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MTH/214

Mathematics for Elementary Educators II

The Latest Version A+ Study Guide

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MTH 214 Entire Course Link

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MTH 214 Week 1 MyMathLab Mastery Points Formative Assessment

Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab Week 1 Quiz Me activities to gain Mastery Points for the week

MTH 214 Week 1 Quiz

Please complete the week 1 quiz.

MTH 214 – Quiz 1

1. A pair of fair dice is rolled. What is the probability of rolling a sum that is even or prime?

2. A mathematics class is composed of 35 men and 45 women. There are 20 business majors, 30 biology majors, 10 computer science majors and 20 mathematics majors. No person has a double major. If a single student is chosen from the class, what is the probability that the student is a computer science or mathematics major?

3. If a person takes a five question true-false test, what is the probability that the person receives a perfect score by guessing on every question?

4. What are the odds in favor of randomly drawing the letter S from the letters in the word MISSISSIPPI?

5. The telephone prefix for the town of Blackstone, Massachusetts is 883. The prefix is followed by four digits. How many different telephone numbers are possible before a new prefix is needed?

6. A committee of three people is selected at random from a set of seven Americans, five French people and three English people. What is the probability that the committee has no Americans?

7. The mean for a set of 28 scores is 80. Suppose two more students take the test and score 60 and 50. What is the new mean?

8. Suppose there were “x” students in a class who scored 100 and “y” students who scored 50. Write an algebraic expression for the mean in terms of “x” and “y”.

9. The mean of five numbers is 6. If one of the numbers is removed, the mean becomes 7. What is the value of the number that was removed?

10. Bob was ranked 50th in a class of 250. What was his percentile rank?

MTH 214 Week 2 Geometry Manipulative Handout

Prepare an activity involving a geometric manipulative designed to teach a geometric concept to an elementary school student. You can create your own activity or modify an existing activity; if you are modifying an existing activity, however, ensure your sources are properly cited.

Note. Local Campus students must prepare a 5- to 10-minute presentation demonstrating the activity for the class.

Create a handout including the following information:

A detailed description of your activity, which must include the application of the characteristics and properties of the chosen geometric shape

Instructions for conducting the activity

Materials needed

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

MTH 214 Week 2 Learning Team Textbook Graphing Methods

Resources: Example Textbook Graphing Methods Worksheet and Textbook Graphing Methods Worksheet

Examine the different levels of K-8 elementary mathematics textbooks. Contact your instructor for assistance if you do not have access to textbooks.

Determine the different types of graphs and methods used to introduce them.

Complete the Textbook Graphing Methods Worksheet.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

Textbook Graphing Methods Worksheet

Use the elementary school textbooks you selected to complete the following table. You must review at least one textbook from each of the following three grade ranges: Grades K–2, Grades 3–5, and Grades 6–8.

For example, you may review a book from Grades 1, 4, and 7 to meet the requirements of this assignment. If your sample textbook does not contain any of the graphs listed below, please indicate that as you complete the table.

Grade

Book Name

Picture Graph

(How and when introduced)

Bar Graph

(How and when introduced)

Line Graph

(How and when introduced)

Circle Graph

(How and when introduced)

Other

(How and when introduced)

MTH 214 Week 2 MyMathLab Mastery Points Formative Assessment

Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab Week 2 Quiz Me activities to gain Mastery Points for the week.

MTH 214 Week 2 Quiz

Please complete the week 2 quiz.

MTH 214 - Week 2 Quiz

1. How many planes are determined by four points, no three of which are collinear?

2. Determine how many diagonals a 20-gon has.

3. Two angles are complementary and the ratio of their measures is 7:2. What are their angle measures?

4. If two angles of a triangle are complementary, what is the measure of the third angle?

5. Find the measure of angle 1 in the figure at right.

If one interior angle of a parallelogram measures 120°, what are the measures of the other three interior angles?

7. Identify five shapes of containers that can be found in a grocery store.

8. If <ACB is a right angle as shown, and the other angles are as indicated in the figure, find x, the measure of <DCB.

If a pyramid has an octagon for a base, how many lateral faces does it have?

10. Explain whether or not a cylinder has to have a circular base.

MTH 214 Week 3 Tessellation Patterns

Resource: Tessellation Example, Technology Resource Library in the College of Education Resources

Create a tessellation pattern using the Microsoft® paint program, GeoGebra, Microsoft®PowerPoint®, other means available to you, or you may draw something by hand. Ask your instructor for assistance if needed.

