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Grouping or Sharing?

Unit 4: Understanding Division
Lesson 5 of 13

Objective: Students will be able to identify a division word problem as either sharing or grouping and communicate their reasoning.

Big Idea: Division is a complex task for children of this age. Realizing what information a word problem supplies and what needs to be found is fundamental and challenging. This lesson begins that challenge.

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Math, division, reasoning, strategies, communication, grouping, math debate, word stories, writing word stories, Critical Area
  50 minutes
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