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I teach fifth grade in an intermediate school. I am interested in lessons and curriculum having to do with real-life problem solving. Something my students have done this year is start their own business. They have done everything from developing a job application, writing a manual, and accounting, to developing a sales strategy. I would like to do more projects like this, but I want to be sure that I get in all the required skills. I once saw Mark Drews do a unit involving a housing development. Are there more units like this, or curricula planned around this type of problem solving and math instruction?
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