Reflection: Checks for Understanding Understand Tens and Ones - Section 3: Independent Practice


As the students are working, I like to walk around and check their work.  I use this opportunity to ask them "Why" questions to get them to explain their reasoning for their answer.  This is a great way to get the students to use math vocabulary fluently and accurately, which will help them to understand and explain their reasoning.

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Understand Tens and Ones

Unit 6: Numbers and Place Value
Lesson 8 of 11

Objective: SWBAT use models and write to represent equivalent forms of ten and ones.

Big Idea: Math Counts! In this lesson students will use models to represent tens and ones.

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Math, greater than, less than, counting, tens
  60 minutes
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