
My
teacherled presentations allow
teachers to facilitate math lesson and provide practice without having
to write problems on the board, which can take their attention
away from the students. Teachers can circulate
the room and assist students as they calculate,
communicate, reason and use manipulatives to represent their mathematical thinking. Students
enjoy the feedback that many of the presentations provide.
Enjoy them and consider attending a workshop where I demonstrate how to
use a variety of technology including several other slideshowsto
build understanding.


Understanding
Multiplication Get out the manipulatives and use these
word problems to help students represent the meaning of multiplication


Multiplication As Repeated
Addition Students use my repetitive story along with
manipulatives and calculators to connect addition to
multiplication.


Understanding Division
Get out the manipulatives and use these
word problems to help students represent the meaning of division 

Long Division IntroductionTake
Students StepbyStep Through the Traditional Algorithm


Reading a Protractor
 Let your students step into the role of the teacher to facilitate
wholegroup practice for the class.


Long Division Practice
Using Webmath.com


Decimal Subtraction
Emphasizing Number Sense & Estimation


More Long Division Practice
Using Webmath.com 

Telling Time to the Half
Hour and Quarter Hour  HandsOn Guided Practice Using
Whiteboards and Handheld Clocks


Measurement – Reasonable Measures
Review Slideshow (Weight, Length, Volume)


Adding and Subtracting
Fractions with LIKE
Denominators


1. Measurement:
Weight ~ Grams, Ounces, Pounds, Kilograms Conversions and
Reasonable
Measures


Adding and Subtracting
Fractions with UNLIKE
Denominators 

1.
Measurement:
Weight ~ Reasonable Measures
Grams, Ounces, Pounds, Kilograms and


Adding and Subtracting
Mixed Numbers  Guided Practice


Interpreting Graphs
 Grades 2 and Up


Elapsed Time Hours
and Minutes Within 24 hours


Variables
and Open Sentences  Download the Sort and use the PowerPoint
to follow up on this collaborative activity on thinking and
reasoning. 

Counting and Comparing
Money up to $2
Link to a matching Word
Document Within the Slideshow


Comparing Fractions  Number Sense 

Counting and Comparing
Money up to $2


Comparing Fractions  Converting
Fractions to Decimals


Area of Triangles  Right Triangles Only


Comparing
Fractions  Cross
Multiplication 
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