Which subject | Mathematics |

What topic | calculations |

What length (min) | 15 |

What age group | Year or Grade 5 |

aimia_m_any_classsize | 20 |

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Include homework | |

Show correct answers | |

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Number of slides | 5 |

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Students will learn various calculation techniques and apply them to solve problems.

- Pencils
- Paper
- Whiteboard
- Markers

- Have some students present their completed homework from the previous class.
- Encourage the class to ask questions and clarify any misunderstandings.

- Greet the class and briefly introduce the topic of calculations.
- Ask the class what they know about calculations and write their answers on the board.
- Introduce the learning objectives for the lesson.

- Show the first slide with an image of addition and subtraction examples.
- Explain the difference between addition and subtraction and give examples.
- Ask the class to solve some addition and subtraction problems in groups.

- Show the second slide with an image of multiplication and division examples.
- Explain the difference between multiplication and division and give examples.
- Ask the class to solve some multiplication and division problems in groups.

- Show the third slide with an image of rounding and estimating examples.
- Explain why rounding and estimating are important in calculations.
- Ask the class to round and estimate some numbers in groups.

- Show the fourth slide with an image of a word problem.
- Explain how to approach a problem-solving question and give an example.
- Ask the class to solve a problem-solving question in groups.

- Assign a few problems from the textbook as homework to reinforce the concepts covered in class.

- Review the key points covered in the lesson.
- Answer any questions the class may have.
- Thank the class and dismiss them.

Image Description | Slide Text |
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Addition and Subtraction | Examples of addition and subtraction problems |

Multiplication and Division | Examples of multiplication and division problems |

Rounding and Estimating | Examples of rounding and estimating numbers |

Problem-Solving | An example word problem to solve |

Homework | Assigned problems from the textbook |

Question | Answer |
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What is the difference between addition and subtraction? | |

Give an example of a multiplication problem. | |

Why is rounding important in calculations? | |

Solve the following problem: 5 + 3 x 2 = | |

What is the first step in solving a word problem? |

- What is your favorite number and why?
- If you could only do one type of calculation for the rest of your life, what would it be?
- What is the most challenging math problem you have ever solved?
- How do you use math in your everyday life?
- Can you think of a creative way to use math to solve a problem you encounter regularly?

- 5 + 3 x 2 = 11
- The first step in solving a word problem is to read it carefully and understand what it is asking.