## Lesson Overview

This is an activity to introduce both teacher and student using mathematical equations.

Duration

1-2 hours

Lesson Type

Traditional Lesson

## Essential Question

How can individual information be communicated through the use of one-step mathematical expressions?

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Other Instructional Materials or Notes:

3, 4, 5

Scratch paper, construction paper, markers, and/or colored pencils needed for students.

Ensure you've prepared an exemplar for students to reference.

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- 3.NR Numerical Reasoning
- Use reasoning strategies to sort the decimals into categories of less than or greater than 1/2. Have students explain their thinking for the placements.
- 4.PAFR Patterns, Algebra, and Functional Reasoning
- 4.PAFR.1 Use multiple representations to reason and solve problems involving operational properties of whole numbers and decimals
- 4.PAFR.1.1 Use a strategy to accurately compute sums and differences of whole numbers up to 100,000 and justify the sum or difference
- 4.PAFR.1.2 Compute the product of a one-digit whole number times a multiple of 10 (from 10 to 90) and 100 (from 100 to 900) based on place value and properties of operations
- 4.PAFR.1.4 Use a strategy to divide up to a four-digit dividend by a one-digit divisor, with and without remainders. Justify the calculation

- 4.PAFR.1 Use multiple representations to reason and solve problems involving operational properties of whole numbers and decimals
- 5.NR Numerical Reasoning

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