Place Value – Objectives

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Place Value – Objectives
Understand place value in 4‐digit numbers; Compare numbers up to 10,000. You may need: mini whiteboards & pens; large cards with < and > drawn/ printed on them (e.g. slides 7 & 8) © Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term Week 1 Day 2

4,523 5,423 Place Value – Direct Teaching Which is the larger number ?
Can you explain how you know? Elicit explanations that explicitly use place value, e.g. ‘There are more thousands’, rather than, ‘the first digit is larger’. Use the PV grid on Slide 3 to help, if necessary. © Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term Week 1 Day 2

Place Value – Direct Teaching
4,523 5,423 Use the PV chart to show that is larger because it has more thousands. © Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term Week 1 Day 2

4 2 5 3 Place Value – Student Activity
Write the biggest number you can make using these digits. Next, write the smallest number you can make using these digits. Discuss Place Value depending on student responses. Repeat with 4 further digits if necessary, e.g Tell a partner how you decided where to put each digit. © Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term Week 1 Day 2

6 7 1 9 Place Value – Student Activity
Create a 4-digit number using each of these cards once: 6 7 1 9 Who thinks they have the biggest possible number? Bring four chn to the front in any order and ask them to show the numbers on their boards to the class. Ask pairs to discuss which sign (< or >; Slide 7 & 8) we could place between them, then choose several pairs to say which sign they would place between specific numbers. And the smallest possible number? And two numbers in between? © Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term Week 1 Day 2

Place Value – Individual Practice
Be the teacher! Here’s a piece of Place Value homework…. Which inequalities are correctly completed? What is your total out of 10? Place Value Homework 3rd September 4502 > < 7531 3259 > > 5999 1209 < > 7531 1564 > < 7034 5584 > < 9431 Provide copies of this slide, or have students write inequalities on boards or in back of books. Watch out for students who are unsure what each digit represents in a four‐digit number. Support weaker students by allowing more time using place value charts or using place value cards to make numbers. © Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term Week 1 Day 2

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