Sounds like there was some attraction there, maybe more. my fathers eighth grade teacher taught him a great deal more than math
Algebra, shape space and measure
there are some about circulatory system and nervous system
I believe that some cool projects are - Math in Chess Math in Probability Pascal's Triangle Serpinski's Triangle Math in Origami Binary Computer Coding Math in Magic Math in Music These are good topics.
you can do it on how would it like to be a millionare
anything u can think of
The issues of smoking.
why you should eat butt and fart
exposition is the setting of the sooty and the characteristic of the story
The hardest sixth grade math problem is not the same for every student. While some find one area of math to be hard, others consider it to be easy.
If you are twelve years old than you are in grade 6 of course you ll have to do some math.
Good speech topics for a 5th grader would be the earth, the environment pollution, and American History.
That depends on the state you live in. In some states, sixth grade can be taught with either an Elementary Education degree (usually good for K-8th grade) or by a Secondary Education degree (6th grade-12th grade). Elementary Education majors need to take the same basic math classes all other college students take plus a "math for Elementary School teachers" type class. In most states, to get Secondary Education certification you need to get a major in a subject matter, then take extra classes to learn to teach. So you'd need to get a BS in Math, which involves LOTS of math classes starting with Calculus and going up from there, including theory classes.
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easy 2+2=4 It depends what grade you are in.
i dont no the answer talk to my hand.
Usually you'll take it in 12th grade and college, but some highschools will let you take it earlier
bullying, popcorn, ice age, monster plants and the titanic
You could do facebook :) or too many adds on tv or....yeah LOL
Pollution, obesity rates, tax increase...
More arithmetic, the entire scope of numbers (e.g. what is a real number, a rational number), measurement, some basic geometry, and so on. Possibly some algebra, but algebra is normally first taught around 7th-8th grade.