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math terms

praxis ii ILA sections

math tools calculator, manipulatives, computers
manipulative hands on games, puzzles
Pre Number and number concepts compare, count, classify objects, ordering sets, explore sets, number patterns
classifying arrange or organized according to catagory or class
ordering sets venn diagrams, Demorgan laws, counting techniques
Base ten numeration place value,reading writing numbers, expanded form
place value digit value based on position in the number
expanded number form sum of its various place values ex. 1000+200+30+7
computational procedures explanations, examples, word problems, describe relationship w/operations (+ -) model operations
number terminology factors, multiples, primes, composites, remainders, odd, even, product, etc.
factor one of two or more quantities that divides a given number without a remainder. ex 2 and 3 factors of 6
multiple number that may be divided by another number with no remainder ex. 4, 6, and 12 are multiples of 2
primes positive integer not divisible without a remainder by any positive integer other than itself ex. 3, 5, 7, 11
composite having factors
remainder number left over when one integer is divided by another
integer ONLY whole numbers on the number line - positive and negative
difference number obtained when one number is subtracted from another
odd integer not divisible by 2
even number exactly divisible by 2
rational all numbers on number line including decimals and fractions
computation procedure of calculating - using mathematical or logical methods
modeling examples to help understanding of concept
problem solve use everyday situations to formulate problems
hexagon regular polygon with 6 equal sides and angles
trapezoid 4 sided figure,1 pair of opposite sides are parallel,
rhombus 4 sided figure of equal length and all opposite sides are parallel
triangle regular polygon - equilateral and equiangular
informal geometry simplifying geometry concepts
coordinate geometry use of algebra to study geometric properties, operates on symbols defined in a coordinate system
length measurement of something along its greatest dimension
area extent of a 2 dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary
volume amount of space occupied by 3 dimensional object expressed in cubic units
weight measure of the heaviness of an object
angle figure formed by 2 lines and 2 planes diverging from a common point and space between such lines or surfaces
time number representing a specific point on continuum reckoned in hours and minutes
temperature degree of hotness or coldness of a body or envionment
distance extent of space between 2 objects or places
probablity liklihood of something occuring
probability formula - total favorable outcomes divided by total possible outcomes
organize data counting, interpreting, representing models
instructional strategies prior knowledge, model, informal reasoning, demonstrate,cooperative learning styles, oral and silent work, graphic organizers, inquiry
instructional class management model-base management, concise, efficient, age appropriate instruction, group instruction sm and large
atmosphere should encourage questions, experimentation, problem solve
assessment informal and traditional testing
assessment strategies observe, portfolio, performance examples, running records, discussions
mean average of the number
average add all data and divide by the number of pieces of data
central tendency mean, median, mode
mode number that occurs most often
median middle value when ordered least to greatest
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