Reflection: Transitions Multiplication and Division Expressions - Section 1: Opener


Transitioning smoothly from one skill or activity to the next is very important.  I require my students to move around the room quite often.  To begin the whole class discussion, I ask my students to come to the carpet.  As a teacher, I must ensure that things go smoothly during this transition.  Whether it is a physical movement or switching from one activity to the next, my role is to set an expectation and show the students what actions are required to meet those expectations.

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Multiplication and Division Expressions

Unit 5: Patterns & Expressions
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT find a rule and write multiplication and division expressions from a completed table.

Big Idea: From a completed table, students can study to find the relationship between numbers, then write an expression for the table.

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