Reflection: Intervention and Extension Is It True or Is It False? - Section 3: True or False Activity


I know that I still have one student who is developing her understanding of the missing addend concept.  I knew she would be able to solve the top 5 with success but would need some reteaching and intervention in order to solve the last 5 problems.  

I wanted her to see that each side of the equal sign was its own equation and that they had to equal the same amount.  I was trying to use cubes for her to visually see what was going on in the problem.

I have included a video and a copy of her sheet in the section resource.  It is important to identify students at this level within your own classroom to intervene and reteach when necessary.  

  Intervention and Extension: Intervening For Support
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Is It True or Is It False?

Unit 11: The Number 10 and the Addition and Subtraction Concept
Lesson 14 of 17

Objective: SWBAT use the equal sign to show equivalent expressions. SWBAT determine whether an equation is true or false.

Big Idea: Understanding the meaning of the equal sign and finding missing addends to make equations true are the big ideas today. Students engage in conversation and activities to discuss their understanding and thinking.

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Math, 1st Grade, fact fluency, missing addends, true or false, math facts
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