Created on: September 30, 2018

Website Address: https://library.curriki.org/oer/Dan-Meyer-s-Three-Act-Math-Tasks-309724

TABLE OF CONTENTS

- Coke vs. Sprite
- Pizza Doubler
- Penny Circle
- Taco Cart
- What Light Looks Like
- Water Tank
- Sugar Packets
- Falling Rocks
- Falling Glowsticks
- Bucky the Badger
- Holes
- Print Job
- Pyramid of Pennies
- Shower vs. Bath
- Super-Bear
- Incredible Shrinking Dollar
- World\'s Largest Hot Coffee
- Domino Skyscraper
- Car Caravan
- You Pour, I Choose
- Circle-Square
- Girl Scout Cookies
- Pool Bounce
- Coca Cola Pool
- Best Triangle
- Best Square
- Best Midpoint
- Best Circle

Collection of videos and three part math lessons from Dan Meyer (http://blog.mrmeyer.com/about-2/), Chief Academic Officer at Desmos. He uses storytelling to teach math as "Storytelling gives us a framework for certain mathematical tasks that is both prescriptive enough to be useful and flexible enough to be usable. Many stories divide into three acts, each of which maps neatly onto these mathematical tasks."

In this math task, students will determine which glass contains more of its original soda based off of information given in a video.

In this math task, students will use their knowledge of geometry to determine the better coupon for slices of pizza.

In this math task, will guess how many pennies a circle will hold based off of information provided in a video.

In this math task, students will estimate who can reach the taco cart first based off of information in a video.

In this math task, students will watch a video and investigate how light is behaving.

In this math task, students will watch a video of a water tank and estimate the time it will take to fill and empty the tank.

In this math task, students will watch a video and estimate the number of sugar packets in a 20oz bottle of soda.

In this math task, students will estimate the depth of a chasm using falling rocks and information given in a video.

In this math task, students will watch a video and estimate the depth of a chasm based on the given information.

In this math task, students will watch a video and make estimations about the number of push-ups a mascot will need to complete during an entire game.

In this math task, students will watch a video and make estimations of ditch digging performance.

In this math task, students will watch a video and guess the amount of time it will take for a print job to complete.

In this math task, students will guess the number of pennies displayed in the video.

In this math task, students will investigate whether a shower or bath is cheaper based off of information given in a video.

In this math task, students will watch a video and estimate how many mini bears will need to be consumed to match the size of the super-bear.

In this math task, students will watch a video of a shrinking dollar and make predictions of its size.

In this math task, students will estimate the number of gallons of coffee will fill a giant coffee cup in the given video.

In this math task, students will investigate how many dominoes it will take to knock down a domino the size of a skyscraper.

In this math task, students will estimate the number of toy cars in a photograph.

In this math task, students will investigate which glass contains more soda based off of information given in a video.

In this math task, students will debate what is happening to a circle and a square (regarding area) in a given video.

In this math task, students estimate the number of boxes of Girl Scout cookies that can fit into a car trunk.

In this math task, students will make estimations of pool/billiards shots.

In this math task, students will investigate how many bottles of cola are needed to fill a pool.

In this math task, students will watch a video and determine which individual drew the best triangle.

In this math task, students will watch a video and determine which individual drew the best square.

In this math task, students will watch a video and determine which individual drew the best midpoint.

In this math task, students will watch a video and determine which individual drew the best circle.