###### Hawaii

###### October 23, 2021, 6:00:00 PM

###### Saturday

###### Level 3

## Ms. Raejean

### Target 1

###### Lesson Type:

Continuation

Measurment

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Time

Write and tell time to the nearest five minutes using analog and digital clocks.

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Learn the meaning of time expressions such as half-past, quarter-past, and quarter-to.

###### 2:

Understand and use 24-hour notation (military time).

###### 3:

Link digital, analogy, a.m., p.m., and military time.

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###### Grade:

3rd

###### Vocabulary:

12-hour and 24-hour clocks, Quarter Past, Half Past, and Quarter To

Activities:

Students continued to practice telling time. Students wrote time using the 12-hour and 24-hour clocks. We also spent more time talking about the clock in fourths with ¼ or a quarter equaling 15 minutes. Students continued identifying time as a quarter past, half past, and quarter to.

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### Target 2

###### Lesson Type:

###### Continuation

###### Number Operation

###### Computation

###### Solve multi-step word problems within 100 (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division).

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###### Supporting targets:

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Identify the correct arithmetic processes based on the information presented in word problems.

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Find the key words in word problems that indicate the correct arithmetic process to use.

###### 3:

Find and use the needed information in a word problem in order to solve.

###### 4:

Write an equation from a word problem with a variable included in the equation. Then solve for the variable.

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###### Grade:

3rd

###### Vocabulary:

Multi-step Problem, Equation, Variable, Unknown

Activities:

Students continued to read and make sense of multi-step word problems. Students identified the important information, determined what operations needed to be used, and wrote an equation with a variable to represent the unknown number. Then, students solved for the unknown.

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### Target 3

###### Lesson Type:

###### New

###### Number Operation

###### Operational Relationships

###### Use properties of operations as strategies for solving arithmetic problems.

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###### Supporting targets:

###### 1:

Identify the Associative Property of Addition.

###### 2:

Understand that the associative property is about grouping factors in an addition equation without changing the sum.

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Understand that the associative property is about grouping factors in an addition equation without changing the sum.

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Although computation often is necessary to solve in the order given, with addition, addends can be computed in an order that produces more “friendly” numbers.

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###### Grade:

3rd

###### Vocabulary:

Properties of Addition, Commutative Property, Associative Property, & Identity Property, Addends

Activities:

We learned the properties of addition. Commutative property says that you can change the order of the addends, but the sum will remain the same. Associative property states that you can add the first two numbers, then add the sum to the third number, or you can add the last 2 addends, then add the sum to the first number. Identify property says that if you add zero to an addend, the sum is equal to the same addend. Next, students looked at several situations and sorted them by the property it showed. Then, students applied the properties of addition to solve different equations. We discussed how using the properties of addition helps us to compute using our number sense and making "friendly groupings" to compute easily.

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