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# 4 Cluster 2 Additional Resources

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This is one possible method for using the area model for division.

With this division strategy, students divide by breaking the dividend into its expanded form. Then, students use familiar multiplication facts to divide. It is suggested that this would be the first of three strategies for division (preceding partial quotients and the standard algorithm.

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Dawne Coker
06/28/2020
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In this video, a student explains how to use the area model for multiplication. The area model is a multiplication strategy based on decomposing numbers basedon place value.

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This resource provides an overview and background information about multiplication fact fluency. This is not remixable.

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Drew Polly
11/17/2019
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This resource provides suggestions for next steps and instructional moves related to multiplicative comparisons in Grade 4. This aligns to Grade 4 Cluster 2. This is remixable.

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Drew Polly
11/17/2019
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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 video demonstrates the functions of the TI-15 calculator. It may be used as a professional development for teachers, or for training students. It is not recommended that the video is shown to students in its entirety. If you scroll down to the comments section under the video, time markers for each function are provided. Click on the time markers to go directly to that specific function.

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Dawne Coker