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* *Reflection: Problem-based Approaches
Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part III - Section 3: Work Time

*A Million Dollars.MP4*

*Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part III*

# Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part III

Lesson 10 of 12

## Objective: SWBAT to solve problems by performing operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation.

## Big Idea: Now that students have practiced basic operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing) with bare numbers expressed in scientific notation, they are ready to solve problems within a real-world context.

#### Warm Up

*8 min*

For today's Warm Up assignment, students must use their knowledge of scientific notation to solve two problems. As students work, I move throughout the room checking student work. I am watching for common errors like applying incorrect operations or failing to write numbers in scientific notation correctly.

Once the timer sounds after 5 minutes, I call the students to the smart board to go over the answers. I call on random students (selected from a cup of name sticks) to share the answers they found. We then work to come to consensus by class verification.

- Problem Solving with Sci Not, Part III.notebook (SMART Notebook File)
- Problem Solving with Sci Not- Part III Notebook.pdf (Notebook file in PDF)

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#### Learning Objective

*1 min*

After finishing our work with the Work Time problems, I introduced the day's Learning Objective. I want my students to be aware of the objective so they more adequately reflect on their level of acquisition.

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#### Work Time

*30 min*

For today's Work Time assignment, I have selected a task from the Math Assessment Project called a_million_dollars_task. The task requires students to calculate a variety of numbers like the number of hamburgers that can be purchased with a million dollars.

Once student finish the task, I instruct students to create their own million dollar task problem.

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- LESSON 1: Introduction to Scientific Notation
- LESSON 2: Expressing Numbers in Scientific Notation
- LESSON 3: Practice with Expressing Numbers in Scientific Notation
- LESSON 4: Adding and Subtracting with Scientific Notation Part I
- LESSON 5: Adding and Subtracting with Scientific Notation Part II
- LESSON 6: Multiplying with Scientific Notation
- LESSON 7: Dividing Numbers in Scientific Notation
- LESSON 8: Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part I
- LESSON 9: Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part II
- LESSON 10: Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part III
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