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Addition with regrouping

model problems
by

Lauren DiDonna

on 1 October 2013

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Transcript of Addition with regrouping

Addition with multi-digit numbers
This time work with your
shoulder partner
Breaking down an addition problem
Watch me solve one...
I will add 4 digit whole numbers with regrouping.
Independent
Practice
56
+23
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135
+567
678
+345
addend
Addend
addition symbol
Equal Symbol
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86
+37

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Directions: Complete five problems. Show all of your work.
Reviewing the objective
What did we learn today?
When will we use this skill?
How do you think you did today?
Let's take a look
at a problem...
57
+43

Your Turn:
It's your turn to practice addition with regrouping.
With your partner you will:
1. Partner A solves the 1st problem.
2. Partner B coaches/praises partner A.
3. Partner B solves the 2nd problem.
4. Partner A coaches and praises.
5. Repeat until the page is complete.
Watch me solve one more....

247
+689

And Just one more....

244
+789

Rally Coach Addition:
MathBoard iPad:
1. Sage: Tells Scribe how to solve the problem presented on the iPad.
2. Scribe Solves problems on the iPad.
3. When Sage is done solving the problem then the Scribe can choose the answer.
4. Switch roles and repeat.
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