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Pregnancy Project D. Minyo

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Problem: How many students have 5 pregnant teachers? How many students have 4 pregnant teachers? How many students have 3, 2, 1 pregnant teachers? How many students do not have any pregnant teachers?

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DOK4: Extended Thinking: Level 4 Requires time to research, think, process, multiple conditions of the problem or task Students are expected to make non-routine manipulations or connections across discipline, content areas or multiple sources Need to select or devise one approach among many alternatives on how the situation can be solved Due to the complexity of cognitive demand, DOK 4 often requires an extended period of time

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The Process

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What do you want to know? How many female teachers? How many of each grade level? How many students in each of pregnant teachers class? How many students have a 1-6 vs. 2-7 schedule?

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Number of students Seniors 279 Juniors 297 Sophomores 307 Freshmen 312

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Work

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Answers No 5 or 4 classes. 18/1202 have 3 classes 1% 106/1202 have 2 classes 9% 455/1202 have 1 class 38% 623/1202 have no class 52% OR

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Another way to look at it. 83/286 seniors have 1 or 2 classes 29% 93/297 juniors have 1 or 2 classes 31% 185/312 sophomores have 1, 2, 3 59% 218/307 freshmen have 1, 2, 3 71%

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