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The Mathsquad Skill Problem Solving Resources aim to improve students' ability to engage with unfamiliar problems. What types of problem solving tools are included in the Problem Solving Toolbox lessons? Drawing a diagram/acting it out, working systematically, finding a pattern, solve a simpler problem, use algebra. What is the structure of the Problem Solving Toolbox resources? There are 5 different problem solving strategies within the booklet and each is covered over 2 weeks. What is the structure of sheets within the Mixed Worded Questions set?
There are three collections of problems designed to be used over each of the first three terms. The first week focuses on a collection of worded problems that can be solved using the particular strategy and the second week is a whole class open ended problem using the same strategy.
It is suggested that in Term 4, once students' problem solving skills have been developed, teachers make use of past NAPLAN questions. Term 1: Mathematical Puzzles Term 2: Building a Problem Solving Toolbox Term 3: Mixed Worded Questions The Year 7 Problem Solving Bundle can be downloaded by clicking hyperlinked text or the first green button at the top of this page. What is the general structure of the Mathematical Puzzle resources? The open ended problems will each be carried out in a slightly different way though for each worded question lesson it is recommended that you print out a copy of the worded questions one per student (or make them available as a PDF to be accessed electronically). What is the general structure of the open ended questions within the Problem Solving Toolbox lessons?
You can find area and volume of rectangles, circles, triangles, trapezoids, boxes, cylinders, cones, pyramids, spheres.
You can simplify and evaluate expressions, factor/multiply polynomials, combine expressions.