Hawaii
January 28, 2021, 1:30:00 AM
Wednesday
Level 3

Ms. Amanda

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

New

Number Operation

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Number Classes

Without solving, identify the sum of an equation as even or odd based on the addends given.

Supporting targets:
1:

Identify the pattern that occurs when two even numbers are added.

2:

Identify the pattern that occurs when two odd numbers are added.

3:

Identify the pattern that occurs when an even and odd number are added.

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5:

Grade:

3rd

Vocabulary:

Odd, Even, Addends, Sum

Activities:

- Students discussed and identified even and odd multi-digit numbers.

- Students added two even addends (2+ digits) and observed and identified the pattern that was occured in the sums.

- Students added two odd addends (2+ digits) and observed and identified the pattern that was occured in the sums.

- Students added one even addend and one odd addend (2+ digits) and observed and identified the pattern that occurred in the sums.

- Students practiced identifying if a sum would be even or odd, based on the given addends.

Home Exploration

Challenge Problem:

Will the sum of 356 + 497 be even or odd?

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Odd

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Target 2

Lesson Type:
New
Number Operation
Operational Relationships
Use properties of operations as strategies for solving arithmetic problems.

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Supporting targets:
1:

Identify the Commutative Property of Multiplication.

2:

Understand that changing the order of factors, does not change the product.

3:

Understand that multiplication and addition are commutative.

4:

Identify the Associative Property of Addition.

5:

Understand that the associative property is about grouping factors in an addition equation without changing the sum.

Grade:

3rd

Vocabulary:

Commutative, Factors, Product, Associative, Addends, Sums

Activities:

- Students discussed the commutative property of multiplication and explained that the order the factors are in does not change the product.

- Students wrote equations to see if the commutative property applies to addition, subtraction and division. Students learned that just multiplication and addition are commutative.

- Students filled in missing numbers based on the commutative property of multiplication.

- Students played a dice game where they rolled dice for the factors of a problem, and filled in the missing equation based on the commutative property of multiplication.

- Students discussed the associative property of addition.

- Students solved addition number sentences and identified if given equations were equal to each other.

Home Exploration

Solve!

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Target 3

Lesson Type:
Review
Number Operation
Computation
Subtract within 1,000 (regrouping limited to only one place-value).

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Supporting targets:
1:

Understand that when subtracting a multi-digit number, each place-value is being subtracted individually to create the new number (ones are subtracted from ones, tens are subtracted from tens, etc.)

2:

Understand how to regroup based on place-value understandings (i.e., ten ones can be composed into one ten – ten tens can be composed into one hundred).

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Grade:

3rd

Vocabulary:

Difference

Activities:

- Students created items to sell and assigned each item a price.

- Students chose items to buy from each other, solved to find the difference in the money that was given and the cost of the item, and made change for each transaction.

Home Exploration

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