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Eric.ed.gov – Math. [A Sample Guide for Integrating Career Education into Math].

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This set of mathematics instructional materials are examples of how a teacher can integrate career education into math. Six topics related to the career education concept are featured. “Sample Math Problems” was written for a class studying about jobs in a bakery, and the problems are ones that would be encountered in a bakery. “Careers as Related to Math” is a sample of how career education can be effectively correlated and integrated into math texts (Elementary School Mathematics published by Addison-Wesley) for grades 4, 5, and 6. Occupations requiring high school or college education and/or on-the-job training are listed, and the concepts required for most math-related occupations are itemized. Other materials include an outline of concepts and enrichment materials to be used along with the Addison-Wesley textbook. “Using Math in a Department Store” is a sample lesson where the students not only learn basic questions with fractions, but they also learn that these skills are necessary to work in a department store. “Bricklayers Use Multiplication” cites four multiplication work problems. “A ‘Lube’ Man Uses Math” gives three job related math problems. “Do You Really Need to Study Math?” is a brief project summary. (BP)

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