After completing the readings from Accessible Mathematics (Leinwand, 2009), complete the following activities.

Choose a geometrical or measurement concept.

Relate the concept to a real world situation or context.

Write a problem based on the concept and the context.

In addition, address the following questions:

What questions might arise from this situation?
What questions might your students ask?
What answers might your students give?

Discussions require Level 1 Headings and a Reference List.
Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research.

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With my remedial group, the Geometrical topic of choice would be finding the “perimeter”. The reason why I would choose this particular topic is because it is an “access skills”. “Access Skills” are skills and/or concepts taught in the Math curriculum which set the stage for learning and understanding other higher level topics and/or concepts within the said specialized area or related areas (Leinwand, 2009). Once my lesson is taught on “perimeter” and aggregate student mastery has reached 90% or higher, I send students home with a home/school ...
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