What is arithmetic?
Column crossword with crossword puzzle.
source Google ScholarSee all References This was the first of the six crosswords presented to the audience at the opening session.
The audience was invited to enter the puzzle by providing their own answer.
The participants then presented their answers to the panel.
They were asked to select the answer that best described their experience.
The panelists then had to decide which answer was correct, which answer could be combined with others, and which answer had the most number of possible combinations.
The final panelist was selected by the audience to be the winner.
In the next two weeks, the crossword puzzles were presented to a larger group of students, many of whom were in the third grade, and the audience was asked to guess the correct answer for each one.
This time, the puzzle was presented in English, and was also presented in Hindi and Punjabi.
The puzzle was composed of eight crosswords, one of which was an answer from the Indian group.
The crossword that had the highest number of correct guesses was presented to all the other crossword participants.
The other four crosswords had different answers from the audience.
One group of parents in the audience asked a parent of a child to pick out a word in English to find.
The parent was asked if he or she thought the word should be translated into Hindi or Punjabis.
The answer of the parent was entered in a notebook and printed in the notebook.
The notebook was handed to the other parents, and they were asked if they thought that the answer should be printed in English or Hindi.
The panelists were then asked to pick their answer.
After a few seconds, the panelists had to choose their answer, and a final panel was selected.
In Hindi and Urdu, the answer was printed in Urdu and then read to the parents.
In Hindi, the mother had to guess correctly and the father had to pick correctly.
In Punjabhi, the father guessed correctly and mother guessed wrong.
As the panelist guesses became more difficult, the audience member could guess the answer.
Then the panel was asked whether or not the answer would be correct, and if they were wrong, they could correct themselves.
The answers of all the panel members were read to all of the audience members and they had to explain to the rest of the panel what they thought was wrong.
Then they were shown the puzzle and asked to answer it.
For the students, the final crossword was presented with three crosswords.
The first three crossword answers were correct.
However, the third crossword had the lowest number of incorrect guesses.
On the final day, the students had to make a mark on the board to indicate which answer they thought had the best number of answers.
They also had to show the panel how to answer the question.
During the day, they had a lot of fun and learned a lot.
Some of them went on to do well in the second and third grade.
The teacher gave them awards and made them share them with their parents.