## 3. Student Learning Map

• Topic:1- Basic Facts
• Subject(s):Math
• Days:18
Key Learning:

Recalling basic addition and related subtraction facts will help us solve real-world problems.   (Course Code: 5012040)

Unit Essential Question(s):
 How do I use basic facts (addition and subtraction) to solve problems?
Concept:

Concept:

Fact Families

Concept:

Problem Solving

Lesson Essential Question(s):

How can I use fluency of basic addition and subtraction facts to solve real-world problems? (facts 0-12)

(A)

How can I use cue words to set up and solve addition and subtraction word problems?

(A)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

What is the relationship between addition and subtraction? (inverse operation)

(A)

What strategies can I use when determining the accuracy of addition and subtraction problems? (constructing support with justification)

(ET)
Lesson Essential Question(s):

How do I use repeated addition to solve real world problems? (i.e. 4+4+4+4=16; addends no greater than 10)

(A)

How can I show counting groups of numbers to 100? (2's, 5's, 10's)

(A)
Vocabulary:
Vocabulary:
Vocabulary:

United Streaming Video; Manipulative;NCTM Process Standards (located in Public Folders)

The connection to writing includes answering the extended thinking questions.  Additionally, the FCIM math mini-lessons have a daily summarization prompt that is to be answered through writing.
MA.2.A.2.1
Student and Teacher Edition pages:121-124, 125-128, 129-132, 133-135,137-140, 141-144, 153-156
Additional Teacher Edition pages: 129B,137B, 141B, 153B
MA.2.A.4.5
Student and Teacher Edition pages:137-140, 141-144, 464, 465
MA.2.A.6.1
Student and Teacher Edition pages:145-148, 509-512, 364
MA.2.A.4.1
Student and Teacher Edition pages:25-28, 33-36, 29-32

Resources:

## Vocabulary Report

To combine two or more values to make a larger value

Adding the same value over and over; 4+4+4

• operations -

Way to solve math problems (+, -, x, ÷)

• fact families -

A group of related facts using the set of numbers

• skip counting -

Counting forwards or backwards in multiples of a given number

• subtraction -

Taking one value away from another

• mental math -

Strategies for solving without paper

• sum -

The result of adding two or more values

• difference -

The result of subtracting one value from another

• altogether -

Another word for sum

• in all -

Another word for sum

• equals -

Exactly the same value