# Imagine that your principal has asked you to provide evidence of the techniques you will use for teaching mathematics concepts through problem solving. Complete the table in Part 1 to determine techniques for teaching mathematics concepts through problem solving. Expand on one of the concepts by developing a lesson plan for it in Part 2 of the assignment.

Refer to Ch. 3 and Ch. 4 of Elementary and Middle School Mathematics for examples of problem-based tasks.

## Part 1: Techniques for Teaching Mathematics Concepts Table

Determine techniques for teaching mathematics concepts (e.g., geometry, measurement, algebra, patterns, numbers, and operations) through problem solving by completing the table below.

 Mathematics Concept Problem-Solving Techniques Process Standard Objectives Probability: What are the possible outcomes? Draw tree diagrams for specific problems. Create and use representation to organize, record, and communicate mathematical ideas.Apply and adapt a variety of appropriate strategies to solve problems.

## Part 2: Mathematics Concepts Through Problem-Solving Lesson Plan

Choose one of the mathematics concepts from the table above.

Create a lesson plan based on expanding your chosen mathematics concept and problem-solving technique. You may use a lesson plan template from your school or district, create your own lesson plan template, or use the University of Phoenix Material: Lesson Plan Template.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

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