CPC: Multiplication & Division
November 15/ Dec. 6, 2018
NO SLO SMALL GROUP ASSESSMENT FOR THE MONTH OF December-resume the week of January 8th
Next FF Subtraction to 10 test will be the last week in January
EDC test for end of January
Template for Multiplication and Division
D.C.A.#1-Tuesday Dec. 4
Rees- Two hours-the district is 1.5 hours-ELL learners have 2 hours and 15 minutes
i-Ready-December forward Progress Monitoring will be assigned to ALL students similar to monthly IStation screenings
Multiplication & Division Test: Wednesday/Thursday Dec. 19/20
Met Standard: 21% Rees Avg: 51
Fact Fluency: Mixed Combinations to 10: January 29th
Met Standard: 44 % Avg. Score: 64%
Met Standard: 59% Avg. Score: 71%
PREP. EXECUTE. CONSISTENT
Continue reviewing the attributes of polygons. ..continue to ask questions
Continue asking calendar questions: What is the date of the second Thursday? Etc...
Practice counting by 2's, 3's' 5's and 10's ..reinforces multiplication (equal groups)
read and write time to the nearest one-minute increment using analog and digital clocks and distinguish between a.m. and p.m.
Unit 10: Money: February
Practice Fact Fluency and record fact families
Great opportunity to rename numbers for example: 87 days is the same as 7 tens and 17 ones. Record.
Continue to include Turn & Talk questions after explorations for the unit..in conjunction with sentence stems
_____groups of ______ is the same as ______ groups of ______ because _________.
Continue to model these open ended questions in small group and set the expectation for students to ask one another
The student understands that groups are equal and can be represented using repeated addition.
The student understands that equal groups can be subtracted from a whole and represented as repeated subtraction.
Sentence Stems/vocabulary for small groups
How to Multiply: Lesson One
Small Group Activties-blanklines in your file folder
START WITH A STORY......
*Note: on the blacklines in your small group activities folder commutative property has been replaced with the term number sentence.
I have several small group activities with cereal..Buy a box of Cheerios! The goal is that they will continue to practice at home!
How to Divide-Lesson Two
Students should understand that:
* REPEATED SUBTRACTION
* EQUAL GROUPS
SMALL GROUP ACTIVITIES-DIVISION
Start with a story...
In the math lab there are many manipulatives..teddy bears, unifx cubes, cars,etc...
Real-World-Lesson Three All the math stories are real-world-continue in small group for multiplication and division
STUDY JAMS- This is a great site..includes videos on real-world scenarios...this link will take you to a video on multiplication
students can test themselves or test with the class