Table of contents for Multiplication & Division
Level a 1 -
OVERVIEW
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Level b 1 -
The Importance of Multiplication and Division
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Level b 2 -
Operational Sense in the Junior Grades
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Level b 3 -
Big Ideas in Number Sense and Numeration
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Level b 4 -
What You Will Learn
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Level c 1 -
What You Will Learn
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Level d 2 -
Meeting the Needs of All Students
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Level a 2 -
TELL ME
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Level b 1 -
Problems with Purpose
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Level c 1 -
Problems with Purpose
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Level c 2 -
Teaching Through Problem Solving
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Level d 1 -
Getting Started
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Level d 2 -
Working on It
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Level d 3 -
Reflecting and Connecting
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Level c 3 -
The Role of Context
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Level c 4 -
Instructional Purposes
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Level b 2 -
Multiplication
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Level c 1 -
Multiplication
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Level c 2 -
Kindergarten to Grade 3 Experiences
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Level d 1 -
Unitizing
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Level d 2 -
Basic Facts
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Level c 3 -
Multiplication in the Junior Years
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Level d 1 -
From Addition to Multiplication
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Level d 2 -
Ontario Curriculum Expectations
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Level c 4 -
Models
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Level d 1 -
Models as ‘‘Pictures’’
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Level d 2 -
Models as Representations
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Level d 3 -
Models as Tools
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Level c 5 -
Types of Multiplication Problems
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Level d 1 -
Equal Group
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Level d 2 -
Multiplicative Comparison
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Level d 3 -
Combinations
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Level c 6 -
Finding Friendly Numbers
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Level d 1 -
Multiples of Ten
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Level d 2 -
Other ‘‘Friendly’’ Numbers
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Level c 7 -
Strategies
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Level d 1 -
Distributive Property Strategies
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Level e 1 -
Beginning Strategies
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Level e 2 -
Partial Product Strategy
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Level e 3 -
Partial Product Algorithm
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Level e 4 -
Connecting to the Algorithm
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Level e 5 -
Compensation Strategy
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Level d 2 -
Associative Property Strategies
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Level d 3 -
Estimation
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Level c 8 -
Relating Multiplication to Division
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Level b 3 -
Division
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Level c 1 -
Division
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Level c 2 -
Kindergarten to Grade 3 Experiences
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Level d 1 -
Early Division Strategies
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Level c 3 -
Division in the Junior Years
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Level d 1 -
Multiplication and Division
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Level d 2 -
From Addition to Multiplication
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Level d 3 -
Ontario Curriculum Expectations
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Level c 4 -
Models
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Level d 1 -
Models as ‘‘Pictures’’
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Level d 2 -
Models as Representations
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Level d 3 -
Models as Tools
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Level c 5 -
Types of Division Problems
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Level d 1 -
Partitive or Distribution Division
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Level d 2 -
Quotative or Measurement Division
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Level d 3 -
A Variety of Division Experiences
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Level c 6 -
Remainders
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Level d 1 -
Staying in Context
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Level d 2 -
Dealing with Remainders
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Level c 7 -
Strategies
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Level d 1 -
Distributive Property Strategies
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Level e 1 -
Beginning Strategies
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Level e 2 -
Partial Quotient Strategies
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Level e 3 -
Flexible Division Algorithm
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Level e 4 -
Standard Division Algorithm
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Level d 2 -
Division by Simplifying
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Level e 1 -
Ratio Table
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Level e 2 -
Open Array
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Level e 3 -
Reducing and Enlarging
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Level d 3 -
Estimation
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Level a 3 -
SHOW ME
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Level b 1 -
Introduction
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Level b 2 -
Multiplication
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Level c 1 -
Multiplication with Arrays
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Level c 2 -
Getting Started
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Level c 3 -
Working on It
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Level c 4 -
Reflecting and Connecting
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Level c 5 -
Lesson Summary
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Level b 3 -
Division
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Level c 1 -
Division with Flexible Algorithms
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Level c 2 -
Getting Started
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Level c 3 -
Working on It
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Level c 4 -
Reflecting and Connecting
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Level c 5 -
Lesson Summary
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Level a 4 -
LET ME TRY
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Level b 1 -
Introduction
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Level b 2 -
Acquiring Learning Materials
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Level c 1 -
Acquiring Learning Materials
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Level c 2 -
Commercial Materials
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Level c 3 -
Classroom-Made Materials
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Level b 3 -
Planning Learning Activities
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Level c 1 -
Planning Learning Activities
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Level c 2 -
Identifying Concepts
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Level c 3 -
Determining Prior Knowledge
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Level c 4 -
Designing Lessons
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Level c 5 -
Assessing Learning
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Level b 4 -
Learning More
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