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Ece141u17 20online

  1. 1. Math & Science for Young Children ECE 141 /111F winter quarter 2011 Emily McMason Units 17 - 20
  2. 2. Need a great book to read to your students? Try The Mitten By Jan Brett Why? Because this book deals with volume
  3. 3. MAJOR CHANGE! You do NOT, I repeat do NOT need to write out and submit the key terms and review questions listed in the following slides. I do, however, want you to read through them and make sure you can answer them. 
  4. 4. Which, even though there are three words in the title, it is actually only 2 ideas. Unit 17 Ordering, Seriation & Patterning
  5. 5. Which, even though there are three words in the title, it is actually only 2 ideas. 1. ORDERING Unit 17 Ordering, Seriation & Patterning
  6. 6. Which, even though there are three words in the title, it is actually only 2 ideas. 1. ORDERING is a higher level of comparing [unit 11]. Ordering involves comparing more than two things or more than two groups, and creating a sequence from first to last. Unit 17 Ordering, Seriation & Patterning
  7. 7. Which, even though there are three words in the title, it is actually only 2 ideas. 1. ORDERING, in Piaget’s terms, is called seriation. [fun to say, sounds fancy!] Unit 17 Ordering, Seriation & Patterning
  8. 8. Which, even though there are three words in the title, it is actually only 2 ideas. 2. PATTERNING - Unit 17 Ordering, Seriation & Patterning
  9. 9. Which, even though there are three words in the title, it is actually only 2 ideas. 2. Patterning – once children have mastered ordering/seriation they move on to patterning. Patterning is… Unit 17 Ordering, Seriation & Patterning
  10. 10. Which, even though there are three words in the title, it is actually only 2 ideas. 2. Patterning – once children have mastered ordering/seriation they move on to patterning. Patterning is…making or discovering auditory, visual, or motor regularities. Unit 17 Ordering, Seriation & Patterning
  11. 11. After reading through the unit, make sure you can give a thorough and concise definition for the ‘key terms’ listed at the end of the unit ( especially that wacky idea ‘one more than’  ) . Respond to the ‘Review’ point C. Unit 17 Ordering, Seriation & Patterning
  12. 12. What does it mean to measure something? Unit 18 Measurement: v0lume, weight, length & temperature
  13. 13. What does it mean to measure something? Measurement involves assigning a number to things so that they can be compared on the same attributes. Unit 18 Measurement: volume, weight, length & temperature
  14. 14. What does it mean to measure something? Measurement involves assigning a number to things so that they can be compared on the same attributes. Translation? Examples? Unit 18 Measurement: volume, weight, length & temperature
  15. 15. What do we expect young children to learn how to measure? Volume, weight*, length & temperature [we will look at time separately in unit 19] * brownie point: come ready to class to explain the different between mass and weight and we should be measuring if we wanted consistent information here on Earth and on the Moon. Unit 18 Measurement
  16. 16. Unit 18 Measurement
  17. 17. Unit 18 Measurement
  18. 18. After reading through the unit, make sure you can give a thorough and concise definition for the ‘key terms’ listed at the end of the unit. Respond to the ‘Review’ points B & C. Unit 18 Measurement
  19. 19. Personal observations from preoperational kiddos I know: Time is not tangeble Time is non-linear Time is multidirectional Unit 19 Measurement: Time
  20. 20. First kinds of time children learn: Sequence duration Unit 19 Measurement: Time
  21. 21. Sequence and duration get overlaid onto 3 types of time: Personal experience Social activity Cultural time Unit 19 Measurement: Time
  22. 22. Language of time: General words - time, age Unit 19 Measurement: Time
  23. 23. Language of time: general words Specific words- morning, afternoon, evening, night, day, noon Unit 19 Measurement: Time
  24. 24. Language of time: general words, specific words, Relational words- soon, tomorrow, yesterday, early, late, ‘once upon a time’, before, when, first, second, third Unit 19 Measurement: Time
  25. 25. Language of time: general words, specific words, relational words, Specific Duration words- clock & watch words [minutes, seconds, hours] calendar words [date, day, month, seasons, year] Unit 19 Measurement: Time
  26. 26. Language of time: general words, specific words, relational words, specific duration words, Special Days- birthdays, Passover, Juneteenth, Cinco de Mayo, Easter, Thanksgiving, weekend, holiday Unit 19 Measurement: Time
  27. 27. After reading through the unit, make sure you can give a thorough and concise definition for the ‘key terms’ listed at the end of the unit. Respond to the ‘Review’ points B & D. Unit 19 Measurement: Time
  28. 28. After reading through the unit, make sure you can give a thorough and concise definition for the ‘key terms’ listed at the end of the unit. Respond to the ‘Review’ points B and C. Unit 20 Interpreting Data Using Graphs

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