Reflection: Student Ownership Counting Clams - A Tidal Flat Adventure - Section 2: Guided Practice

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  Counting Clams - A Tidal Flat Adventure
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Counting Clams - A Tidal Flat Adventure

Unit 3: Multiplication
Lesson 9 of 11

Objective: SWBAT to read a math story set in a real-world scientific context, determine possible multiplication equations to find the solution, and explain their thinking. LESSON UPDATED 7/24/15.

Big Idea: Mathematics has an important role in the real world outside of school. Scientists use multiplication to estimate animal populations.

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Math, Enrichment, Number Sense and Operations, Operations , multiplication, multiplication models, word problems, gifted, Real World Math, life science, Critical Area
  64 minutes
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