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1 Summative Assignment St. Thomas University Math Rebecca Whitters 2 Table of Contents Review of 5 Manipulatives.....................................................3 Annotated Bibliography........................................................8 STEM Lesson Plan...............................................................15 Other Areas of Interest:....................
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  Summative AssignmentSt. Thomas UniversityMathRebecca Whitters1   Table of Contents Review of 5 Manipulatives.....................................................3Annotated Bibliography........................................................8STEM esson !lan............................................................... 5#ther Areas of $nterest%....................................................... &Math and Te'hnology..........................................................() Review of 5 Maniulatives!  *i'e% ice are a great maniulative to have in your classroom for many#i$erent reasons. They can be use# to teach early algebraic thin%ing toelementary stu#ents as they are learning atterns. &'eblanc( Ruth). ice are also helful in classroom centers( as they can be use# for robability games( fraction activities( an# #ecimals. &'eblanc( Ruth). While * was on my racticum( * also saw them use# as art of a counting game. The stu#ents use# them to subtract the number from 1++,+( an# the -rst erson to get to ero won the game. This game is agreat way to romote mental math( as the stu#ents were counting bac%war#s from 1++ in their hea# base# on what number they rolle# on the #ice. ice are familiar to most chil#ren( an# can be use# to show many #i$erent math concets at several age levels. +anadian Money% /  Money is a great maniulative to have in your classroom as it a##s a real life feel for the chil#ren( ma%ing the learning more meaningful. *t is very imortant as it teaches stu#ents the #i$erence between each coin an# bill. Money can be use# in centers where chil#ren are given wor# roblems with subtraction an# a##ition to -gure out how much money they are left with. *t can also be use# in games the stu#ents can lay #uring in#oor recess an# free time( if theyreten# that they are in charge of a store. Money is also great for stu#ents to have when they are thin%ing about fractions( as it rovi#es them with a visual. *t is also useful to have in your classroom as stu#ents will nee# to %now how to count money when urchasing itemsin real life situations( an# it woul# be useful to learn this s%ill from a young age. 0
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