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This is a VERY thorough packet! In its 8 pages, it includes notes and examples, practice using number lines and two-color counters, and application word problems. There is plenty of room for students to show their work. Using models to add and subtract integers is a 7th grade objective in Texas, and

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Lesson Objective: To use Model method (Singapore) to solve word problems
Topic: Four operations on Whole Numbers
Difficulty Level: 1
Level: Grade 5, 6 and 7
This lesson plan is written to teach word problems on whole numbers using the Model Method. The Model Method for solving word problems are

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Do your students have trouble figuring out which operation they need to do in a word problem? I created this chart with helpful keywords for struggling students and taped it to their desks. The chart includes keywords for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. I also added quotient, fac

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This is a VERY thorough packet! In its 8 pages, it includes notes and examples, practice using number lines and two-color counters, and application word problems. There is plenty of room for students to show their work. Using models to add and subtract integers is a 7th grade objective in Texas, and

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This tutorial / worksheet on Dividing a Fraction by a Whole Number (using visual models) is perfect as a notes page, or as a resource for parents. It is common-core aligned, includes a step-by-step guide to solving problems, four (4) practice word problems and illustrated answer keys.

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This packet includes the following graphs that can be used in individual student data/leadership notebooks or for use in RTI/tutoring. It is very useful for tracking student progress and in parent conferences! My school is a Leader in Me school, so the students use these to track their own progres

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This tutorial / worksheet on Dividing a Fraction by a Whole Number (using visual models) is perfect as a notes page, or as a resource for parents. It is Common-core aligned, includes a step-by-step guide to solving problems, four (4) practice word problems and illustrated answer keys.

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This is an problem solving activity with more than one way to represent a solution. I have included solutions/strategies in the teaching notes on the side of the pages. It is designed to stretch students' thinking skills.
I have experience using this problem with students in grades 3-5 but fee

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Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This unit covering Make a List or Table is one of 9 units focusing on 8 problem solving st

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Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This unit covering Determine a Pattern is one of 9 units focusing on 8 strategies plus a s

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Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This unit covering Guess and Check is one of 9 units focusing on 8 strategies plus a serie

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This cheat sheet has everything your students and parents NEED TO KNOW about problem solving! Perfect notes for a math journal!

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These two pages are a document that I created for a middle-school math class when we started a counting unit on permutations. I have used a minion to explain three different methods of counting - lists, trees and the counting principle.
My students loved this and so did their parents!

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Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This unit covering Draw a Picture or Diagram is one of 9 units focusing on 8 strategies pl

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Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This unit covering Working Backwards is one of 9 units focusing on 8 strategies plus a ser

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Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This unit covering Using Logical Reasoning is one of 9 units focusing on 8 strategies plus

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Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This Free Sample from the Make a List or Table Unit provides an example of the format of t

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Lesson Objective: To use the Model method (Singapore) to solve word problems
Topic: Four operations of Whole number
Difficulty Level: 1
Level: Grade 6 and 7
The Model Method is a good tool to solve word problems in maths. It helps your students to visualize with simple diagrams. This lesson plan

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To assess the student's learning a set of descriptive questions divided into 3 groups.

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Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This unit covering Applying Algebraic Thinking is one of 9 units focusing on 8 strategies

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Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This unit covering Solving a Simpler Problem is one of 9 units focusing on 8 strategies pl

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This unit gives students opportunities to solve problems using different strategies.
The unit begins with a worked example, showing different strategies for solving the same problem.
Each of the 30 colorful, interesting problems comes with a reminder of 8 strategies that students should know, on sc

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Study guide for using a proportion to find the percent of a number, the original number, and what percent a number is of another number. The preview above shows the first part of the sheet.

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A unique approach to solving math word problems-use the label of the answer to help set up and solve the problem.
This presentation repeats "Math Word Problems- Understanding Labels," then goes on to explain how to look at the labels and the label of the answer to solve problems without needing kn

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