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• Teacher Background Unit 1Intro. Partner Trains 1:5 pg 30Intro. Ordinal Words 1:7 pg 41Intro Stair Step 1-10 1:8 pg 46Visualize a 5- Group & Extras 1:15 pg 89Doubles and Even and Odds 1:16 pg 93
• Teacher Background Unit 2 pg 115JDrawing Proof Pictures with Addition (partners and total) 2:1 pg 116Equations 2:3 pg 130Equal and Not Equal Sign 2:3 128Writing Equations 2:3 pg 129Counting On 2:5 pg 141Introduce Nickel Strip 2:7 pg 154Intro. Red Count-On Cards - Unknown Totals 2:9 pg 166Intro. To Subtraction Notation 2:11 pg 178-179Intro. Subtraction Equations and drawings 2:12 pg 184Intro. Vertical Form 2:15 pg 202
• Teacher Background Unit 3Introduce Math Mountains (unknown total) 3:1 pg 216Introduce Math Mountains (unknown partner) 3:1 pg 217Introduce Unknown Partner Equations 3:3 pg 230Introduce Yellow Count-On Cards 3:4 pg 236Introduce Orange Count-On Cards 3:8 pg 261
• Teacher Background Unit 4Decade Numbers and Tens 4:1 pg 307Demonstration Secret Code Card 4:2 pg 312Demo Quick Method for drawing tens and ones 4:3 pg 319Make a ten 4:5 pg 330Introduce Number Path 4:8 pg 3502-Digit Number Counting On Strategy 4:13 pg 377
• Teacher Background Unit 5Intro Dime Strip 5:1 pg 400Introduce One Hundred Pennies 5:2 pg 407Creating 100 Grid 5:6 pg 430Child –Generated Methods 5:11 pg 460-461Introduce Purple Make-a-Ten Cards 5:11 pg 462Introduce make a Ten Strategy to Subtract 5:12 pg 469Intro. Blue Make a Ten Cards 5:12 pg 470
• Teacher Background Unit 6Introduce Simple Picture Graphs 6:1 pg 498Model Comparative Statement 6:5 pg 523Find Unknown Quantities That is More 6:8 pg 541 (See Teacher Note pg 546)Find Unknown Quantities That is Less 6:8 pg 541Introduce Inch 6:10 pg 552
• Teacher Background Unit 7Doubles 7:1 pg 602Doubles Plus One 7:2 pg 610Finding Halves 7:3 pg 615Introduce Digital Clocks 7:10 pg 661
• Teacher Background Unit 8Connect Drawings w/ Coins 8:1 pg 700 Grouping to Make a New Ten 8:3 pg 712

## 1st Grade Mx Nov 09Presentation Transcript

Tools & Strategies
Units 1-5
Laura Chambless
SCC RESA
chambless.laura@sccresa.org
Entrance Card
• What I liked best about Math Expressions.
• A challenge I am facing is …
• Agenda
Introduction
Materials
Daily Routine Practice and Questions
Assessments
Overview of Units 1-4
Pacing Guide
• Materials
Note TE xvii
This page will let you know the Math Expressions materials and what to use if they did not come in your kit or where to make the copies
Only the * indicates what is unique
The rest of the manipulative contents are not specific to the program
3
• Daily Routines
Done at calendar time
Tools
120 Chart
Finger Flashes
Money Flip Chart
Bottom of Money Flip Chart (Do we have a ten yet?)
Secret Code Cards
Number Path
Plan for First 90 Days of School
Pg. xxiii
• Using the 120 Poster
Student Leader 1 draws a new circle
Previous total 26:
I am adding 3. So, 26 plus 3 is 29. Do I have a new 10? –no
29 = 20 + 9
Previous total 29
I am adding 3. So, 29 plus 3 is (circling the numbers) 30, 31, 32. Do I have a new ten? Yes! So I am going to erase all of the circles on these 20’s and cap the new 10 at the bottom
32 = 30 + 2
5
• 120 Poster Continued
Count to the New Total
Less than 50
Student Leader 1 leads the class and points to each number to reach the new total
After 50 - Finger Flashes
Student Leader 1 moves the pointer down each column by tens and ones
Children do the finger flashes in unison
10, 20, 30, 40, 50 freeze 51, 52
6
• Using the Money Flip Chart
Student Leader 2 removes 3 sticky note representing the addition of 3 penny
Previous total 26 pennies
I am adding 3 pennies. Will I make a new 10? – no. 26 plus 3 is 29
Removing the sticky note and putting it in the rectangles at the bottom of the Money Flip Chart
We now have 9 ones so I’ll erase the 6 and write a 9
10 plus 10 plus 9
That’s 2 tens and 9 ones equals 29
The focus is on anchors of ten, ones, and the answer
The ten rectangles reinforces the anchor of 10 visually
7
• Money Flip Chart Continued
New Ten
Previous total 29 pennies
I am adding 3 pennies. Will I make a new 10? – Yes!
