Enrichment PD - Math. September 29, 2010. Van de Walle Reading Chapter 2. Refer back to chapter 2. Highlight, record, or post the answer to the following questions: What do you AGREE with in the text? What do you ARGUE with in the text?
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Enrichment PD - Math
September 29, 2010
Maximizing our Instructional Situations
Challenge Like problems are problems that…
The BEN & JERRY’S Challenge
Use them because they are
Characteristics of “Challenge like” problems :
What do you know about Ben & Jerry’s Ice cream?
Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream is sold in pint containers. So…how many pints of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream did it take to build this 27,102 pound sundae?
As a group be able to answer this question:
How many pints of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream would it take to build a 27,102 pound sundae?
3.C.2 Calculate equivalent measurements
4.A.1 Collect, organize, and display data
4.A.2 Describe a set of data (median, mean, mode)
6.A.1 Apply knowledge of whole numbers and place value
6.A.2 Apply knowledge of fractions & decimals
6.C.1 Analyze number relations and compute
It swirled in our heads,
It danced in our dreams,
It proved not to be though,
The best of ice creams.
In memory of nuts
And Green Mountain Boys,
Here history shuts
The pint lid on their joys.
A delightful mash,
This flavor we remember
For the stock market crash
On the sixth of November.
Where do all the cows go
When heaven give the word?
This flavor kicked the bucket
When angles took the herd.