Right Start Math Level E semester 1
In this class students will work through the lessons 1-70 of Right Start Math Level E.
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Prerequisites: Students need to do one of the following: Complete level D of Right Start Math Students new to Right Start Math should take the pre-assessment and reach out the teacher. https://rightstartmath.com/placement-test/ Students new to the program may need an individual session with teacher to become familiar with Al Abcus and the visualization strategies unique to Right Start Math. Curriculum information: I will be teaching the award-winning Right Start Math Level A Second Edition....
Students will complete lessons 1-72 of Right Start Math second edition Level E. Topics that will be covered include Numeration: Understands and find prime numbers Factors numbers Read, writes, rounds and compares numbers to the billions Addition and Subtraction: Adds and subtracts multi-digit numbers in multiple ways Multiplication and Division: Knows multiplication facts to 10 x10 Applies commutative, associative and distributive properties Multiplies multiples of 10, eg 80 x 7 Problem Solving: Solves two- step problems involving four operations Writes equations to represent story problems Solves division story problems with remainders Fractions: Adds and subtracts simple fractions and mixed numbers Understands a/b as 1/b multiplied by a Understands n a/b as a whole number plus a fraction Compares and finds equivalences on the fraction chart Multiplies fractions time a whole number Patterns: Uses algebraic thinking to write a pattern symbolically Solves simple equations
I am a certified elementary/ special education teacher who is homeschooling her own children ages 5 and 9. I strongly believe that not all children learn the same way. So there needs to be a variety of resources, methods and approaches to teach them with. I found the Right Start Curriculum when I was teaching middle and high school life skills and multiple disability support. I implemented it with students who still were not able to count past 5. This curriculum taught some them in a way that they could succeed while they still couldn’t always count to 10 they could see, add and subtract up 10. When I pulled my daughter out of a brick and mortar school to home school, I put my daughter into this curriculum. She has now gone through 3 levels of it. I am not apart of the affiliate program nor do I receive any money from the company for using or recommending their program. I just recommend it because I truly like it. Image by Rudy and Peter Skitterians from Pixabay
After every class I either list homework in the class or if students have different needs that week I will individually message students their homework assignments. In this level I will start teaching students to evaluate their own mastery by discussing how they can tell if they understand such as if it is easy to do 10 in a row quickly (I would suggest a time appropriate to the problems) and accurately they probably have a good understanding but if it takes a lot of thought they might need to do a few more until it is easier.
The amount of supplies is different from level A because by level E students are able to be much more independent, so parents don’t need to have the teaching guide the way they do for Level A. Required: Level E workbook- https://store.rightstartmath.com/rightstart-mathematics-level-e-worksheets-second-edition/ Math game kit with abacus (if you have bought a manipulatives kit for another level it should have all of the needed items.) https://store.rightstartmath.com/math-card-games-kit/ centimeter cubes about 50 45 triangle 30-60 triangle T square Ruler Basic calculator Yard/meter stick Recommended: https://store.rightstartmath.com/rs2-math-set-super-saver/ (This kit has everything listed above except the calculator and the workbook.)
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Rachel RyanJob Trainer and special education teacher
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22 completed classes
I love to teach all age about skills they need to live. For younger learners I am going to be teaching courses that will help students grow in independence skills and social/ emotional regulation. For middle grade and high school I teach classes...