next information station
- Folding note sheet and decoder sheets for Scavenger Hunt Activity
- Encoding Activity - Partner Practice
- Follow-Up Worksheet
- Optional Challenge
- Additional Resources for Integrating this math mini-unit with the other subjects
About the Integration Option
The teacher-authors from Math Giraffe
, Kate’s Classroom Café
, History Gal
, and Brain Waves Instruction
have teamed up to create engaging, rigorous, and interactive integrated units
that can be easily implemented in middle school classrooms. We call them SPIRAL STUDIES.
Where can I get the other subject area lessons to go with this?
Who Was Mathematican Joan Clarke?
Who Was Scientist Rachel Carson?
Who Was Emily Dickinson?
Who Was Cleopatra?
Check out the preview file for more detail!
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