In Grade 4 students use models and templates for writing. This unit is about reading word problems and writing solutions. It explains the difference between the Who? What? When? Where? How? of the news report format and the If-Then-Go-So pattern of problem solving. This format is expanded in later
Are you tired of students rushing through word problems? Want to make them think about the problem and how they will solve them? This guide is designed to slow students down and make them think about the problem! Complete with a list of strategies for them to choose from, and built in questions t
This handout/worksheet gives students steps to solving a problem including a picture box in which they can draw a picture to show their understanding of the problem. The key steps in problem solving are in boldface print.
In Eureka math's lessons, every lesson has the same componets--Fluency, objective, concept development, DOL, problem set and student debrief. In my district we are required to have the title at the top of every page with the number of minutes we spend in each section.
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