- Instructors
- Amber Almond
- Chloe Tipton
- Christa Fray
- Erica Turpin
- Jenny Emory
- Term
- 2021-2022 School Year
- Department
- 2nd Grade

No upcoming assignments.

Students will be taking the chapter 5 test. This test will consist of 2-digit subtraction.

Essential Question: How do you decide what steps to do to

solve a problem?

solve a problem?

Objective: Analyze word problems to determine

what operations to use to solve multistep

problems.

what operations to use to solve multistep

problems.

Essential Question: How do you write a number sentence to

represent a problem?

represent a problem?

Objective: Represent subtraction situations with

number sentences using a symbol for the

unknown number.

number sentences using a symbol for the

unknown number.

Vocabulary: number sentence

Essential Question: How can drawing a diagram help when

solving subtraction problems?

solving subtraction problems?

Objective: Solve problems involving 2-digit

subtraction by using the strategy

draw a diagram.

subtraction by using the strategy

draw a diagram.

Vocabulary: bar model

Essential Question: How can you use addition to solve

subtraction problems?

subtraction problems?

Objective: Use addition to find differences.

Vocabulary: difference

Essential Question: What are two different ways to write

subtraction problems?

subtraction problems?

Objective: Rewrite horizontal subtraction problems

vertically in the standard algorithm

format.

vertically in the standard algorithm

format.

Vocabulary: digit, tens, ones

Essential Question: How do you record the steps when

subtracting 2-digit numbers?

subtracting 2-digit numbers?

Objective: Practice 2-digit subtraction with and

without regrouping.

without regrouping.

Essential Question: How do you record the steps when

subtracting 2-digit numbers?

subtracting 2-digit numbers?

Objective: Record 2-digit subtraction using the

standard algorithm.

standard algorithm.

Essential Question: How do you record 2-digit subtraction?

Objective: Draw quick pictures and record 2-digit

subtraction using the standard algorithm.

subtraction using the standard algorithm.

Essential Question: When do you regroup in subtraction?

Objective: Model 2-digit subtraction with regrouping.

Vocabulary: regroup

Essential Question: How does breaking apart a number make

subtracting easier?

subtracting easier?

Objective: Break apart a 2-digit subtrahend to

subtract it from a 2-digit number.

subtract it from a 2-digit number.

Vocabulary: tens, ones, subtrahend

Essential Question: How does breaking apart a number make

subtracting easier?

subtracting easier?

Objective: Break apart a 1-digit subtrahend to

subtract it from a 2-digit number.

subtract it from a 2-digit number.

Vocabulary: ones, subtract, difference

Students will be using manipulatives for classwork.

Students will complete chapter 4 Test.

Students will complete a review test for chapter 4 and take corrected version home to study for test on Tuesday Nov. 9.

Essential Question: What are some ways to add 4 numbers?

Objective: Find sums of four 2-digit numbers.

Essential Question: What are some ways to add 3 numbers?

Objective: Find sums of three 2-digit numbers.

Vocabulary: column

Essential Question: How do you write a number sentence to

represent a problem?

represent a problem?

Objective: Represent addition situations with number

sentences using a symbol for the unknown

number.

sentences using a symbol for the unknown

number.

Essential Question: How can drawing a diagram help when

solving addition problems?

solving addition problems?

Objective: Solve problems involving 2-digit addition

using the strategy draw a diagram.

using the strategy draw a diagram.

Essential Question: What are two different ways to write

addition problems?

addition problems?

Objective: Rewrite horizontal addition problems

vertically in the standard algorithm format

vertically in the standard algorithm format

Vocabulary: digit

We will be practicing our 2-digit addition strategies we have learned this week.

Essential Question: How do you record the steps when

adding 2-digit numbers?

adding 2-digit numbers?

Objective: Practice 2-digit addition with and without

regrouping.

regrouping.

Vocabulary: hundred

Essential Question: How do you record the steps when adding

2-digit numbers?

2-digit numbers?

Objective: Record 2-digit addition using the standard

algorithm.

algorithm.

Vocabulary: regroup

Essential Question: How do you record 2-digit addition?

Objective: Draw quick pictures and record 2-digit

addition using the standard algorithm.

addition using the standard algorithm.

Essential Question: When do you regroup in addition?

Objective: Model 2-digit addition with regrouping.

Vocabulary: regroup

Essential Question: How do you break apart addends to add tens and then add ones?

Objective: Apply place-value concepts when using a break-apart strategy for 2-digit addition.

Vocabulary: tens and ones

Essential Question: How can you make an addend to ten to help solve an addition problem?

Objective: Use compensation to develop flexible thinking for 2-digit addition.

Vocabulary: addend

Essential Question: How does breaking apart a number make it easier to add?

Objective: Find a sum by breaking apart a 1-digit addend to make a 2-digit addend a multiple of 10.

Vocabulary: sum

Students will take the chapter 3 math test in class.

Students will be completing chapter 3 test review in class. This review test will be sent home for student to study in order to prepare for test on Tuesday.

We will be reviewing word problems with addition and subtraction.

Essential Question: How can you write an addition sentence

for problems with equal groups?

for problems with equal groups?

