This Lesson is primarily used to help students understand how to represent a digit in relation to its place value. Students will identify patterns, represent and interpret expanded notation up to 9,999,999 to reinforce this concept.
The full download packet includes:
Student Lesson includes:
- Think About: Anticipatory Set questions
- Watch: Anticipatory Set introductory video Unit: Numbers
- Introductory Content: for student study/review
- Concept Video: for student study/review
- Example: A trial example with solved work for students to check for understanding
- Now It’s Your Turn: Guided Practice with solutions
- Mastery: Quiz for students to proof understanding (teacher assessment)
- Learning Tool: For further use and independent work
Teacher Guide to help you plan and deliver your lesson, and/or provide instruction to parents and students if you choose to assign the lesson as homework.
The Teacher Guide includes:
- Curriculum Alignments
- Materials List
- Timing and Pacing
- Learning Setting Options
- Homework Instructions for Parents / Guardians
- Assessment Strategies Formative and Summative
- Lesson Plan Procedures
- Answer Key
The Lesson includes videos and therefore requires a minimum of 15 minutes computer access.
There are a number of options for use:
- Classroom with one teacher computer and a projector
- Classroom with student computers
- Classroom with a visit to the computer lab
- Home learning / Homework
COMMON CORE STANDARD(S)
This lesson is foundational to addressing:
Generalize place value understanding for multi-digit whole numbers.
- Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right.
Place Value to Millions
- Categorize the place value of each digit in a given numeral.
- Express a given numeral in expanded notation.
- Write the numeral represented by a given expanded notation.
DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE
This lesson helps students to describe, explain and interpret at the following levels of complexity:
- Level 1: Recall
Level 2: Skill/Concept: Identifying patterns, organizing, representing and interpreting.
You may be interested in the many other Math 4 lessons we have created for you. We publish regularly with lessons in Numbers, Algebra, Geometry, and Statistics.
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