# Math Assessment (1)

 Hundreds Chart Every verticle row increases by tenDiagonal increases by 11 Subitizing A way of instantly countingThere are two types: Perceptual and Conceptual Perceptual Subitizing Recognizing by appearance Conceptual Subitizing Understanding that different numbers make a sum Process Standards Problem SolvingReasoning and ProofRepresentationCommunicationConnections The three phases in the process of learning basic facts counting strategies, direct modeling/counting onreasoning strategies, propertiesmastery Decomposition method (subtraction) "borrowing method"regroupingtypical subtraction Equal Additions (subtraction) This methos is based upon the idea that adding the same amount to two different numbers will not change the difference between the numbers Austrian Method (subtraction) Also known as the additions method. The answer is found by directly relating the answer to addition. Place Value Grade K-1: expose to patternsGrade 2: group of tens/connected to place valueGrade 3-4: introduction to decimalsGrade 4-5: extended decimals Counting Counting by ones: one-to-one correspondenceCounting by groups/singlesCounting by tens/ones Number an idea of abstraction that represents quanity Numeral symbols representing numbers Minuend First number in a subtraction problem Subtrahend Second number in a subtraction problem Difference = subtraction Authorauuutumn ID201323 Card SetMath Assessment (1) DescriptionMath facts for the first assessment test Updated2013-02-18T03:28:23Z Show Answers