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Multiplication & Division Unit 2: Multiplication and Division Within 100: Beyond Foundation Facts

Key Concept: Using facts you know can help you find the product of facts you have not yet mastered.

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Lesson Sequences

M.2-1-1 Modeling the Distributive Property  |
View Lesson Opener Hands-On (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Make models to show how you can multiply in parts to match the value of a given model. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Agree/Disagree (5 min)
M.2-1-2 Using Groups of 1, 2 and 5 to Solve for Groups of 3 and 6  |
View Lesson Opener Talk-About (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Make 2-part models using facts you know to solve harder facts. Complete equations with parentheses and partial products. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Apply Your Knowledge (5 min)
M.2-1-3 Writing Equations with the Distributive Property: Groups of 3 and 6   |
View Lesson Opener Think-Pair-Share (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Make 2-part models and write equations using the distributive property. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Explain & Solve (5 min)
M.2-1-4 Multiplying by Groups of 3 and 6: Numbers Only  |
View Lesson Opener Think-Pair-Share (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Write and solve equations using the distributive property without models. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Agree/Disagree (5 min)
Real World Investigation Part 1    
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Key Concept: Division can be used to find how many equal-sized groups are contained in a starting amount.

Lesson Sequences

M.2-2-1 Modeling with Divisors of 3, 6, and 9: Find the Number of Groups  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Talk-About (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Make models and count the number of groups of 3, 6 and 9 in a starting amount, then complete a "groups of" sentence. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Apply Your Knowledge (5 min)
M.2-2-2 Dividing with Divisors of 3, 6, and 9: Writing Equations  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Hands-On (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Write a “groups of__ are in__” sentence and use models to find the quotient of a word problem involving for the divisors 3, 6 and 9. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Agree/Disagree (5 min)
M.2-2-3 Modeling Inverse Relationships with Factors of 3, 6, and 9  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Think-Pair-Share (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Use division models and equations to solve multiplication problems with unknowns, and use multiplication models and equations to solve division problems with unknowns to see the inverse relationship. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Agree/Disagree (5 min)
M.2-2-4 Dividing with Divisors of 3, 6, and 9: Numbers Only  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Think-Pair-Share (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Write equations and solve word problems for divisors of 3, 6, or 9 without models. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Apply Your Knowledge (5 min)
Real World Investigation Part 2    
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Key Concept: Using facts you know can help you find the product of facts you have not yet mastered.

Lesson Sequences

M.2-3-1 Modeling the Distributive Property: Groups of 7, 8 and 9  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Talk-About (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Make models to show how you can multiply in parts to match the value of a given model using the 5 + n strategy. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Agree/Disagree (5 min)
M.2-3-2 Using Smaller Group Sizes to Solve for Groups of 7, 8 and 9      |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Hands-On (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Make models and complete equations that contain parenthesis and partial products using the 5 + n strategy. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Apply Your Knowledge (5 min)
M.2-3-3 Writing Equations with the Distributive Property: Groups of 7, 8 and 9  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Think-Pair-Share (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Make models and write equations including products using the distributive property. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Explain & Solve (5 min)
M.2-3-4 Multiplying by 7, 8 and 9: Numbers Only  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Think-Pair-Share (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Write and solve equations using the distributive property without models. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Agree/Disagree (5 min)
Real World Investigation Part 3    
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Key Concept: Division can be used to find how many equal-sized groups are contained in a starting amount.

Lesson Sequences

M.2-4-1 Modeling with Divisors of 6, 7, 8, and 9: Find the Number of Groups  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Talk-About (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Make models and count the number of groups of 6, 7, 8, and 9 in a starting amount, then complete a "groups of" sentence. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Apply Your Knowledge (5 min)
M.2-4-2 Dividing with Divisors of 6, 7, 8, and 9: Writing Equations  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Hands-On (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Write a “groups of__ are in__” sentence and use models to find the quotient of a word problem involving for the divisors 6, 7, 8, and 9. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Agree/Disagree (5 min)
M.2-4-3 Modeling Inverse Relationships with Factors of 6, 7, 8 and 9  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Think-Pair-Share (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Use division models and equations to solve multiplication problems with unknowns, and use multiplcations models and equations to solve division problems with unknowns to see the inverse relationship. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Agree/Disagree (5 min)
M.2-4-4 Dividing with Divisors of 6, 7, 8, and 9: Numbers Only  |
Lesson Plan
View Lesson Opener Think-Pair-Share (10 min)
View Guided Lesson Write equations and solve word problems for divisors of 6, 7, 8, or 9 without models. (12-18 min)
View Lesson Closer Agree/Disagree (5 min)