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Mastering the basic math facts in addition and subtraction : strategies, activities & interventions to move students beyond memorization / Susan O'Connell and John SanGiovanni.

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Author/Creator:
O'Connell, Susan.
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Imprint:
Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, c2011.
Format:
  • Book
  • xv, 157 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Note:
"CD-ROM includes 350+ pages of customizable classroom resources in English and Spanish."--P. [1] of cover.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 145-146).
Contents:
  • Machine generated contents note: What are basic facts?
  • What constitutes mastery of basic facts?
  • Why do we need to know basic facts?
  • Why is it important to understand math facts?
  • How can we help students master basic math facts?
  • How can this book help you?
  • How is this book organized?
  • What is the teaching sequence of math facts within this book?
  • Why are activities and resources on a CD?
  • Resource for Professional Learning Communities
  • Our Goal
  • ch. 1 Understanding Addition and Subtraction
  • Exploring Big Ideas to Develop Math Fact Strategies
  • Building Understanding Prior to Focusing on Fluency
  • Using Models to Represent Addition and Subtraction
  • Exploring the Concepts of Addition and Subtraction Through Problems
  • Exploring Operations Through Children's Literature
  • Partner Explorations
  • The Classroom Environment
  • Beginning with Understanding
  • ch. 2 Plus One and Plus Two
  • Focusing on the Big Ideas
  • Understanding +1, +2 Facts
  • Literature Link: Mouse Count
  • Exploring the Facts: Number Strips to Visualize 1 More and 2 More
  • Supporting All Learners
  • Building Automaticity
  • Targeted Practice
  • Monitoring Progress
  • Connecting to Subtraction
  • ch. 3 Adding Zero
  • Focusing on the Big Ideas
  • Understanding +0 Facts
  • Literature Link: Gray Rabbit's 1, 2, 3
  • Exploring the Facts: Acting Out +0 Facts
  • Supporting All Learners
  • Building Automaticity
  • Targeted Practice
  • Monitoring Progress
  • Connecting to Subtraction
  • ch. 4 Adding Ten
  • Focusing on the Big Ideas
  • Understanding +10 Facts
  • Literature Link: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
  • Exploring the Facts: Using Double Ten-Frames
  • Supporting All Learners
  • Building Automaticity
  • Targeted Practice
  • Monitoring Progress
  • Connecting to Subtraction
  • ch. 5 Doubles
  • Focusing on the Big Ideas
  • Understanding Doubles
  • Literature Link: Double the Ducks
  • Exploring the Facts: Creating Equal Sets
  • Supporting All Learners
  • Building Automaticity
  • Targeted Practice
  • Monitoring Progress
  • Connecting to Subtraction
  • ch. 6 Making Ten
  • Focusing on the Big Ideas
  • Understanding Making Ten
  • Literature Link: Ten Apples up on Top!
  • Exploring the Facts: The Cupcake Problem
  • Supporting All Learners
  • Building Automaticity
  • Targeted Practice
  • Monitoring Progress
  • Connecting to Subtraction
  • ch. 7 Using Tens
  • Focusing on the Big Ideas
  • Understanding Using Tens
  • Literature Link: Diary of a Worm
  • Exploring the Facts: Counters In and Out
  • Supporting All Learners
  • Building Automaticity
  • Targeted Practice
  • Monitoring Progress
  • Connecting to Subtraction
  • ch. 8 Using Doubles
  • Focusing on the Big Ideas
  • Understanding Using Doubles
  • Literature Link: Fish Eyes
  • Exploring the Facts: Doubles and One More
  • Supporting All Learners
  • Building Automaticity
  • Targeted Practice
  • Monitoring Progress
  • Connecting to Subtraction
  • One Lonely Fact
  • Retaining Math Facts
  • Automatic Recall of Facts
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • Professional References
  • Children's Literature
  • Professional Learning Communities Study Guide
  • Guiding Questions
  • A Guide to the CD-ROM
  • Organization of the CD Files
  • Teaching Resources
  • Teaching Tools
  • Fact Cards
  • Assessment Tools.
Contributor:
SanGiovanni, John.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780325029634
0325029636

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