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|< North Carolina's Infoweb of Spreadsheet Lessonshttp://www.dpi.state.nc.us/Curriculum/Computer.skills/lssnplns/sstoc.html This site offers several spreadsheet lessons for grades 6-8.|
|< Math Forum's Introduction to Math and Spreadsheetshttp://forum.swarthmore.edu/sum95/math_and/index.html Upper level applications focusing on using Claris but can be adapted to other software programs.|
|< PWCS's Teachers' Workroom Resources
Here are ready-made Excel spreadsheets for you
to use in your classroom!
|< Data Analysis Ideas from the Real Worldhttp://www.math.byu.edu/~lfrancis/readings302/Spreadsheets.html#Ideas "Several ideas and sources for real world data which could be analyzed and/or graphed using spreadsheets."|
|< Addition Practicehttp://www.essdack.org/tips/multadd.html
"Use If/Then formulas to create an
addition practice skills sheet for younger students. The skills sheet will work like a
grid: The teacher will enter numbers at random across row 1 and down column A. The student
will add a number from row 1 with a number from column 1 and will enter the answer in the
corresponding cell. Your formula will show the student if the answer is incorrect."
This can be adapted to many other concepts!
This uses Claris but can be adapted to Excel.
|< Lesson Plans Where You
Can Use Spreadsheets
What Percentage of Your class is Right-handed or
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http://www.knowledge.state.va.us/cgi-bin/lesview.cgi?idl=118 Communication through Spreadsheets
http://www.knowledge.state.va.us/cgi-bin/lesview.cgi?idl=39 Pythagorean Theorem on Excel
|< Three Lesson Plan SitesBUT
look for the Excel symbol for specific
Geography and History Lessons
Math, Economics, and Science Lessons
Language Arts and Social Studies Lessons
ABCs to Excel
Below are some of the activities you can find on The ABC's to Excel:
This is a science experiment that is fun for all. < How to Make a Bingo Template
Running out of things to graph here is the place to look! J
The ever popular graphing M&M's activity.
(This one is also found on The ABC List of Things to Graph.)
This works well for any subject and is a neat concept! J
Directions on how to use a spreadsheet to chart temperatures.
Resources and lessons where you can apply databases and spreadsheets (graphs).