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Pizza Party Planners MEA featuring Curious George (Model Eliciting Activity)

Pizza Party Planners MEA featuring Curious George (Model Eliciting Activity)
Pizza Party Planners MEA featuring Curious George (Model Eliciting Activity)
Pizza Party Planners MEA featuring Curious George (Model Eliciting Activity)
Pizza Party Planners MEA featuring Curious George (Model Eliciting Activity)
Pizza Party Planners MEA featuring Curious George (Model Eliciting Activity)
Pizza Party Planners MEA featuring Curious George (Model Eliciting Activity)
Pizza Party Planners MEA featuring Curious George (Model Eliciting Activity)
Pizza Party Planners MEA featuring Curious George (Model Eliciting Activity)
Product Description
Set includes lesson plan and guidelines for implementation, 2 data sets, 2 reading passages, 2 letter templates, and rubric for grading.

Summary: In the story Curious George and the Pizza Party (by Rey, H.A., and Margret Rey), Curious George attends a pizza party for a friend. Now the man with the yellow hat wants to plan his own pizza party for Curious George, but he needs the students' help. Help the man with the yellow hat use the data about the different pizza companies in his area to rank the options from best to worst, considering the toppings offered, crust options, prices, and customer satisfaction ratings. Then the students will use the special promotions from each pizza company and their math skills to figure out which pizza place offers the best deals. Each team of students will write letters to the man with the yellow hat explaining how they ranked the companies and why they chose their rankings to help him choose the best pizza for George's party.

MEAs are open-ended, interdisciplinary problem-solving activities that reveal students’ thinking about the embedded concepts. MEAs resemble engineering problems because students work in teams to apply their knowledge of science and mathematics to solve open-ended, realistic problems, while considering constraints and tradeoffs and clearly documenting their thought process. MEAs follow a problem-based, student centered approach to learning, where students are encouraged to grapple with the problem while the teacher acts as a facilitator. This early elementary MEA based on a favorite Curious George book will require your students to put their problem solving skills to the test!
Total Pages
14 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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