Reflection: Intervention and Extension Multiplication Arrays - Section 3: Student Practice


For today’s lesson, most students were successful at completing the algorithm page (Proficient Student.jpg) and representing their thinking on each problem using the array model (Arrays Page 1.jpgArrays Page 2.jpgArrays Page 3.jpgArrays Page 4.jpg, and Arrays Page 5.jpg).


To provide some students with extra support meeting today’s goal, I would use simpler problems to explain the concepts: Providing Support.MOV

  Intervention and Extension: Providing Support
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Multiplication Arrays

Unit 11: Multiplication: Single-Digit x Multi-Digit
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT solve 1-digit x 3-digit multiplication problems using the array method and the standard algorithm.

Big Idea: Students should be able to solve and illustrate multiplication problems using multiple strategies.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, multiplication, arrays
  100 minutes
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