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Helping Children Master the Basic Facts

This activity contains 11 questions.

Question 1.
All of the following are approaches to fact mastery EXCEPT

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Question 2.
Which is a basic strategy for addition facts that explains 6 + 6 = 12?

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Question 3.
In finding 6 X 3, a good thinking method could be to use

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Question 4.
When students are able to use a strategy without recourse to physical models and are beginning to use it mentally, it is time to

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Question 5.
When teaching that addition does not always mean the value becomes bigger, teachers should use which of the following strategies

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Question 6.
Drill is appropriate for children who have a strategy that they understand but are not yet really skilled in using.

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Question 7.
The nine facts can cause some confusion because two separate rues are involved.

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Question 8.
Practice fact drills as you develop the strategies for the facts.

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Question 9.
Do not subject any student to fact drills unless the student has developed efficient strategies for the facts being practiced.

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Question 10.
Students who have total command of basic facts reason better than those who have not yet mastered facts.

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Question 11.

To create paragraphs in your essay response, type <p> at the beginning of the paragraph, and </p> at the end.

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