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Equations: Hands-On Teacher Notes MA.A.3.3.2 MA.D.1.3.1 MA.D.2.3.1 Conceptual Understanding Variables Solving Equations Zero Property Addition Property of Equality Procedural Knowledge Algorithms for Solving Equations Problem Solving Reasoning Connections Representation Using manipulatives allows students to better visualize mathematical concepts. The Hand-On Equations manipulatives help students...

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USF - FCAT - 8
Walking the Plank: Teacher NotesMA.A.3.3.2 MA.D.1.3.1 MA.D.1.3.2 MA.D.2.3.1 MA.D.2.3.2 MA.E.1.3.1 MA.E.3.3.1Conceptual Understanding Data Collection Graphing Calculators Interpret Data Procedural Knowledge y = mx + b Graphing Linear Equations Mak
USF - FCAT - 8
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Daily Dilemma # 1: Answer Key1. \$12.95 7 = \$90.65 2.3. 50 stickers There are 5 rows with 10 stickers in each row. 4. 27 13 = 14 sneakers So there are 7 pairs of sneakers; the 13 regular shoes make 6 pairs of regular shoes.5. Cubes for hallway
USF - FCAT - 5
Daily Dilemma # 5: Answer Key 1. 22 4 = 18 shells for Katelyn 6 = 18 so Devin has 3 shells2. Let a = age of panda 2 (a + 7) = 22 So, a + 7 = 11 and a=43. Turns of handle Depth of bucket 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 323691215192124When t
USF - FCAT - 5
Daily Dilemma #7: Answer Key1. In 1692 the tree had been planted 1692 1620 = 72 years. So the tree was 72 + 7 = 79 years old. 2. There are about 13 6 = 78 buildings altogether. 46 buildings are shown so 78 46 = 32 hidden buildings. 3. Time (in m
USF - FCAT - 5
Daily Dilemma #8: Answer Key branch hits 4 for 4 8 = 32 points knot hits 2 for 2 10 = 20 points branch hits 4 for 4 8 = 32 points knot hits 3 for 3 10 = 30 points1.Team 1:Team 2:Total points: 32 + 20 + 32 + 30 = 114 points2.factors of
USF - FCAT - 5
Daily Dilemma #3: Answer Key1. Let a = Prince Henrys age when he became interested in ships 2 (a + 12) = 50 so a = 13 years old 2. Turns of wheel Height of sail 3 4 6 8 9 12 12 16 15 20 18 24 21 28 24 32So 24 turns of the wheel opens the sail 32
USF - FCAT - 5
Daily Dilemma #4: Answer Key1. Let a = age of the lion 2 (a + 14) = 46 So a = 9 years old 2. Turns of reel Depth of hook 5 3 10 6 15 9 20 12 25 15 30 18 35 21 40 24 45 27He turned the reel 45 times to catch a fish 27 feet down. Every time Peter t
USF - FCAT - 5
Daily Dilemma #1: ActivityNameDate1. Mr. Brown earns \$12.95 per hour working for the city of Clearwater. He works a 7-hour day. How much does Mr. Brown earn per day? Work: Answer:2. Leif Ericson had a map where he wants to put the points for
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Daily Dilemma #4: Activity Name Date1. Sandy wanted to know the age of the lion at Lowry Park Zoo. She was told that if she added 14 to the age of the lion and doubled it, the lion would be 46 years old. How old was the lion? (2pts.) Work: Answer:
USF - FCAT - 5
Daily Dilemma #5: Activity Name_ Date_1. Katelyn found 22 seashells at the beach. If she puts 4 of the shells back in the water, she will have exactly 6 times as many as Devin. How many shells does Devin have? (2pts.) Work: Answer:2. Rick wanted
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Name _ Date _A Defence of Free-Thinking in Mathematics: In answer To a Pamphlet of Philalethes Cantabrigiensis, intitled, Geometry no Friend to Infidelity, or a Defence of Sir ISAAC NEWTON, and the BRITISH Mathematicians. Also an Appendix concernin
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Name _ Date _A Defence of Free-Thinking in Mathematics: In answer To a Pamphlet of Philalethes Cantabrigiensis, intitled, Geometry no Friend to Infidelity, or a Defence of Sir ISAAC NEWTON, and the BRITISH Mathematicians. Also an Appendix concernin
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From the Blue Fairy Book, Edited by Andrew Lang have the hale, he would only get it wi her curse. The young man, thinking he might hae to travel a far way, and not knowing when or how he might get other provisions, said he would like to hae the hale
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From the Blue Fairy Book, Edited by Andrew Lang have the hale, he would only get it wi her curse. The young man, thinking he might hae to travel a far way, and not knowing when or how he might get other provisions, said he would like to hae the hale
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The Moving Picture Girls Under the Palms or Lost in the Wilds of Florida By Laura Lee HopeChapter 13: Out in the BoatRuth and Alice looked at each other. It seemed almost impossible that there could be this conrmation of the news item they had rea
