**Example lesson sequences**

**Elementary – distinguishing even and odd numbers:**Your session facilitator will have a hard copy of this lesson sequence!**Middle school – scientific notation**: Note that this is a lesson, rather than a lesson sequence; but it still demonstrates some of the same pedagogical ideas. It is shorter than the others, so be sure to look at other materials, as well.**Pre-algebra/Algebra – linear equations****Algebra – introduction to functions****Algebra/Algebra II – transformations of functions****Geometry – lines and angles****Algebra II – completing the square****Pre-calculus – inverse trig functions****Other – basic measurement:**This lesson sequence covers elementary-level content, but targeted for students thinking at a collegiate level. Given this, it is unlikely to be directly applicable to your classroom, but gives a good model of how you can return to foundational content that your students lack, but approach it in a way that feels age-appropriate for older students.

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