TED: Language of Numbers Unit 1
This is a Teacher's Edition of the student workbook Language of Numbers Unit 1. Each lesson has instruction for teaching and learning. The workbook page is reproduced in the lesson and has answers and annotations.
The introduction provides counsel on the grouping of students for success, unison answering, achieving independence, paying attention, concentrating, correcting work, erasing, speed, oral problems, mastering and applying number facts, and enjoying purposeful drill. Instructions are included to help each student develop his or her own personal arithmetic book.
With the guidance you provide by following carefully structured lesson plans, students will:
- write the whole numbers.
- learn to print the ten digits.
- add 1, 2, 3, and 4.
- Subtract 1, 2, 3, and 4.
- build vocabulary
- solve equations (number sentences).
- develop their mental image of the number line.
- add 5 or more; understand even and odd numbers.
- solve problems—by adding, by subtracting.
- find the number needed.
- subtract 5 or more.
- set up numbers to acquire an understanding of houses (place value).
- spell the numbers.
- solve problems by finding the number needed.
- learn patterns for solving addition, subtraction, and number-needed problems.
- write story problems involving addition, subtraction, and number needed.
- count by 2s and 5s; tell time; use signholder.
- learn symbols—cents, equals, is greater than, is less than, minus, plus, times.
- measure length, weight, and temperature.
- understand the houses (place value)—tens, hundreds.
- add three numbers; add numbers in the tens house.
- learn the pairs 5+5 through 9+9.
- subtract numbers in the tens house.
- learn the pairs—plus 1, 2, 3, 4—less 1, 2, 3, 4.
- subtract with the pairs.
- find the number needed with the pairs.
- find the sequence of numbers; groups (sets)—joining, separating, equivalent, nonequivalent.
- distinguish numerals from the numbers.
- find the missing number.
- understand greater than, less than.
- explore the commutative property, associative property.
- use parentheses.
- name and rename numbers; understand numbers—even, odd.
- experience fractions—one-half, one-fourth, one-third.
- develop a mental image of fractions.
- experience geometry—a point, line, line segment, square, rectangle, triangle, circle, closed figures—inside, outside.
- listen to directions and apply what they know.
- multiply—with 2, with 3; work with money.
- master 100 addition facts, 100 subtraction facts.
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