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4th Grade Math

(12 Units, 136 Lessons)

Unit 6 - Problem-Solving Strategies(7 Lessons)

Try, Check, Revise

4th Grade Math

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Problem-Solving Strategies

Big Idea:When you come up with an answer, you need to check it. If it is not corerct, go back and revise to find the correct answer.

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12 Resources

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Missing or Extra Information

4th Grade Math

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Problem-Solving Strategies

Big Idea:Sometimes word problems contain information that is not needed in order to solve the problem.

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16 Resources

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Use a Bar Diagram and Write an Equation

4th Grade Math

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Problem-Solving Strategies

Big Idea:Bar diagrams and writing an equation are strategies used to solve multiplication problems.

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15 Resources

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Use Objects and Reasoning

4th Grade Math

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Problem-Solving Strategies

Big Idea:Drawing out what is happening in the problem helps students reason the answer.

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17 Resources

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Two Question Problems

4th Grade Math

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Problem-Solving Strategies

Big Idea:Students will discover that sometimes the answer to one question is necessary to answer a second question.

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15 Resources

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Multiple-Step Problems

4th Grade Math

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Problem-Solving Strategies

Big Idea:Multi-step problems may require students to solve a hidden question before they can solve the original question.

15 Resources

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15 Resources

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Work Backwards

4th Grade Math

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Problem-Solving Strategies

Big Idea:Students can find answers to problems by starting with the end result and working backwards using inverse operations.

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12 Resources

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