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## Math 228, Week 5 Notes

by: Erika De Leygraaf

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# Math 228, Week 5 Notes 228

Erika De Leygraaf
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These notes cover everything discussed in week 5, includes assignments and due dates.
COURSE
The Teaching of Elementary School Math
PROF.
Sinan Kanbir
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Class Notes
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4
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Teaching, Math, notes
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Erika De Leygraaf on Friday October 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 228 at University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point taught by Sinan Kanbir in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see The Teaching of Elementary School Math in math education at University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point.

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Date Created: 10/07/16
10/3/16 What We Discussed: - Base Ten Block Examples ▯=big cube◻=flat |=rod ▪=small cube ｜｜｜▪▪▪▪ ▪▪▪▪ ｜｜｜｜｜ ◻｜▪▪▪ + + ｜｜｜｜｜｜｜▪▪▪▪▪ ｜｜｜｜｜｜▪▪▪ (113) (113) (113) 231+87=318 ◻◻｜｜｜▪ + ｜｜｜｜ ▪▪▪▪ = ◻｜▪▪▪▪ ▪▪▪▪ (231) ｜｜｜｜ ▪▪▪▪ (318) (87) Assignments: - Webassign #2 - Due: 10/3/16 - Quiz #1 Reflection - Due: 10/3/16 - Reflection #3 - Due: 10/6/16 10/4/16 What We Discussed: - Number Talk Strategies - Compensating (borrowing) - Decomposing (separating place value) - Adding/multiplying tens - Doubling and adding/subtracting - Visuals for Number Sense - Number line - Base 10 blocks - Unifex cubes - Ten frames - Rekenrek - Hundred chart - Part/whole boxes - Teach relationships before strategies - Over emphasize counting, start subitizing - Manipulatives we use (visual) - Developing number sense not strategies - First Grade Number Talk Examples 4+5=? → double-1 5+5=10 10-1=9 6+7=? → double+1 6+6=12 12+1=13 6+7=? → making tens/compensate 7-4=3 6+4=10 10+3=13 6+6=? → using fives 5+5=10 10+1+1=12 7+8=? → using fives/tens 5+5=10 2+3=5 10+5=15 Assignments: - Lesson Plan rough draft - due:10/11/16 10/7/16 What We Discussed: - Worked in our lesson plan groups Assignments: - Lesson Plan - Due: 10/14/16 - Test #1 - 10/21/16

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