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Skill- Fractions and Decimals
Intervention Dingo!
Source or adapted from - Intervention Tool Kit for Math 3-5 by Lauren Reynolds
Materials:
Blank Bingo card
Instructions for administration:
1. Prepare a list of decimals for the student. Be sure to include a 0 in the ones place (0.75, 0.5, 0.2) to draw attention to the fact these are decimal numbers. Give each student the list of decimals to choose from and a Bingo game card.
2. Each student randomly fills in all the boxes on his card with decimals from the list, repeating some if necessary. To begin the game, call out a fraction equal to one of the decimals on the list. If the student has that decimal on her game card, she marks X on the appropriate box. (If she has written that decimal in more than one block, she must choose which one to mark.)
3. You confirm what a correct answer would be and then call out another fraction. Play continues until a student fills a row horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. That student calls out: Dingo!
Suggested Progress Monitoring Tool:
Go to HYPERLINK "https://grade4commoncoremath.wikispaces.hcpss.org/Assessing+4.NF.6" https://grade4commoncoremath.wikispaces.hcpss.org/Assessing+4.NF.6
to see several suitable tasks for progress monitoring. Please use the rubric below to report the students progress.
Or teachers may use the tasks below to progress monitor:
Can you write 3/10 as a decimal? Draw a model to prove your thinking. (Note: Teacher should change the numbers for each progress monitoring cycle, use any proper fraction with a denominator of 10, such as 1/10 or 8/10)
Teacher Observation Notes: Date: __________
Rubric Score (circle one): 1 2 3
Write 45/100 as a decimal. (Note: Teacher should change the numbers for each progress monitoring cycle, use any proper fraction with a denominator of 100, such as 11/100 or 84/100)
Teacher Observation Notes: Date: __________
Rubric Score (circle one): 1 2 3
Not yet: Student shows evidence of misunderstanding, in either an incorrect concept or ineffective procedure.
Got It: Student essentially understands the target concept.
1 Unsatisfactory:
Little Accomplishment
The task is attempted and some mathematical effort is made. There may be fragments of accomplishment but little or no success. Further teaching is required.
2 Marginal:
Partial Accomplishment
Part of the task is accomplished, but there is lack of evidence of understanding and/or the learning may not be transferring outside of the intervention time back to Tier 1 time. Further teaching is required.
3 Proficient:
Full Accomplishment
Strategy and execution meet the content, process, and qualitative demands of the task or concept. Student can communicate ideas. May have minor errors that do not impact the mathematics. It is clear that the student is transferring this concept to Tier 1 and in the regular classroom setting. There is evidence to support this.
Skill- Fractions and Decimals
Intervention Fractions to Decimals
Source or adapted from - Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics Grades 3-5, by John A. Van de Walle
Materials:
Base-ten printouts (see HYPERLINK "http://www.ablongman.com/vandewalleseries/Vol_1_BLM_PDFs/BLM13-14.pdf" http://www.ablongman.com/vandewalleseries/Vol_1_BLM_PDFs/BLM13-14.pdf and print BLM 15)
Instructions for administration:
1. For this activity, have students use paper place value strips and squares (see above) agreeing that the large square represents one, Have students cover a fractional amount of the square using their strips and tinies (call the pieces tenths and hundredths).
2. For example, have them cover 2 35/100 of the square. Whole numbers will require additional squares. The task is to decide how to write and say this fraction as decimal and demonstrate the connection using their physical models.
Suggested Progress Monitoring Tool:
Go to HYPERLINK "https://grade4commoncoremath.wikispaces.hcpss.org/Assessing+4.NF.6" https://grade4commoncoremath.wikispaces.hcpss.org/Assessing+4.NF.6
to see several suitable tasks for progress monitoring. Please use the rubric below to report the students progress.
Or teachers may use the tasks below to progress monitor:
Can you write 3/10 as a decimal? Draw a model to prove your thinking. (Note: Teacher should change the numbers for each progress monitoring cycle, use any proper fraction with a denominator of 10, such as 1/10 or 8/10)
Teacher Observation Notes: Date: __________
Rubric Score (circle one): 1 2 3
Write 45/100 as a decimal. (Note: Teacher should change the numbers for each progress monitoring cycle, use any proper fraction with a denominator of 100, such as 11/100 or 84/100)
Teacher Observation Notes: Date: __________
Rubric Score (circle one): 1 2 3
Not yet: Student shows evidence of misunderstanding, in either an incorrect concept or ineffective procedure.
Got It: Student essentially understands the target concept.
1 Unsatisfactory:
Little Accomplishment
The task is attempted and some mathematical effort is made. There may be fragments of accomplishment but little or no success. Further teaching is required.
2 Marginal:
Partial Accomplishment
Part of the task is accomplished, but there is lack of evidence of understanding and/or the learning may not be transferring outside of the intervention time back to Tier 1 time. Further teaching is required.
3 Proficient:
Full Accomplishment
Strategy and execution meet the content, process, and qualitative demands of the task or concept. Student can communicate ideas. May have minor errors that do not impact the mathematics. It is clear that the student is transferring this concept to Tier 1 and in the regular classroom setting. There is evidence to support this.
Skill- Decimal Number Sense
Intervention Calculator Decimal Counting
Source or adapted from - Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics Grades 3-5, by John A. Van de Walle
Materials:
Base-ten printouts (see HYPERLINK "http://www.ablongman.com/vandewalleseries/Vol_1_BLM_PDFs/BLM13-14.pdf" http://www.ablongman.com/vandewalleseries/Vol_1_BLM_PDFs/BLM13-14.pdf and print BLM 15)
calculator
Instructions for administration:
1. Recall how to make the calculator count by pressing + 1 = =
2. Now have students press + 0.1 = =
3. When the display shows 0.9, stop and discuss what this means and what the display will look like with the next press. Many students will predict 0.10 (thinking that 10 comes after 9). This prediction is even more interesting if, with each press, the students have been accumulating base-ten strips as models for tenths. One more press would mean one more strip, or 10 strips. Why should the calculator not show a 0.10?
