This activity was created to allow students to incorporate their personal interests meaningfully into their math work.
Students should choose 8 different themes that represent them or things they like. For example, baseball, soccer, cheer leading,
Question types include multiple choice, short answer, and always, sometimes, and never.
Quadrilaterals assessed include squares, rectangles, trapezoids, rhombi, kites, and parallelograms.
Knowledge of special quadrilaterals including associated
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Students are given various info such as center, radius, graph, and/or diameter to write the equation of a graph.
Students are also given equations of circles and asked to graph them.
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In this assignments, students are given the task of finding pictures in which they can see right, acute, obtuse, and straight angles .
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