Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Representing Our Own Surveys - Section 1: Warm Up


Now that the students are comfortable writing and discussing bigger numbers (from previous work though out the year), I want to start correcting kids who are saying the word "and" when saying a hundreds number.  For example 100 and 26 for 126.  The game POP is a great way to work with the students on this skill.  You can correct as you hear it or ask for others to listen to see if each person is saying the number the correct way.

It is important that the word "and" is not said when stating a number.  The reason being that "and" refers to a fraction of a number.  You want to eliminate this use early to avoid confusion s students work more with fractions in 3rd and 4th grade.

  Getting Rid of the "And"
  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Getting Rid of the "And"
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Representing Our Own Surveys

Unit 7: Data and Analysis
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT collect and keep track of survey data. SWBAT represent and interpret survey data.

Big Idea: After developing a survey questions and polling their classmates (in yesterday's lesson), students will now find a way to represent their findings and write a statement about what they noticed.

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