Reflection: Story Time - Section 4: Session Wrap Up


The video entitled Problem Solving Reflection covers my thoughts on our class discussion and the students presentations of approaches.  It also includes my view on connecting with a child on organization.  

  Reflection On Problem Solving
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Story Time

Unit 4: Blending
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT use the established story problem process of visualizing, retelling, and modeling when solving addition story problems. SWBAT add two quantities up to 20 using the counting all or counting on strategy.

Big Idea: The Zen of Mathematics happens here. Visualization is the key as students are asked to see the math, be the math, do the math. So join the fun and find your math "happy place" as students solve addition story problems both as a class and individually.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Operations , 1st Grade Story Problems
  65 minutes
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