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5th Grade: Word Problems - DUSD
5th Grade: Word Problems. Created by 5th grade teachers at Rio San Gabriel. This is an example of various word problem types with numbers appropriate for 5th graders. Equal Share and Multiple Group trajectories with problem solving strategies. Trajectory with examples of problem solving strategies.2nd Grade: Word Problems · 1st Grade: Word Problems · Resources
Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI)
Teachers pose a variety of problems; problem solving is the focus of instruction. 1 CGI does not involve a particular class configuration, does not use a pre-specified set of problems in a given sequence to teach the curriculum; and teachers who use CGI are not limited to specific resources. One teacher might read a children’s book to provide context for the story problems.Resources · Kindergarten: Word Problems · 2nd Grade: Word Problems · 1st Grade: Word Problems
CGI - Mrs. Joy Wolfe's 5th Grade Classroom : Home
CGI addition/subtraction Problem Sets Linked to the South Dakota Counts Website This document gives sets of addition/subtraction problems that vary in grouping.
CGI Resources - PreK-5 Mathematics - Google Sites
Sep 20, 20123-5 teachers reviewed CGI through multiplication and division problems and will extend their work to fraction problem-solving and what it looks like at the different math developmental levels. See the uploaded document "CGI Problem Task Cards" at the bottom of this page for the problems they will be using in the classroom.
CGI Math Fractions (Multiplication and Division) | 5th
Personalized Math Fraction Word problems that focuses on Multiplication and Division ; Purpose: Use drawings and reasoning to figure out solutions to problems. Targets: Student Standards: CCSS.5.5.6 5th Grade CCSS.5.5.7.c 5th Grade ×
Cognitively guided Instruction Sample problems
Megan has 5 bags of cookies. There are 3 cookies in each bag. Altogether, Megan has 15 cookies. To refresh, the three quantities in the problems are: the number of bags, the number of cookies in each bag, and the total number of cookies. In a problem, any one of the three quantities can be unknown.[PDF]
CGI Problems Created by South Dakota Math Teacher Leaders
CGI Problems Created by South Dakota Math Teacher Leaders South Dakota Math Specialists: ESA 1 – Shawn Olson ESA 2 – Natalie Musser Sioux Falls – Sue McAdaragh ESA 3 – Roxane Dyk ESA 4 – Jonath Weber ESA 5 – Tracy Mittleider ESA 6 – Lucy Atwood ESA 7 – Marcia Torgrude