Use color and shading to create a visually-pleasing tessellation.

Write a 350- to 700-word paper including the following:

An explanation of why you chose the tessellated figure

The type of transformation used and why

The actual tessellation or a picture of the created tessellation

Some real-world examples of tessellations that you can find

How you might use real-world examples of tessellations to help elementary level students understand tessellations

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

MTH 214 Week 3 MyMathLab Mastery Points Formative Assessment

Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab Week 3 Quiz Me activities to gain Mastery Points for the week.

MTH 214 Week 3 Quiz

Please complete the week 3 quiz.

MTH 214 - Week 3 Quiz

If two students are constructing equilateral triangles with one side of 4 inches, explain whether the triangles constructed must be congruent.

What is the shape that is formed by taking the inner piece of cardboard in a paper towel roll, carefully cutting along the seam and flattening? How do you know this?

Explain whether any two arcs of the same circle are similar.

If a figure had an area of 7 and was transformed by a size transformation with a scale factor of 3, what is the area of the image?

Write the equation of the line containing the points (-4, 1) and (5, 2).

Find the equation of the line passing through (-1, 2) and perpendicular to y = 3x + 5.

Times New Roman is a computer font. Are fonts of size 16 and 36 similar? Why?

If a figure has point symmetry, must it have line symmetry? Explain.

Find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for the equation y = -¾x + 3.

Solve the system of equations: x + 2y = 3

4x + 5y = 6

MTH 214 Week 4 Shapes

Complete the Shapes according to the directions provided.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

Shapes

Resource: Technology Resource Library located in the College of Education Resources

As a group, decide on a three-dimensional shape.

Individually, build a three-dimensional shape.

Take pictures of your shape during the different stages of the building process, and take a picture of the final shape.

Share your shapes within your group. Discuss how each group member’s shape was similar or different.

Locate an architectural landmark (monument, building, etc.) that is a real-world example of your shape.

Note: Local Campus students must bring their shape with them to class.

Prepare at least three questions to be presented to the class for problem solving. The questions must encourage students to review the following concepts: perimeter; volume; surface area; and the number of vertices, faces, and edges associated with the three-dimensional shape.

Present a 12- to 15-slide presentation using Microsoft® PowerPoint® or another technology presentation tool of your choice with faculty approval.

· For Local Campus students, these are 10- to 15-minute oral presentations accompanied by Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations or other presentation tool approved by faculty.

· For Online and Directed Study students, these are Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations with notes or other presentation tool approved by faculty.

Include the following in your presentation:

· How your shape was built

· Pictures of the shape for online students or the physical shape for local campus students

· List of questions

· Solutions to questions, and the rationale for creating the questions

· References formatted according to APA guidelines

Present your questions to the class.

Note: Online Learning Teams will post their questions.

MTH 214 Week 4 MyMathLab Mastery Points Formative Assessment

Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab Week 4 Quiz Me activities to gain Mastery Points for the week.

MTH 214 Week 4 Quiz

Please complete the week 4 quiz.

MTH214 - Week 4 Quiz

1. Convert 400 yards into inches.

2. A rectangular piece of land is 1300 yds × 1500 yds. What is the area in acres?

3. A rectangular field is 64 meters × 25 meters. You want to fence in a square field that has the same area as the rectangular field. How long are the sides of the square field?

4. Quadrilateral MATH has been dissected into squares. The area of the red square is 64 square units and the area of the blue square is 81 square units. Determine the dimensions and the area of quadrilateral MATH.

5. Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the value of x in the diagram. The length of the side provided is "s".

6. If the hypotenuse of a right triangle is 30 cm long and one leg is twice as long as the other, how long are the legs of the triangle?

7. A 15 feet ladder is leaning against a wall. The base of the ladder is 3 feet from the wall. How high above the ground is the top of the ladder?

8. Use the following figure to prove the Pythagorean Theorem by first proving that the quadrilateral with side c is a square. Then, compute the area of the square with side a + b in two ways: (a) as (a + b)2 and (b) as the sum of the areas of the four triangles and the square with side c.

9. Assume the radius of Earth is 6,370 km and Earth is a sphere. What is its surface area?

10. If each edge of a cube is increased by 30%, by what percent does the volume increase?

MTH 214 Week 5 Math Paper

Complete the Math Paper based on the directions.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

Note. BSLS students and BSED students have a different writing prompt.

