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  1. Oct 2019
    1. n Grade 2, students extend their under-standing of the base-ten system by viewing 10 tens as forming a newunit called a “hundred.”2.NBT.1a

      Importnat for those of use wanting to teach 2nd grade

    2. , teachers help children lay the foundation for un-derstanding the base-ten system by drawing special attention to10.

      In our task from this week, grouping in 10s was very important and helpful for both our work and the students work.

    3. Standard algorithms•for base-ten computations with•The Standards do not specify a particular standard algorithm foreach operation. This progression gives examples of algorithmsthat could serve as the standard algorithm and discusses theiradvantages and disadvantages.the four operations rely on decomposing numbers written in base-ten notation into base-ten units.

      This will be vital for task 4

    4. K.OA.1Represent addition and subtraction with objects,fingers, mental images, drawings,2sounds (e.g., claps), act-ing out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.

      I think students will primary use equation involving subtraction and addition

    5. Over time, students build their understanding of the propertiesof operations: commutativity and associativity of addition and multi-plication, and distributivity of multiplication over addition.

      Students will most likely connect every math equation to there basic knowledge on addition and subtraction

    6. K.CC.4b

      the number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.

    7. conceptual subitizing

      recognizing that a collection of objects is composed of two sub collections and quickly combining their cardinalities to find the cardinality of the collection.

    8. perceptual subitizing.

      students come to realize the cardinalities of small groups without having to count the objects.

  2. Sep 2019
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    1. s an early childhood teacher you will need lo communicate lo parents, col-leagues, and administrators the specific aspects of your classroom curriculum and environment that will enhance children's language development. When this is done, parents, colleagues, and administrators will have u better appreciation of tho ways in which children's educational and developmental needs are being met in your early childhood classroom.

      I think this is very important to know as a future teacher. I think teachers and parents have to both help eachother in teaching.

  4. Aug 2019
    1. Reading development involves a range of complex language-underpinnings including awareness of speech sounds (phonology), spelling patterns (orthography), word meaning (semantics), grammar (syntax) and patterns of word formation (morphology), all of which provide a necessary platform for reading fluency and comprehension.

      When thinking of literacy many people are just thinking of reading and being able to understand language. But there is so much more to being literate in a language.