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 Curriculum: Mathematics | Grade Level: 6-8
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: In this webquest, you will analyze temperature data for a specific date, and discover whether or not this is a good method to predict future the future temperature on this date. Image from www.widgets.yahoo.com Keywords:math, scatter plot and data Author(s): Kelly Dubbs
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Students will identify and describe transformations in the world around them. Students will also create transformations from a given object. Keywords:transformations, translations, rotations, reflections and dilations Author(s): Denise Talbott
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Students will be introduced to an intriquing field that is heavily rooted in mathematics - cryptology. Students will experience encoding and decoding messages. Keywords:Math, Cryptology, Codes and Computer Science Author(s): Fenecia Homan
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This WebQuest will give 8th grade math students the opportunity to learn from the data representation resources that are available on the internet. Keywords:data, data representation, graphs, line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, histograms, box-and-whisker plots, line plots, mean, median and mode Author(s): Jake Miller
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This webquest will help us to create a gift for a retiring teacher. We will be making a class quilt. Through this process, you will work with a partner to explore history through quilt making, discover how a quilt is made, and use your knowledge of geometry and measurement to create a square to add to the class quilt. Keywords:polygon, quadrilateral, geometry, measurement, color wheel, time line, process map and sewing Author(s): Michelle Goldberg And Patie Meyer
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Students will be assigned a mathematician and will work in groups to find out about the lives and discoveries of the mathematician. The information will be used to create a PowerPoint presentation for the class. The team will then present their PowerPoint to the class. Keywords:Math, mathematician, middle school, first week project, PowerPoint, webquest, exploration, Einstein, Archimedes, Euclid, Fibonacci, Hawking, Pascal, Pythagoras, Newton and science Author(s): Nicola Hodgson
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This WebQuest is designed to help students see a visual representation of fractions and where they appear on a number line. Keywords:Fractions, Number lines and Math Author(s): Kristin Zeller
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions is important in learning math. In this project, students will use their skills and knowledge about fractions and apply them in a real world problem. The WebQuest will have students learn how to add, subtract fractions in their cooking. Keywords:cooking, baking, number, fractions, addition fractions, subtraction fractions, multiply fraction and divide fraction Author(s): Tran Ngo
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Lecciones educativas para la enseñanza del teorema de Pitágoras en sexto grado. Keywords:pitágoras, triángulo recto and teorema Author(s): Christian RodrÃ­guez HernÃ¡ndez
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Circles, triangles and parallelograms, the perfect geometrical shapes, have been present in the human history since the beginnings of time, creating a brotherhood between mankind and geometrical forms.This WebQuest will lead us into the geometrical forms world, begun 300 B.C.E by the greek philosophers, reaching the zenith in Euclid of Alexandria, Known as "the leading mathematic teacher of antiguity" or perhaps of all time, who compiled the existent knowledge in Geometry and its applications... Keywords:Axioms, postulates, definitions and mathematical probes calculation. Author(s): Silvia Castellanos
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Delante de tÃ­ tienes un instrumento que facilitarÃ¡ la comprensiÃ³n de tÃºs primeros procesos de factorizaciÃ³n, denominados FACTOR COMUN MONOMIO Y POLINOMIO. A travÃ©s de esta Webquest, llegarÃ¡s al conocimiento de los mismos por tÃº propia persona. ADELANTE........ Keywords:factor, elementos, descomposiciÃ³n and Ã¡lgebra. Author(s): Viron Serpas
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This webquest will have students researching how to plan a vacation. The students will act as travel agents and plan 2 different vacation packages to compare prices for customers. Keywords:Math Vacation Author(s): Crystal Cardona
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Pi has been discovered as far back as 2000 B.C. by the ancient Babylonian and Egyptian mathematicians, and has been explored by ancient Chinese and Greek civilizations as well. We're going to be exploring the irrational number PI, just like these ancient mathematicians, its origins, its use in geometry, and its possible uses in the real world. We will split up into groups, and EXPLORE! Keywords:pi, irrational numbers, areas, circumference, diameter, radius, circles and geometry. Author(s): Paul Kagianaris
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Students will plan a vacation within the United States given a budget of \$1000. Keywords:Proportional reasoning, Unit price, Unit rate, math and seventh grade Author(s): Fahima Ahmed
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This WebQuest requires students to take a critical look at statistics that are related to the human body to find if they are telling the whole story or if they are misleading to those who do not look that deep into what they are reading. Current Grade Level Used In: 8th . Keywords:Math Statistics WebQuest Author(s): Kyle Weyeneth
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This is a fun and interactive way of learning how to perform operations (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) with integers. Helping YOU build a strong foundation dealing with integers will instrumental in helping you understand future concepts in Algebra. Keywords:add, subtract, multiply, divide, integers, positive, negative, opposites, addends and and absolute value. Author(s): Katrina Stubbs
