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    • MATHEMATICS TEACHING PLANNING Critical Teaching Skills for Focusing Attention GROUP 1: 1. ERIS PERMATA SARI (A1C010009) 2. DWI RIZKITE (A1C010032) 3. EKA SUPRIYATNA (A1C010036) 4. MUTIA SRI NOVIANI (A1C010041) 5. HERIJON MR SIMBOLON (A1C010043) SEMESTER 5 COURSE LECTURER: DEWI RAHIMAH, S.Pd., M.Ed. MATHEMATICS EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATIC AND SCIENCE EDUCATIONFACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION UNIVERSITY BENGKULU 2012
    • 1. Convergen and Divergen Question.Convergen question : a. What is the formula to find the surface area of a rectangular parallelpiped ? b. What is the formula to find the surface area of a cylinder ? c. What is the formula to find the surface area of a right triangular prism ?Divergen Question : a. How to differentiate the formula to find the surface area of a rectangular paralellpiped? b. How to differentiate the formula to find the surface area of a cylinder? c. How to differentiate the formula to find the surface area of a right triangular prism? 2. Example question for each level of Blooms Taxonomy a) Knowledge o what is the parallelogram? o Mention the characteristic of parallelogram! b) Comprehension o Explain the opposite sides, angles, diagonals, diagonals and opposite sides theorem! o Interpret how to find the measure of opposte angles into a formula! c) Applications o Prove that the opposite angles of parallelogram are congruent! o Demonstrate with props the angle are congruent! d) Analysis
    • o Compare the characteristic of parallelogram and rhombus! e) Synthesis o Create some props of parallelogram can describe about it clearly and to help to find the lenght of sides and measure of an angles f) Evaluation o Evaluation the meaningful student about parallelogram and meaningful about the opposite sides, angles, diagonals, diagonals and opposite sides theorem! 3. Give one example question for each guideline for planning dan delivering questions based on the video :a. Be clear and conciseExample question : Can we use two methods for solving a problem oflinear equations in two variables?b. Use vocabulary that is appropriate for the age and ability of thestudentsExample question : if 2x + y = 7 and x + 2y = 8, can you find the value ofvariables ?the word “variable” is a vocabulary they’ve learned before, so it’sappropriate to the student’s ability.c. Plan question that are short enough for students to remember.Example question : what are the methods to solve a linier equation intwo variables ?
    • d. follow questions with time for students to think.Example :when teacher ask to students about question c, “what are themethods to solve a linier equation in two variables ?” use wait time 1.Then, after students answer it until the teacher gives a responses, it’sthe wait time 2.e. follow questions with directions, prompting and probing asnecessary.Example question : find the value of x and y from the following linierequation using elimination and substitution methods. x + 2y = 7, and x +3y = 8 !f. follow question with honest feedback.Example question : use the substitution method to find the value of xand y from the linier equation 3x + y = 7, and x + 3y = 4.Check the student’s answer whether they are right or not. If not, tellthem the right one.g. When you ask question of your students, your goal should be toinvolve as many of them as possible.Example question : in order to more understand about the linierequation in two variables, mentioned some examples of it?h. avoid ridiculus question.Example of ridiculus question : do you know that x and y are thevariables ?