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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.

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Use the structure of a similar triangles to find a missing length. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Geometry Unit:
3 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |
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Use the structure of a triangle diagram to find a ratio of two lengths. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Geometry Unit:
3 Big Idea: Big Idea 3 |
Description:
Use the structure of a pair of triangle diagrams to find a missing area because if the heights of two triangles are the same, the ratio of their areas is the ratio of their bases. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Geometry Unit:
3 Big Idea: Big Idea 3 |

Description:
Chunk and/or change the form of a diagram to construct an argument about the value of an angle, implicitly using the reference angle to do so. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Algebra II Unit:
3 Big Idea: Big Idea 3 |
Description:
Chunk a circle diagram to focus on individual angles, to then find the value of an angle in radians. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Algebra II Unit:
3 Big Idea: Big Idea 3 |
Description:
Students will have opportunity to better understand symmetry of an even function. This is meant to help prepare students for further investigation of even and odd functions. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Algebra II Unit:
4 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |

Description:
Use the point-symmetry (structure) of an odd function to identify a point on the odd function. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Algebra II Unit:
4 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |
Description:
Use the structure of a pair of right triangles to find missing lengths. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Geometry Unit:
4 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |
Description:
Use the structure of a dilated right triangle to find a missing length. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Geometry Unit:
4 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |

Description:
To use the structure of a quadratic equation to find shortcuts for solving quadratic equations. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Algebra II Unit:
4 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |
Description:
Students can use different strategies to predict how many real solutions a quadratic function written in vertex form has. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Algebra II Unit:
4 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |
Description:
To use the structure of a quadratic equation to find shortcuts for solving quadratic equations. Instructional Routine Type:
Contemplate then Calculate Course:
Algebra II Unit:
4 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |