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Tutor Instructions

Ways to extend a lesson:

1. Have students write out their answers to discussion questions first (allow 2-3

minutes).

2. Have students share out their responses, each student taking a turn.

3. Share your own experiences as it relates to the lesson content or career information.

4. Build relationships in between lesson parts. Talk about favorite books, music, shows,

video games, movies.

5. Look up new or confusing words together online. Have students use these words in

sentences they write.

6. Have students explain the vocabulary words or key concepts in their own words.

Again, have them write it out first and then share.

7. Use the tab feature and share an appropriate YouTube video on the highlighted

career or lesson.

8. If you’re not familiar with Spanish, use Google translate to connect with your

language learners. They’ll love to hear you try to speak Spanish.

9. Take brain breaks and play a short game (approx. 5 minutes) related to the subject

matter.

10. Engage your students in conversation about their school, their lives, their jobs, their

family, their friends. Some students need just some direct questions about things

they enjoy to get them talking.

Ways to extend a lesson:

1. Have students write out their answers to discussion questions first (allow 2-3

minutes).

2. Have students share out their responses, each student taking a turn.

3. Share your own experiences as it relates to the lesson content or career information.

4. Build relationships in between lesson parts. Talk about favorite books, music, shows,

video games, movies.

5. Look up new or confusing words together online. Have students use these words in

sentences they write.

6. Have students explain the vocabulary words or key concepts in their own words.

Again, have them write it out first and then share.

7. Use the tab feature and share an appropriate YouTube video on the highlighted

career or lesson.

8. If you’re not familiar with Spanish, use Google translate to connect with your

language learners. They’ll love to hear you try to speak Spanish.

9. Take brain breaks and play a short game (approx. 5 minutes) related to the subject

matter.

10. Engage your students in conversation about their school, their lives, their jobs, their

family, their friends. Some students need just some direct questions about things

they enjoy to get them talking.

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Tutor Instructions

Times on slides are approximations. You might

need to spend less or more time, depending on

your students and session times.

If you have a shorter session (25-40 minutes),

you can alter the lesson to fit your time needs

with your students. Suggestions include:

1. Go through one “I Do” practice question

instead of two.

2. Go through one “We Do” practice question

instead of all three.

3. Keep discussion questions to 1-2 minutes.

Times on slides are approximations. You might

need to spend less or more time, depending on

your students and session times.

If you have a shorter session (25-40 minutes),

you can alter the lesson to fit your time needs

with your students. Suggestions include:

1. Go through one “I Do” practice question

instead of two.

2. Go through one “We Do” practice question

instead of all three.

3. Keep discussion questions to 1-2 minutes.

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3.OA.A.1

Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5

× 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7

objects each

1 min

Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5

× 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7

objects each

1 min

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Set Your Goals High!

1 min

1 min

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Career Focus: Web Developer

• Web developers are

programmers who

specialize in the

development of world wide

web applications.

• A web developer’s job is to

create websites and make

sure they are visually

appealing and easy to

navigate.

• The average salary is

$65,000 per year.

2 mins

• Web developers are

programmers who

specialize in the

development of world wide

web applications.

• A web developer’s job is to

create websites and make

sure they are visually

appealing and easy to

navigate.

• The average salary is

$65,000 per year.

2 mins

7.
Let’s Represent

Multiplication

We can represent multiplication in a

TON of ways!

Let’s look at some of the ways we

will practice today:

•Arrays

•Equal Groups using Skip Counting

•Number lines

•Area Models

2 mins each

Multiplication

We can represent multiplication in a

TON of ways!

Let’s look at some of the ways we

will practice today:

•Arrays

•Equal Groups using Skip Counting

•Number lines

•Area Models

2 mins each

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Arrays

An array is an arrangement of objects showing

us rows and columns.

This represents grouped objects and helps us

Let’s take a look! →

This array shows groups of basketballs.

Let’s see how we can use this to represent

How many columns? 3 Hint: We can also represent this

How many items in each column? 4 as 4 rows of 3 balls!

Which multiplication sentence can we write Our multiplication sentence looks

from this array? different, but our answer is the

3 x 4 = 12 same! 4 x 3 = 12

2 mins each

An array is an arrangement of objects showing

us rows and columns.

This represents grouped objects and helps us

Let’s take a look! →

This array shows groups of basketballs.

