Take a look at the set of instructions and see if you can find some of the following features:
- Bullet points
- Statement, command, exclamation, question.
- Expanded noun phrases
- Adverbs of time
Recap the 10 times table by skip counting in tens.
Then go through slide 19 on the 2MD-1 PowerPoint focusing on writing repeated addition sentences and corresponding multiplication equations for the 10 times table. Use the questions on the slide as prompts.
Language focus example:
The 9 represents the number of groups.
The 10 represents the number of pencils in each group.
The 90 represents the total number of pencils.
Then, go through the example questions on the slides.
Solve given multiplication equations using your knowledge of the 10 times table (the equations are shown on the slides).
Can you draw images for each equation?