4.1) Number, operation, and quantitative reasoning. The student uses place value to represent whole numbers and decimals. (4.1.a) Number,operation, and quantitative reasoning. The student uses place value to represent whole numbers and decimals. The student is expected to use place value to read, write, compare, and order whole numbersthrough 999,999,999. Clarifying Activity with Assessment Connections Students use three different colors of paper to make place-value pocket charts, designating one color for each period. Using numbercards, students model numbers that are read aloud to them by placing their cards in the correct place of each period's pocket. For example, for 12,405 students place number cards in the followingpositions:
Students can continue the activity by working with partners, taking turns with one student reading a number and the other student displaying it.
Questioning . . .Open with . . .
What is the number in your place-value chart?
Probe further with . . .
Is this the number read aloud to you? How did you decide where to put the number cards onyour place-value chart to represent the number?
What digit is in the thousands place? Tens place? Millions place? Ten thousands place? What would happen if I swap the number cards in thethousands place and the tens place? How would the new number compare to the original? Why?
What is the greatest number you can create by moving the number cards on your place-value chart?
What is the lowest number you can create by moving the number cards on your placevalue chart?
How would your five-digit number compare to a seven-digit number? How would you write the numberusing words?
Listen for . . .
Does the student accurately read the numbers using the proper number naming patterns?
Does the student clearly describe the strategy used to create...