Reflection: Lesson Planning Multiple Ways to Multiply With Multiple Digits - Section 4: Closing - Student Reflection


In my opinion, some student's brains are not ready for double digit multiplication.  I appreciate that the Common Core Standards and my district's Standards Based Report Card allows for mastery of these standards by the end of the year.  By continuing to practice, in many different ways and places, students will have the time to develop both understanding and skill.  I will use diverse entry points through math and science to practice multi-digit multiplication. 

  Multiplication Madness
  Lesson Planning: Multiplication Madness
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Multiple Ways to Multiply With Multiple Digits

Unit 2: Multiplication Madness
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to use the "standard" algorithm with understanding of the properties of operations and the base-ten system.

Big Idea: There are multiple ways to check your answers when using the traditional multiplication algorithm.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Operations, multiplication
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