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2nd Grade Math

Learning Objective: We will write numbers using expanded form.


Focus
Standard:

2.NBT.3 Read and write numbers to 1000 using base ten numerals,
number names , and expanded form.

Support
Standard:

SMP 2, SMP 3, SMP 6, SMP 7

Prerequisite(s)
:

2.NBT.1 Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent


amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones; e.g., 706 equals 7 hundreds, 0 tens,
and 6 ones.

Manipulative(s)
:
Special
Instructions:
Vocabulary
Academic:

identify, represents

Content:

place value, expanded form

Support:

original

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EDI Lesson Overview

Learning Objective
Learning Objective

We will write numbers using expanded form.


CFU
CFU
What are we going to learn?
What are we going to learn?

Activate Prior
Activate Prior
Knowledge
Place
value:
Knowledge

The place is the position of a digit in a number.


The value is the worth of the digit due to its position.

Find the place value for the following digits of

258.

1. 2 is in the __________
hundreds place.
200
The value of the 2 in 258 is _________.
tens
2. 5 is in the __________
place.
The value of the 5 in 258 is _________.
50

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CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten
numerals, number names, and expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

Concept Development
Concept Development

Expanded1 form represents2 a number as the addition of the value of each digit.
The expanded form of a number is equal to the original3 number.

Expanded Form
Original Number

2 58

The value of the 2 in


The value of the 5 in
The value of the 8 in

Expanded Form

200 + 50 + 8
258 is
258 is
258 is

NOT Expanded Form

258 is NOT 2 + 5 + 8
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200
50
8
258

CFU
CFU
Which number is equal to
Which number is equal to
700
+ 60 + 4?
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60 +know?
4?
How
How do you know?

A 764
764
B A704
B
704
C 746
C 746
Why is 7 + 6 + 4 not the
Why is 7 + 6 + 4 not the
expanded form of 764?
expanded form of 764?

Vocabulary
Vocabulary
made longer (gesture)
1
made(synonym)
longer (gesture)
shows
2
shows (synonym)
3
beginning
3
beginning
1
2

CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

Skill Development/Guided
Skill Development/Guided
Practice
Expanded
Practice form represents a number as the addition of the value of each digit.

The expanded form of a number is equal to the original number.

Write numbers using expanded form.


1 Read the number aloud.
a Identify4 the digit in the ones place.(write o)
b Identify the digit in the tens place.(write t)
c Identify the digit in the hundreds place. (write h)
2 Write the number as the addition of the value of each digit. (Hint: Start at the highest value.)

h t o

1.

376

2.

The expanded form of

h t o

206

4.

630

The expanded form of


630 is ______________.
600 + 30

h t o

514

h t o

508

The expanded form of

500 + 8
508 is _____________________.

206 is _____________________.
200 + 6

h t o

did I/you identify the


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identify
digit
each
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each
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value?
How did I/you write the
How
did
I/you
write
expanded form of the the
expanded form of the
number?
number?

514 is _____________________.
500 + 10 + 4

The expanded form of


5.

1a-c How

The expanded form of

376 is _____________________.
300 + 70 + 6
3.

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6.

h t o

740

The expanded form of

700 + 40
740 is ________________.
Vocabulary
Vocabulary
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find (synonym)
4
find (synonym)

CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

Relevance
Relevance

Expanded form represents a number as the addition of the value of each


digit.
The expanded form of a number is equal to the original number.

1 Writing numbers using expanded form will help you


better understand what numbers mean.
My uncle George won the lottery. He won five
thousand, nine hundred twenty-seven dollars.
5,000 + 900 + 20 + 7 = $5,927

2 Writing numbers using expanded form will help you do


well on tests.
Sample Test Question:

10. Sophie has 527 seashells in her collection.


Which of these equals 527?
A
B
C
D

5+2+7
5 + 20 + 700
500 + 20 + 7
500 + 200 + 70

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Sample Test Question:


11. Which number is 400 + 80 + 5?
A
B
C
D

458
485
4085
405

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CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

Expanded form represents a number as the addition of the value of each digit.
The expanded form of a number is equal to the original number.
Skill Closure
Skill Closure

Write numbers using expanded form.


