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Integrating numeration and graphs.

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From: Claudia (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: May 03, 2000 at 10:59:51
Subject: Re: Integrating numeration and graphs.

I think that the best way to incorporate numeration with graphing is by
letting students use real data that they have collected.  From finding the
number of pockets in the classroom to the number of tires in the parking lot,
children can record the data, graph the information, write a hypothesis, and
make a prediction.  All the while, they should be looking for number
relations and patterns that help them to begin to think algebraically.  The
Creative Publications catalog has a new series of books called "Groundworks"
that have representation activities.  To receive a catalog, you can call the
customer service at 800-624-0821 or try the on-line catalog at
www.creativepublications.com.

Judy Bishop
 -for the Teacher2Teacher service

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