Let’s see how we can use this to represent

How many columns? 3 Hint: We can also represent this

How many items in each column? 4 as 4 rows of 3 balls!

Which multiplication sentence can we write Our multiplication sentence looks

from this array? different, but our answer is the

3 x 4 = 12 same! 4 x 3 = 12

2 mins each

9.
Equal Groups & Skip

Counting

Skip counting is a skill we

can use to represent

How many pairs of slippers

are in this picture?

How many are in each pair?

Yes! Let’s count by twos to

find out how many slippers We see 4 groups with 2 in each

there are all together! group, so we could show 4 x 2 = 8

with these groups!

2 mins each

Counting

Skip counting is a skill we

can use to represent

How many pairs of slippers

are in this picture?

How many are in each pair?

Yes! Let’s count by twos to

find out how many slippers We see 4 groups with 2 in each

there are all together! group, so we could show 4 x 2 = 8

with these groups!

2 mins each

10.
Number Lines

Number lines can help us show

multiplication by counting the

number of jumps and counting the

amount inside each jump!

In this number line, we see two arrows which represent our 2 jumps!

Inside each jump, there are 3 spaces.

2 jumps of 3 spaces is 6 spaces in all!

2x3=6

2 mins each

Number lines can help us show

multiplication by counting the

number of jumps and counting the

amount inside each jump!

In this number line, we see two arrows which represent our 2 jumps!

Inside each jump, there are 3 spaces.

2 jumps of 3 spaces is 6 spaces in all!

2x3=6

2 mins each

11.
Area Models

Area models help us break

apart our multiplication to 2 groups of 10 1 group of 1

make problems easier.

We can see our ten’s place

and our one's place with an

area model. 20 x 4=80 1 x 4=4

What color is the tens

place? pink

80+4=84

What color is the ones?

Now what multiplication

sentence does this area

model represent? 4 x 21

2 mins each

Area models help us break

apart our multiplication to 2 groups of 10 1 group of 1

make problems easier.

We can see our ten’s place

and our one's place with an

area model. 20 x 4=80 1 x 4=4

What color is the tens

place? pink

80+4=84

What color is the ones?

Now what multiplication

sentence does this area

model represent? 4 x 21

2 mins each

12.
Let’s Practice!

1 min

1 min

13.
I do #1

3x4

5 mins

3x4

5 mins

14.
I do #2

5 mins

5 mins

15.
We do #1

5 mins

5 mins

16.
We do #1: Answer

7

1-2 mins

7

1-2 mins

17.
We do #2

5 mins

5 mins

18.
We do #2: Answer

1-2 mins

1-2 mins

19.
We do #3

5 mins

5 mins

20.
We do #3: Answer

1-2 mins

1-2 mins

21.
You do #1

5 mins

5 mins

22.
You do #1: Answer

10 3 30

1-2 mins

10 3 30

1-2 mins

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You do #2

5 mins

5 mins

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You do #2: Answer

3

1-2 mins

3

1-2 mins

25.
Career Quiz:

• What might be challenging

about being a web

developer?

• What would be interesting

about being in web

developing?

• How much money do

web developers make?

2 mins

• What might be challenging

about being a web

developer?

• What would be interesting

about being in web

developing?

• How much money do

web developers make?

2 mins

26.
Career Focus: Web Developer

• Web developers are

programmers who

specialize in the

development of world wide

web applications.

• A web developer’s job is to

create websites and make

sure they are visually

appealing and easy to

navigate.

• The average salary is

$65,000 per year.

2 mins

• Web developers are

programmers who

specialize in the

development of world wide

web applications.

• A web developer’s job is to

create websites and make

sure they are visually

appealing and easy to

navigate.

• The average salary is

$65,000 per year.

2 mins

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Lesson Review

We can represent multiplication in a

TON of ways!

Let’s look at some of the ways we

will practice today:

•Arrays

•Equal Groups using Skip Counting

•Number lines

•Area Models

2 mins each

We can represent multiplication in a

TON of ways!

Let’s look at some of the ways we

will practice today:

•Arrays

•Equal Groups using Skip Counting

•Number lines

•Area Models

2 mins each

28.
More Practice

5-10 mins

5-10 mins

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Asking questions

helps us process our

What’s one question

you have after

today’s lesson?

helps us process our

What’s one question

you have after

today’s lesson?