Task 3 PPM - Group 3 - Focusing Attention

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Task 3 PPM - Group 3 - Focusing Attention

  1. 1. MATHEMATICS TEACHING PLANNINGCritical Teaching Skills for Focusing Attention GROUP 3: 1. ELWAN SETIADI (A1C010015) 2. AHYAR FORMADI (A1C010016) 3. EKA NOVRIANTI P.P (A1C010024) 4. INTAN TIA ENGGRAINI (A1C010025) 5. TENDY NOVIKA . A (A1C010013) COURSE LECTURER: DEWI RAHIMAH, S.Pd., M.Ed. MATHEMATICS EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAMDEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATIC AND SCIENCE EDUCATION FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION UNIVERSITY BENGKULU 2012
  2. 2. Critical Teaching Skills for Focusing Attention (Group Works)Please work on this assignment in your group :1. Give examples three convergen and three divergen questions based on this2. Give one example question for each level of Blooms Taxonomy based on this3. Give one example question for each guideline for planning dan deliveringquestions based on this videoAnswer : 1. Convergen a. What is the formula of rectangular parallelpiped’s volume? b. What is the formula of cylinder’s surface area? c. What is the formula of right triangular prism’s surface area? Divergen a. How we can get the formula of rectangular parallelpiped’s surface area? b. Why the formula cylinder’s surface area is ? c. To get the formula of right triangular prism’s surface area, what will we do the first? (based on video) 2. a. Knowledge What is definition of parallelogram? b. Comprehension Give additional examples of parallelogram? Explain that the opposite angles of a parallelogram are congruent? c. Application Explain why the diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other? d. Analysis What the difference of theorem of opposite angles of a parallelogram with theorem of a diagonal and opposite sides of a parallelogram? e. Synthesis Create two congruent angles from a diagonal and opposite sides of a parallelogram? f. Evaluation 1 2 3 4
  3. 3. From the figures above select the the figure which a parallelogram?3. A. be clear and concise there are several ways to solve equations 2 variables ? B. use vocabulary that is appropriate for the age and ability of the students 2X – Y = 9 , is the EQUATION of equation 2 variables C. plan question there are short enough for student to remember How many techniques to solve equations 2 variables ? D. follow questions with time for student to think answer correctly in 3 minutes ; 4X – 2Y = 8 , X – 2Y = 4 E. follow questions wiyh directions,prompting and probing as necessary complete the following questions using elimination techniques ; 2X – Y = 3 , 3X + 2Y =6 F. follow question with honest feedback complete the following questions using elimination techniques ; 2X – Y = 3 , 3X + 2Y =6 , if not, tell them the right one G. when you ask question of your students, your goal should be to involve as many of them as possible mention a few examples of linear equations 2 variables ? H. avoid ridiculus question 2X = 6, do you that 2 is constanta of X ?

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