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The Moving Picture Girls Under the Palms or Lost in the Wilds of Florida By Laura Lee HopeChapter 13: Out in the BoatRuth and Alice looked at each other. It seemed almost impossible that there could be this conrmation of the news item they had rea
USF - LIT - 3100
For a few seconds it was like a tableau, the strange young man, more ragged than before (if that were possible) standing in the midst of the clearing, and gazing as though spellbound at the girls in the motor boat. On their part, Betty and her chums,
USF - LIT - 3162
For a few seconds it was like a tableau, the strange young man, more ragged than before (if that were possible) standing in the midst of the clearing, and gazing as though spellbound at the girls in the motor boat. On their part, Betty and her chums,
USF - LIT - 3200
A Tale of Two CitiesBy Charles DickensBook 2: The Golden Thread Chapter 20: A PleaWhen the newly-married pair came home, the rst person who appeared, to offer his congratulations, was Sydney Carton. They had not been at home many hours, when he p
USF - LIT - 3251
A Tale of Two CitiesBy Charles DickensBook 2: The Golden Thread Chapter 20: A PleaWhen the newly-married pair came home, the rst person who appeared, to offer his congratulations, was Sydney Carton. They had not been at home many hours, when he p
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MacbethBy William ShakespeareAct 4, Scene 1Macbeth: Act 4, Scene 1 by William ShakespeareSCENE. A cavern. In the middle, a boiling cauldron. (Thunder. Enter the three Witches) First Witch Thrice the brinded cat hath mew'd. Second Witch Thrice
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MacbethBy William ShakespeareAct 4, Scene 1Macbeth: Act 4, Scene 1 by William ShakespeareSCENE. A cavern. In the middle, a boiling cauldron. (Thunder. Enter the three Witches) First Witch Thrice the brinded cat hath mew'd. Second Witch Thrice
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A Tale of Two CitiesBy Charles DickensBook 3: The Track of the Storm Chapter 3: The ShadowOne of the rst considerations which arose in the business mind of Mr. Lorry when business hours came round, was this:that he had no right to imperil Tellson
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A Tale of Two CitiesBy Charles DickensBook 3: The Track of the Storm Chapter 3: The ShadowOne of the rst considerations which arose in the business mind of Mr. Lorry when business hours came round, was this:that he had no right to imperil Tellson
USF - LIT - 3100
Saluting his commandant, the sergeant of the guard, who held the prisoner on the right, reported that this young savage had been seen skulking in the forest near the fort, and that, deeming his presence and movements very suspicious, he had sent a pa
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Saluting his commandant, the sergeant of the guard, who held the prisoner on the right, reported that this young savage had been seen skulking in the forest near the fort, and that, deeming his presence and movements very suspicious, he had sent a pa
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The Moving Picture Girls Under the Palms or Lost in the Wilds of Florida By Laura Lee HopeChapter 24: The Lost Are FoundWhat does it mean? A boat at last! Human beings, anyhow! Thus came the excited calls from those in the rowing craft, as it drif
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The Moving Picture Girls Under the Palms or Lost in the Wilds of Florida By Laura Lee HopeChapter 24: The Lost Are FoundWhat does it mean? A boat at last! Human beings, anyhow! Thus came the excited calls from those in the rowing craft, as it drif
USF - LIT - 1900
THERE is a climax to everything, to every state of feeling as well as to every position in life. I turned this truism over in my mind as, in the frosty dawn of a January morning, I hurried down the steep and now icy street which descended from Mrs. K
USF - LIT - 1933
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USF - LIT - 2900
It was the last day but one of the 1999th year of our era, and the first day of the Long Vacation. Having amused myself till a late hour with my favourite recreation of Gemoetry, I had retired to rest with an unsolved problem in my mind. In the night
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It was the last day but one of the 1999th year of our era, and the first day of the Long Vacation. Having amused myself till a late hour with my favourite recreation of Gemoetry, I had retired to rest with an unsolved problem in my mind. In the night
