Multiply Using 3 Digits
We will be going over how to multiply using 3 digits using what is called Long Multiplication or Column Multiplication.
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over 4 weeks
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Students will learn the basics to multiplying using 3 digit numbers using what is called Long Multiplication or Column Multiplication. This is a 4 week course. During class, students will watch how to multiple and then practice what they have just been taught with some examples. Week 1: Reviewing Multiplying with 1 digits and 2 digits -- Homework: Do 4 examples that will be given on a pdf (Every time homework is given, it will be due the next class time: reviewing homeworking will include...
My name is Emily, and I have a knack with making maths fun. My goal is to shine a light on maths so that every student has the chance to be inspired at how fun maths can be. From fun homework games to seeing how maths can be used in every day life, come along the maths road with me and we will make every problem have a fun solution.
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40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Emily Culbertson | Italian Teacher & Italian TutorItalian for Beginners through Intermediate (ages 4 and up)
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