Students Look for Errors to Gain Mathematical Understanding
Students love to spot errors. What's Wrong with This Picture? uses this enthusiasm to exercise the basic skills of geometry and visual thinking in new and exciting ways.
This book contains a set of 50 blackline masters that are perfect as warm-up exercises, homework, or group activities.
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60 pages Grades 8–10
Each page has up to four problems:
- At least one is worked correctly.
- At least one contains an error, an optical illusion, or conflicting information.
- Students reason through the problems to determine which are correct and which are not.
Looking out for errors and discussing them as a class:
- Deepens students' understanding of the concepts
- Improves their powers of observation
- Improves their mastery and retention of the material
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Effective September 6, 2012, What's Wrong with This Picture is published by Angie and Michael Serra dba Playing It Smart and is no longer associated with Key Curriculum Press.
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