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# TPACK Creating Assignment Template

Subject Mathematics

Content Knowledge

## Learning Objective 4.1 The student will

a) identify orally and in writing the place value for each
digit in a whole number expressed through millions;
b) compare two whole numbers expressed through
millions, using symbols (>, <, or =); and
c) round whole numbers expressed through millions to the
nearest thousand, ten thousand, and hundred thousand.
Activity This learning activity will help the students to better
understand the value of numbers through identifying the
place value of each of the digits, rounding, and comparing
the value of two numbers. The teacher will begin by showing
the students several numbers of different place values on
the SMART board.
(a. 1,234,567 b. 2,987,654 c. 5,123,567 d. 4,567,890) The
teacher will show the students how to identify the place
value of each digit by starting with the ones place and
working to the left in example a. The teacher will ask the
students to identify the place value of the number 5 and 7 in
examples b, c, and d as a group.

The teacher will then teach then use the same numbers to
teach the students about rounding to the nearest thousands,
ten thousands, and hundred thousands places. The teacher
will work through all three rounding problems using the
example a. to demonstrate how the student will use the digit
to the right of the place value that they are to round to in
order to determine whether to round up or keep the value
while replacing the remaining digits with zeros so that the
number will retain the original place value. The A different
student will come to the SMART board and round each of
the values for the three remaining examples.

## Using the following number examples, the teacher will then

teach the students about the concepts of “greater than” and
“less than”: 5_15, 10_7, 2_2, 125_150, 115_115, 26_18, 6_6,
and 123,456_123,456. The teacher will teach this concept by
telling the students that the alligator likes to eat the bigger
number and showing them an illustration of the “greater
than” and “less than” symbols drawn as alligators with open
mouths and teeth. The teacher will then teach the students
about numbers of equal value and the symbol of “equal to”.
The teacher will work the first three problems on the SMART
board and then a student will come up and work each of the
other examples on the SMART board.
Pedagogy

## Upon completion of the lesson, the students will use Quizlet

to create a note card for each of the concepts covered. The
students will need to make a total of five note cards.
Technology Quizlet

## Directions for Use 1. Open your Chrome web browser

2. Type https://quizlet.com in the URL
3. If you already have an account, click login in the upper
right corner and fill in the blanks of the sign up form. Use
4.Once step 3 is complete, click on Create in the blue banner
at the top.
5. The title of your note cards should be “Place value,
rounding, greater than, and less than.
6. Scroll down to view the numbers 1 through 5 with lines
that say Enter term.
7. Create you example problem on the Enter term line
8. Type the answer to your example problem to the right of
the problem on the line that says Enter definition
9. Select the term and definition language under each line as
English.
10. Once you have done this for a total of five problems, click
the teal Create rectangle at the bottom right.
11. Click the Share on Google Classroom and enter the
classroom code that the teacher has given you or copy the