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Double-digit Multiplication Strategies for Student Success

Different strategies that help students solve double-digit multiplication problems.
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Jennifer Franz

on 12 December 2012

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Transcript of Double-digit Multiplication Strategies for Student Success

Strategies give students choices
Strategies help students who struggle
Match learning styles of students Why teach strategies? Use distributive property to break down the two-digit numbers
Create an array model
22 x 14
2 tens and 2 ones in one color
1 tens and 4 ones in another color
Fill in the space with the product, starting with one type of base ten blocks at a time Visual strategy for visual learners
Gives students a more concrete representation of multiplication problem
Choose three colors of base ten blocks
Students will use a separate color for each factor
Students will use a different color for product Base Ten Blocks Solving multi-digit multiplication problems Math Strategies for Student Success Similar to partial product
Visual method for visual learners
Use expanded method to break down numbers
Use boxes to write solutions to each multiplication problem
Add up numbers in boxes to find solution Area Model Break up the problem into “friendly numbers”
Take numbers and use expanded notation to break them down
Multiply each set of numbers individually
Add all the products to find the total Partial Products Partial Products
Area Model
Base Ten Blocks
Pictorial Representation
Lattice Method Different Strategies for Different Learners Gap between learner and subject matter
Lack of well-developed mental math strategies
Understanding the language of math Why do students struggle with math? Solving multi-digit multiplication problems Math Strategies for Student Success Solving multi-digit multiplication problems Math Strategies
for Student Success Strategies give students choices
Strategies help students who struggle
Match learning styles of students Why teach
strategies? Gap between learner and subject matter
Lack of well-developed mental math strategies
Understanding the language of math Why do students
struggle with math? `
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