Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation Basic Facts to 20 - Section 3: Independent Practice

 

In teaching this lesson, I found that some of the struggling students tended to give up easy, due to the number of problems on the worksheet.  They became frustrated because others were finished before them.  Putting them in a small group, I worked with them and encouraged them to continue to use strategies that worked for them.  We talked about the different strategies, and shared our experiences.  In the end, they persevered and finished the task.  

 

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Basic Facts to 20

Unit 1: Single Digit Addition and Subtraction
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: SWBAT add and subtract facts within 20 and demonstrate fluency for addition and subtraction within 10.

Big Idea: As children extend their work with addition and subtraction strategies to basic facts to 20, they are building a foundation for later work with all numbers and operations.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Operations , addition, subtraction
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