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Contextualizing Algebraic Word Problems through Story Using Technology

Author(s): Terri L. Kurz (Arizona State University – Polytechnic, USA), Barbara Bartholomew (California State University – Bakersfield, USA), Amanda Sibley (Arizona State University – Polytechnic, USA) and Scott Fraser (Arizona State University – Polytechnic, USA)
Copyright: 2015
Pages: 18
EISBN13: 9781466681064

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Abstract

Using stories in mathematics helps students situate mathematics within a context. This chapter presents an activity for the integration of stories and word problems into an algebra course designed for pre-service teachers. The pre-service teachers designed and created stories using technology (digital cameras and PowerPoint) to support algebraic explorations at the elementary and secondary levels based on the Common Core Standards. A balance of technology, language arts, and mathematics content is possible with these stories. The activity can be extended beyond the university classroom by guiding secondary students in creating their own algebraic stories in the classroom.

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