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This is one possible way to use the partial quotient strategy for division.

In this video, 5th grade students use the partial quotient division strategy to solve a 3-digit by 1-digit division problem. While this class begins with a brain dump, it is not necessary.

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Dawne Coker
06/28/2020
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This task calls for students to solve an addition problem using a variety of equations. The task may be used for instruction or assessment purposes.

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07/31/2019
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This task calls for students to solve an addition problem using a variety of equations. The task may be used for instruction or assessment purposes.

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07/10/2019
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This file contains representations and strategies for solving addition and subtraction problems.

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07/13/2019
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Students are asked to solve a real world problem, show their work using pictures, numbers or words, and record a matching equation. A scoring rubric is included. The task may be used for instructional or assessment purposes.

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07/10/2019
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This file contains representations and strategies for solving comparison problems. These representations help answer the questions, "How many more?" and "How many fewer/less?" This resource is especially useful for making comparisons when analyzing data.

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07/10/2019
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This file contains strategies and representations for subtraction problems within 20. The images in this file help teachers better understand ways to record strategies on the board and/or anchor charts.

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07/11/2019
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This resoruce is from Tools4NCTeachers.Second graders use a variety of strategies based on place value and number relationships to add and subtract multi-digit numbers.  The first attachment in this resource outlines strategies for adding 3-digit numbers, and the second attachment outlines strategies for subtracting 3-digit numbers.Second graders are not taught the standard algorithm.

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Mathematics
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DAWNE COKER
06/20/2020
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In this lesson, students begin to move beyond counting as a strategy for solving addition and subtraction problems. They will use what they know about numbers and relationships between numbers to add and subtract with other strategies. Students will start to see connections between strategies to help them transition their thinking.

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