Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
MAE 4310 Sect. U01
HW #2: Chapters 9  12
Due date: 4 November 2009
HW #3
Chapter 9: #1, 5, 8
1. Solving a problem with direct modeling is the use of manipulative or drawings along with
counting to represent directly the meaning of an operation or story p
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MAE 4310 Final Review Summer A 2009
Fractions Chapter 9 and 10
1. Be able to describe three types of categories for fraction models (i.e.,Area Models, Length
Models, Set Models) and provide examples of each type of model. What category or models
are most
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Learning Math and Loving it With Manipulatives and Games
By: Lisa Lee Posted: May 1, 2007
What are educational manipulatives? According to the article
manipulatives are objects that students can use, as a handson picture of the
concepts they are
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Suggested Grade Levels: Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Sixth Grade
Instructional Objectives/Outcomes:
The learner will compare fractions with unlike denominators using fraction pieces
and drawings. The learner will compare fractions with unlike denominators u
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Literature Connection
1. Who sank the boat by Pamela Allen
 First Fifth grade
2. If you give a pig a pancake by Laura Numerof
 Second grade  Geometry & Measurements
3. One Hundred Days (Plus One) by Margaret McNamara
 Kindergarten  Counting
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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MAE 4310 SEC 05
Quiz # 3
Reflections on Chapter 9
2. Give examples of three categories of fraction models.
Sample of Fraction Models
Area Models 3/4
Measurement Models
Set Models
Whole = 12
3 of 12 is 9
4
Why are set models more difficult for younger chil
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Rojahnnah Arthur
Professor Natalie Paul
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8 September 2015
Data Analysis Homework #!
Throughout my academic career, I have had many math classes from basic math in elementary
school, to analysis & function in high school, to college level trigonomet
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Maja Vjestica
P ID: 5607685
Homework #5
Describe the thinking a student can use to solve a problem such as 48/6. How would you as a teacher
help to facilitate this type of problem?
When a student sees this division algebraic problem that he needs to solve
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Maja Vjestica
Panther ID: 5607685
Homework 4
Consider these two statements: "Show how you got your answer" and "Explain why you think your
answer is correct." What types of expectations does each of these statements make of students?
The first statement S
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Maja Vjestica
Panther ID: 5607685
Journal Entry 1
The teacher has begun the math by separating students in 4 different groups. Since her 1 st grade class
had 20 students total, she made 4 groups of 5 students.
The first group was at the computer, doing th
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2015
Maja Vjestica
Panther ID: 5607685
Homework 1
I generally like math as a subject and I never really had issues or difficulties with math throughout my
education. People would say I am a math person. I like it because it is very simple, it is logical and it
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Maja Vjestica
PH ID: 5607685
Homework #2
In 1991, NCTM published Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics, which articulated a vision of
teaching mathematics based on the expectations that were described in the Curriculum and Evaluation
Standards w
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Week 6 article
It is important to be able to think about something and analyze something
individually. Individual thinking and learning has been a pillar of the educational
community for a very long time. I have noticed that most professors in college
act
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Week 10 Article Reflection
The article read was The State of Science Education: Subject Matter Without
Context. What I would like to share with my classmates is that the nature of science is
integral in the learning and understanding of science. My favori
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Week 9 article
This week we had an article by Dufour, about a professional learning
community. Professional learning community is the whole education aspect of our
government and society. There is a bureaucracy of education.
The first Big Idea mentioned b
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Video 1 Time
Roosevelt Elementary in Wisconsin 1st grade class
Time how much seconds/minutes in an hour
o Hour hands
o Second hands (red and thinner) how much in a minute
Set the teacher started by asking the students what they have learned and know ab
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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MAE 4310 Midterm Review Fall 2009
1. What are differences between procedural knowledge and conceptual knowledge? What are
examples of each?
Procedural knowledge is the understanding of the rules and procedures used in carrying out
mathematical process and
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Time How many Seconds in a minute
Roosevelt Elementary school
Exploring minutes and seconds
Showing times on clocks showing the hours and the
minutes
Set: The teacher asked the students what they had
been learning before about the clock.
They havent
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Part I
1. If Mr. Jones uses all 30 pints that he bought to set up his
super bowling game and follows the pattern in the passage, I
figure out the pattern first by trial and error. After reviewing
some of the other students method, I figure out a procedura
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Part I
1. In the contextual problem with the quilt, I believe that what Melissa
did with the quilt was correct. She started with a quilt that was 1 foot
by 1 foot. From the quilt, a customer wanted a quilt four times that
size; she would multiply 1 foot b
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
MAE 4310 Sect. U01
HW #1: Chapters 1 4
Due date: 14 September 2009
HW #1
Chapter 1: #3, 5
3. Among the ideas in Mathematics Teaching Today, there are six shifts in the classroom
environment. The six shifts in the classroom are as followed:
Communities th
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
MAE 4310 Sect. U01
HW #2: Chapters 5 8
Due date: 9 October 2009
HW #2
Chapter 5: #1. 4
1. A child must be able to do in order to count a set accurately by the development of at
least two separate skills. First, the child must be able to produce the standa
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Individual Analysis of Group Collaboration Name Cynthia Chang
Directions: Circle a rating from (1) Low to (4) High for each group member.
Member Name Dorin Rodriguez_
(1) Contributed ideas to group goal: 1
2
3
4
Explain: Contributed what activities should
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HW #4: Chapters 13 16
Due date: 25 November 2009
HW #4
Chapter 13: #2, 3, 4
2. The teacher will explain to the students to reverse the number. For instance, the teacher
will take a sheet of notebook paper. On the notebook paper, the tea