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Navigating Through Problem Solving and Reasoning in Grade 1 - With CD - 04 edition

Navigating Through Problem Solving and Reasoning in Grade 1 - With CD (ISBN10: 0873535502; ISBN13: 9780873535502)
ISBN13: 978-0873535502
ISBN10: 0873535502

Summary: Problem solving and reasoning are students' processes of actively applying what they know to new problems from diverse areas of mathematics. Knowing a variety of mathematical ideas is insufficient unless students can draw on, integrate, and use them to solve interesting, complex problems. The Navigating through Problem Solving and Reasoning books for prekindergarten-kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 present investigations that nurture reasoning and problem-solving strategies in youn
g children. Explorations for grade 1 include such tasks as supplying missing numbers in story problems, using clues to identify locations on a map, and placing shapes inside or outside a circle according to a rule. Students apply mathematical ideas from the five main content areas-number, algebra, geometry, measurement, and data analysis. As they work, they infer, generalize, reason by analogy, recognize relationships, and make representations, and they also guess, check, and revise and verify their results.
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Summary: Problem solving and reasoning are students' processes of actively applying what they know to new problems from diverse areas of mathematics. Knowing a variety of mathematical ideas is insufficient unless students can draw on, integrate, and use them to solve interesting, complex problems. The Navigating through Problem Solving and Reasoning books for prekindergarten-kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 present investigations that nurture reasoning and problem-solving strategies in young children. Explorations for grade 1 include such tasks as supplying missing numbers in story problems, using clues to identify locations on a map, and placing shapes inside or outside a circle according to a rule. Students apply mathematical ideas from the five main content areas-number, algebra, geometry, measurement, and data analysis. As they work, they infer, generalize, reason by analogy, recognize relationships, and make representations, and they also guess, check, and revise and verify their results. ...show less

Edition/Copyright: 04
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Publisher: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Year Published: 2004
International: No



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