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Here for the first time? Interested in finding out more about instructional routines before diving into the examples below? Check out this page that describes our instructional routines.

Interested in finding a task for one of our routines? Use the filters below to look for instructional routines for particular courses and units.

To create your own **Contemplate then Calculate** tasks, fill out this form (and use a Google or Google Apps for Education email), you will be shared on a folder with the necessary template files.

To create your own **Connecting Representations** tasks, fill out this form (and use a Google or Google Apps for Education email), you will be shared on a folder with the necessary template files.

Description:
Use visual representations of circle diagrams to justify that congruent segments have equal measure. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
1 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |
Description:
Use the structure of a pair of matches triangles to make sense of congruency notation. This is not about matching based on ASA, SAS, or SSS. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
1 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |
Description:
Match representations of angle constructions to resulting shapes by connecting to what students know about polygons or chunking both constructions and the polygons to focus on side-angle or side-side relationships. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
1 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |

Description:
Students will connect summaries of constructions to diagrams showing the steps of that construction. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
1 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |
Description:
Use visual structure of transformations for triangles to connect with sentence descriptions of transformations. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
1 Big Idea: Big Idea 4 |
Description:
Students will be able to connect sequences of transformations to diagrams that show the results of the sequence. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
1 Big Idea: Big Idea 5 |

Description:
Match constructions to representations of SSS, which then leads to showing the triangles are congruent to each other. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
1 Big Idea: Big Idea 5 |
Description:
Students will match worded descriptions of transformations to visual representations of transformations. Some are equivalent to each other. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
1 Big Idea: Big Idea 3 |
Description:
Students will explore the relationship between the size of constructed circles, the distance between them, and the type of triangle that can be created from the circles. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
1 Big Idea: Big Idea 3 |

Description:
Use the structure of a set of sequences to match these sequences to quadratic functions. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
5 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |
Description:
Use the structure of the graph of a parabola to make connections to the vertex and axis of symmetry of those parabolas. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
5 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |
Description:
Students will connect a graph of a parabola with a written description of its axis and number of roots. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
5 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |