Grade 6: Three stages examples

Order of operations (6.N.9)

Primes & composites (6.N.3)

Factors & multiples (6.N.3)

Meaning of percent (6.N.6)

Numerical patterns (6.PR.1 & 6.PR.2)

First quadrant Coordinate system (6.SS.8)

Classifying triangles (6.SS.4)

Area of rectangle (6.SS.3)

Volume of rectangular prism (6.SS.3)

Angle size (6.SS.1)

Sum of interior angles (6.SS.2)

Line graphs (6.SP.1)

Quantifying probability (6.SP.4)

Grade 5: Three stages examples

Integer addition (7.N.6)

Integer subtraction (7.N.6)

Divisibility tests (7.N.1)

Solving percent problems (7.N.3)

Fraction add & subtract (7.N.5)

Numerical patterns (7.PR.1 & 7.PR.2)

Solving simple equations (7.PR.6 & 7.PR.7)

Circumference relationships (7.SS.1)

Area of triangle (7.SS.2)

Area of Circle (7.SS.2)

Probability (7.SP.4 & 7.SP.5 & 7.SP.6)

Circle Graph (7.SP.3)

Outlier effect on mean, medium, mode (7.SP.2)

Grade 7: Three stages examples

Grade 8: Three stages examples

Pythagorean theorem (8.SS.1)

Fraction multiplication (8.N.6)

Fraction division (8.N.6)

Solving linear equations (8.PR.2)

Surface area of rectangular prism (8.SS.3)

Surface area of cylinder (8.SS.3)

- 3 Stages of Teaching
- Math reform through the ages
- Routine & non-routine problem solving
- Performance-based rubrics
- Explaining answers
- Constructing good tests
- MY data display methods
- Data management processes
- Five meanings of fraction
- Meaning of ratio
- Comparison meaning of multiplication
- Patterns: myths and not myths
- The Truth about PEDMAS
- A Test for Grading Purposes

Miscellaneous