Connecting division to multiplication

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Assessing whether students can find the related multiplication problem for a division problem

Family problems

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Assessing whether students can recognize analogous problems and are aware of the relationship among the results of these problems

Choosing an answer for a division problem

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Assessing whether students can estimate the quotient

Identifying the watershed

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Assessing whether students can recognize the breaking point when the number of digits of the quotient changes

Checking divisibility

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Assessing whether students have a clue in advance whether divisions have a remainder or not

Is it in the hundreds/tens?

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Assessing whether students can estimate the quotient

Algorithm with ink blots

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Assessing whether students understand how the division algorithm works

Is there a zero in the middle of the quotient?

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Assessing whether students understand the relationship between the existence of zero in the dividend and in the quotient

Correct or not correct?

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Assessing whether students can quickly check the correctness of the result of division problems without performing the algorithm

Is it in the multiplication table of …?

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Assessing whether students have the multiplication number facts available

Possible remainders

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Assessing whether students understand the relationship between divisors and remainders

Easy or difficult?

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Assessing what is the easinessdifficulty range of students and whether they are aware what characteristics of a problem make it easy or difficult for them

Solving division problems without using the algorithm

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Assessing whether students have a deep understanding of the division operation and whether they have, instead of the algorithm, other strategies available to solve division problems
