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Five Keys to teaching using MathLine GETTING STARTED WITH MATHLINE

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Five Keys to teaching using MathLine Will ensure your students succeed

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Five Keys to teaching using MathLine Makes teaching math more fun & easier

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Five Keys to teaching using MathLine Increases teachers’ CONFIDENCE teaching math!

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Key 1 Students learn on MathLine because of the one-to-one correspondence. Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine between the concrete object and the abstract number.

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Start with all the rings to the right Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 1

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With no rings the student sees zero… Now when we move one ring over… Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 1

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We see one ring and the symbol 1… Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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Move another ring See 2 on MathLine Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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Move another ring See 3 on MathLine Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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Move another ring See 4 on MathLine Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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Move another ring See 5 on MathLine Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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Move another ring See 6 on MathLine Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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Move another ring See 7 on MathLine Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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Move another ring See 8 on MathLine Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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Move another ring See 9 on MathLine Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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Move another ring See 10 on MathLine Key 1 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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If they don’t understand the 1-1 correspondence, MathLine will not help them. It is from this 1-to-1 relationship that teachers and students model over 50 K-5 math concepts. Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine

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As a teacher, if you see students going back counting rings when they get an answer – Some students may learn and then forget. Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine you may need to re-teach one-to-one correspondence.

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Blues indicate groups of 5 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 2 Reds indicate groups of 10

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 2

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 2 What to look for: Have students use red and blue rings to count more efficiently when appropriate

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Clear the MathLine when starting any activity! Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 3

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Start with rings to the right when beginning any exercise Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 3

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 3 This way they will always start any problem or activity from the “0.”

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 3 What to look for: Students should be clearing the rings to the right before starting a new activity.

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Grouping Method on MathLine Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4

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The grouping method is a simple strategy to be accurate while learning with MathLine Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4

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If a student were to add: Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 6 + 7 =

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They may count 6… Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 123456

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Then count 7… Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 1234567

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And see the answer Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4

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However, when students are manipulating on MathLine, the reality is… Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4

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some students accidentally: Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 Get distracted Lose count Or just count wrong

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1) Build the groups Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 2) Check the groups 3) Do the operation The Grouping Method:

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Example: Add 6 & 7 Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 Group of 6

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 Group of 7

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 2) Check 1234561234567

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 3) Do the operation

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This works for operations, Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4 Basic skills, Anytime students are counting groups on MathLine

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What to look for: If students are doing simple operations… Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4

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And they are getting wrong answers, show them the Grouping Method. Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 4

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If we start a group on one bar… Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 It continues on the next

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 For example: When counting by tens….

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Count 10

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Count 20

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Count 30

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Continue the group when they move to the next bar…

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 See the 2 nd half of the “30 Group of Ten” on the next bar

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Another example: 5 x 7

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Have students build 5 groups of 7 5 x 7

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 One group of 7

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Two groups of 7

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Three groups of 7

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Four groups of 7 1

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Four groups of 7 12

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Four groups of 7 123

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 Four groups of 7 1234

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 1234 5 If we start a group on one bar… It continues on the next

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 1234 56 It continues on the next

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 1234 567 It continues on the next

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 1234 567 Four groups of 7

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 1234 567 Five groups of 7

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 What to look out for:

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Five Keys to Teaching with MathLine Key 5 If students start a new group when they move to a new bar… And not continue the group from the previous bar.

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Recap: Key 1 Understanding one to one correspondence

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Recap: Key 2 Color indications

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Recap: Key 3 Start with a clear MathLine

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Recap: Key 4 The Grouping Method

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Recap: Key 5 If we start a group on one bar… It continues on the next

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