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Radnor Middle School Mathematics Department
Friday, March 28, 2003


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Book 2 MathThematics: Lab Activities Using GSP

Integers - Adding and Subtracting - p 102 in MathThematics
Exploring Algebra (purple handout) p 3
path: Public on 'Rmspdc'->
    Exploring Series->Exploring Algebra->1_Fundamentals->Add Integers
FOCUS: Basic rules for adding integers

Exploring Angles - pp 77-87 in MathThematics
Geometry Activities for Middle School Students p 34 - 35
path: Public on 'Rmspdc'->
    GSP for Middle School->PLA->ANGLES1 (ANGLES2)
FOCUS: acute, obtuse, right angles, complementary and supplementary angles

Exploring Special Pairs of Angles - pp 77-87 in MathThematics
Geometry Activities for Middle School Students p 36 - 37
path: Public on 'Rmspdc'->
    GSP for Middle School->PLA->PAIRS1 (PAIRS2) (PAIRS3)
FOCUS: complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles

Triangle Inequality - p 217 MathThematics
Exploring Geometry p 67
path: No file needed; use NEW SKETCH
FOCUS: sum of two sides of a triangle must be greater than third.

The Circumference/Diameter Ratio - p 233 MathThematics
Exploring Geometry p 127
path: No file needed; use NEW SKETCH
FOCUS circumference-diameter ratio

Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles - pp 383-384 MathThematics
Exploring Geometry p 133-136
path: No file needed; use NEW SKETCH
FOCUS: finding areas of parallelograms and triangles and how they relate to each other

Sum of Angles of Triangles and Quadrilaterals
Exploring Geometry p 65
path: No file needed; use NEW SKETCH
FOCUS: sum of angles of polygons


Ideas for the Future
Lines - Parallel and Perpendicular - pp 94 in MathThematics
Constructing Triangles

Annie Fetter & Suzanne Alejandre & Shelly Berman
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