Jump-Starting Students Who Are Behind I recently came into a freshman remedial class to find students busily logging in to the school's basic-skills software. Those who were deemed the furthest behind, according to a diagnostic pre-test, practiced skills that were the furthest removed from the current curriculum. Students who weren't as far behind worked on skills from the previous year or two. Any connection between the skills the students practiced and the standards being introduced in their "regular" classes that same day was entirely coincidental.
In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral. MP1 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
MP2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively. What are the ways we know to represent numbers? How can we break apart numbers? What smaller parts make up numbers?
How can we combine numbers to make bigger numbers? Which representations show the same amount? How do you know these parts are the same as the number you started with? How many tens did you use? How many ones did you use?
Learning Outcomes What are the learning outcomes for students? How How do students progress toward this learning? What does this look like in the classroom? What are some examples? Represent numbers to 10 and to 20 with objects and pictures. Relate number symbols to other representations.
Students count objects and describe images in order to match the number symbols to the quantity. Compose and decompose numbers to ten in more than one way. Students zoom in on ten as a significant quantity, finding multiple ways including 2 and 3 parts to make ten. Compose and decompose numbers to 20 into tens and ones.
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Looking even further back, the state standards were based upon the model of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Science, Math, and Modeling "If we are honest – and as scientists honesty is our precise duty" -- Paul Dirac.
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