9780941355698

Good Questions for Math Teaching, Grades 5-8 Why Ask Them and What to Ask

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  • ISBN13:

    9780941355698

  • ISBN10:

    0941355691

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-09-01
  • Publisher: Math Solutions

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Summary

�Good questions��or open-ended questions�promote students� mathematical thinking, understanding, and proficiency. By asking careful, purposeful questions, teachers create dynamic learning environments, help students make sense of math, and unravel misconceptions. This valuable book includes a wide variety of good questions for classroom use and offers teachers tips on how to create open-ended questions of their own.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments vii
PART ONE: THE PRACTICE OF GOOD QUESTIONING
1(12)
What Are Good Questions?
3(2)
How Are Good Questions Created?
5(2)
What Are the Teacher's Responsibilities in Presenting Good Questions?
7(2)
What Classroom Conditions Are Necessary to Support Good Answers?
9(4)
PART TWO: HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
13(2)
PART THREE: GOOD QUESTIONS TO USE IN MATH CLASS
15(178)
Number Relationships
17(14)
Multiplication and Proportional Reasoning
31(16)
Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
47(30)
Geometry
77(14)
Algebraic Thinking
91(24)
Data Analysis and Probability
115(18)
Measurement
133(24)
Blackline Masters
157(36)
Graph Paper
159(1)
Fair Game 2
160(1)
Dot Paper
161(1)
Pattern Block Figure
162(1)
Fractions Dot Paper
163(1)
6-by-6-inch Template
164(1)
Hundredths Grid
165(1)
Tenths and Hundredths Grids
166(1)
HAT
167(1)
Clock Faces
168(1)
Polygon Sets
169(1)
Rectangle ABCD
170(1)
Flat Pattern Shapes
171(1)
Number Path A
172(1)
Number Path B
173(1)
Patio Borders
174(1)
Pencil Sharpener Stories and Graphs
175(1)
As Time Goes By Graphs
176(1)
Grouping Patterns
177(1)
Toothpick Shapes and Tables
178(1)
Walk-a-Thon Graphs
179(1)
Candy Scatter Plot
180(1)
Perimeter and Area Tables
181(1)
Sunflower Growth
182(1)
Mystery Line Plots
183(1)
Investment Graphs
184(1)
Dart Board
185(1)
Bags of Marbles
186(1)
Blank Spinner Faces
187(1)
Weights
188(1)
Irregular Polygon
189(1)
Cutout Polygon Models
190(1)
Volume Pattern
191(1)
Prisms
192(1)
References 193

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