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Now, my friend behind the bunch of saw-palmetto, wont you join us? Frank had slowly risen, picking up his gun as he gained his feet. There was a movement in the quarter where his gaze seemed directed, then a human figure began to crawl into the camp,
USF - LIT - 3122
Now, my friend behind the bunch of saw-palmetto, wont you join us? Frank had slowly risen, picking up his gun as he gained his feet. There was a movement in the quarter where his gaze seemed directed, then a human figure began to crawl into the camp,
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The Sacred Milk of KoumongoeFrom the Brown Fairy Book, Edited by Andrew Lang Far way, in a very hot country, there once lived a man and woman who had two children, a son named Koane and a daughter called Thakane. Early in the morning and late in the
USF - LIT - 700
The Sacred Milk of KoumongoeFrom the Brown Fairy Book, Edited by Andrew Lang Far way, in a very hot country, there once lived a man and woman who had two children, a son named Koane and a daughter called Thakane. Early in the morning and late in the
USF - LIT - 1900
Oh, dear! I wish Hatfield had not been so precipitate! said Rosalie next day at four P.M., as, with a portentous yawn, she laid down her worstedwork and looked listlessly towards the window. Theres no inducement to go out now; and nothing to look for
USF - LIT - 1968
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USF - LIT - 3200
A Tale of Two CitiesBy Charles DickensBook 1: Recalled to Life Chapter 2: The MailIt was the Dover road that lay, on a Friday night late in November, before the rst of the persons with whom this history has business. The Dover road lay, as to him
USF - LIT - 3227
A Tale of Two CitiesBy Charles DickensBook 1: Recalled to Life Chapter 2: The MailIt was the Dover road that lay, on a Friday night late in November, before the rst of the persons with whom this history has business. The Dover road lay, as to him
USF - LIT - 0296
The Story of Princess HaseFrom Japanese Fairy TalesMany, many years ago there lived in Nara, the ancient Capital of Japan, a wise State minister, by name Prince Toyonari Fujiwara. His wife was a noble, good, and beautiful woman called Princess Mur
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The Story of Princess HaseFrom Japanese Fairy TalesMany, many years ago there lived in Nara, the ancient Capital of Japan, a wise State minister, by name Prince Toyonari Fujiwara. His wife was a noble, good, and beautiful woman called Princess Mur
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Name _ Date _TallahasseeIt is your turn! Read the passage carefully, underlining and taking notes as you read. Consider the main ideas and important supporting details. After reading, create a quiz to assess understanding of the reading. You may u
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Name _ Date _TallahasseeIt is your turn! Read the passage carefully, underlining and taking notes as you read. Consider the main ideas and important supporting details. After reading, create a quiz to assess understanding of the reading. You may u
USF - LIT - 1800
Oh, thy bright eyes must answer now, When Reason, with a scornful brow, Is mocking at my overthrow! Oh, thy sweet tongue must plead for me And tell why I have chosen thee! Stern Reason is to judgment come, Arrayed in all her forms of gloom: Wilt thou
USF - LIT - 1867
Oh, thy bright eyes must answer now, When Reason, with a scornful brow, Is mocking at my overthrow! Oh, thy sweet tongue must plead for me And tell why I have chosen thee! Stern Reason is to judgment come, Arrayed in all her forms of gloom: Wilt thou
USF - LIT - 0642
From the Brown Fairy Book, Edited by Andrew Lang Once upon a time there lived a queen who had a beautiful cat, the colour of smoke, with china-blue eyes, which she was very fond of. The cat was constantly with her, and ran after her wherever she went
USF - LIT - 600
From the Brown Fairy Book, Edited by Andrew Lang Once upon a time there lived a queen who had a beautiful cat, the colour of smoke, with china-blue eyes, which she was very fond of. The cat was constantly with her, and ran after her wherever she went
USF - LIT - 3600
Name _ Date _Chapter 2: Cross Questions The Game of LogicUse what you have learned in previous chapters to help you in this chapter. Answer the thirty questions in the first section. Answer the first fourteen examples of propositions to be represe
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Name _ Date _Chapter 2: Cross Questions The Game of LogicUse what you have learned in previous chapters to help you in this chapter. Answer the thirty questions in the first section. Answer the first fourteen examples of propositions to be represe
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