Students will compare surface areas and volumes of cylinders of ice cream, rectangular prisms of ice cream, scoops, and cones. Made for use after finishing the surface area and volume unit in geometry. I give my students ice cream to eat afterwards.
Students will work through guided investigations of patterns that lead to general formulas for circles. This activity will allow students to discover how to find the angle when two lines intersect inside a circle (half the sum of the intercepted
This is a SMART Notebook lesson revolving around zero and negative exponent properties. This also includes simplifying expressions with zero and negative exponents, scientific notation, and problems to require students to work backwards using the
This is a guided notes word document based on quadratic functions. The lesson begins with different quadratics graphs and how the shapes are changed by different equations. (ex: more narrow/wide or translations on the y-axis) The lesson then moves