Reflection: Additive Compare Word Problems and Place Value Review - Section 3: Concept development


You can see by my video reflection, today's lessons was a great change of pace.





I like the above photo because these students are engaged and on task playing multiplication war.  Both of these students will benefit from extra practice.  On his way out the door, this boy did say to me, "That was fun." 

I realized after today that I need to remember to incorporate more games into my lessons and units to reach students who are motivated by these. 

I enjoyed the small group work today as well. I felt like I got to hear all of my students thinking or at least see what they were doing since we were all together in a small space.  Small group work is such a different feel than whole group. This was another realization today. While I say how much small group work is great, I haven't been doing a lot of it. I also need to incorporate small group work into my lessons and units moving forward.  After the small group work, I added 4 students to my list of students who need more support during my pull out time.  If I had not done small groups today, I'm not confident I would have known to add them to the group.



  Fun Change of Pace
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Additive Compare Word Problems and Place Value Review

Unit 8: Place value
Lesson 14 of 14

Objective: SWBAT solve additive compare word problems by modeling with tape diagrams and review this units' place value concepts through games.

Big Idea: In this fun engaging lesson, students review place value concepts by working with partners an groups in fun creative card games.

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Math, Place Value, Number Sense and Operations, group work, multiplication, partner work, card games
  56 minutes
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