So I’ll flip over the cover on the next column so we can see the pennies.
29 plus 1 is 30 (take off last sticky note). I have a new ten so I’ll write it below.
So, 29 plus 3 is 30, 31, 32 (touching as saying- leave finger on 32)
I need to cover the rest of the pennies. How many do I need to cover? 8
Write 2 below the 30 column
Write 10 + 10 + 10 + 2 = 32
The focus is on anchors of ten, ones, and the answer
8
• Money Flip Chart Continued
If you end on a decade number
Flip over the next column of pennies and cover all the ten pennies with sticky notes with all children
Continue the routine – previous total 30 add 3
The focus is on anchors of tens, ones, and the answer
9
• Money Flip Chart Continued
Numbers over 100
The dollar bill cover is flipped to show dollar bills to the left of the coin strips
100 + 10 + 10 + 4 = 124
10
• Number Path
Number Path: Drawing circles and lines
Add same number as money & 120 poster. Circle number being added. Draw a line when 10’s are made. Leave it on display.
This part discontinued when the total exceeds 100.
Vertical form
Proof Drawings (5-group like the back of secret code cards)
Erase old drawing and leave new total below (ready for next day).
Numbers over 100- Quick Hundreds (squares) are also used.
Focus is bridging the abstract representation to the pictorial representation
• Secret Code Cards
Show New Total
30 (show 30 card) plus 2 (show 2 card).
Class responds- 30 plus 2 makes (puts 2 card over the 0) 32.
30 now show the 30 card
Class responds 3 tens make 30
Focus is on the abstract decade numbers and ones.
• Calendar Routine
Unit 1: Days of the Week
Unit 2: More and Less, Months of the Year
Unit 3: Using Ordinal Numbers, Number Partners
Unit 4: Introducing the Calendar, Partner Houses
Unit 5: Written Days of the Week, Mountains & Equations
Unit 6: Using Ordinal Numbers, Number Comparisons
Unit 7: Date and Time, Counting Nickels, Dimes & Nickels
Unit 8: Dimes, Nickels, Pennies, Beyond a Dollar, Telling Time
Unit 9: Change for a Dollar (Non-Essential Unit)
Unit 10: Counting with Quarters (Non-Essential Unit)
• Questions
• Based upon NCTM’s Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (2000)
“Fluency refers to having efficient, accurate, and generalizable methods (algorithms) for computing that are based on well-understood properties and number relationships.”
NCTM, 2000, p. 144
What is Computational Fluency?
• Quick Practice
Unit 1
Counting from a Particular Number 1:4
Random Fingers 1:2
Random Number Cards 1:5
Five Crows in a Row 1:9
Random Number Cards- Both Sides 1:16
Unit 2
Number Patterns 2:1
Here’s the Score 2:2
Giant Number Cards 2:3
Above and Below 2:6
Left and Right 2:7
Up and Down 2:8
Counting-On Practice 2:11
Which is Less? 2:12
Before and After 2:15
• Unit3
• Teen Number Flashes 3:1
• Counting-On Practice 2 3:4
• Teen Cards 3:7
• Counting-On Practice 3 3:8
• Unit 4
• Listen for Patterns 4:1
• Counting by Tens with the 120 Poster 4:2
• Name the Number 4:4
• The Lions’ Den 4:5
• Sticks and Circles 4:7
• Flash Tens and Ones 4:8
• Count to 100 4:11
• One More Tiger 4:12
• One Less Tiger 4:12
Unit 5
• Count to 100 5:1
• Finger Coins 5:2
• Jenny’s Pennies 5:3
• The Beetle Rhyme 5:7
• Count Backward 3 Numbers 5:8
• Partner Pairs 5:11
• Unit Test
The teaching is much more robust than the assessment.
