Square numbers & exponents

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Square numbers & exponents

  1. 1. SQUARE NUMBERS &EXPONENTS
  2. 2. Activate Prior Knowledge(APK) (universal experience or sub-skill): Some arrays make a square shape by using the same number of rows and columns.
  3. 3. Square Numbers The product of a number times itself.  Example: 4 X 4 = 16. 16 is a square number.
  4. 4. Not a square number… (definition, examples, non-examples) 6 X 4 = 24 This is not a square number because we are multiplying two different numbers.CFU
  5. 5. Exponents: a small raised number that tells how many times the base is used as a factor. Example: 5 3= 5 * 5 * 5 = 1255 3 Exponent BaseCFU: NumberDoes anyone else have any other reason as to why it is important? Whichreason is most important to you? Why? You can give me my reason or your
  6. 6. Skill Development (steps or processes)CFU (strategic)
  7. 7. Guided Practice (steps or processes)
  8. 8. Closure (Concept, Skill, Importance-pair-share)
  9. 9. Independent Practice

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