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INTRODUCING THE 'NEWEST' ADDITION TO OUR MAPS BASIC
SKILLS MATH PROGRAM
MAP FOR NUMERATION SYSTEMS
The MAP for Numeration Systems was developed as a result of
suggestions and comments from users around the country to supplement our MAPS Basic
Skills Series and Math Tutor Program. Teachers asked for teaching strategies
and additional materials for teaching basic skills so students will understand why they
are doing, what they are doing instead of trying to memorize procedures. In order to
accommodate their needs we developed the MAP for Numeration Systems Blackline Masters.
The lessons, vocabulary, word problems, enrichment activities,
projects, are the perfect extension to the MAPS Programs. The tasks, like the entire MAPS
Program, are completely individualized  students work at their own rate following
stepbystep instructions and compete only with themselves. The program can also be used
for cooperative learning activities, small group instruction and large group instruction.
It is very flexible.
 Pages 1  5 Introduces our numeration system, giving students an
understanding of how our system works and points out the differences between positional
and nonpositional systems of numeration.
 Pages 6  7 Review test to assure mastery of the material covered to
this point.
 Pages 8  14 Helps students see multiplication tables in a new light.
No more memorizing tables. Using a multiplication chart, four rules or properties and a
few finger activities students find they can master all of the tables in no time at all 
and the process not only promotes understanding but is it FUN!!
 Pages 15  22 Introduces exponents to help students really understand
'How' and 'Why' our Place Value System works. There are stepbystep instructions and
examples that walk the student through the learning process as well as practice sheets and
a review test to assure mastery.
 Pages 23  29 Introduces the student to bases other then 10. Once
they have mastered the Base 10 Place Value Chart and understand how exponents fit into the
chart to make it work they are ready to work with other bases. By working with other bases
students get a much clearer understanding of our Base 10 system and the real meaning of
"10".
 Pages 30 31 Introduces the four types of averages  range, mean,
median, and mode.
 Pages 32  33 What's My Rule? Helps students think mathematically by
developing generalizations and rules when working with numbers.
 Pages 34  36 Can You Do This? Helps students think mathematically
using a variety of operational symbols and only 4  4's to write the numerals 0  50; and
next only the numerals 1, 2, 3, 4 to write the numerals 0  50.
 Pages 38  39 Pretest on all material covered so far.
 Pages 40  41 Unit Test to test mastery of all material covered so
far.
 Pages 42  43 Enrichment activities to expand mathematical thinking.
 Pages 44  46 Word Problem practice dealing with Proportion Problems.
 Pages 47  50 Word Problem practice dealing with the three types of
Percent Problems.
 Pages 51  53 Word Problem practice dealing with mathematical
thinking.
 Pages 54  57 Mathematical Thinking Exercises  students develop
generalizations and rules for finding the sum of the first 'n' number of odd, even and
counting numbers.
 Page 58  Mathematics Vocabulary  When studying any subject, the
understanding of the vocabulary specific to that subject is very important. Students
should not memorize definitions. They need to really understand the meaning of words, be
able to use them correctly and to give specific examples of their use. The terms listed
here (along with other terms you encounter) should be introduced at the appropriate time.
Students should keep these terms in a notebook along with an understandable definition and
a good example of how it is used.
Since different sections of this program can be used at different
times and with different math areas we offer this material in the form of 'blackline
masters'. In this way teachers can give students the appropriate pages at the appropriate
time.
We believe the MAP FOR NUMERATION SYSTEMS
is the perfect supplement to the MAP Series.
Order your Numeration Systems Blackline Masters today!!
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