Chapter 9
Operations: Meanings and Basic
Facts
Kenzie McAlister, Lexi Pesek, & Miata Draeger
How Would You Solve?
1-Addition
Multiplication
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2-Subtraction
4-Division
1.If Kaylee has 4 baskets
with 5 apples in each,
how many apples does
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Chapter 9: Operations: Meanings and Basic Facts (Part 2)
Overview of Basic Fact Instruction
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Chapter 9: Operations: Meanings and Basic Facts
Understanding Computational Fluency
Goal: knowing _ to add, subtract, multiply, or divide in a problemsolving situation.
More extensive than just being able to add, subtract, multiply, or divide
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-understanding how numbers work and the ability to use them in real life experiences.
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When do most children have a mastery of number sense?
Regarding place value and number sense, after teaching the basic 1-10 numbers, is better to use larger
numbers (10, 20 30, 40, ect) or immediately use the teen" numbers (11,
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letter/sound
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words correctly in ﬁnal
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Components of Grammar
1. Parts of Speech
a. They are words sorted into eight groups: nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs,
prepositions, conjunctions, interjections.
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