1 Read the number aloud.
a Identify the digit in the ones place.(write o)
b Identify the digit in the tens place.(write t)
c Identify the digit in the hundreds place. (write h)
2 Write the number as the addition of the value of each digit. (Hint: Start at the highest value.)

h t o

1.

2.

439

The expanded form of

h t o

407

The expanded form of

400 + 30 + 9
439 is ___________________.

400 + 7
407 is _________________________.

Access Common Core


Access Common Core

Correct:

Word Bank

Incorrect:

Why is the second example incorrect?


Summary Closure
Summary Closure

What did you learn today about writing numbers using expanded form?
(Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank.

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write
expanded form
value
digit
hundreds
tens
ones

CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

Independent Practice
Independent Practice

Expanded form represents a number as the addition of the value of each


digit.
The expanded form of a number is equal to the original number.
Write numbers using expanded form.
1 Read the number aloud.
a Identify the digit in the ones place.(write o)
b Identify the digit in the tens place.(write t)
c Identify the digit in the hundreds place. (write h)
2 Write the number as the addition of the value of each digit. (Hint: Start at the highest value.)

h t o

1.

913

2.

The expanded form of

h t o

653

329 is __________________________.
300 + 20 + 9
4.

The expanded form of

h t o

805

The expanded form of


805 is ____________________.
800 + 5

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h t o

782

The expanded form of

700 + 80 + 2
782 is __________________________.

600 + 50 + 3
653 is __________________________.
5.

329

The expanded form of

900 + 10 + 3
913 is ________________________.
3.

h t o

6.

h t o

470

The expanded form of


470 is __________________________.
400 + 70

CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

Periodic Review 1
Periodic Review 1

h t o

1.

2.

h t o

416

307

The expanded form of

The expanded form of

400 + 10 + 6
416 is __________________________.

307 is __________________________.
300 + 7

Access Common Core


Access Common Core

1. Which number is 900+80+7?


a.
b.
c.

907
987
980

2. Which number is 600+40+4?


a.
b.
c.

604
640
644

3. Which number is 800+20+1?


a.
b.
c.

821
812
208

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CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

Periodic Review 2
Periodic Review 2

1.

h t o

h t o

2.

429

870

The expanded form of

The expanded form of

800 + 70
870 is __________________.

429 is __________________________.
400 + 20 + 9

Access Common Core


Access Common Core

1. Aiden has 477 baseball cards. Which of these equals 477?

a. 400+77+0
b. 4+7+7
c. 400+70+7
2. Kylie has 323 books on her bookcase. Which of these equals 323?

a. 3+2+3
b. 300+20+3
c. 30+20+3
3. Aram has 860 postage stamps. Which of these equals 860?

a. 80+60+0
b. 8+60
c. 800+60
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CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

Periodic Review 3
Periodic Review 3

1.

h t o

h t o

2.

625

152

The expanded form of

The expanded form of

600 + 20 + 5
625 is __________________________.

100 + 50 + 2
152 is __________________________.

Access Common Core


Access Common Core

Nolan

Agnes

Agnes did her work correctly; her partner Nolan did not.
What should Agnes tell Nolan to help him? Explain your answer.

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CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

EDI Cognitive, Teaching, and English Learner Strategies


Learning Objective: We will write numbers using expanded form.
Cognitive Strategies
Elaboration

Teaching Strategies
Demonstration

(gesture) expanded

Language Strategies
Academic
Targeted
Vocabulary

Content
Support
Multiple-Meaning
Synonym

Vocabulary
Strategy

Definition

identify, represents
expanded form
place value, original

identify, represent
expanded form, place value, original

Homophone
Internal Context Clue

Listen, Speak

Similar Sounds

Read

Tracked Reading

Write

Writing

Content Access Strategies


Comprehensible
Input

Cognates
Graphic Organizer

Contextual Clues

Contextualized
Definitions
Pictures

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postage stamps
CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2
Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.

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CCSS 2nd Grade Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3.2


Write numbers using expanded form.
Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only.