Objective: Write equations using repeated addition

to find the total number of objects

in arrays.

to find the total number of objects

in arrays.

Vocabulary: row, addition sentence

Essential Question: How can acting it out help when solving a

problem about equal groups?

problem about equal groups?

Objective: Solve problems involving equal groups by

using the strategy act it out.

using the strategy act it out.

Essential Question: How are number sentences used to show

addition and subtraction situations?

addition and subtraction situations?

Objective: Write equations to represent and solve

a variety of addition and subtraction

situations.

a variety of addition and subtraction

situations.

Vocabulary: number sentence

2nd Grade will be completing a county-wide common assessment for math.

Essential Question: How are bar models used to show

addition and subtraction problems?

addition and subtraction problems?

Objective: Use bar models to represent a variety of

addition and subtraction situations.

addition and subtraction situations.

Vocabulary: bar model

Essential Question: What are some ways to remember

differences?

differences?

Objective: Recall differences for basic facts using

mental strategies.

mental strategies.

Vocabulary: count back

Essential Question: How are addition and subtraction related?

Objective: Use the inverse relationship of addition

and subtraction to recall basic facts.

and subtraction to recall basic facts.

Vocabulary: differences, related facts

Essential Question: How do you add three numbers?

Objective: Find sums of three addends by applying the

Commutative and Associative Properties of

Addition

Commutative and Associative Properties of

Addition

Vocabulary: sum, addends

Essential Question: How is the make a ten strategy used to

find sums?

find sums?

Objective: Recall sums for addition facts using the

make a ten strategy.

make a ten strategy.

Essential Question: What are some ways to remember sums?

Objective: Recall sums for basic facts using properties

and strategies.

and strategies.

Vocabulary: addends, count on, number sentence

Essential Question: How can you use doubles facts to find

sums for near doubles facts?

sums for near doubles facts?

Objective: Use doubles facts as a strategy for

finding sums for near doubles facts.

finding sums for near doubles facts.

Vocabulary: sums, doubles

Students will be taking Chapter 2 Test in class.

Essential Question: How do you compare 3-digit numbers?

Objective: Compare 3-digit numbers using the

>, =, and < symbols.

>, =, and < symbols.

Vocabulary: compare, = is equal to, > is greater

than, < is less than

than, < is less than

Essential Question: How can you use blocks or quick

pictures to show the value of a number

in different ways?

pictures to show the value of a number

in different ways?

Objective: Apply place value concepts to find

equivalent representations of numbers.

equivalent representations of numbers.

Vocabulary: hundreds, tens, ones

Essential Question: What are three ways to write a 3-digit

number?

number?

Objective: Write 3-digit numbers in expanded form

and in standard form.

and in standard form.

Vocabulary: hundreds, tens, ones

Essential Question: How do you write 3-digit numbers

using words?

using words?

Objective: Read and write 3-digit numbers in

word form.

word form.

Essential Question: How do you know the values of the digits

in numbers?

in numbers?

Objective: Use place value to describe the values of

digits in numbers to 1,000.

digits in numbers to 1,000.

Vocabulary: thousand, digit

Essential Question: How do you write 3-digit numbers using words?

Objective: Read and write 3-digit numbers in word form.

Vocabulary: thousand, digit

Essential Question: How do you write the 3-digit number that is shown by a set of blocks?

Objective: Apply place value concepts to write 3-digit numbers that are represented y pictorial models.

Essential Question: How do you show a 3-digit number using blocks?

Objective: Use concrete and pictorial models to represent 3-digit numbers.

Essential Question: How do you write a 3-digit number for a group of tens?

Objective: Write 3-digit numbers that are represented by groups of tens.

Vocabulary: hundred

Essential Question: How do you group tens as hundreds?

Objective: Understand that each group of 10 tens is equivalent to 1 hundred.

Vocabulary: hundred, tens

Complete chapter one test.

Your child can make the test up when they come back to school!

Please review the lessons 1.1-1.8 (but do not look at 1.7).

Complete activity pages 67-70.

Essential Question: How can you show the value of a number in different ways?

Objective: Be able to write the number in written, standard, expanded, and picture (rods and cubes).

Complete Activity pages 43-48.

Essential Question: How do you count by 1s, 5s, 10s, and 100s within 1,000?

Objective: Be able to count to 1,000 by 1s, 5s, 10s, and 100s.

Complete Activity Pages 61-66.

Essential Question: How do you count by 1s, 5s, and 10s with numbers less than 100?

Objective: Be able to count by 1s, 5s, and 10s within 100.

Complete Activity Pages 55-60.

Essential Question: What are different ways to write a 2-digit number?

Objective: Write 2-digit numbers in word form, expanded form, and standard form.

Essential Question: How do you describe a 2-digit number as tens and ones?

Objective: Write 2-digit numbers in expanded form.

Vocabulary: tens, ones

Essential Question: How do you know the value of a digit?

Objective: Use place value to describe the values of digits in 2-digit numbers.

Vocabulary: digits

Essential Question: Why can an even number be shown as the sum of two equal parts?

Objective: Write equations with equal addends to represent even numbers?

Vocabulary: addition sentence