A. On one sheet of paper develop two
problem-based tasks (The Van de Walle textbook will be helpful
for developing the problems below: pages 34-37.) You will need
your problems listed on this sheet so you can share with others in our
class to solve your problems.
1. First problem-based task that is a Real-World situation:
2. Second problem-based tasK that is a Real-World situation:
B. On another sheet of paper print your first and second problem and your solutions that includes in the "Representations of Mathematical Ideas" (Van de Walle pages 24-27). Therefore, each problem should have 4 solutions.
2. Written symbols
3. Oral language (write what you will say)
4. Manipulative models (use or design manipulatives)