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Lesson objective: Apply understanding that we can create and compare a group to see if it is greater than, less than or equal to another group.
This lesson provides an opportunity for students to apply their knowledge and understanding of comparing to a common situation that happens in the classroom . Students are asked to compare a set of cheezy snacks to a specific amount that they are supposed to get. They use counters or other math tools to decide if their cheezy snacks are equal to Maya's (5).
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Students engage in Mathematical Practice 2 (Reason abstractly and quantitatively) as they apply their understanding of comparing to determine if a given set is equal to another set. They also apply Mathematical Practice 6 (Attend to Precision) as they use correct compare language greater than, less than and equal to. Students may rely on counting, matching and visually looking as strategies to support them as they compare the plates of cheezy snacks to Maya's.
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