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This WebQuest is about the physics and mathematics behind roller coaster design. Students will create a product to demonstrate their understanding at the end of the WebQuest. Keywords:Velocity, Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, Transfer of Energy, Acceleration, Constant Speed, Force, Friction, Inertia, Momentum, Negative Acceleration, Slope, Scale Model, Length, Width and Height Author(s): Christi Estey
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This webquest is an exploration of the area and volume of world monuments. Students will create their own monument during this project. Keywords:geometry, area, surface, footprint, volume, monument, world, architecture, scale and model Author(s): Shelley Burnside
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: In this webquest students will recieve a certain amount of land and money. They will work in groups to design a new building of their choice that they think will help benefit the community. Also, they will have to manage their money on an Excel document and be able to pay for all of the materials they use. Keywords:design building managing money area perimeter Author(s): Meagan Wright
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This is an introduction to solving basic variable equations with negative numbers. Keywords:variable, variables, equation, equations, solve, solving, negatives, introduction, math and algebra Author(s): Cheryl Jackowski
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: In Recent News President Barack Obama has brought up the possibility of a nationwide railway system. Currently the United States relies on the automobile, however, President Obama would like to transition to a high speed railway system for environmental and economic reasons. This WebQuest investigates President Obama's plan, through a railway system to better our environment, conserve our natural resources and stimulate the the United States economy. Keywords:High Speed Rail Network Environment Natural Resources Economic Automobile President Barack Obama Author(s): Amy Winter
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Este webquest estÃ¡ basado en las medidas de tendencia central las cuales son: Moda, Mediana y Media (Promedio). El estudiante deberÃ¡ hallar las diferentes medidas en diferentes sistemas de ecuaciones. Keywords:MatemÃ¡ticas and medidas de tendencia central Author(s): Yeidi Diaz
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Many things in the world are symmetrical. They contain line symmetry, rotational symmetry, or a combination of the two. Do you have a creative mind? Can you create a symmetrical design? If so, you could win a chance to have your picture and design logo published in the school paper and/or local paper. Plus everyone who participates will win '100 Grand' for their hard work. So what are you waiting for? Continue on so you can create a design that could become as well known as the Golden... Keywords:line symmetry, rotational symmetry and reflection Author(s): Robekah Warner
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Most people have heard of Pythagoras and know that is something to do with geometry but not much else? Many of the things that we take for granted such as satellite navigation, mobile telephones and air travel all use the principles that Pythagoras proved over two thousand year ago. Once you understand the principles of this simple theory then you can use it to calculate things such as measuring triangles, calculating distances and many other things that you havenâ€™t even thought about... Keywords:Pythagoras Author(s): Lizardo Naranjo
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Prepare data recolection and performance diagram of your house. Use area formula Keywords:Diagram, area, measurement and legend Author(s): Sergio Leal
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This is a fun and interactive way of learning how to add and subtract similar and dissimilar fractions. Helping you build a strong foundation of the idea about fraction that will be an aid in further assimilation of the concept. Keywords:fractions, adding fractions, subtracting fractions, additio n of fractions, subtraction of fractions, adding similar fractions, adding dissimilar fractions, subtracting similar fractions, subtracting dissimilar fractions, addition of fractions, addition of dissimilar fractions, subtraction of similar fractions and subtraction of dissimilar fractions. Author(s): Kathrina Tena
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This webquest is to help students not only learn about data mumbojumbo, but to bring being a fan and your inner geek alive! It is best if students have background knowledge in mean, median, mode and other data terms and graphs. Keywords:statgeek, basketball math, data and analysis webquest and math webquest Author(s): Adam Gull
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Math Teacher Business Owner Aunt Bebbie's Clothes Bows and More Keywords:Courtney Math Aunt Bebbie's Author(s): Debbie Courtney
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: Find the area of a circle. What is a cylinder? What are the parts of a circle? What is pi? How do you square a number? What is a radius? What is a diameter? Keywords:square a number pi radius circle diameter Author(s): Brenda Hudson
 Curriculum: Math Grade Level: 6-8 Description: This webquest is designed to allow students to research colleges, and begin thinking about the all of the factors that involve paying for college. The class will be using simple mathematics using decimals, averages, percents, etc. but will need to properly organize and assess information, in order to do the work correctly. The final presentation will be in a graph format. Keywords:math, cost, college, loan, school, bar graph and money Author(s): Daniel Hixson
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