Reflection: Student Grouping Building A Division Model - Section 3: Independent Practice


I realized after walking around the room and working with students that they did not need to be limited to divisors up to 10. I could have grouped my higher and lower students together into mixed level ability groups so that they could help one another. It is incredibly important to reflect on the work students are producing within the instructional block and after the lesson has finished. When I teach this lesson again, or a similar lesson, I will not limit the numbers students work with. 

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Building A Division Model

Unit 2: Sharing Equally with Division
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT use models to solve division problems, creating equal groups and recording solutions using division number sentences and models.

Big Idea: Division involves sharing things equally, grouping and measuring and we can use models to solve problems

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