Reflection: Comparing Numbers to 10 - Section 4: Closing


The student that I had share today did a great job explaining how to compare two groups of objects.  He is one of my higher students who does not frequently want to get up in front of the class to share.  I asked him during small group if he would be willing to share and gave him some time to get used to the idea.  I think that having that time to prepare really helped him get the courage to come up.  Being able to construct arguments, and explain your thinking in math, is a critical mathematical practice (MP3). In order to articulate your mathematical reasoning, it has to be reasoned through - made sense of. Once he was in front of the class, he took on the role of teacher and did a fabulous job!

  Letting Students Share
  Letting Students Share
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Comparing Numbers to 10

Unit 3: Numbers to 10
Lesson 13 of 19

Objective: Students will be able to compare numbers up to 10.

Big Idea: Ten Apples Up On Top! is a a great Dr. Seuss book to use for comparing numbers . Students will can count the number of apples on top of each character and compare the numbers to see which character has more!

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