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ACOS Objective 1
ACOS Objective 1
Use various strategies and operations to solve problems involving real numbers.
Using alternative representations of rational numbers (models, drawings, grids, graphs)
Applying GCF, LCM, and prime and composite numbers, including justification for the reasonableness of results, when working with rational numbers
Applying proportional reasoning
Using vocabulary associated with sets, including
union
and
intersection
Determining whether a number is rational or irrational
Demonstrating computational fluency with operations on rational numbers
ARMT Possible = 7 (MC, GR)
Estimation may be required.
Word problems/reallife situations may be used.
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Rational Numbers Math Projects.doc
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Project choices for students who demonstrated mastery of each objective after pretesting.
These projects came from
Math Projects: 50 HandsOn Projects That Correlate to Specific Math Concepts and NCTM Standards,
by Joyce A. StulgisBlalock.
Sets and Venn Diagrams
Interactive lesson  Thanks to Sandra Sandlin for sharing!
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Table of Contents
ACOS Objective 1
Use various strategies and operations to solve problems involving real numbers.
ARMT Possible = 7 (MC, GR)
Project choices for students who demonstrated mastery of each objective after pretesting.
These projects came from Math Projects: 50 HandsOn Projects That Correlate to Specific Math Concepts and NCTM Standards, by Joyce A. StulgisBlalock.
Sets and Venn Diagrams
Interactive lesson  Thanks to Sandra Sandlin for sharing!