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Computation of Integers: Math Intervention for Elementary and Middle Grades Students

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Overview

This practical new text will empower those educators responsible for math instruction to successfully teach students in grades six through eight, as well as other students, to master computation of integers. Integration of picture-led, step-by-step instruction with accompanying dialogue will aid educators to deliver the exact vocabulary and stepwise procedures necessary for success–that of their students learning the mathematical process to computing integers. Written for math educators including elementary, middle school, special education teachers, tutors and home school teachers, this accessible guide will improve instructors’ ability to teach integers, and the confidence in their students to master the subject matter.

Special pedagogical features include:

  • Student Work Pages for every lesson!
  • Scripted, step-by-step examples outline how to teach each stage using hands-on, pictorial and abstract approaches.
  • Concrete to Representational to Abstract sequence of instruction (CRA) in each section of the book and materials.
  • Instructional lessons with assessment matching inform both the student and the teacher what learning occurred and where to start in order to master the skill.
  • Cumulative reviews to help eachstudent successfully retain information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205567393
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 7/28/2009
  • Series: Math Intervention Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 820,597
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Paul J. Riccomini is an Associate Professor at Clemson University. A former high school math teacher and special education teacher, he provides numerous professional development workshops focused on improving mathematics education through the application of evidenced-based practices. Paul is the author of several research and practitioner articles describing instruction strategies to more effectively teach math.

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Table of Contents

Computation of Integers:

Math Intervention for Elementary and Middle Grades Students

Introduction

Why Integers?

Overview

Description of Manipulatives

Digit

Tens

Group

Divisor line

Equals sign

Positive or Plus Symbol

Negative or Minus Symbol

Multiplication Symbol

Organization of Materials

Who Can Use This intervention?

How to Use This Intervention

Pretest Assessment

Initial Advance Organizer Lesson

Instructional Lessons

Posttest Assessment

Answer Key

Lesson Format for Introducing Signed Numbers to Students Preparing for Algebra

General Introductory Lesson to Negative Numbers

Student Lesson # 1–Concrete: Adding and Subtracting with Signs Using 0 and 1

Teaching Lesson # 1–Concrete: Adding and Subtracting with Signs Using 0 and 1

Student Lesson # 2–Concrete: Adding and Subtracting with Signs Using 0 through 5

Teaching Lesson # 2–Concrete: Adding and Subtracting with Signs Using 0 through 5

Student Lesson # 3–Representational: Adding and Subtracting with Signs Using 0 through 5

Teaching Lesson # 3–Representational: Adding and Subtracting with Signs Using 0 through 5

Student Lesson # 4–Abstract: Adding and Subtracting with Signs Using 0 through 5

Teaching Lesson # 4–Abstract: Adding and Subtracting with Signs Using 0 through 5

Student Lesson # 5–Abstract: Adding and Subtracting Proficiently with Signs Using 0 through 5

Teaching Lesson # 5–Abstract: Adding and Subtracting with Signs Using 0 through 5

Student Lesson # 6–Concrete: Adding with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 5

Teaching Lesson # 6–Concrete: Adding with Mixed Signs Using 0 and 5

Student Lesson # 7–Representational: Adding with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 5

Teaching Lesson # 7–Representational: Adding with Mixed Signs Using 0 through

Student Lesson # 8–Abstract: Adding with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 5

Teaching Lesson # 8–Abstract: Adding with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 5

Student Lesson # 9–Abstract: Adding Proficiently with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 5

Teaching Lesson # 9–Abstract: Adding Proficiently with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 5

Student Lesson # 10–Abstract: Cumulative Review

Teaching Lesson # 10–Abstract: Cumulative Review

Student Lesson # 11–Concrete: Adding and Subtracting with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 9

Teaching Lesson # 11–Concrete: Adding and Subtracting with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 9

Student Lesson # 12–Representational: Adding and Subtracting with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 9

Teaching Lesson # 12–Representational: Adding and Subtracting with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 9

Student Lesson # 13–Abstract: Adding and Subtracting with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 9

Teaching Lesson # 13–Abstract: Adding and Subtracting with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 9

Student Lesson # 14–Abstract: Adding and Subtracting Proficiently with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 9

Teaching Lesson # 14–Abstract: Adding and Subtracting Proficiently with Mixed Signs Using 0 through 9

Student Lesson # 15–Abstract: Cumulative Review

Teaching Lesson # 15–Abstract: Cumulative Review

Student Lesson # 16–Concrete: Multiplying with Mixed Signs Using 1 through 9

Teaching Lesson # 16–Concrete: Multiplying with Mixed Signs Using 1 through 9

Student Lesson # 17–Representational: Multiplying with Mixed Signs Using 1 through 9

Teaching Lesson # 17–Representational: Multiplying with Mixed Signs Using 1 through 9

Student Lesson # 18–Abstract: Multiplying with Mixed Signs Using 1 through 9

Teaching Lesson # 18–Abstract: Multiplying with Mixed Signs Using 1 through 9

Student Lesson # 19–Abstract: Multiplying Proficiently with Mixed Signs Using 1 through 9

Teaching Lesson # 19–Abstract: Multiplying Proficiently with Mixed Signs Using 1through 9

Student Lesson # 20–Abstract: Cumulative Review

Teaching lesson # 20–Abstract: Cumulative Review

Student Lesson # 21–Concrete: Division with Mixed Signs

Teaching Lesson # 21–Concrete: Division with Mixed Signs

Student Lesson # 22–Representational: Dividing with Mixed Signs

Teaching Lesson # 22–Representational: Dividing with Mixed Signs

Student Lesson # 23–Abstract: Division with Mixed Signs

Teaching Lesson # 23–Abstract: Dividing with Mixed Signs

Student Lesson # 24–Abstract: Dividing Proficiently with Mixed Signs

Teaching Lesson # 24–Abstract: Dividing Proficiently with Mixed Signs

Student Lesson # 25–Abstract: Cumulative Review

Teaching Lesson # 25–Abstract: Cumulative Review

Answer Key

References

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