## Reflection: More Story Time - Section 4: Session Wrap Up

After watching the video in the previous section (of students reflecting on their strategies), watch the video entitled My Thoughts on Students' Strategies.  After that, there is an example of the pieces of work that were shared by students.  The Sweet Spot Chart (image in resources) is the chart that I was filling out as the students presented.

The student examples are evidence of students learning to use new strategies/tools when solving story problems.  By having students identify their strategy and explain how it worked is a clear example of appropriate use of tools (CCSS.Math.Practice.MP5)

Reflection on Students Sharing Strategies.

# More Story Time

Unit 4: Blending
Lesson 5 of 7

## Objective: SWBAT use the established story problem process of visualizing, retelling, and modeling when solving addition story problems. Students will be able to add two quantities up to 20 using the counting all or counting on strategy.

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## Big Idea: Visualization is once again the initial focus as students continue to use the story problem approach to solve simple addition problems.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Operations , story problems, Counting All, Counting on, Using Known Facts
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