Reflection: Accountability Before or After - Section 3: Practice the Concept


I often use the "I Have, Who Has" game in my classroom for a number of reasons.  First, the game requires active listening by all students.  It is important for the students to be listening to all participants so that they know when it is their turn.  There have been times when I have encountered students who listen only for their turn, and then tune out.  If I find that this is a problem I may have the students use their whiteboards to write the number that answers the question in order to ensure that all students are remaining actively engaged.  Secondly, I use the game to have the students practice a particular skill.  It is a great, quick way to practice this concept.

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Before or After

Unit 4: Each Number Has a Place
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: The students will be able to use their knowledge of place value and a hundred chart to determine the number before and after a certain number, and count on or back to identify missing numbers in a sequence.

Big Idea: The big idea of this lesson is number pattern recognition and the use of positional words "before" and "after" to describe the location of a number, in relation to other numbers.

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