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PUZZLE MATH: Solving Proportions - Symbolic and Word Problems By Roxanne Eckenrode
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These two worksheets are on solving proportions. One has students solve proportions equations, and the other has students set up and solve proportions equations to solve word problems. The secret... More > decoder format allows students to receive immediate feedback and reduces overhead for teachers too. Students who used these worksheets reported that they helped to practice the concepts and that they were enjoyable to complete.< Less
PUZZLE MATH: Solving Proportions - Symbolic and Word Problems By Roxanne Eckenrode
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These two worksheets are on solving proportions. One has students solve proportions equations, and the other has students set up and solve proportions equations to solve word problems. The secret... More > decoder format allows students to receive immediate feedback and reduces overhead for teachers too. Students who used these worksheets reported that they helped to practice the concepts and that they were enjoyable to complete.< Less
American Grotesque By Joelle McKenna
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Pop culture reflects society’s deepest interests, often magnifying or distorting them beyond recognition; revealing that what may seem garish and superficial is masking serious issues. The most... More > ridiculous and lighthearted things, when stripped of all decoration, have a direct correlation to historical events. The Saucer Frenzy of 1947 during the Cold War, for example, can be decoded as fear of a foreign intelligence magnified to extraterrestrial proportions: Are we being watched by Moscow or Mars?  It is easier to look back in time and see the correlation between a society and its pop culture. If we look beyond “How did people not recognize how rediculous this is” we can see that pop culture is a temporal and augmented version of reality or truth. This fantastical entertainment, devalued as artificial and kitschy, is insight into our cultural conscious.< Less
American Grotesque By Joelle McKenna
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Pop culture reflects society’s deepest interests, often magnifying or distorting them beyond recognition; revealing that what may seem garish and superficial is masking serious issues. The most... More > ridiculous and lighthearted things, when stripped of all decoration, have a direct correlation to historical events. The Saucer Frenzy of 1947 during the Cold War, for example, can be decoded as fear of a foreign intelligence magnified to extraterrestrial proportions: Are we being watched by Moscow or Mars?  It is easier to look back in time and see the correlation between a society and its pop culture. If we look beyond “How did people not recognize how rediculous this is” we can see that pop culture is a temporal and augmented version of reality or truth. This fantastical entertainment, devalued as artificial and kitschy, is insight into our cultural conscious.< Less
PUZZLE MATH: Mixed Topics for Late Elementary and Middle School Students By Roxanne Eckenrode
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Students love decoding secret messages as they do math problems, and teachers love the instant feedback and reduced grading overhead. In this 24-page book, late elementary school students and middle... More > school students find number patterns, examine operations with even and odd numbers, and estimate products, sums, and differences. Students also add and multiply with decimals, add and multiply fractions, find missing parts of fraction equations, and convert improper fractions to mixed numbers. In addition they analyze tree graphs, find percent increase, find LCMs (Least Common Multiples), examine lines of symmetry, find chance (probability), and solve proportions. Finally, they measure line segments using both U.S. and metric units.< Less