Carol Redfield

62 Lessons
Wilkins Elementary School
Jackson, MS
Student Environment:
Urban
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1. How Many Times!

Big Idea: In this lesson students will explore one-digit multiplication problems to interpret what number is being multiplied, and what number tells how many.
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2. Do You Know The Difference?

Big Idea: In this lesson students will examine word problems to determine the difference between additive and multiplicative reasoning.
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3. Count The Times

Big Idea: Students are often confused when trying to relate multiplicative problems to real life situations. In this lesson, students will be given examples where they will apply multiplication problems.
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4. Make Much More!

Big Idea: Students always focus on how much more someone else has gotten, In this lesson students will compose verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication equations to help expand their reasoning skills.
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5. What is your next move?

Big Idea: Students love making that big score at the end of the game., In this lesson students will explore different strategies to understand how to solve multiplication word problems.
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6. Can You Translate That?

Big Idea: Student always ask me to translate something for them so they can understand better, In this lesson students will explore how to distinguish the correct comparison form needed in order to solve the given equation.
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7. Making Sense?

Big Idea: In this lesson students will be discussing, explaining, and demonstrating how to solve multi-step word problems to understand how to logically explain how to problem solve.
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8. Interpreting Remainders!

Big Idea: Students have a hard time determining what to do with the left over numbers, In this lesson students will exploring how to discuss, explain, and interpret remainders in word problems.
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9. What is the function?

Big Idea: Students need time to investigate math functions, in this lesson students will investigate why and how the given function is appropriate for the given table.
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10. Summer Budget!

Big Idea: In this lesson students create a summer budget to explore rounding and the four basic operations to solve multi-step word problems.
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11. Investigating the Properties!

Big Idea: In this lesson students will investigate and discuss the familiarity with factors and multiples to gain a deeper understanding.
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12. What's The Multiple

Big Idea: Students will learn that multiples are only a matter of skip counting and be able to use factors to help find muliples with ease.
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13. As A Matter Of Factors

Big Idea: When listing factor pairs, students sometimes forget to list the numbers itself as part of the factor.
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14. Following Rules

Big Idea: Students often confuse skip counting with finding a rule or pattern for a given set of numbers. TSW focus on how one number relates to the next and extend the pattern to determine the rule.
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15. Visually Thinking

Big Idea: Seeing is believing! Students will discuss various ways word problems can be solved to determine the operation needed to problem solve.
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16. Estimate First!

Big Idea: In this lesson students use rounding skills to estimate their answer in two step word problems.
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