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I have seen a lot of teachers teach the Pythagorean Theorem in hundreds of different ways in my over a decade of teaching math. There is one however, that I will forever use! This lesson is on the proof of the pythagorean theorem.
This is THEE GREATEST WAY to Teach the Pythagorean Theorem!
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Before you watch the video on the link below let me give you a few things you will need for this lesson.
In the video you will also see the teacher use Activity Clouds. To use these all you have to do is place the numbers and symbols the students are allowed to use in the cloud. Their job is to combine them in a way to get the answer that you give them. In the example below you will give this cloud and the answer of 5 (Answers go in the Sun)!
BLANK ACTIVITY CLOUD
CLOUD FOR THIS ACTIVITY
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Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem
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