Build a lasting foundation for math proficiency right from the start The qmathq is on the wall: unless our youngest mathematicians have a solid understanding of number sense, they have little hope of mastering the higher math that lies ahead. This essential resource helps you identify where K-3 students are likely to struggle, and then intervene with smart, targeted instruction. The authors provide: Teaching strategies that build number sense skills, including quantity and cardinality, fact fluency, and more Adaptations for students with specific needs, based on an RTI approach Guidance on measuring number sense through assessments User-friendly charts, tables, and sample math problemsIn fact, patterns are not introduced until third grade within the CCSS and thus are more calculation intensive. That said ... Thus, if we use computational concepts to teach algebra and algebraic equations, then students are likely to see the connections more clearly. For example, if I ask ... Start by using a frame to represent awhata to show the appearance of an algebra equation with a missing addend. Nextanbsp;...
|Title||:||Building Number Sense Through the Common Core|
|Author||:||Bradley S. Witzel, Paul J. Riccomini, Marla L. Herlong|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2012-11-06|