# Algebra for Everyone: In-Service Handbook by Edgar L. Edwards

By Edgar L. Edwards

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Questions such as the following can be used to guide our selection of tasks for assignments in developing and maintaining algebraic skills: • Do the tasks posed require problem solving, reasoning, and communication of ideas and strategies (including communication in the language of mathematics —algebra)? • Do the tasks posed help students to consider connections to previously learned mathematics or to explore ideas that will be the subject of upcoming study? • Do the tasks posed show mathematical connections to other school subjects or to valuable applications of mathematics?

The only concem would be to make them of interest and make certain that students deal with the confusion caused by the translations. For example, consider these two written statements: (a) the number of males is two times the number of females; and (b) there were twice as many males as females. Once students make the translation M = 2F, they should be required to test the statement with examples that fit the criteria. Discussing problems orally. Not much discussion of mathematics takes place in the classrooms in this country.

A final step in the process described might even be to formulate additional questions or generalize the solution strategies and results to other situations. Such a process is mathematically powerful in the spirit of the Standards. The skills associated with this vision move far beyond skill in manipulating symbols. Broadening the complexity and interaction of skills has significant ramifications for both development and maintenance of skills. None of us would argue that becoming skillful at measuring the ingredients for a recipe is all there is to cooking.