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Students are doing an activity using different strategies to solve addition problems and focusing on showing their work. Students receive feedback throughout the activity to stay motivated and understand what they are doing well and how they can improve. This user-friendly feedback contains academic language that the students know and can help them feel proud of their work. This feedback is also actionable, students know how to reproduce positive feedback or how to make corrections.
Remember to show your work!
Ayperi, I can see that you found the sum of 7+5 using thestrategy “count on.” I can see thatbecause you drew counters and labelled them with 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. That is an excellent way to show your work!
McKay, it is so clear to me that you understand how to use the strategy “make a ten” because you showed your work for all three steps. You drew the ‘break apart’ lines, circled the addends that make a ten, and rewrote an addition sentence with the sum. Keep on showing me your great work!
Resul, I noticed that you are working really hard to find the sums for these addition facts. I like how you are concentrating! Could you explain how you found the sum for 3+4?
“I know that 3+3 is 6 and 4 is one more than 3, so 3+4 is like 3+3+1 and 6+1 is 7. So 3+4 is 7.”
Wow! That was a very clear explanation! You used the doubles plus one strategy, telling me which doubles fact you used and how you figured out if you should add one or minus one from the doubles fact sum. If you write down that explanation you would receive full marks for your answer!
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