Reflection: Intervention and Extension Sharing vs. Grouping Engagement Lesson 2 - Section 2: Mini-Lesson


Many of my students are able to define theses stories accurately, but for those that are still having trouble, I am going to create a graphic organizer to help them track what they know from the story and what they are trying to find out.  Sometimes just organizing the numbers helps the students see what to do next.  Using the organizer with the  student who mis-labeled her story put her right on track working with several other examples I gave her. 

Properly reading a problem and understanding what is already known is a tricky concept that needs practice throughout the year.  I think the organizer will be a key to success for many students. 

I will use this organizer with all of the students as a warm up in tomorrow's lesson, and in small conferring groups when necessary with students that need the review.  

  Intervention and Extension: Graphic Organizers
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Sharing vs. Grouping Engagement Lesson 2

Unit 4: Understanding Division
Lesson 8 of 13

Objective: Students will be able to defend their understanding of sharing and grouping in division using a multimedia application

Big Idea: Students will be able to defend their understanding of sharing and grouping in division using a multimedia application and sharing those products with peers.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, technology, peer review, communication, grouping, modeling with math, division
  65 minutes
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