Angela Bottaro-Porter
Asked 6 years ago

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Share with other colleagues, Helen Vere, Gemma Padroth, Sharon Deen-Moody, Susan Riley, Alexandra Byrne

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Yueh Mei Liu
Asked 6 years ago

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Teck Seng Koh, there are several methods. See if this one make sense to you.

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Teck Seng Koh
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Hi Yueh Mei, for this question, I solved it by simultaneous eqns. How do primary schools teach the solution using models? Thank you!

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Chatawut Che
Asked 6 years ago

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I think bar model can be applied to this problem. Please try. In one class room, there are 50 students in total. Teacher gives oranges to all students by giving 2 oranges to one girl and 1 orange to one boy. At the final, total oranges in girls' hands are 7 more than oranges in boys' hand. How many boys in class?

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Chatawut Che
Asked 6 years ago

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Hello. I am interested to implement singapore math to Thai students. Any suggestions for the fast track approach? Thank you so much.

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