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Unformatted text preview: The Georgia Performance Standards for K-12 Mathematics CTAE Calloway Gardens A family is giving money to charity: First, give one-third of their money to the Red Cross Second, give four-sevenths of remainder to American Cancer Society Third, give one-half of remainder to Relay for Life The rest, $12 to the local animal shelter How much did they give to each? Symbolic Let original amount = x First: Red Cross got 1/3 x, left with 2/3 x Second: American Cancer Society got 4/7(2/3x), left with 3/7(2/3x) Third: Relay for Life got (3/7(2/3x)), so left with (3/7(2/3x)) $12 = (3/7(2/3x) So, now just solve, go ahead, well wait Exactly how many of our students feel, so what do we do? Lets Try A Different Approach First, the Red Cross gets 1/3. Second, the American Cancer Society gets 4/7 of whats left. Third, Relay for Life gets of whats left. Last, the animal shelter gets $12. 28 28 28 8 8 8 8 8 8 12 12 12 8 149162536496481 1 4 9 16 25 36 49 64 81 Develop a curriculum that is rigorous, deep , provides clear expectations for students, is an instructional guide for teachers, and is student-focused rather than teacher-focused. Partnerships & Collaboration University System of Georgia Georgia Department of Technical and Adult Education Governors Office of Workforce Development Regional Education Services Agencies Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics Georgia Public Broadcasting National Council of Teachers of Mathematics College Board American Statistical Association Achieve Students actively engaged in mathematics Explaining their thinking Justifying their work Using multiple representations Making connections Choosing appropriate technology Balance of concepts, skills, and problem solving emphasizing understanding and relevance...
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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