###### Sunnyvale

###### August 18, 2021, 11:00:00 PM

###### Wednesday

###### Level 2

## Ms. Caitlyn

### Target 1

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Number Operation

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Number Reltionships

Compare numbers to determine which is more, less, or equal up to 50.

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Compare quantities that can be counting to determine more, less, or equal.

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Compare numerals to determine more, less, or equal.

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

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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?).

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3rd

###### Vocabulary:

Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To

Activities:

Students were given different animal counters to compare and used alligator mouths to identify if the quanities are greater than, less than, or equal.

Students created their own alligator mouths and used them to compare given numbers.

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### Target 2

###### Lesson Type:

###### Continuation

###### Geometry

###### Coordinates

###### Use coordinates (the intersection of a row and column) to indicate the location of an object on a grid.

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Identify a row and a column.

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Understand that in a coordinate, the first number indicates right and left (column) placement and the second up and down (row) placement.

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Use visual tracking to accurately find the intersection point of a row and column.

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###### Grade:

3rd

###### Vocabulary:

Intersection, Row, Column

Activities:

Students practiced forming buildings to form rows and columns using 3D shapes and Legos.

Students practiced on a 1 by 2 and other types of arrays to find objects using first columns and then rows.

Students created a 4 by 4 array and used stickers to fill the array. Students found the intersections by finding the column first and then the array.

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