*Note: This assignment requires a field experience for BSLS students. Remember to document your experience on your Field Experience Record.

MTH 214 Week 5 Curriculum Night

Curriculum night is fast approaching. You are required to share with parents the math concepts and skills that will be taught during the school year. Your school has an expectation that parents will help students with their homework each week. Based on your learning experience in MTH/213 and MTH/214, how could you present these math concepts to parents in a way that is understandable to parents?

Prepare a 15- to 20-minute presentation for parents using a presentation tool in the Technology Resource Library. Include the following in your presentation:

Choose three of the major mathematical concepts of MTH/214.

Explain how these concepts are relevant to student learning.

Include a manipulative that could be used for a hands-on activity for each concept.

Explain how these concepts build on the skills and concepts learning in MTH/213.

Determine how the course concepts have influenced your ideas and philosophy of teaching.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

MTH 214 Week 5 Practice Comprehensive Exam

Complete the Comprehensive Quiz in MyMathLab

MTH 214 Week 5 Comprehensive Exam

Complete the Comprehensive Quiz in MyMathLab

MTH 214 Week 5 Quiz

Please complete the week 5 quiz.

MTH 214 – Quiz 5

1. How many batting lineups are there for nine players of a baseball team if the center fielder must bat fourth, the second baseman must bat third and the pitcher last?

2. Two dice are rolled together. What is the probability of rolling a prime number?

3. Students compiled data for an experiment. Their data consisted of the multiples of 3 between 1 and 100. Find the mean, median, upper quartile and lower quartile of the data.

4. If the measure of each interior angle of a polygon is 176 degrees, how many sides does the polygon have?

5. Find 7°39’46” + 5°24’33”.

6. A person 6 feet tall casts a 15 foot shadow on a building. How tall is the person who casts a 10 foot shadow on the building?

7. Solve the system: 2x + 3y = 18

4x – 5y = 14

8. Find the surface area of a right circular cone with radius of 5cm and height of 12cm.

9. Find the volume of a right square pyramid with height of 6cm and side length of the base of 8cm.

10. Given the line y = 3x – 2 and the point (2, -4), find the equations of the lines parallel and perpendicular to the line above.

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MTH/214

Mathematics for Elementary Educators II

The Latest Version A+ Study Guide

**********************************************

MTH 214 Entire Course Link

https://uopcourses.com/category/mth-214/

**********************************************

MTH 214 Week 1 MyMathLab Mastery Points Formative Assessment

Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab Week 1 Quiz Me activities to gain Mastery Points for the week

MTH 214 Week 1 Quiz

Please complete the week 1 quiz.

MTH 214 – Quiz 1

1. A pair of fair dice is rolled. What is the probability of rolling a sum that is even or prime?

2. A mathematics class is composed of 35 men and 45 women. There are 20 business majors, 30 biology majors, 10 computer science majors and 20 mathematics majors. No person has a double major. If a single student is chosen from the class, what is the probability that the student is a computer science or mathematics major?

3. If a person takes a five question true-false test, what is the probability that the person receives a perfect score by guessing on every question?

4. What are the odds in favor of randomly drawing the letter S from the letters in the word MISSISSIPPI?

5. The telephone prefix for the town of Blackstone, Massachusetts is 883. The prefix is followed by four digits. How many different telephone numbers are possible before a new prefix is needed?

6. A committee of three people is selected at random from a set of seven Americans, five French people and three English people. What is the probability that the committee has no Americans?

7. The mean for a set of 28 scores is 80. Suppose two more students take the test and score 60 and 50. What is the new mean?

8. Suppose there were “x” students in a class who scored 100 and “y” students who scored 50. Write an algebraic expression for the mean in terms of “x” and “y”.

9. The mean of five numbers is 6. If one of the numbers is removed, the mean becomes 7. What is the value of the number that was removed?

10. Bob was ranked 50th in a class of 250. What was his percentile rank?

MTH 214 Week 2 Geometry Manipulative Handout

Prepare an activity involving a geometric manipulative designed to teach a geometric concept to an elementary school student. You can create your own activity or modify an existing activity; if you are modifying an existing activity, however, ensure your sources are properly cited.

Note. Local Campus students must prepare a 5- to 10-minute presentation demonstrating the activity for the class.

