Support mathematical understanding in your instructional program through this rich collection of easy-to-use teaching resources. Each book focuses on a specific arithmetic topic and offers a series of classroom-tested lessons addressing the three important aspects of arithmetic instruction--computation, number sense, and problem solving. The lessons include step-by-step directions, amount of time needed, materials required, classroom vignettes, samples of student work, reproducibles, and a discussion of the math underlying the lesson.Grades 4-5 Maryann Wickett, Marilyn Burns ... I taught these lessons in a variety of classrooms, but there was one classroom in particular in which the students had learned a well-developed ... larger numbers, they need to move beyond strategies that were useful in third grade such as repeated addition, building arrays, and skip-counting. ... For example, a student might think, aquot;Two twelves xii Introduction.
|Title||:||Lessons for Extending Multiplication|
|Author||:||Maryann Wickett, Marilyn Burns|
|Publisher||:||Math Solutions - 2001|