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1 Sense of Number Visual Calculations Policy Basic Bespoke Edition for April 2014 by Dave Godfrey & Anthony Reddy For sole use within. A picture is worth 1000 words! Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
2 Guide to using a Visual Calculations Policy The Sense of Number Visual Calculations Policy provides an visual representation of it s written and mental calculation policy. Typical uses: Classoom: The slides are printed out (e.g. A4) and the appropriate slides are displayed within each classroom for continual reference or on a working wall. Teacher Reference: The slides are printed out (e.g. 9 slides per A4 page) and inserted in the teacher s planning folder. Parents: The slides are used to communicate to parents the methods being taught and used within school. Website: Slides from the VCP are inserted on a schools maths webpages. (Please note: the VCP should not be made available for download) Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
3 KC1: Key Concepts! Addition Subtraction = = 6 What is 8 add 2? Answer: 10 What is 8 take away 2? Answer: 6 The difference between 8 and 2 is 6 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
4 KC2: Key Concepts! Multiplication Division 8 x 2 = = 4 8 multiplied by 2 means 8, 2 times or 2 lots of 8 8 divided by 2 means How many 2s are there in 8? Answer: 4 ( 8 shared into 2 sets is 4 ) Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
5 Calculation Vocabulary equivalent to equals is the same as balance Addition Multiplication Operations Subtraction Division Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
6 1 Can I do this in my head? Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
7 2 Do I need to use a drawing or a jotting? Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
8 3 Do I need an expanded or a standard method? Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
9 4 Do I need a calculator? Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
10 Addition Vocabulary increase add total more plus addition count on sum altogether Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
11 Addition Calculation = 6 (add) (equals) addend sum addend Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
12 A1: Objects & Pictures If I have 3 and then 5 more, how many altogether? Answer: 8 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
13 A2: Counting On = 8 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
14 A3: Forwards Jump = Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
15 A4: Partitioning = = = 7 67 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
16 A5: Partition Jot = Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
17 A6: Expanded Column H T U Addition Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
18 A7: Column Addition H T U Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
19 MA1: Partitioning = = 73 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
20 MA2: Counting On = Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
21 MA3: Number Bonds = = 140 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
22 MA4: Double & Adjust = = 91 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
23 MA5: Round & Adjust = = 64 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
24 Subtraction Vocabulary take away less minus subtract count back fewer difference between Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
25 Subtraction Calculation 62 = 4 (subtract) (equals) minuend difference subtrahend Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
26 S1: Objects 73 = 4 What do I get if I take 3 away from 7? Answer: 4 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
27 S2: What s the Difference? 75 = 2 How many more is 7 than 5? What is the difference? Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
28 S3: Counting Back = 68 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
29 S4: Counting On = 6 How many more is 12 than 9? What is the difference? Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
30 S5: Partitioning (40 and 3) = = = 32 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
31 S6: Expanded Subtraction = 367 H T U Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
32 S7: Column Subtraction H T U Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
33 Multiplication Vocabulary groups of product multiple times double lots of multiply repeated addition Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
34 Multiplication Calculation 4 x 2 = 8 (multiplied by) (equals) multiplicand product multiplier Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
35 M1: Repeated Addition (Groups) 5 x 3 = = 15 5 multiplied by 3 means 5, 3 times, which gives 3 lots of 5! Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
36 M2: Repeated Addition (Number Line) x 3 = = 21 5 times 3 means 5, 3 times! Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
37 M3: Arrays 3 x 5 = 15 or 5 x 3 = 15 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
38 M4: Multiplication Jump! 10x5 5x x 5 = x 5 = 50 5 x 5 = Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
39 M5: Grid Method 15 x 5 = 75 x Short Multiplication = 75 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
40 M6: Expanded Column H T U 1 47 x Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
41 M7: Column Multiplication H T U 1 47 x Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
42 M8: Long Multiplication Column Th H T U 43 x (5 x 43) (60 x 43) 2795 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
43 MM1: Jump! Th H T U x x Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
44 Division Vocabulary remainder halve group share divisor factor quotient equal groups of divide Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
45 Division Calculation 8 2 = 4 (divided by) (equals) dividend quotient divisor Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
46 D1: Sharing (Concept) If I share 6 into 2 equal amounts, how many in each group? Answer: 3 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
47 D2: Grouping (Concept) How many groups of 2 can I make out of 6? Answer: 3 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
48 D3: Division as Sharing 12 2 = 6 If I share 12 into 2 equal amounts, how many in each group? Answer: 6 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
49 D4: Division as Grouping 12 2 = 6 How many groups of 2 can I fit in 12? Answer: 6 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
50 D5: Grouping on a Number Line = 4 How many 5s in 20? Answer: 4 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
51 D7: Chunking Jump 4 x 10 4 x = 18 How many 4s in 72? Answer: 18 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
52 D8: Short Division = Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
53 D9: Long Division 26 r = 26r21 Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
54 Sense of Number Visual Calculations Policy Full Training Edition 2014 by Dave Godfrey, Anthony Reddy and Laurence Hicks The following pages contain a snapshot of the 235 slide, Sense of Number Full Training Edition of the VCP. It contains a Counting Policy, leveled progression of strategies found in the Basic Edition and additional Subtraction & Multiplication Mental Method slides. This edition is also available for bespoke preparation at additional cost of 80. Visual Calculations Policy Sense of Number 2013
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