Create a handout including the following information:

A detailed description of your activity, which must include the application of the characteristics and properties of the chosen geometric shape

Instructions for conducting the activity

Materials needed

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

MTH 214 Week 2 Learning Team Textbook Graphing Methods

Resources: Example Textbook Graphing Methods Worksheet and Textbook Graphing Methods Worksheet

Examine the different levels of K-8 elementary mathematics textbooks. Contact your instructor for assistance if you do not have access to textbooks.

Determine the different types of graphs and methods used to introduce them.

Complete the Textbook Graphing Methods Worksheet.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

Textbook Graphing Methods Worksheet

Use the elementary school textbooks you selected to complete the following table. You must review at least one textbook from each of the following three grade ranges: Grades K–2, Grades 3–5, and Grades 6–8.

For example, you may review a book from Grades 1, 4, and 7 to meet the requirements of this assignment. If your sample textbook does not contain any of the graphs listed below, please indicate that as you complete the table.

Grade

Book Name

Picture Graph

(How and when introduced)

Bar Graph

(How and when introduced)

Line Graph

(How and when introduced)

Circle Graph

(How and when introduced)

Other

(How and when introduced)

MTH 214 Week 2 MyMathLab Mastery Points Formative Assessment

Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab Week 2 Quiz Me activities to gain Mastery Points for the week.

MTH 214 Week 2 Quiz

Please complete the week 2 quiz.

MTH 214 - Week 2 Quiz

1. How many planes are determined by four points, no three of which are collinear?

2. Determine how many diagonals a 20-gon has.

3. Two angles are complementary and the ratio of their measures is 7:2. What are their angle measures?

4. If two angles of a triangle are complementary, what is the measure of the third angle?

5. Find the measure of angle 1 in the figure at right.

If one interior angle of a parallelogram measures 120°, what are the measures of the other three interior angles?

7. Identify five shapes of containers that can be found in a grocery store.

8. If <ACB is a right angle as shown, and the other angles are as indicated in the figure, find x, the measure of <DCB.

If a pyramid has an octagon for a base, how many lateral faces does it have?

10. Explain whether or not a cylinder has to have a circular base.

MTH 214 Week 3 Tessellation Patterns

Resource: Tessellation Example, Technology Resource Library in the College of Education Resources

Create a tessellation pattern using the Microsoft® paint program, GeoGebra, Microsoft®PowerPoint®, other means available to you, or you may draw something by hand. Ask your instructor for assistance if needed.

Use color and shading to create a visually-pleasing tessellation.

Write a 350- to 700-word paper including the following:

An explanation of why you chose the tessellated figure

The type of transformation used and why

The actual tessellation or a picture of the created tessellation

Some real-world examples of tessellations that you can find

How you might use real-world examples of tessellations to help elementary level students understand tessellations

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

MTH 214 Week 3 MyMathLab Mastery Points Formative Assessment

Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab Week 3 Quiz Me activities to gain Mastery Points for the week.

MTH 214 Week 3 Quiz

Please complete the week 3 quiz.

MTH 214 - Week 3 Quiz

If two students are constructing equilateral triangles with one side of 4 inches, explain whether the triangles constructed must be congruent.

What is the shape that is formed by taking the inner piece of cardboard in a paper towel roll, carefully cutting along the seam and flattening? How do you know this?

Explain whether any two arcs of the same circle are similar.

If a figure had an area of 7 and was transformed by a size transformation with a scale factor of 3, what is the area of the image?

Write the equation of the line containing the points (-4, 1) and (5, 2).

Find the equation of the line passing through (-1, 2) and perpendicular to y = 3x + 5.

Times New Roman is a computer font. Are fonts of size 16 and 36 similar? Why?

If a figure has point symmetry, must it have line symmetry? Explain.

Find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for the equation y = -¾x + 3.

Solve the system of equations: x + 2y = 3

4x + 5y = 6

MTH 214 Week 4 Shapes

Complete the Shapes according to the directions provided.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

Shapes

Resource: Technology Resource Library located in the College of Education Resources

As a group, decide on a three-dimensional shape.

Individually, build a three-dimensional shape.

Take pictures of your shape during the different stages of the building process, and take a picture of the final shape.

Share your shapes within your group. Discuss how each group member’s shape was similar or different.

Locate an architectural landmark (monument, building, etc.) that is a real-world example of your shape.

Note: Local Campus students must bring their shape with them to class.

Prepare at least three questions to be presented to the class for problem solving. The questions must encourage students to review the following concepts: perimeter; volume; surface area; and the number of vertices, faces, and edges associated with the three-dimensional shape.

