# Mathematics

**The lesson on triangle sum theorem, exterior angle theorem and parallel line relationships revolved around the online teaching tool Quizlet live. I used this technology as a review of the concepts before they took a quiz as a reinforcement of the material.**

Given numerical expressions of like and unlike values, students will use virtual tools and concrete manipulatives to explore equations and further their understanding of equality & the meaning of the equal sign.

We will graph cosine and sine functions and identify the amplitude, period, and phase shift.

Students practice the distributive property with variables on both sides. They make a recap of a given problem. Students must discuss with their group how to do the problem and then use appropriate math language as they complete the problem.

This lesson focuses on students learning how to interpret unit rate as slope using digital math tools. Students are directly instructed on this topic, then explore the topic through a Desmos interactive application activity.

**Understanding characteristics of quadratic functions and connections between various representations, tables, graphs and equations, are developed in this unit. The symmetry of the function values can be found in the table, the graph and the equation.**

This is a lesson on L'Hospital's rule which is an AP Calculus AB/BC topic. Students will learn about indeterminate forms and how to use a derivative to determine the limit.

This lesson focuses on instructing students on how to use the online Go Math resources to persevere in problem solving while working on challenging homework problems. Students will be learning a lesson on angle relationships, in addition to, learning about the resources available to them.

Students will explore 2-dimensional shapes and work together to draw a model town whose neighborhoods, parks, and buildings showcase features of those shapes.

Second graders will practice modeling, acting out, and transcribing division number stories.