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Students will create 3-D figures and slice them to discover the cross section.

Students will manipulate figures to discover how transformations can move figures to specific places.

Students will reflect on reflecting and discover how math can help us describe what a mirror actually does.

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Description: Students will watch videos of roller coasters and attempt to hypothesize how long it would to take for two roller coasters to crash into each other if they were overlapping. Students will utilize the concepts of Linear Equations, Systems of Equations, Slope, and Y-Intercept to accomplish this.

A rich task where students will perform a task and count how many times it can be done in an allotted time. They will then use this to discover and practice how to find unit rates from complex fractions and even take it to the next level of feeding into understanding where slope comes from if desired.

The first Common Core Standard for Mathematical Practice calls for students to “Make Sense of Problems and Persevere In Solving Them.” It should go without saying that the benefits of having students persevere in solving a problem are very obvious. Ideally you want to challenge your students with multi-step problems that require planning and problem…