TIPM3 Grades 2 and 3. February 15 Monica Hartman. Agenda. Homework and Lesson Sharing Geometric Measurement – relating area to multiplication and addition Geometry – reason with shapes and attributes Fractions. Perimeter and Area Problem. Geometry.
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Imagine one of your students comes to class very excited. She tells you that she figured out a theory that you never told the class. She explains that she has discovered that as the perimeter of a rectangle increases, the area also increases. She shows you this picture to prove what she is doing.
Perimeter = 16 cm
Area = 16 square centimeters
Perimeter = 24 cm
Area = 32 square centimeters
How would you respond to this student?
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