# Module 6

Presentations

Sustaining TOWN in 2011 Sustaining TOWN powerpoint

TOWN planning matrix

Blooming subtraction

This learning object enables students to practise subtraction facts with numbers up to 20.

Blooming Subtraction

Butterfly wings

Butterfly wings

# Lesson plans

What is compensation?

To recognise that when the same amount is added to two numbers, the difference remains the same What is compensation?

Finding the difference

This lesson assists students to understand and use the strategies of building up and jumping back to find the difference between two two-digit numbers. Finding the difference

# Teaching activities

Make 24 Make 24

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# Presentations

### Continuous assessment

This presentation engages teachers in discussion about continuous assessment, monitoring student progress and providing feedback for learning.

### Lesson plans

How much taller?

This lesson will assist students to represent a subtraction problem using a tape diagram How much taller?

Tracks

To strengthen students' understanding of counting forwards and backwards by tens and ones, on and off the decade.
To introduce students to a conceptual understanding of the jump strategy. Tracks notebook PV Lesson Tracks PV Lesson Tracks BLM 1 PV Lesson Tracks BLM 2

### Teaching activities

Same Difference

This activity will assust students to understand that when the same amount is added to two numbers the difference remains the same.

### Between Modules activities Between Modules activities

# Presentations

Using tape diagrams to support student learning

This presentation introduces teachers to the use of tape diagrams as thinking tools. Tape diagrams

Word problems

This document provides examples of word problems suitable for use in lessons focusing on the five hurdles described in Newman’s error analysis.

# Lesson plans

Licorice machine

This lesson enables students to identify prime numbers and the factors of numbers up to 100. Licorice machine lesson plan Licorice machine BLM

Using Tape diagrams

# Teaching activities

Salute

This activity strengthens the students' understanding of the inverse relationship between multiplication and division and enhances the students’ fluency in recalling multiplication and division facts. Salute

Easy multiplications

To investigate strategies for mental computation with multiplication

Easy divisions

To investigate strategies for mental computation with division Easy divisions

# Between Modules activities Between Modules activities

# Multiplication & division learning plans M&D Learning plan template M&D Sample learning plan

# Lesson plans

Partially covered areas

This lesson assists students to determine the number of items in an array when the number of groups can be seen but the individual items in each group are not visible.

Structuring sevens

This lesson uses structured number strips to strengthen the students' understanding of the relationship between multiplication facts. Structuring sevens Structured number strips

# Teaching activities

M&D activities

These activities support the students' learning at each level of the Multiplication and division framework. Teachers need to select the appropriate activity according to student need, as determined by the framework. M&D activities

# Presentations

Lesson study

Lesson study is a professional learning model aimed at improving student learning through collaborative lesson development and refinement. Lesson study

# Between Modules activities Between Modules activities

# Presentations

This presentation will provide teachers with training to address within a lesson the needs of students who are at different levels of conceptual understanding. Planning for differences

# Lesson plans

Covered blocks

This lesson strengthens students' ability to count on from a given number to find the total of two groups. Covered blocks Covered blocks blm 1 Covered blocks blm 2

Step back

This lesson focuses on subtracting numbers one or two fewer than a multiple of ten. Step back

Resting on ten

This lesson assists students to understand and use the strategy of bridging to ten to solve two-digit additions. Resting on ten

Add to 100

This lesson develops a range of mental computation strategies, including bridging to ten, to solve addition and subtraction tasks. Add to 100

# Teaching activities

Drop 10

This activity strengthens the students’ knowledge of pairs of numbers that add to 10. Drop 10

Ten frame count on

This activity strengthens students' number knowlegde of combinations up to 20 and develops the bridging to ten strategy.