Strategy: Using Multiplication & Getting Close to Division - Section 2: Active Engagement

 
  Strategy: Using Multiplication & Getting Close to Division
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Using Journaling to Create Lessons

Unit 4: Understanding Division
Lesson 1 of 13

Objective: Students will respond to a journal prompt to solve a division problem.

Big Idea: The students have been working on creating equal groups in order to make sense of multiplication. Now they will use that knowledge to work "backwards" and solve division equations.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, word problems, division, math journaling, equal groups
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