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As the Bell Goes: Audio Reflections - Inverse operations


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Created on 07 January 2009 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 17 May 2010 by ncetm_administrator

As the bell goes: Audio reflections
 
 

Teacher - Claire Rushworth

Audio Reflection - Inverse operations

Description Claire discusses clear strategies for supporting children’s thinking regarding inverse operations (multiplication and division). She describes how the lesson took the format of teacher modelling and children practising skills. The identification of a GT child also raises the questions of whether GT children are always GT children?
Sector Primary

 
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Other Audio Reflections by Claire
 
 
 
Multiplication
 
Number sequences
 
 
Symmetry & Times Tables
 
 
 

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15 October 2017 21:39
children made progress - 3 strands or more progress in maths

division - children forgot. Variety of division systematic way repetivitve work - went well.

She would change = provide more challenging questions for the more able group.

go past the 12 x table to make more challenging.

1 child did not understand the question. sat him with another pupil who got help and was able to understand the work clearer.
By swringe
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15 October 2014 22:39
Thank you for this Claire. I am listening to it as part of my Open University Degree.
By IAGO
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