This comprehensive resource provides research-based techniques based on the early grade standards and and principles of mathematics as identified by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Though provoking questions about student learning guide the teacher to the appropriate intervention. There are step by step procedures for implementation of each technique, along with measures to monitor students' progress. Reproducible forms allow for easy management and data collection, making this a valuable resource for every classroom. This book specifically addresses the fundamentals of math including the number system, computation, problem solving and the all important language and vocabulary of math. The important topic of motivation is also included.Interventions: -2- Teach students word opposites (e.g. fonivard/backward, left/ right, up/ down, toward/away, near/far) that ... then little is left over to understand the concepts underlying the complex multi-digit number problems (Gersten aamp; Chard, D., 2001). ... -2- Use manipulatives (i.e., beads) to create a#39; = color patterns that represent counting (34) I by 2as, 3as, 5as, etc. ... 3 4 -2- Use timed practice sheets with answers + 1 9 to build fluency of basic computation 5 3 (addition, subtraction, anbsp;...
|Title||:||RTI and Math|
|Author||:||Karen A. Kemp, Mary Ann Eaton, Sharon Poole|
|Publisher||:||National Professional Resources Inc./Dude Publishing - 2008-01-01|