This Round to the Nearest Hundred Using a Number Line video also includes:
- Prior Knowledge: Video 1
- Prior Knowledge: Video 2
- Prior Knowledge: Video 3
- Interventions: If Student Needs to Use the Hundreds Chart...
- Interventions: If Student Struggles with the Idea of Place Value...
- Interventions: If Student Needs More Practice Rounding Using the Linear Model...
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Using a number line to round to the nearest hundred is a snap after watching this video. This sixth of eight videos walks through a review explanation of benchmark numbers, rounding, and midpoints. It then gives several examples of how to know when to round up or down by using benchmark numbers and midpoints as a guide.
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- The common mistake of counting by increments of one at all times is addressed, along with the mistake of rounding in the wrong direction
- Clear enunciation and visuals make the concepts easy to follow along with
- It might be confusing for learners. They are rounding to the nearest hundred, but the increments are in groups of ten; take time out to have a discussion about this as a class or small group