Present a 12- to 15-slide presentation using Microsoft® PowerPoint® or another technology presentation tool of your choice with faculty approval.

· For Local Campus students, these are 10- to 15-minute oral presentations accompanied by Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations or other presentation tool approved by faculty.

· For Online and Directed Study students, these are Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations with notes or other presentation tool approved by faculty.

Include the following in your presentation:

· How your shape was built

· Pictures of the shape for online students or the physical shape for local campus students

· List of questions

· Solutions to questions, and the rationale for creating the questions

· References formatted according to APA guidelines

Present your questions to the class.

Note: Online Learning Teams will post their questions.

MTH 214 Week 4 MyMathLab Mastery Points Formative Assessment

Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab Week 4 Quiz Me activities to gain Mastery Points for the week.

MTH 214 Week 4 Quiz

Please complete the week 4 quiz.

MTH214 - Week 4 Quiz

1. Convert 400 yards into inches.

2. A rectangular piece of land is 1300 yds × 1500 yds. What is the area in acres?

3. A rectangular field is 64 meters × 25 meters. You want to fence in a square field that has the same area as the rectangular field. How long are the sides of the square field?

4. Quadrilateral MATH has been dissected into squares. The area of the red square is 64 square units and the area of the blue square is 81 square units. Determine the dimensions and the area of quadrilateral MATH.

5. Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the value of x in the diagram. The length of the side provided is "s".

6. If the hypotenuse of a right triangle is 30 cm long and one leg is twice as long as the other, how long are the legs of the triangle?

7. A 15 feet ladder is leaning against a wall. The base of the ladder is 3 feet from the wall. How high above the ground is the top of the ladder?

8. Use the following figure to prove the Pythagorean Theorem by first proving that the quadrilateral with side c is a square. Then, compute the area of the square with side a + b in two ways: (a) as (a + b)2 and (b) as the sum of the areas of the four triangles and the square with side c.

9. Assume the radius of Earth is 6,370 km and Earth is a sphere. What is its surface area?

10. If each edge of a cube is increased by 30%, by what percent does the volume increase?

MTH 214 Week 5 Math Paper

Complete the Math Paper based on the directions.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

Note. BSLS students and BSED students have a different writing prompt.

*Note: This assignment requires a field experience for BSLS students. Remember to document your experience on your Field Experience Record.

MTH 214 Week 5 Curriculum Night

Curriculum night is fast approaching. You are required to share with parents the math concepts and skills that will be taught during the school year. Your school has an expectation that parents will help students with their homework each week. Based on your learning experience in MTH/213 and MTH/214, how could you present these math concepts to parents in a way that is understandable to parents?

Prepare a 15- to 20-minute presentation for parents using a presentation tool in the Technology Resource Library. Include the following in your presentation:

Choose three of the major mathematical concepts of MTH/214.

Explain how these concepts are relevant to student learning.

Include a manipulative that could be used for a hands-on activity for each concept.

Explain how these concepts build on the skills and concepts learning in MTH/213.

Determine how the course concepts have influenced your ideas and philosophy of teaching.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

MTH 214 Week 5 Practice Comprehensive Exam

Complete the Comprehensive Quiz in MyMathLab

MTH 214 Week 5 Comprehensive Exam

Complete the Comprehensive Quiz in MyMathLab

MTH 214 Week 5 Quiz

Please complete the week 5 quiz.

MTH 214 – Quiz 5

1. How many batting lineups are there for nine players of a baseball team if the center fielder must bat fourth, the second baseman must bat third and the pitcher last?

2. Two dice are rolled together. What is the probability of rolling a prime number?

3. Students compiled data for an experiment. Their data consisted of the multiples of 3 between 1 and 100. Find the mean, median, upper quartile and lower quartile of the data.

4. If the measure of each interior angle of a polygon is 176 degrees, how many sides does the polygon have?

5. Find 7°39’46” + 5°24’33”.

6. A person 6 feet tall casts a 15 foot shadow on a building. How tall is the person who casts a 10 foot shadow on the building?

7. Solve the system: 2x + 3y = 18

4x – 5y = 14

8. Find the surface area of a right circular cone with radius of 5cm and height of 12cm.

9. Find the volume of a right square pyramid with height of 6cm and side length of the base of 8cm.

10. Given the line y = 3x – 2 and the point (2, -4), find the equations of the lines parallel and perpendicular to the line above.

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