California Standards Codes
NS—Number Sense
AF—Algebra and Functions
MG—Measurement and Geometry
SP—Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability
MR—Mathematical Reasoning
AL1—Algebra 1

EL Connections

California—English Language Proficiency Levels
  • Beginning
  • Early Intermediate
  • Intermediate
  • Early Advanced
  • Advanced

Key

Beginning—Level 1
Early Intermediate—Level 2
Intermediate—Level 3
Early Advanced /Advanced—Level 4
  California Mathematics Grade 5
 
5 AF 1.2 01 One‑Variable Equations
 




 
In this clip, students solve problems applying the order of operations to equations.

EL Connections
This strategy is suitable for use with English Learners of Proficiency Levels Early Intermediate through Advanced.

EL Focus
Asking students to work in pairs allows them to benefit from peer interaction as they discover mathematical concepts and work on language skills. English Learners may learn more from an explanation from their peers than from direct instruction.
 
5 AF 1.2 01 One‑Variable Equations
In this clip, students solve problems applying the order of operations to equations.
 
5 AF 1.2 02 One‑Variable Equations
In this clip, the teacher uses a warm‑up activity to check her students' knowledge of equations.
 
5 NS 1.4 Prime Factors
In this clip, Brad Fulton describes ways to represent prime numbers using concrete models.
 
Work in Pairs
In this clip, students work in pairs to solve story problems, applying the order of operations.