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# Fun with addtion and subtraction presentation

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Juanita, Blackmon, Aisha Bowen, Marty Dreher, Traci Henderson, and Dannette Woods
The Art and Science of Teaching MTE 501

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• This interactive lesson on addition and subtraction will combine the art and science of teaching while teaching toward all learning styles. Students will learn the basic concepts behind addition and subtraction, be given time to “see” how addition and subtraction is completed through examples and use of the number line, and solidify their understanding of the concepts through hands on application in the form of a flashcard creating activity
• In this slide we familiarize students with the terminology they will use for this lesson.
• We can also use dots to help us add things together. Our addition problem is 2 + 4. Let’s use dots to tell us what 2 + 4 equals….draw 2 dots on your paper… now add the plus sign…draw 4 dots on your paper…add the equal sign…let’s count the dots. We have 6 dots. So, 2 + 4 = 6.
• Addition is the science adding numbers. When we add numbers we can also use items..like candy! We can add candy together and get more candy! If we have 2 pieces of candy and Cindy gives us 3 more pieces of candy, now we have 5 pieces of candy! That’s addition..2 + 3 = 5. Let’s count the candy together and make sure we have the correct answer….
• You can also do addition on a number line. When we use number lines to help with addition, we always move to the right. Lets add 2 + 2 again… if you start at the number 2 and move to the right 2 spaces we end at the number 4. This shows us that 2 + 2 = 4.
• In this slide we familiarize students with the terminology they will use for this lesson.
• Using the same process as we did for addition can also use dots to help us subtract. The subtraction problem is 4 - 2. Let’s use dots to tell us what 4 - 2 equals….draw 4 dots on your paper… now draw 4 dots and cross out 2 on your paper…add the equal sign…let’s count the dots. We have 2 dots. So, 4-2 =6.
• . Subtraction is the science deducting numbers. When can hide what is being subtracted using shapes and fruit! If we have 3 lemons and Cindy covers some with a square and leaves 1 lemon out, how many lemons are under the square? Then we would subtract the total number lemons, 3, from the 1 that we can see…3 – 1 = 2
• 3 – 1 = 2 is correct!!!
• You can also do subtraction on a number line. When we use number lines to help with subtraction, we always move to the left. Lets 1 from 3 again… if you start at the number 3 and move to the left 1 space we end at the number 2. This shows us that 3 - 1 = 2.
• We will use the problems on the math worksheet to create our flashcards. For example, on your first card you will paste 5 objects and on the flash card and you will mark off 2 objects using your marker. How many are left? That is your answer. You will write that at the bottom of your card.
• ### Fun with addtion and subtraction presentation

1. 1. Fun with Addition & Subtraction<br />Presented by Learning Team A:<br />Juanita Blackmon, Aisha Bowen, Marty Dreher<br />Traci Henderson, Dannette Woods<br />University of Phoenix<br />The Art and Science of Teaching – MTE/501<br />Anita Sanders<br />May16, 2011<br />
2. 2. <ul><li>Combines the art and science of teaching
3. 3. Instruction appropriate for all learning styles:
4. 4. Auditory
5. 5. Visual
6. 6. Kinetic
7. 7. Lesson includes :
8. 8. Verbal instructions
9. 9. Examples
10. 10. Hands-on activity</li></ul> Lesson Introduction<br />Addition and Subtraction made fun!<br />
12. 12. We show addition by using a plus sign
13. 13. This is a plus sign:
14. 14. When we show the answer in math, we use an equal sign
15. 15. This is an equal sign:
16. 16. Equals means “what you get” after you add things together</li></ul>The Science of Addition<br />The signs<br />
18. 18. Hold up 2 fingers on your right hand.. Now hold up 2 fingers on your left hand
19. 19. How many fingers are you holding up?
20. 20. You are holding up 4 fingers. So, we just learned that 2 + 2 = 4</li></ul> The Science of Addition<br />Using your Fingers<br />
21. 21. The Science of Addition<br />Using Dots<br />
22. 22. The Science of Addition<br />
23. 23. Addition on a Number Line<br />
24. 24. <ul><li>Subtraction is process of taking one number or amount from another
25. 25. We show subtraction by using a minus sign
26. 26. This is a minus sign:
27. 27. When we show the answer in math, we use an equal sign
28. 28. This is an equal sign:
29. 29. Equals means “what you get” after you subtract things together</li></ul>The Science of Subtraction<br />The signs<br />
30. 30. <ul><li>Using your fingers can also make subtraction easy!
31. 31. Hold up 4 fingers on your right hand. Now put down two 2 fingers on your right hand
32. 32. How many fingers are you holding up?
33. 33. You are holding up 2 fingers. So, we just learned that 4 - 2 = 2</li></ul> The Science of Subtraction<br />Using your Fingers<br />
34. 34. The Science of Subtraction<br />Using Dots<br />
35. 35. Square<br />The Science of Subtraction<br />How many LEMONS are hiding under the SQUARE, if the total is 3?<br />3 – 1 = ?<br />
36. 36. The Science of Subtraction<br />How many LEMONS are hiding under the SQUARE, if the total is 3?<br /> 3 – 1 = 2<br />
37. 37. Subtraction on a Number Line<br />
38. 38. Fun with Flashcards<br /><ul><li>To make our flashcard we will need:
39. 39. Construction paper
40. 40. Glue
41. 41. Cotton balls
42. 42. Beans
43. 43. Candy
44. 44. Math worksheet
45. 45. Markers</li></li></ul><li>Math Worksheet<br /><ul><li>5 – 3 =
46. 46. 6 – 4 =
47. 47. 2 + 1 =
48. 48. 3 + 2 =
49. 49. 4 – 2 =
50. 50. 3 + 4 =
51. 51. 7 + 3 =
52. 52. 9 – 5 =
53. 53. 6 + 3 =
54. 54. 8 – 5 =</li></ul>Example<br />
55. 55. Flashcard Example Using Addition<br />3 + 2 = ?<br />What will our flashcard look like?<br />
56. 56. Questions?<br />Does anyone have any questions?<br />LET’S HAVE FUN WITH ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION!<br />