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# Process Skills Level 3

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Process Skills In Problem Solving is specially written for primary level pupils to systematically develop competency in thinking skills and problem solving heuristics through meaningful and challenging activities.

By walking through the underlying processes of both routine and non-routine problems at appropriate levels, this series of books will help pupils to be aware of and develop a set of good habits of mind and acquire the necessary process skills involved in reasoning, communication and connections, thinking skills and heuristics, and application and modeling.

Above extract from Preface of
Process Skills in Problem Solving (reproduced with the permission of the publishers).

There are answers and detailed solutions at the back of the book.
This series can be used as a supplement to Singapore Math® materials to provide additional approaches, examples, and practice in problem solving.

Problem Skills in Problem Solving 3

Contents

Part I The Model Approach

Unit 1 Addition and Subtraction I – Review

1.1 Part-Whole Model
1.2 One-Step Routine Word Problems – Equal Concept I, II, III
1.3 Comparison Model
1.4 One-Step Routine Word Problems – Comparison Concept I, II / Different Concept

Unit 2 Addition and Subtraction II

2.1 Two-Step Word Problems

Unit 3 Multiplication

3.1 Model Drawing Involving Multiplication
3.2 One-Step Routine Word Problems – Repeated-Addition Concept / Multiple Concept I, II
3.3 Two-Step Word Problems

Unit 4 Division

4.1 Model Drawing Involving Division
4.2 One-Step Routine Word Problems – Sharing Concept / Grouping Concept / Multiple Concept I, II
4.3 Two-Step Word Problems

Unit 5 Four Operations

5.1 *Challenging Word Problems I (Difference-Multiple Concept)
5.2 *Challenging Word Problems II (Make-A-Whole Concept)
5.3 *Challenging Word Problems III (Before-After Concept)
5.4 *Challenging Word Problems IV (Internal-Transfer Concept)

Part II The Heuristic Approach

Unit 6 Act it Out
Unit 7 Look For Pattern I
Unit 8 Look For Pattern II
Unit 9 Work Backwards
Unit 10 Draw a Diagram
Unit 11 Restate The Problem I (Whole Numbers)
Unit 12 Restate The Problem II (Fractions)
Unit 13 *Restate The Problem III (Area And Perimeter)
Unit 14 *Make A Supposition
Unit 15 *Combined Strategies