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One step for Mankind... Many steps for Math Minds!

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Transcript of One step for Mankind... Many steps for Math Minds!

3, 2, 1...BLAST OFF!
Check out this video of the landing...
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong stepped on the surface of the moon. On the moon, his suit and life-support backpacks weighed 33 pounds. The weight of anything on the moon is about one-sixth of its weight on Earth. What was the weight of Neil Armstrong’s suit and life-support backpacks on Earth?
STOP...
Let's step into some Algebra practice before we solve it!
One step for Mankind... Many steps for Math Minds!
STOP...
Don't solve it yet! Travel to the Algebra practice first!
It's

GAME TIME
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Get your phone or iPad ready and go to www.kahoot.it.
Let your teacher know when you are ready to begin
for your game pin!
Now let's solve it! Go back to your problem to solve!
Next step...Literature!

Let's see what information we can gather and create about our journey.
Create your poem on the rockets provided!

WOOHOO!

Let's step into some Science!
Go to the Science Activities.
WEEHEEEEEE!
Let's step into Geometry and Measaurements to collect some data! Go to the Geometry/Measurements Activities.

You will need the ruler and calculator to blast through your calculations!
It's HISTORY TIME!!!!!
Go to the History Activity!
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Using a Learning Center
to Connect Math with Other Disciplines

Erin Schar
University of SC Aiken


On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong stepped
on the surface of the moon.
On the moon, his suit and life-support backpacks weighed 33 pounds.
The weight of anything on the moon is about one-sixth of its weight on Earth.

What was the weight of Neil Armstrong’s suit and
life-support backpacks on Earth?

http://spacemath.gsfc.nasa.gov/grade67.html#Problems


Contact info:
ESchar@email.usca.edu
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