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2011 Math Field Day - 20 th Annual Event - SOUTH: May 14 @ Capistrano Valley HS NORTH: May 21 @ Westminster HS. Orange County Math Council Officers President/Registration: Amber Baur Vice-President/MFD Coordinator: Dave Chamberlain Treasurer/Past President: Connie Wadsley

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2011Math Field Day- 20th Annual Event -SOUTH: May 14 @Capistrano Valley HS NORTH: May 21 @Westminster HS

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Orange County Math Council Officers

President/Registration: Amber Baur

Vice-President/MFD Coordinator:

Dave Chamberlain

Treasurer/Past President: Connie Wadsley

Secretary: Cathery Yeh

Membership: Brian Hightower

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Math Field Day is an opportunity for Orange County elementary school students to join together in promoting excellence in mathematics, team work, achieving goals and school spirit.
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The event offers students an opportunity to demonstrate their ability to reason, communicate, and problem-solve in cooperative groups.
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A school may bring a team of 4 students and 1 alternate from each of grades 4 - 6.

Each team must be accompanied by an adult proctor who will help in the administration of the tests.

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Deadline to submit names of coaches/team members/ alternates/proctors on the Math Field Day website for the program:

April 15, 2011

Coach/team member/

alternate/proctor changes can be

made any time up to the morning of

registration.

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Alternates:

A coach may substitute an alternate for one of the four grade-level team members any time up to 8:30 AM on the morning of the competition. Any changes in the team members, different than those listed in the program, must be submitted at the registration table.

No changes in a 4-member team can be made after 8:30 AM on the day of the competition.

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Alternates:

May be included in the official team photo

May participate in Rubik’s Cube Challenge

Will not receive a medal if a grade level team wins one

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Each school’s participants and alternates will receive a participation certificate, a button, a program with all students and schools listed, a snack, a team photo, and a team bag of goodies donated by corporate sponsors.
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Orange County Mathematics Field Day

“Product Donation” Sponsor:

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Orange County Mathematics Field Day

“Product Donation” Sponsor:

Photos by Jen Marie

(Official Photographer of 2011 Math Field Day)

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Schedule of Events

7:30 – 8:30 Registration/Poster Exhibit/Photos

8:30 – 9:00 General Assembly in the Gym

8:30 & 9:30 Proctor Trainings

TBD Rubik’s Cube Proctor Training

9:15 – 10:00 Math Reasoning (all grades)

10:05 – 10:35 Statistics, Data Analysis, & Probability (all grades)

10:35 – 10:55 Snack Break

10:55 – 11:25 Number Sense (4th); Measurement & Geometry (5th);

Algebra & Functions (6th)

11:35 – 12:05 Measurement & Geometry (4th);

Algebra & Functions (5th); Number Sense (6th)

12:15 – 12:45 Algebra & Functions (4th); Number Sense (5th);

Measurement and Geometry (6th)

12:45 – 2:00 Lunch (Bring own games/activities)

1:15 – 2:15 Rubik’s Cube Challenge in Gym

2:15 – 3:15 Awards Assembly in the Gym

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Button Design Competition (Optional)

Each school may submit one button design to mathfieldday@ocmathcouncil.com .

Submission Deadline: March 28, 2011

BUTTON MUST:

Incorporate the 2011 theme

Be in a .jpg file format

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Poster Competition

EACH TEAM is responsible for completing a poster. The poster should be created

using a STANDARD poster board (22” x 28”). Use only one side of the poster.

BOTTOM RIGHT HAND CORNER:

Name of school, name of district (if applicable), grade level and names of team members

INCLUDE:

  • The 2011 theme…try to incorporate an idea into your poster that uses this theme. Let the kids decide what this theme means to them and just go with it.
  • Name of school, name of district (if applicable), grade level(s) participating and names of team members
  • Be creative , neat, and concise
  • Posters should be brought to the registration table for check-in. Teams need to display their posters in the designated area prior to the General Assembly.
  • Prize(s) given for team(s) with poster(s) judged as “most creative”.

