Reflection: Diverse Entry Points I've Got Your Number! Writing Word Form From Standard (or Numeric ) Form Using Phone Numbers - Section 3: Practice: Who's got my number?


I used different entry points with three of my students and adjusted their numbers so they could read them aloud more easily to help them master the standard. Three of my students were struggling to read numbers in the ten thousands place. This gets tricky when the activity starts because they receive numbers in the millions to read aloud, (unless they get one another's number.) But, on the other hand, they were able to recognize their number easily. As I had them mill to music, when I stopped the music, I centered myself in earshot, listening to them read and supported them when necessary. I also did it with other students who struggled with the millions place. Even though I had purposefully differentiated for three of my students' needs, at least three others' weaknesses in reading surfaced in this process and made me aware of the need for more practice. I double checked the legibility and was sure it was not a problem for them. This is a rigorously fun exercise! It revealed number reading skill levels of which I needed to be aware.

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I've Got Your Number! Writing Word Form From Standard (or Numeric ) Form Using Phone Numbers

Unit 11: Place Value
Lesson 2 of 14

Objective: SWBAT read and write multi-digit whole numbers by expressing the number in standard form and then expressing it in word form.

Big Idea: In this fun little skilll and drill game, students use the familiarity of their phone number to practice reading multi-digit numbers in word form up to one million as they search who has their number!

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Place Value, Real World Activity, Social Studie
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