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StandardNumber & Operations in Base Ten Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multidigit arithmetic.
4. NBT.B.4. Fluently add and subtract multidigit whole numbers using the standard algorithm. ObjectiveStudents will use their understanding of place value to fluently add and subtract whole numbers less than or equal to 1,000,000.Materials & ResourcesDigit posters, white boards, pencils, Smartboard, Common Core Mathematics practice sheetsAnticipatory SetStudents will practice making large numbers with their digit posters. This will activate the classs prior knowledge of place value. Instructional Input The students have an understanding of place value and how to add multidigit whole numbers. In this lesson, the teacher will explain how to use the standard addition algorithm to add large numbers (up to or less than 1,000,000) efficiently using their knowledge of place value.Model The teacher will model the steps of an addition problem on the board. Then students will take notes in their math notebooks for reference to refer back to if needed during independent practice.
Line up the numbers
Add common place values together (using a place value chart)
Explain regroupingCheck for UnderstandingThe teacher will give an addition problem to the whole class. Using their white boards, the students will find the sum using their knowledge of place value and the new steps shared by the teacher. They can refer to their notes or ask questions during this time.
The teacher will review the process again on the board, allowing students to correct their work.Guided PracticeThe students will have the opportunity to practice this skill by completing practice problems from the Newmark Learning, Common Core Mathematics Grade 4.
They will work with an assigned partner on questions 14. Each having a turn while their partner observes and coaches them through the process. Reversing rolls when the problem is completed.
The teacher will move around the room to informally assess and provide assistance, if necessary. The teacher will also ask questions to foster higher level thinking.
If time allows, students will work in groups of 4 to complete an addition problem. Each completing one step of the process.Independent PracticeStudents will complete an individual task at their seats, and must be able to explain and justify their thinking with words, pictures and examples. ClosureIndividuals come to the front of the class and summarize their work, allowing for questions and feedback.
The teacher will bring the lesson to a close by summarizing and clarifying the key points of the lesson.
Carly Marshall
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Fourth Grade Math Lesson: Addition of MutliDigit Numbers
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