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Name. Learning Objective. We will compare multi-digit numbers using symbols 1. CFU. What are we going to do? What are symbols ? Symbols are __________. Activate Prior Knowledge. Place value : The place is the position of a digit in a number.

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**Name**Learning Objective We will compare multi-digit numbers using symbols1. CFU What are we going to do? What are symbols? Symbols are __________. Activate Prior Knowledge Place value: The place is the position of a digit in a number. The value is the worth of the digit due to its position. 1. What is the value of the 2 in 253,987? Make Connection Students, you already know how to find the value of a digit by knowing its position in a multi-digit number. Now, we will compare multi-digit numbers using symbols. 2. What is the value of the 2 in 321,000? 1 shapes that stand for something Vocabulary**Concept Development – Deductive**To compare numbers means to determine2 whether a number is lessthan, greaterthan, or equalto another number. Comparing Numbers < less than 253,987 < 321,456 253,987hasless hundred thousands than 321,456. > greater than 261,430 > 252,605 261,430 hasmore ten thousands than 252,605. = equal to 252,385=252,385 252,385 has all the same digits as 252,385. CFU Why is the number 367,325 lessthanthe number 461,589? A It has less thousands. B It has less ten thousands. C It has less hundred thousands. Why is the number 725,582 greater thanthe number 721,799? A It has more thousands. B It has more ten thousands. C It has more hundred thousands. Explain why the number 634,645 is equal to the number 634,645. In your own words, what does it mean to compare numbers? To compare numbers _______. Vocabulary 2 figure out**Skill Development/Guided Practice**To compare numbers means to determine whether a number is lessthan, greaterthan, or equalto another number. Compare muti-digit numbers using symbols. Compare each digit in the numbers, starting at the highest place value. If digits are different, identify3 the smaller digit. (underline) If digits are the same, continue to the next lower place value. Write the correct symbol. Interpret4 your answer. 1 a b 2 3 < less than > greater than = equal to CFU How did I/you compare each digit in the numbers? How did I/you know which symbol to write? 3 find 4 explain Vocabulary 1 2**Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued)**To compare numbers means to determine whether a number is lessthan, greaterthan, or equalto another number. Compare muti-digit numbers using symbols. Compare each digit in the numbers, starting at the highest place value. If digits are different, identify the smaller digit. (underline) If digits are the same, continue to the next lower place value. Write the correct symbol. Interpret your answer. 1 a b 2 3 < less than > greater than = equal to How did I/you compare each digit in the numbers? How did I/you know which symbol to write? CFU 1 2**Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued)**To compare numbers means to determine whether a number is lessthan, greaterthan, or equalto another number. Compare muti-digit numbers using symbols. Compare each digit in the numbers, starting at the highest place value. If digits are different, identify the smaller digit. (underline) If digits are the same, continue to the next lower place value. Write the correct symbol. Interpret your answer. 1 a b 2 3 < less than > greater than = equal to How did I/you compare each digit in the numbers? How did I/you know which symbol to write? CFU 1 2**Skill Development/Guided Practice (continued)**1. Tomas has 257,348 baseball cards in his collection. Stanislav has 283,195 football cards. Who has the larger collection of cards? How do you know? __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Solving Math Problems 1 What am I trying to find? 2 What do I know about this idea? 3 What amounts do I know? 4 Solve the problem or answer the question. 5 Did I answer all parts of the question? 2. Libby has 875,790 readers on her blog. Danniek has 335,493 readers on her blog. Who has the larger number of readers? How do you know? __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ How did I/you determine what the question is asking? How did I/you determine the math concept required? How did I/you determine the relevant information? How did I/you solve and interpret the problem? How did I/you check the reasonableness of the answer? CFU 1 2 3 4 5**Relevance**To compare numbers means to determine whether a number is lessthan, greaterthan, or equalto another number. 