## Task Teacher Guide

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### In This Purposeful Practice…

Students will continue composing ten with a visual number talk and purposeful games/ small group activities.

### Intentionality…

In this task, students will explore the combinations of ten from Day 1. A number talk using the ten frame as a tool to provide a visual for students and games to reinforce the multiple combinations that make ten.

Big ideas of the unit:

- Understanding hierarchical inclusion allows for flexible composing and decomposing of numbers
- Numbers can be decomposed by separating a whole into two or more parts
- Addition names the whole in terms of the parts: when the parts of a set are known we call it addition
- Different addition situations will elicit different strategies
- Number relationships provide the foundation for strategies to help students remember basic facts
- Commutative and Associative property of addition can be used to help learn facts
- Models can be used to connect concrete to abstract.

## Math Talk

### String of Related Problems

The visual number talks are displayed using a ten frame. Each video will present the ten frames for a short period of time. This will encourage students to subitize the amounts rather than counting one by one. If needed, provide students with a ten frame and counters on their desk so they can duplicate the image presented. Provide students time to turn and talk to a neighbour to confirm their guesses before discussing with the class. Encourage students to explain how they saw the dots.

If needed, start the video again to provide an opportunity for students to confirm their thinking.

The ten frame is a good visual model to familiarise students with the value of a number. When working with the ten frame, the students can see the amount of dots that number represents. This will assist with their number sense.

Each ten frame will be shown for 2 seconds. Ask the students:

**How many dots?**

**How do you know?**

Pause the video to allow for think time and class discussion.

Resume the video with the following prompt:

**How many more to make 10?**

**How do you know?**

### Visual Math Talk Prompt #1

Begin playing the following visual number talk prompt video and be ready to pause the video to allow for think time.

Ask students to turn and talk to a neighbour to confirm the amount that they saw. Students can share answers with the class explaining how they saw the dots on the ten frame.

It is important to confirm that when the ten frame is “full”, it is ten.

Ask students:

**When the ten frame is full, do we have to count the amount?**

**How do we know the amount without counting?**

Even if students say it, be sure to reiterate:

**We know when the ten frame is full, it will always be ten.**

This is encouraging students to trust the count and feel comfortable with the ten frame image.

### Visual Math Talk Prompt #2

Begin playing the following visual number talk prompt video and be ready to pause the video to allow for think time.

Ask students to turn and talk to a neighbour to confirm the amount that they saw. Students can share answers with the class explaining how they saw the dots on the ten frame.

Some students may recognize that half of the ten frame is filled so it must be 5. They may use their understanding of the doubles fact 5 + 5 makes 10.

Again, students may use that doubles fact of 5 to explain their answer. They may also be able to visualize the ten frame in their head to know that there were 5 missing on the right side. Some students may also use their fingers to determine the amount needed to make 10.

### Visual Math Talk Prompt #3

Begin playing the following visual number talk prompt video and be ready to pause the video to allow for think time.

Ask students to turn and talk to a neighbour to confirm the amount that they saw. Students can share answers with the class explaining how they saw the dots on the ten frame.

Using the information from the last prompt, students may recognize 7 as being 2 more than 5.

Ask students:

**If we knew that this was 5 from the last question, do we have to recount it? Why not?**

**How can we count on from 5 to find our answer?**

Students may be able to visualise the remaining spaces that did not have dots in them.

Some students may use their fingers to make 7 then count or subitize the remaining amount to make 10.

Encourage students to share their thinking with the class to demonstrate ways to find a missing amount when one value is known.

### Visual Math Talk Prompt #4

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### Visual Math Talk Prompt #5

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## Purposeful Practice

### While Students Are Practicing…

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### Purposeful Practice Game: Spin a Ten

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### Small Group Activity / One-On-One Activity

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## Lesson Tip Sheet

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## Videos & Images

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## Explore The Entire Unit of Study

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### Visual Number Talk Prompt #1

### Visual Number Talk Prompt #2

### Visual Number Talk Prompt #3

### Visual Number Talk Prompt #4

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### Visual Number Talk Prompt #5

### Purposeful Practice Stations and Small Group Instruction

## Task Teacher Guide

Be sure to read the teacher guide prior to running the task. When you’re ready to run the task, use the tabs at the top of the page to navigate through the lesson.

