DLM Math: Measurement

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Measuring Up

Engage in a variety of activities that involve taking measurements, exploring different ratios, and examining similar figures.

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This module presents the idea of unit as a foundational understanding that impacts student understanding of groupings, place value, and operations in algebraic, geometric and fractional thinking. Learning Maps, Student Learning, Multiplication, Fractions, Anchor Activities, Properties Of Addition, Subtraction Strategies, Repeated Addition, Addition Facts

Measuring and Comparing Lengths

This module focuses on the understanding the attribute of length, how to compare and measure units, and the use of number lines and rulers in the measuring process.

This module presents the idea of unit as a foundational understanding that impacts student understanding of groupings, place value, and operations in algebraic, geometric and fractional thinking. Learning Maps, Student Learning, Multiplication, Fractions, Anchor Activities, Properties Of Addition, Subtraction Strategies, Repeated Addition, Addition Facts

Perimeter, Volume, and Mass

The basic concepts of perimeter, volume, and mass will be discussed. Participants will understand how to use the Anchor, Think and Do, Apply lesson format when planning instructional activities using perimeter and volume as an example. Using the Anchor, Think and Do, Apply format, participants will match Essential Elements to purposes for instruction and determine anchor activities that match purposes.

This module presents the idea of unit as a foundational understanding that impacts student understanding of groupings, place value, and operations in algebraic, geometric and fractional thinking. Learning Maps, Student Learning, Multiplication, Fractions, Anchor Activities, Properties Of Addition, Subtraction Strategies, Repeated Addition, Addition Facts

Time and Money

Participants will learn about money concepts, the language of time, the skills involved in reading a clock, and how questions can be rephrased into statements so that students can demonstrate their receptive understanding of time concepts.