Reflection: Diverse Entry Points How Many Times! - Section 1: Warm Up

When it comes to the four basic operations, students need plenty of time to become fluent using them.  I notice some of my students struggled with multiplication.  For instance, some students were still using arrays, and models. This took a very long time. To assist them with this I applied multiplication fact check throughout the week. I gave out value bucks to encourage them to work on them even at home. This paid off. My students grew tremendously in about two weeks.

What I noticed!
Diverse Entry Points: What I noticed!

How Many Times!

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

Big Idea: In this lesson students will explore one-digit multiplication problems to interpret what number is being multiplied, and what number tells how many.

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Math, interpretation, explain, compare
70 minutes

Carol Redfield

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