PLEASE REMOVE POSTERS PRIOR TO THE AWARDS ASSEMBLY!!

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Mathematical Reasoning

Team Test — 25 word problems

Students must show as much work as possible. Diagrams, charts, etc. help with scoring points.

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Statistics, Data Analysis, & Probability

Team Test — Each team will answer about 6 questions relating to statistics and probability, then conduct an experiment, predict results, gather data, and analyze the experiment based on their outcomes.

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Number Sense

Consists of two tests:

1) Estimation

(counts for 40% of score) and

2) Mental Math

(counts for 60% of score).

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Estimation

Team Test — Six stations are located around the perimeter of the room. Problems usually involve some sort of measurement: linear, area, volume, weight, liquid volume, metric or standard measurements.

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Mental Math

Individual Test – Students will be shown 40 different mental math questions. They will have five seconds to study the problem, and five seconds to write the answer. No work is allowed…all answers must be done mentally. Individual scores are added together to form one team score.

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Sample

Mental Math

PowerPoint

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Measurement and Geometry

Team Test – Each team will be asked to build an object using materials provided. Students must sketch their construction prior to building, then test it, with multiple trials. Object is judged using a rubric.

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Algebra and Functions

Team Test – Each team will answer 9-10 Algebra and Functions questions…most problems are word problems or logic puzzles.

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Sample test questions are available at: http://www.ocmathcouncil.com/Coaches__Corner.html
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Rubik’s Cube Challenge

For both North and South, up to 20 teams of 8 students per team per event will compete to determine the schools which can solve 11 Rubik’s Cubes the fastest.

See Rubik’s Cube Challenge competition rules manual on Coaches’ Corner website.

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Awards Assembly in the Gym

Olympic-style medals are awarded for top six places for each event. Each grade level is scored separately. A total of ninety team awards are given at each event. Each of the four team members on the top six teams for each event receives a medal. Prizes will also be given for Poster Contest and Rubik’s Cube Challenge.

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Theme for 2011 (20-11)???

2001 – Math Odyssey

2002 – 2002, The Power of Two

2003 – Math and Me in 2003

2004 – Let’s Score in 2004

2005 – Math’s Alive in 2005

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Theme for 2011 (20-11)???

2006 – Math Tricks in 2006!

2007 – Math Detectives in 2-00-7

2008 – Math is Gr8 in 2008

2009 – Make Math Shine in 2009

2010 – Math’s “In” in 2010

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Theme for 2011 (20-11)???

Words that “rhyme” with eleven…

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Theme Ideas for 2011 (20-11)
  • 2011 – Prime time for math
  • Calculate the Future
  • Math is Heaven in 2011
  • Keep math revvin’ in 2011
  • 0+1+1=2

2 = 0+1+1

2+0 = 1+1 You win either way

  • Math is Proven in 2011
  • Math is Proven in 2+0=1+1
  • Math is “Fun Driven” in 2011
  • MFD 2011 – A day spent in math heaven
  • Math is language in heaven in 2011
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Theme for 2011 (20-11)

Keep math revvin’ in 2011

job assignments
Job Assignments

General:

  • Math Field Day Coordinator/South Emcee: Dave Chamberlain
  • North Emcee: Randi Leach
  • Math Field Day Registration/Website: Amber Baur
  • Test Creation: Carol Brouhle, Dave Chamberlain, Steve Graff, Barb Post, Mary Lou Miller, Connie Wadsley, Nita Walker
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For description of volunteer job assignments, go to:

http://www.ocmathcouncil.com/Coaches__Corner.html

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Contact Info:

Math Field Day Questions:

mathfieldday@ocmathcouncil.com

Rubik’s Cube Challenge Questions:

sues@seventowns.com

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We hope the 2011 Math Field Day event will be a memorable experience for you and your students!