## Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Start At/Stop At - Section 2: Introducing Start At/Stop At

I had a great discussion with my students about the amount of numbers we would say if the stop at number was closer to the starting number.  Some of the students understood that there would be less numbers between the two but couldn't articulate it.  One girl was on the right track and with a little guidance was able to explain her thinking.  I have included this video so you can see how to foster a conversation that pushes a students to communicate their ideas effectively to their peers.

Discourse and Questioning: Supporting Students as They Express Their Thinking

# Start At/Stop At

Unit 1: Counting Quantities
Lesson 5 of 5

## Objective: SWBAT practice the rote counting sequence both forwards and backwards, from 1-30. SWBAT use a number line as a tool for counting. SWBAT count sets of objects up to 20.

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## Big Idea: The students are introduced to the routine of starting at a number on the number line and counting to another number on the number line. The class continues to play and discuss 20 beans.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, 1st Grade, number line, Rote counting 1
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