Please don’t skip activities and instruction just because they aren’t tested.
Children need to be exposed to these concepts frequently and over a long period of time before they truly begin to internalize them.
This internalization is the foundation for better understanding teen numbers and the addition and subtraction of single digit numbers.
17
• UNIT 1
Big Ideas
Numbers 0 through 5 and Shapes
Numbers 6 through 10
Number Relationships 1-10
• Teaching
Tools
Break-Apart Stick
Giant Number Cards
Stair Step 1-10
• Strategies
• Break-Aparts
• Partners of a Number
• Ten Partners
• Visualize a 5-Group & Extras
• Equal Partner
Non-Essential Lessons
16 – Activity 2, 18
• Unit 2
Big Ideas
Solve Subtraction Equations
Equations Explorations
• Teaching
• Strategies
• Proof Drawings
• Partners
• Counting On
Tools
Number Patterns Chart
Nickel Strip
Red Count-On Cards
Math Board
7 – 5 = 2
3 + 1
Non-Essential Lesson
Quick Quiz 4
4
• Unit3
Big Ideas
Subtraction Stories
Mixed Practice with Different Unknowns
• Teaching
Tools
Math Mountains
Yellow Count-On Cards
Orange Count-On Cards
• Strategies
• Math Mountain
• Known Partner
• Unknown Partner
• Counting On
5
Non-Essential Lessons
15
Quick Quiz 4
3
• Unit 4
Big Ideas
Tens and Teens
Place Value to 100
• Teaching
Non-Essential
Quick Quiz 3
Tools
Secret Code Cards
MathBoard
Stair Steps Strips
Green Make-a-Ten Cards
• Strategies
• 10-Group
• 10-stick
• Ten-Sticks on Circles
• Number Path
• 2-Digit Counting On Strategies
Making a Ten
Making a New Group of Ten
9 + 3 =
38 + 7 =
9
= 12
40 + 5 = 45
or
10 + 2 = 12
38
40 + 5 = 45
• Unit 5
Big Ideas
Dimes and Pennies
Teen Solution Methods
• Teaching
Tools
Dime Strips
Dimes and Pennies
MathBoard
Break-Apart Stick
Purple Make-a-Ten Cards
Blue Make-a-Ten Cards
• Strategies
• 10-partner
• 100-partner
• Make a Ten Strategy to Subtract
• Count All
• Count On
5
1
10
Non Essential Lessons
9, 15
• Call or email with any questions.
Laura Chambless
810-455-4005
chambless.laura@sccresa.org
www.protopage.com/lchambless
• March PD
Daily Routine
Unit 6
Money Routine
Calendar Routine
Number Comparison
Unit 7
Date and Time
Counting Nickels
Dimes for Nickels
Unit 8
Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies
Beyond a Dollar
Telling Time
• Unit 6
Big Ideas
Comparison with Graphs
Comparisons with Tables and Stories
Comparison with Measurement Units
Comparison with Shapes and Patterns
• Teaching
Tools
MathBoard 10 X 10
Grids
Stair Step Strips
Solid Shapes
• Strategies
• Introduce Simple Picture Graphs
• Model Comparative Statement
• Find Unknown Quantities More/Less
• Measurement – Inch
Non-Essential Lessons
12, 13, 14, and 16
Copy Picture from Pg. 546-547 More/Less
Copy Teacher Note Box pg 546
• Unit 7
Big Ideas
Halves and Doubles
Fourths, Halves, and Other Fractions
Simple Circle Graphs
Clocks and Calendars
• Teaching
Tools
MathBoards
Grid and Dot Array
Money
Time Poster/Demo Clock
• Strategies
• Doubles
• Doubles Plus One
• Finding Halves
• Trial and Error
• Variation
• Dealing Method
• Digital /Analog Clocks
Non-Essential Lessons
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15
Quick Quiz 2, Quick Quiz 3, Quick Quiz 4
• Unit 8
Big Ideas
2-Digit Coin Combinations
• Teaching
Tools
Money
• Strategies
• Connect Drawings w/ Coins
• Coins with Sticks and Circles
• Group to make a New Ten
Non-Essential Lessons
4-13
• Unit 9 & 10