1 Comparing multi-digit numbers using symbols will help you make decisions in real life. 2 Comparing multi-digit numbers using symbols will help you do well on tests. Sample Test Question: Which of the following numbers are compared correctly? Does anyone else have another reason why it is relevant to compare multi-digit numbers using symbols? (Pair-Share) Why is it relevant to compare multi-digit numbers using symbols? You may give one of my reasons or one of your own. Which reason is more relevant to you? Why? CFU**To compare numbers means to determine whether a number is**lessthan, greaterthan, or equalto another number. Skill Closure Compare muti-digit numbers using symbols. Compare each digit in the numbers, starting at the highest place value. If digits are different, identify the smaller digit. (underline) If digits are the same, continue to the next lower place value. Write the correct symbol. Interpret your answer. 1 a b 2 3 Word Bank compare digits less than greater than equal to numbers Access Common Core Justin thinks that 744,593 is less than 154,045 because the digit 3 is less than the digit 5. Explain the mistake he made. ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Summary Closure What did you learn today about comparing multi-digit numbers using symbols? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank. Day 1 _________________________________________ ______________________________________________ Day 2 _________________________________________ ______________________________________________**Name**Independent Practice To compare numbers means to determine whether a number is lessthan, greaterthan, or equalto another number. Compare muti-digit numbers using symbols. Compare each digit in the numbers, starting at the highest place value. If digits are different, identify the smaller digit. (underline) If digits are the same, continue to the next lower place value. Write the correct symbol. Interpret your answer. 1 a b 2 3 < less than > greater than = equal to**Independent Practice (continued)**To compare numbers means to determine whether a number is lessthan, greaterthan, or equalto another number. Compare muti-digit numbers using symbols. Compare each digit in the numbers, starting at the highest place value. If digits are different, identify the smaller digit. (underline) If digits are the same, continue to the next lower place value. Write the correct symbol. Interpret your answer. 1 a b 2 3 < less than > greater than = equal to**Name**Periodic Review 1 Solving Math Problems 1 What am I trying to find? 2 What do I know about this idea? 3 What amounts do I know? 4 Solve the problem or answer the question. 5 Did I answer all parts of the question? Access Common Core The University of Alabama’s main auditorium has 125,362 chairs. Their arena can seat 96,835 people. If the school moves 32,659 chairs from the auditorium into the arena, which will seat more people? Answering ELA Questions 1 Determine what the question or prompt is asking. 2 Determine the ELA concept required. 3 Read the text to determine relevant information. 4 Answer the question. 5 Re-read the directions to determine if you answered all parts of the question. ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ Fresno, California, has a population of 505,882 people. Kansas City, Missouri has a population of 464,310. If 39,254 people move away from Fresno, which city has the higher population? ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________**Name**Periodic Review 2 Solving Math Problems 1 What am I trying to find? 2 What do I know about this idea? 3 What amounts do I know? 4 Solve the problem or answer the question. 5 Did I answer all parts of the question? Access Common Core Which of the following numbers are compared correctly? Answering ELA Questions 1 Determine what the question or prompt is asking. 2 Determine the ELA concept required. 3 Read the text to determine relevant information. 4 Answer the question. 5 Re-read the directions to determine if you answered all parts of the question.**Name**Periodic Review 3 Solving Math Problems 1 What am I trying to find? 2 What do I know about this idea? 3 What amounts do I know? 4 Solve the problem or answer the question. 5 Did I answer all parts of the question? Access Common Core 1. Rearrange the digits in the number 126,876 to create a larger number. Answering ELA Questions 1 Determine what the question or prompt is asking. 2 Determine the ELA concept required. 3 Read the text to determine relevant information. 4 Answer the question. 5 Re-read the directions to determine if you answered all parts of the question. 2. Rearrange the digits in the number 354,514 to create a larger number. 3. Rearrange the digits in the number 730,485 to create a smaller number. 4. Rearrange the digits in the number 846,040 to create a smaller number.

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