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Subject: Mathematics (8)
Title: Let's Get SCIENTIFIC with Numbers!
Description: Using calculators, students will write and interpret large and small numbers using scientific and calculator notation.  This exploration will also help students to develop an understanding of the ways exponents are used in writing and multiplying large and small numbers using scientific notation.

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Subject: Mathematics
Description: In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students attempt to identify the concept of a million by working with smaller numerical units, such as blocks of 10 or 100, and then expanding the idea by multiplication or repeated addition until a million is reached. Additionally, they use critical thinking to analyze situations and to identify mathematical patterns that enable them to develop the concept of very large numbers.
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Subject: Mathematics
Title: Cell Size and Scale
Description: This tool from Science NetLinks shares a simple interactive from the University of Utah's Genetic Science Learning Center that gives students the opportunity to see how various small things compare to one another.

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Subject: Mathematics,Science
Title: Travel in the Solar System: Lesson 1
Description: In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students consider the amount of time that space travelers must spend on their journey. Students improve their concept of time and distance.
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Subject: Language Arts,Mathematics
Title: How Much is a Million?
Description: This lesson focuses students on the concept of 1,000,000. It allows students to see first-hand the sheer size of a million while at the same time providing students with an introduction to sampling and its use in mathematics. Students will use grains of rice and a balance to figure out the approximate volume and mass of 1,000,000 grains of rice.
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