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More Bang for Your Buck

Subject(s): Math/Technology
 Grade Level: 6
Author(s):  Christine Catlin
 
  
Synopsis: Students will make a real world connection to the mathematical concept, Order of Operations. Order of Operations is a mathematical rule for evaluating expressions. The students will perform operations in parenthesis, compute with multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction. The students will learn (explore) the rule from moving left to right with multiplication and division and then perform all addition and subtraction from left to right through investigations, scenarios and then finally with a real world problem with shopping online.
   
Driving Question: How can you get the most “bang for your buck”?
 

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