## In This Purposeful Practice…

Students will continue composing ten with a visual number talk and purposeful games/ small group activities.

## Intentionality

In this task, students will explore the combinations of ten from Day 1. A number talk using the ten frame as a tool to provide a visual for students and games to reinforce the multiple combinations that make ten.

Big ideas of the unit:

- Understanding hierarchical inclusion allows for flexible composing and decomposing of numbers
- Numbers can be decomposed by separating a whole into two or more parts
- Addition names the whole in terms of the parts: when the parts of a set are known we call it addition
- Different addition situations will elicit different strategies
- Number relationships provide the foundation for strategies to help students remember basic facts
- Commutative and Associative property of addition can be used to help learn facts
- Models can be used to connect concrete to abstract.

## Math Talk

## String of Related Problems

The visual number talks are displayed using a ten frame. Each video will present the ten frames for a short period of time. This will encourage students to subitize the amounts rather than counting one by one. If needed, provide students with a ten frame and counters on their desk so they can duplicate the image presented. Provide students time to turn and talk to a neighbour to confirm their guesses before discussing with the class. Encourage students to explain how they saw the dots.

If needed, start the video again to provide an opportunity for students to confirm their thinking.

The ten frame is a good visual model to familiarise students with the value of a number. When working with the ten frame, the students can see the amount of dots that number represents. This will assist with their number sense.

Each ten frame will be shown for 2 seconds. Ask the students:

**How many dots?**

**How do you know?**

Pause the video to allow for think time and class discussion.

Resume the video with the following prompt:

**How many more to make 10?**

**How do you know?**

## Visual Math Talk Prompt #1

Ask students to turn and talk to a neighbour to confirm the amount that they saw. Students can share answers with the class explaining how they saw the dots on the ten frame.

It is important to confirm that when the ten frame is “full”, it is ten.

Ask students:

**When the ten frame is full, do we have to count the amount?**

**How do we know the amount without counting?**

Even if students say it, be sure to reiterate:

**We know when the ten frame is full, it will always be ten.**

This is encouraging students to trust the count and feel comfortable with the ten frame image.

## Visual Math Talk Prompt #2

Ask students to turn and talk to a neighbour to confirm the amount that they saw. Students can share answers with the class explaining how they saw the dots on the ten frame.

Some students may recognize that half of the ten frame is filled so it must be 5. They may use their understanding of the doubles fact 5 + 5 makes 10.

Again, students may use that doubles fact of 5 to explain their answer. They may also be able to visualize the ten frame in their head to know that there were 5 missing on the right side. Some students may also use their fingers to determine the amount needed to make 10.

## Visual Math Talk Prompt #3

Using the information from the last prompt, students may recognize 7 as being 2 more than 5.

Ask students:

**If we knew that this was 5 from the last question, do we have to recount it? Why not?**

**How can we count on from 5 to find our answer?**

Students may be able to visualise the remaining spaces that did not have dots in them.

Some students may use their fingers to make 7 then count or subitize the remaining amount to make 10.

Encourage students to share their thinking with the class to demonstrate ways to find a missing amount when one value is known.

## Visual Math Talk Prompt #4

## Visual Math Talk Prompt #5

## Purposeful Practice

## While Students Are Practicing

## Purposeful Practice Game: Spin a Ten

## Small Group Activity / One-On-One Activity

## Resources and Downloads

## Lesson Tip Sheet

Download the lesson plan in PDF format so you can keep it handy and share with colleagues.

## Videos & Images

Download the videos, images, and related media files to your computer to avoid streaming.

## Keynote Slides

Download in Apple Keynote format to avoid streaming video and run the lesson smoothly.

## PowerPoint Slides

Download in Microsoft PowerPoint format to avoid streaming video and run the lesson smoothly.

## Printable Handout

Download/Edit the handout so you can keep it handy and share with colleagues.

## Explore The Entire Unit of Study

This Make Math Moments Task was designed to spark curiosity for a multi-day unit of study with built in purposeful practice, and extensions to elicit and emerge mathematical models and strategies.

Click the links at the top of this task to head to the other related lessons created for this unit of study.