# Richard Donnell

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Shows the students how shapes can have equal and unequal parts (or shares). Studunts identify which shape has the equal or unequal part, by looking for 2 parts (halves) or 4 parts (quarters). Also they will find the shape with unequal parts.
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4 ratings
4.0
Shows the students how to use a ten frame to subtract numbers. Models are fill in to show how to make a ten to subtract. Students have a chance to answer the problems, but the answer is shown, then watch the ten frames being filled in to complete
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9 ratings
3.8
Shows the students how to use ten frames to break apart numbers to subtract. Students watch the two steps, that shows the number being broken apart. First step is stubtract to make a ten, second step, subtracting the remaining part of the number.
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2 ratings
4.0
Shows multiplication and division with arrays and bar models. Students fill in missing numbers by identifing number of rows that are in an array, and how many are in each row. Bar models are made using the problem, and student must identify the
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5 ratings
3.9
Shows examples on how to set up a bar model. Class can find the number that is missing in a bar model.
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4 ratings
4.0
Class will use place value to find 10 more, 10 less, 100 more or 100 less than with a 3 digit number.
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8 ratings
4.0
Students will use a number line, or pictures to find one more or one less. Shows the students how to add 1 or subtract 1, when finding one more or one less. Most of the slides use numbers to 10, but there are a few that go to 20.
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4 ratings
4.0
Shows the students how to make a number in different ways, using tens and ones blocks. Then students use that strategy to show the ways to make other numbers.
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5 ratings
4.0
Shows class different line plots, where they answer questions about the line plot. One line plot, the data is given, and they watch as the data is put on the line plot.
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4 ratings
3.8
Reviews the vocabulary terms for plane shapes. Identify open and closed shapes. Count the number of line segments in shapes.
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2 ratings
4.0
Using a bar model, shows the class how to use addition to solve subtraction problems. Class can see the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction.
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1 rating
4.0
Using the equal sign, shows the class how to find facts that are equal. Works with addition and subtraction equations. Students must decide if a number sentence is true or false, and find the missing number to make some equations true.
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6 ratings
3.9
Students identify 2D shapes and how many sides and vertices they have. Students use 3D shapes and identify how many faces, vertices and edges they have.
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5 ratings
4.0
Shows the class how to find a number that is represented by a large number of tens, by grouping them to make a hundred. Then they identify the number.
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4 ratings
3.9
Shows the students how acting the problem out can help them solve it. Problems are given, and students identify how many groups are needed, and how many to put in each group, All groups are equal groups, and students can see the groups being
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4 ratings
4.0
Identifies the parts of a bar graph. Students observe and answer problems from vertical and horizontal bar graphs. Also look at data from a table and choose the bar graph that represents that data.
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4 ratings
3.8
Show how to add and subtract 3 digit numbers with regrouping of the ones and tens.
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1 rating
3.3
Uses different types of units to measure objects. Student answer the questions about objects being measured.
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4 ratings
3.9
Show the class 2 different ways to break apart 3 digit numbers, so they can be added together. Problems have regrouping of ones, and tens.
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2 ratings
4.0
Explains what polygons are, and shows examples. Names of some polygons are use to help identify them. Students identify shapes as polygons or not polygons.
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4 ratings
4.0
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Graduated from Glassboro State College (1987)