# دليل المعلم Volume 1 الرياضيات للصف التاسع منهج انجليزي Reveal الفصل الثالث 2021 2022

الصف منهج انجليزي الصف التاسع منهج إنجليزي رياضيات منهج إنجليزي فصل ثالث 44.26 MB 157 2022-06-01, 13:22 مساء

دليل المعلم Volume 1 الرياضيات للصف التاسع منهج انجليزي Reveal الفصل الثالث 2021 2022

Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them

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2 Reason abtractty and quantiatively

Matrematjcalty proficient students make sense of quantities and their relationships neem situations. They bring two c«nplementary abilities to bear *wol'ärg wantitative relatimships: the ability to decontextualize—to abstract a given situation and represent it symbolically and maNpulate he representing symbols as if they have a life of treir without necesqrily atten&ng to their refererts—and the abdity to contextwfze. to pause as need diring trp manimjlation in ord« to probe ilto tie referents tie symbols invdved. Quantitative reasming entails habits of a coherent representation of the prchlem at hand: the units inWved. attending to the meanng of quantities. not just how to compute aM knowng md flexiby using Offerent properties of operations md jects

Corstruct viable arguments and critique the reasonil,g of them

Mathematically proficient students mderstand and use stated assumptions and previously eqablished resuts in constructing arguments. They make conjecüres and build a logical progressim of statements to eVore truth of ttpir cmjectures_ Thw are abe to analyze situations by breaking them into cases, can recognize and use counterexamples. They justify their cmclusions. ænmunicate them to and respmd to the arWnents of others. They reasm inåjctively about data. making *usible arguments tret take into account the context frn which the data arose

Mathematically proficient students are also able to compare the effectiveness of two plausible arguments, distinguish correct or reasming frun that which is flawed, and—if there is a flaw in an what it is. Elementary studmts can construct argunmts usirg concrete referents wch as octs, fawü-'gs, diagams, and actims_ Such arguments can make sense and be even thwgh they are not gemralized made formal until later grades. Later. learn to determile domains to which an argument applies. at all grades can listen read ttp arguments of others. decide they make sense, and useful westions to clarify improve the argunents

Mathematica"y students can the mathematics they know to solve.  in everyday life. s«iety. the workplace. In early wades. ttüs as simple as writing an addition ewation to descrüe a situatm In rne a student might apply reasoning to a event or analyze a mouen in ttp community. By  a studert use Math Integrated II to sdve a or a function to how one wantity imerest anMtpr. Mathematically proficient who can what they are comfortable making assumpbons awoximatms to simplify a complicated situation. realizing that these may later. Tty are able to identity "TVtant wantities in a practical situation aM their relatimships using such as diagrams. two-way taWes, graphs flowcharts and fumuas. They can analyze those relationships mathematically to draw cmclusims. They routinely ntergy« their mathematical results in the cmtext the situatim and reflt on whemer the resuts make sense, imprwing the if it has served its purpose

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results of assumptions. explore conseqLRnces. and with data. Mathematically proficient stud«lts at variws wade levels are abe to relevant external mathematical resources. such as #tal content a website. and them to Ttpy are aue to tmls to and their of concepts

6 Attend to precisim

Mathematkally proficient stLents try to communcate to They try to use dear defilitjms in discussion with others and in meit own reasoning They state meanülg of the they chmse. includng equal cmsistently and aiaWy. They are careful about units meanne. and labelng axes to clarify the correspondence with quantibes a Ttpy calculate efficiently. runerical answers wih a of precision appropriate the problem context. In elementary grades. students give carefully formulated explanations to each Mher. the time they high they have learned to examirp claims i make exit ot

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What Will You Learn

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