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Topic: Characteristics of problems that motivate discourse
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Roya Salehi

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Characteristics of problems that motivate discourse
Posted: Jun 6, 2001 2:28 PM
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Hi everyone,

The cylinder problem that the Bridging Research and Practice group
chose to work with has many characteristics that motivate discourse in
a math class. Read about it here:

http://mathforum.com/brap/wrap/math.html

In your opinion, what are the general characteristics of problems that
motivate discourse in a mathematics class?

Roya Salehi
roya@mathforum.com





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