This video covers all main features of basic angles: vertex, arms, naming angles, acute, obtuse, reflex, right angles, straight angles, revolutions, using a ...

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This teacher engages all of the students in such an amazing way! By using a song and dance about math the students are learning about mode, median, and range and in a fun and exciting way.
Global awareness involves students learning from and working collaboratively with individuals representing diverse cultures, according to the P21 Framework. In part, I believe that means having students be aware of their connection to mathematics in the world around them. Music is an excellent way to connect matthetmatics to the arts and see math from different perspectives. Music tends to cross cultural barriers and enhance open dialogue and community amongst listeners. The songs from Calculus: The Musical are enriched with terminology and concepts, yet presented in way that is engaging and interesting to students with different learning styles or lifestyles. |
Using a music video to teach about how to graph a linear equation |

Great video that teaches students vocabulary regarding angles. It is kind of long but you could always play pieces of the video as you see fit. See the description under the video on YouTube if you want to know about the vocabulary it covers.