FLUENCY. FLUENCY hunt!. Fluency Hunt adapted from Becky Reister, Madison County Teacher Leader. Search through your grade level standards to find the word “FLUENT” as it relates to addition and subtraction. …. . H i ghlight the standard !. Let’s share…. Let’s share…. Kindergarten.
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Fluency Hunt adapted from Becky Reister, Madison County Teacher Leader
Search through your grade level standards to find the word “FLUENT” as it relates to addition and subtraction.…..Highlight the standard!
“…a fluency approach to learning places a focus on developing and using mathematical strategies, with the goal of finding efficient, effective ways to apply known facts to derive unknown facts.”
Handout Mathematics” (NCTM magazine)
…but knows that 7 can be broken down into two parts, 5 and 2, and applies that knowledge to derive the unknown fact
5 + 7 can be thought of as 5+ (5+2)
What else do you notice about this the last time fluency with addition/subtraction is mentioned in the fourth-grade standard?
4.NBT.5 - Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.
1 there.. Find the Math Standard Placemat for the grade level BEFORE the one you teach.2. Find Common Core Standards that support being fluent with addition and subtraction using the standard algorithm.3. Write each standard on a post-it note.4. Be ready to share.
We can’t go around it……
We can’t go over it….
We can’t go under it….
The Standard Algorithm…..
It’s in the fourth and fifth grade Common Core for lots of reasons!
Let’s take a break! there.
The first clip is an example of a number talk from a third grade classroom. This type of class discussion builds mental math computation strategies and offers many strategies for students to consider.
First grade number talk lesson.
Students may jump all of their tens at one time. Then with the ones place they would hop in groups. 83-40 one big jump and land on 43 hop off 3 to get to forty and hop off five more to land on 35.
Kentucky Center for Mathematics
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