Reflection: Student Ownership Take Time for Tens: Act Two - Section 3: Wrap-up


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Take Time for Tens: Act Two

Unit 8: Place Value Practice
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to represent a two-digit addition problem using place value blocks, or the equal and opposite change algorithm.

Big Idea: Extra practice and learning an alternative algorithm will build flexibility and fluency w/both basic facts and addition w/regrouping.

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Math, Place Value, addition, strategy development, rounding, subtraction, word problems, using a database
  60 minutes
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