**Living Math Lesson Plans: History Cycle 2**

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**Unit 1: **

**Classical Logic and Philosophy**

### Lesson 1: Math is Everywhere, Take 2

### Lesson 2: The "A" Team, Zeno and Eudoxus - Origins of philosophy and paradox

Lesson 3: Plato & Aristotle - Mathematics and reason

Lesson 4: Euclid and Aristarchus of Alexandria - First Mathematics Textbook

Lesson 5: Shen Kua and Zhu Shijie - Chinese Mathematics in the Middle Ages

Lesson 6: Augustine and Aquinas - Philosophy, the Church, and Science

### Lesson 7: Omar Khayyam

Lesson 8: Nicolas Oresme and Fibonacci Redux

**Unit 2: **

**Great Ideas in the Age of Reason**

### Lesson 9: Niccolo "Tartaglia" Fontana and Girolamo Cardano - Italian rival gambler

### Lesson 10: Gerardus Mercator - Mapping the World

Lesson 11: Rene Descartes 1596-1650 Cartesian Geometry

### Lesson 12: Pierre de Fermat- a World Famous Math Problem

Lesson 13: Maria Agnesi 1718-1799 and Gregor Mendel 1822-1884: Mathematics and the Cloth

### Lesson 14: Daniel Fahrenheit 1686-1736, Joseph Black 1731-1810 and Henry Cavendish 1731-1810

Lesson 15: Benjamin Banneker 1731-1806, African Amercan mathematician

Lesson 16: Antoine Lavoisier 1743-1794, John Dalton 1766–1844, and Meldelyev 1834-1907: Math meets Chemistry

**Unit 3:**

The Age ofTechnology

The Age ofTechnology