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Welcome. Challenge: Can you remember every word?. Challenge: Can you remember every word?. blocks two the crossed get little ran and the the school street girl to to. Challenge: Can you remember every word?. Challenge: Can you remember every word?.

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1. Welcome

2. Challenge: Can you remember every word?

3. Challenge: Can you remember every word? blocks two the crossed get little ran and the the school street girl to to

4. Challenge: Can you remember every word?

5. Challenge: Can you remember every word? blocks two the crossed get little ran and the the school street girl to to

6. Challenge: Can you remember every word? the little girl ran two blocks and crossed the street to get to the school

7. Challenge: Can you remember every word?

8. Challenge: Can you remember every word? the little girl ran two blocks and crossed the street to get to the school

9. Challenge: Can you remember every word? blocks two the crossed get little ran and the the school street girl to to the little girl ran two blocks and crossed the street to get to the school

10. Challenge: Can you remember every word? blocks two the crossed get little ran and the the school street girl to to the little girl ran two blocks and crossed the street to get to the school Which is easier to remember? Why?

11. Mastering the Basic Facts… …provides a foundation for more complex math skills …is easier if students understand operations …is easier if students understand number patterns and properties …is easier if students have many opportunities to practice targeted facts

12. Mastering the Basic Facts… …provides a foundation for more complex math skills …is easier if students understand operations …is easier if students understand number patterns and properties …is easier if students have many opportunities to practice targeted facts

13. Story Structures • Can you think of a story problem to go with this number sentence? 7+ 9 = 16

14. Website for story structures http://www.brighthubeducation.com/middle-school-math-lessons/7090-teaching-math-story-problems/

15. Caution: Avoid Key Words

16. If you see left, it means subtract. • Maxine took the 28 stickers she no longer wanted and gave them to Zandra. Now Maxine has 73 stickers left. How many stickers did Maxine have to begin with?

17. Researchers and Mathematics Educators caution against the strategy of key words • Key words are misleading. Often the key word or phrase in the problem suggest an operation that is incorrect. • Many problems have no key words. • The key word strategy sends a wrong message about DOING the math. We want students to focus on what is happening in the problems. • See VanDeWalle pages 87-91 and 294-296 for more suggestions on teaching suggestions.

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