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Teaching notes 1 starting the lesson with a counting

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show that ability with the assessment. Teaching notes: 1. Starting the lesson with a counting example, did anyone notice a pattern? 2. Can anyone give me an example definition of skip counting? 3. Can you show me the difference between just counting and skip counting? 4. Can anyone demonstrate skip counting by 5s with the base ten blocks? 5. Can anyone demonstrate skip counting by 10s with the counting blocks? 6. Does anyone need an example before we begin the worksheets? 7. Can anyone tell me how we got to the answer with the first problem? 8. Can use the same method to solve the next problem? 9. Can anyone predict what the next answer will be? 10. Can anyone demonstrate skip counting on the number line? Agenda: Formative assessment: \ Page 1 of 5
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1. Quick view of the lesson/objectives 3 minutes 2. Begin lesson with motivation 3 minutes 3. Class Discussion, activities, questions 20 minutes 4. Work on worksheets 15 minutes 5. Exit ticket 2 minutes Exit ticket- this will help with showing students understanding after the lesson is completed. I can then asses their upstanding and to see if I may have to go over a few parts of the lesson again to further students’ knowledge. Academic Language: Key vocabulary: Base 10 Skip counting Counting blocks Organize I will be sure to mention the terms before the lesson and tell students that will go over each term with
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  • Fall '17
  • Numerical digit, Decimal, Elementary arithmetic, Numeral system, Skip Counting

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