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Mastering Mathematics - "Counting-On" to Solve Single-Digit Equations
In this one week course, students will develop skills necessary to transition from counting all - a math strategy commonly used in the early half of kindergarten - to using the counting on strategy.
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In this one week class, students will master the computation strategy "Counting on". As students begin to learn how to manipulate numbers, they begin by using the counting all strategy for adding numbers together. This involves beginning at number 1 and counting all the fingers, cubes, or drawings until they have fully counted both numbers in the equation. For example, if solving 5+4 a student would count all by saying: "1,2,3,4,5... 6,7,8,9". While it is an essential starting point, this...
I can use the counting-on strategy to solve single-digit addition and subtraction problems.
There will be a pre-test and a post-test for Lessons 1 and 2 and an end of unit assessment. Each Lesson taught includes an introduction with time for norm-setting and mindfulness. These assessments will be taken on https://webmathminute.com/online and will be used to measure student progress. The following settings will be used: Lesson 1 Pre-test: Addition, 20 problems, min- 1, max-10, time - 1min Lesson 1 Post-test: Addition, 20 problems, min- 1, max-10, time - 1min Lesson 2 Pre-test: Subtraction, 20 problems, min- 1, max-10, time - 1min Lesson 2 Post-test: Subtraction, 20 problems, min- 1, max-10, time - 1min End of Unit Assessment: Addition and subtraction, 20 problems, min- 1, max-10, time - 1min
Students will need a writing utensil, sticky notes, small toys/snack foods (cheerios, legos, etc.), paper.
Assessments will be taken on https://webmathminute.com/online and will be used to measure student progress. Parents will receive a report at the end of the unit summarizing student results.
2 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Students may need assistance taking the pre and post-assessments.
Assessments will be taken on https://webmathminute.com/online.
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28 total reviews
53 completed classes
Hello there! My name is Elizabeth Trinkle and welcome to my Outschool Classroom. Let me introduce myself. I am a graduate of the University of Delaware where I majored and became dual certified in Elementary and Special Education. I have...