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Operations & Algebraic Thinking Unit 6: Word Problems

Key Concept: Addition and subtraction strategies can be used to solve word problems.

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Key Concept: Word problems can require multiple steps in order to solve.

Lesson Sequences

O.6-2-4 One-Step Word Problems  |
Lesson Plan
View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students solve join, separate, part-part-whole, and comparison word problems with unknowns in various positions. (35-45 min)
Key Concept: Word problems can contain information that is not necessary.

Lesson Sequences

O.6-3-1 Solve Word Problems with Money  |
Lesson Plan
View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students apply their understanding of the value of coins and bills in order to solve problems.  (35-45 min)
O.6-3-2 Two-Step Word Problems to 100: Part 1  |
Lesson Plan
View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students use multiple strategies to solve two-step problems involving quantities to 100.  (35-45 min)
O.6-3-3 Two-Step Word Problems to 100: Part 2  |
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View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students use multiple strategies to solve more challenging two-step problems involving quantities to 100. (35-45 min)
O.6-3-4 One- and Two-Step Word Problems: Part 1  |
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View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students identify whether a problem requires one or two steps in order to solve. (35-45 min)
O.6-3-5 One- and Two-Step Word Problems: Part 2  |
Lesson Plan
View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students solve one and two step word problems. (35-45 min)
O.6-3-6 One- and Two-Step Word Problems: Part 3  |
Lesson Plan
View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students create and solve one and two step word problems. (35-45 min)