Mathematics and Science Institute for Students With Special Needs


MSTAR Interventions

Outcomes

  • Students will solve problems that relate multiplication to repeated addition and division to equal partitioning. (See Lessons 1 and 3.)
  • Students will determine whether 2 quantities are equal. (See Lesson 2.)
  • Students will solve the 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s facts, using a multiplication table. (See Lesson 4.)
  • Students will identify multiples, factors, and products on a multiplication table. (See Lesson 4.)
  • Students will apply the distributive property of multiplication over addition to visually represent and solve multiplication problems. (See Lesson 5.)
  • Students will visually model the doubling strategy and apply it to determine unknown 4s, 8s, and 10s facts. (See Lesson 6.)
  • Students will apply the distributive property of multiplication over addition to visually represent and solve multiplication problems. (See Lesson 7.)
  • Students will visually model the doubling strategy and apply it to determine unknown 6s and 12s facts. (See Lesson 8.)
  • Students will solve division facts as multiplication facts with missing factors. (See Lesson 9.)
  • Students will represent division problems, using an array model. (See Lesson 9.)
  • Students will generate fact families, given 2 factors and a product. (See Lesson 10.)
  • Students will identify patterns in multiplying by multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000 to increase fluency with multiplication problems. (See Lesson 11.)
  • Students will use the distributive property to solve double-digit multiplication problems to increase fluency. (See Lesson 12.)