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• Money Marvels - … money problems students will practise using flexible mental strategies including rounding, estimating, and finding compatible numbers. Specific Learning Outcomes: find compatible … activities that develop their ability to make sensible estimates, use rounding as a strategy to help in their estimation, combine money … on until students have developed confidence using mental strategies like rounding off, using compatible numbers and adding dollars first to make …
• BUS: Buying and Selling: Getting Cherries into a Pie (A - … . Announce a one-minute warning before the end of each round. (Trading time may be reduced to accommodate short class periods … net losses or gains. During non-trading time between round 1 and round 2, direct students' attention to the market prices on … are the cherries most frequently sold at in Round 1? Round 2? Round 3? In which round was there the greatest spread in price … ). Additional Activitiess (Day 2-Optional) Procedures for a 4th Round: This round is identical to the first day's activity except that …
• Ten Mile Day - … a correctly assembled track section looks like. Round 1 19. Tell students that during Round 1 each student is a track section … workers (line 1) = Productivity (line 3) Round 2 4 Number of completed track sections Round 1 3 2009 Federal Reserve Banks of … workers (line 1) = Productivity (line 3) Round 2 4 Number of completed track sections Round 1 3 2009 Federal Reserve Banks of … Day Visual 3: Class Work Crew Productivity Data Crew Name Round 1 Round 2 2009 Federal Reserve Banks of St. Louis and …
• In the Chips - A Market in Computer Chips - … card as a loss at the end of the round. After each trading round, allow students time to figure their net losses and gains - their "profit." During non-trading time between rounds, direct students' attention to the market record on the tally … : What was the most frequent transaction price in each round? In which round was there the greatest spread in transaction prices? Why … did the transaction prices become more clustered in the final rounds? (Competition is the most important cause for the clustering of …