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Module 2 Presentation Recording- Examination of the purpose of Module 2 (35 min)

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Measurement Progression - Check out page 20 (Just page 20... Not 21 which I said in the recording that content will come into play in module 3). What don't you see there that you would expect to see in a "measurement unit?"

Student Samples of the Assessment- Here are some samples you could practice with, but I would encourage you to have this discussion around real student papers.

Sample Solutions- Measurement provides a context for students to practice computational strategies. Examine the student work and label the strategies.

·*Algorithm
with mixed units*

·*Algorithm
using smaller units*

·*Special
Strategy, one unit at a time*

·*Special
Strategy, number line*

·*Special
Strategy, counting up*

Student Samples of the Assessment- Here are some samples you could practice with, but I would encourage you to have this discussion around real student papers.

Sample Solutions- Measurement provides a context for students to practice computational strategies. Examine the student work and label the strategies.

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Number Bonds- Students will take their "part part whole" thinking to the next level when they strategically decompose a quantity to make adding and subtracting mixed units easier. This video from Eureka Math explains the basic thinking behind using the number bond as a strategy for solving measurement problems.

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