Reflection: Intervention and Extension Interpreting Remainders! - Section 2: Working In Pairs!


Material: How do you interpret a remainder in a division problem.docx  Teacher's Explanation

During the lesson some students had a hard time understanding what to do with the remainder.  To help students gain a deeper sense of the different ways to interpret the remainder of a problem. We explore a word problem that students would have to interpret the remainder.  We went over a problem, plan, solve method. The video will explain in greater detail.

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Interpreting Remainders!

Unit 1: Back To Understanding the Basics!
Lesson 8 of 16

Objective: SWBAT interpret remainders in word problems.

Big Idea: Students have a hard time determining what to do with the left over numbers, In this lesson students will exploring how to discuss, explain, and interpret remainders in word problems.

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Math, division, explain, determine reasonableness of estimates
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