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figure composed of others. They will use this skill later when analyzing proofs. In the second grade, analysis continues as students create shapes with a specified number of sides and vertices. The terms, sides and vertices, are introduced and regular polygons are classified by sides and vertices, TEK 2(8)(A) and TEK 2(8)(C). In the third grade, when the students classify shapes into subgroups TEKS 3(6)(A) and (B), they demonstrate a higher level of thinking. Students can easily see that…

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your personal experience, explain in real life where you have seen a transformation, rotation or a reflection? What what is your mathematical definition of what a transformation, rotation or a reflection? How are these terms related to studying polygons in geometry?” I will remind students there is no right or wrong response to the questions. The using the Think-Pair-Share strategy, the students will share their responses to the questions with a partner. Then we will have short 3-5 minute class…

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Future of Video Gaming, “These days it seems almost everyone has a theory about the future of video games… Because game designers are inhibited only by creativity and available technology, the potential will grow as their capability to move more polygons cheaply comes to fruition — something that the computer industry is working on every day” (Michael Dolan). As of now, in the year 2016, we have the ability to simulate real life expeditions, procedures, and experiences as well as tabletop games…

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There was just a little village. With a little tavern (with only one bartender who knew jack-squat), a blacksmith, a general trader with some alchemical ingredients (that he talked about all. the. time.), a mill, and a road. The road was made of regular windswept cobblestone, compacted dirt, and grass, and it was large. Like, dwarf the village large. So to pass from the blacksmith on the south side to the miller’s house on the north side was really to have your eyes drawn out of town. Drawn up,…

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