4. When the tenth press produces a display of 1 (calculators never display trailing zeroes to the right of the decimal), the discussion should revolve around trading 10 strips for a square. Continue to count to 4 or 5 by tenths. How many presses to get from one whole number to the next?
5. Try counting by 0.01 or by 0.001. These counts dramatically illustrate how small one-hundredth and one-thousandth really are. It requires 10 counts by 0.0001 to get to 0.001 and 1000 counts to reach 1.
Suggested Progress Monitoring Tool:
Go to HYPERLINK "https://grade4commoncoremath.wikispaces.hcpss.org/Assessing+4.NF.6" https://grade4commoncoremath.wikispaces.hcpss.org/Assessing+4.NF.6
to see several suitable tasks for progress monitoring. Please use the rubric below to report the students progress.
Progress Monitoring Date:_________________
Teacher Observation Notes:
Rubric Score (circle one): 1 2 3
Not yet: Student shows evidence of misunderstanding, in either an incorrect concept or ineffective procedure.
Got It: Student essentially understands the target concept.
1 Unsatisfactory:
Little Accomplishment
The task is attempted and some mathematical effort is made. There may be fragments of accomplishment but little or no success. Further teaching is required.
2 Marginal:
Partial Accomplishment
Part of the task is accomplished, but there is lack of evidence of understanding and/or the learning may not be transferring outside of the intervention time back to Tier 1 time. Further teaching is required.
3 Proficient:
Full Accomplishment
Strategy and execution meet the content, process, and qualitative demands of the task or concept. Student can communicate ideas. May have minor errors that do not impact the mathematics. It is clear that the student is transferring this concept to Tier 1 and in the regular classroom setting. There is evidence to support this.
Skill- Ordering Decimals
Intervention Line EM Up
Source or adapted from Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics Grades 3-5, by John A. Van de Walle
Materials: 4 strips of poster board 6 x 28 taped end to end. Place on chalk tray. Write on board above. Endpoints may be any interval (1. 1/10, 1/100)
Instructions for administration:
Prepare a list of 4 or 5 decimal numbers that students might have difficulty putting in order. They should be between the same two consecutive whole numbers. Have students first predict the order of the numbers from least to most. Next, have them place each number on a number line with 100 subdivisions. Alternative: Have students shade in the fractional part of each number on a separate 10 x 10 grid using estimates for the thousandths
Suggested Progress Monitoring Tool: Use the link provided for decimal cards that could be used each week. Give the students the set of cards, since there are 12 cards, you will let the student order them.
HYPERLINK "http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/place-value/ordering-cards-set-i_TWFDD.pdf" http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/place-value/ordering-cards-set-i_TWFDD.pdf
Please use the rubric below to report the students progress with this task:
Progress Monitoring Date:______________
Teacher Observation Notes:
Rubric Score (circle one): 1 2 3
Not yet: Student shows evidence of misunderstanding, in either an incorrect concept or ineffective procedure.
Got It: Student essentially understands the target concept.
1 Unsatisfactory:
Little Accomplishment
The task is attempted and some mathematical effort is made. There may be fragments of accomplishment but little or no success. Further teaching is required.
2 Marginal:
Partial Accomplishment
Part of the task is accomplished, but there is lack of evidence of understanding and/or the learning may not be transferring outside of the intervention time back to Tier 1 time. Further teaching is required.
3 Proficient:
Full Accomplishment
Strategy and execution meet the content, process, and qualitative demands of the task or concept. Student can communicate ideas. May have minor errors that do not impact the mathematics. It is clear that the student is transferring this concept to Tier 1 and in the regular classroom setting. There is evidence to support this.
Skill- Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Intervention Exact Sums and Differences
Source or adapted from - Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics Grades 3-5, by John A. Van de Walle
Materials: The teacher will need to be prepared to give students various addition/ subtraction equations involving decimals with different place values. These could be written, or the teacher could put them on index cards and the student could draw cards.
Instructions for administration: Once the student has an equation to work with, they will make an estimate and explain how the estimate was made. Then they will compute to get an exact answer, and explain how that was done. Let students share their strategies for computation, and test them on a new computation that you provide. This could be repeated for subtraction.
Suggested Progress Monitoring Tool: Use the worksheet generator at HYPERLINK "http://www.aplusmath.com:8080/DecimalWorksheetGenerator.html" http://www.aplusmath.com:8080/DecimalWorksheetGenerator.html to create a group of 5-10 problems (do not mix the operations). Begin with addition. If the student has mastered addition, then you can move to subtraction. Remember that decimals should only include two place values, tenths and hundredths.
Progress monitor weekly. Do not time. Use rubric below to report the students progress.
Progress Monitoring Date: ______________
Teacher Observation Notes:
Rubric Score (circle one): 1 2 3
Not yet: Student shows evidence of misunderstanding, in either an incorrect concept or ineffective procedure.
Got It: Student essentially understands the target concept.
1 Unsatisfactory:
Little Accomplishment
The task is attempted and some mathematical effort is made. There may be fragments of accomplishment but little or no success. Further teaching is required.
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Full Accomplishment
Strategy and execution meet the content, process, and qualitative demands of the task or concept. Student can communicate ideas. May have minor errors that do not impact the mathematics. It is clear that the student is transferring this concept to Tier 1 and in the regular classroom setting. There is evidence to support this.
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