You can get the student sheet here:

**Here is the student pdf:**

**Here is the teacher notes and solutions pdf:**

**See the link to the US Debt Clock above. Enjoy …**

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You can get the student sheet here: Climate Change and Normal Curves Student and the teacher notes and solutions here: Climate Change and Normal Curves Teacher. You can get the pdf of the 4 normal curves here: Climate Change and Normal Curves 4 Curves. Or you can get all 3 files in a zip folder: Climate Change and Normal Curves ALL Files .

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**Here is the teacher pdf:**

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I will be giving a week-long course at Exeter Academy this summer that will illustrate many activities like this one. If you are interested, check out session 32 at this link: https://exeter.edu/sites/default/files/media/MathCourses2019%20Updated.pdf

**Student pdf:**

**Teacher pdf**

I will be giving a **week-long course at Exeter Academy this summer** that will illustrate many activities like this one. If you are interested, check out session 32 at this link: https://exeter.edu/sites/default/files/media/MathCourses2019%20Updated.pdf

**Student pdf:**

**Teacher pdf:**

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**Link to the Student Activity PDF.**

**Link to the Teacher Notes and Solutions PDF.**

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In this math activity, we model the data with appropriate mathematics and create social awareness of these tragedies. This is written for the TI-84 CE but can be done on other platforms. Below are links to the student sheets, teacher notes, and TI-84 CE program with the data. Following that is the student PDF, and then the teacher PDF. There is also a website that brings attention to this data and much more: **http://noheatstroke.org/**

A big thank you to Jan Null at San Jose University for collecting, organizing and providing this important data at this website.

This activity uses data from a school parking lot in Scottsdale, Arizona. There is a similar activity that uses data from the TI parking lot in Dallas, Texas.

**All the data can be found here (for both cities)**: **http://bit.ly/hotcartemps**

**Student PDF with Scottsdale data:**

**Teacher PDF with Scottsdale data:**

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Link to a website for TI-84 and TI-Nspire with all materials: student sheet, notes and solutions, videos, calculator (tns) files: **bit.ly/windchill_tr**

Below is the student worksheet followed by the teacher notes and solutions for the TI-84 family of graphing calculators. The TI-Nspire version is very similar. The TI-Nspire version also contains tns files for the student and the teacher. **Enjoy…**

**Student worksheet**

**Teacher Notes and Solutions**

Contact me with questions and suggestions: **tom@tomreardon.com**

**Enjoy …**

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This activity can be used at grade 7 or beyond. It can be done with either a TI-83/84/84CE or the TI-Nspire.

Here is a link to a website that contains all the files. On one side are the files for the 84, the other side is for Nspire. **bit.ly/superbowl53ti**

Link to a short video (5 mins) that explains the activity: **Math_Super_Bowl_Activity_Video**

Idea: the scores of the first 52 Super Bowl football games will be placed into lists on the calculator.

On the TI-83/84/84CE, the data is easily placed into the proper lists with the ease of running a supplied program. On the TI-Nspire, the data is already in the tns file.

The students are then asked questions about the data and will need to perform either 1 Variable Statistics to answer them, or to create a box plot to answer them. We encourage the use of groups of 4 to do the activity in class. See the Teacher Notes for either calculator.

We will begin with 20 fun trivia facts about the Super Bowl, including how it got its name. **These are great class starters – fun and interesting!**

Enjoy…

**Super Bowl Fun Facts 2019**

**Student Activity TI-83/84/84CE (TI-Nspire version is very similar)**

**Teacher Solutions TI-83/84/84CE (TI-Nspire version is very similar)**

**Scores of the first 52 Super Bowl games**

**Contact me with questions or suggestions: tom@tomreardon.com**

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