## Ms. Brianne

### Target 1​

###### Lesson Type:

New

Number Operation

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Integer Composition

Understand that the two digits in a double-digit number represent the number of tens and ones.

###### 1:

Represent the composition or decomposition of two-digit numbers with an equation (13 = 10+3 or 1 ten and 3 ones).

1st

###### Vocabulary:

Place Value, Tens, Ones, Base-Ten, Expanded Form

Activities:

Students

• Used base-ten blocks to build two-digit numbers
• Identified how many tens and ones comprised each number
• Wrote each number in expanded form
• Played a game using base-ten clues (i.e., cover a number that has 8 tens)    ### Home Exploration

###### Guiding Questions: ## Absent Students:

### Target 2

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###### 1:

Compare numerals to determine more, less, or equal.

###### 2:

Use place-value understandings to help determine if numbers are more, less, or equal.

###### 3:

Use manipulatives to determine more, less, or equal by equating quantity to length (i.e. Which is bigger 20 or 32? Line up 20 blocks end-to-end and 32 blocks end-to-end. Which is longer?).

1st

###### Vocabulary:

More, Less, Equal (=), Greater than (>), Less than (<), Compare

Activities:

Students

• compared 2 two-digit numbers
• wrote the appropriate symbols (>, <, =) to show which number was more, less, or equal
• used base-ten blocks to help explain how they determined which was more, less, or equal
• found the greatest and least numbers in a set of numbers    ### Home Exploration

Ms. Brianne believes that 23 is greater than 32. Do you agree with Ms. Brianne? Prove your answer.

None

Remind them to think about place value and how many tens and ones are in each number. Students can draw pictures to help them explain their reasoning.

I disagree with Ms. Brianne. 32 is bigger because there are 3 tens (30). 23 only has 2 tens (20) which is less than 3 tens (30).

###### Guiding Questions: ### Target 3

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2nd

###### Vocabulary:

Perimeter, Area, Square Units

Activities:

Students

• Created a home for a dog on grid paper that included a dog house, dog, water dish, bone, and fence
• Found the area of the dog's home by counting the squares inside the fence
• Found the perimeter of the dog's home by counting the distance along the outside of the fence    ### Home Exploration 