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5/4/2015 ©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 1 Pool Border

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3 Practice Target Practice 4: Model with mathematics.

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 4 Learning Target Patterns & Functions Target 3a: I can write and graph equations and use them to solve problems. Rate your self as a problem solver on a scale from 1 to 10.

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 5 Many Swimming Pools have borders Our problem uses a square pool.

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 6 Find the number of 1 ft by 1 ft tiles required to pave the deck surrounding a 5 ft by 5 ft pool. Show your thinking. pool tile LaunchLaunch

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 7 After Private Think Time: a)Person #1 reports one idea that she/he has recorded. b)While Person #1 reports, other group members listen attentively but do not question Person #1, comment or give clues to indicate they agree or disagree. c)When Person #1 finishes reporting that idea, Person #2 reports one of her/his recorded ideas while group members listen attentively as described in b) above. d)Repeat c) until all group members have reported all of their ideas (including ideas that are repeated or slight variations of ideas previously reported). e) The group discusses the ideas that were reported. After Private Think Time: a)Person #1 reports one idea that she/he has recorded. b)While Person #1 reports, other group members listen attentively but do not question Person #1, comment or give clues to indicate they agree or disagree. c)When Person #1 finishes reporting that idea, Person #2 reports one of her/his recorded ideas while group members listen attentively as described in b) above. d)Repeat c) until all group members have reported all of their ideas (including ideas that are repeated or slight variations of ideas previously reported). e) The group discusses the ideas that were reported.

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 8 Find the number of 1 ft by 1 ft tiles required to surround the deck of a 5 ft by 5 ft pool. Share the strategy you used and your answer using Go Around Protocol One pool tile

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 9 ExploreExplore

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10 Pool Border How does your answer change if the pool is bigger? Find the number of 1 ft by 1 ft tiles required to pave the deck surrounding a 6 ft by 6 ft pool. What about 10 ft by 10 ft? What about x ft by x ft? How does your answer change if the pool is bigger? Find the number of 1 ft by 1 ft tiles required to pave the deck surrounding a 6 ft by 6 ft pool. What about 10 ft by 10 ft? What about x ft by x ft? pool tile

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 11 Pool Border Your teacher will select students to share their thinking. Actively listen to other student’s thinking. You may give the presenter feedback. You may ask a question.

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 12 Pool Border Use tiles to find several expressions to represent the relationship between the number of tiles and the length of the sides for a pool of any size width. Find as many expressions as you can. You should have a labeled drawing for each expression. Private Think Time

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 13 Pool Border Use tiles to find several expressions to represent the relationship between the number of tiles and the length of the sides for a pool of any size width. Find as many expressions as you can. You should have a labeled drawing for each expression. Work together in your group

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 14 Your teacher will select students to share their thinking. Actively listen to other student’s thinking. Your teacher will select students to share their thinking. Actively listen to other student’s thinking. Debrief How are two of the pictures connected to each other?

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©Evergreen Public Schools 2010 15 5 3 1 2 4 Learning Target Did you hit the target? Rate your understanding of the target from 1 to 5. 5 is a bullseye! I can write and graph equations and use them to solve problems.

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