Reflection: Checks for Understanding Finding Factors for Numbers 41-70 - Section 3: Student Practice

During today's student practice time, all students were able to complete the first row of the Factor Chart C and many students were able to find the factor pairs for several numbers in the second row. Through conferencing and observations, I know that this is not because of a lack of understanding, but lack of time! I am reminded that a thorough completion of a few problems is more important than a quick completion of many. After this lesson, I was so proud of my students for successfully applying both the prime factorization and u-turn methods to more complex numbers.

Tomorrow, we will begin by completing the last row (61-70) of this chart together.

Checks for Understanding: Reflection

Finding Factors for Numbers 41-70

Unit 6: Factors & Multiples
Lesson 3 of 11

Big Idea: Students will use the prime factorization and U-Turn methods to identify the factor pairs for numbers up to 70.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Factoring (Number Sense), prime factorization, factors, prime, composite, arrays
115 minutes

Kara Nelson

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