A Math Movie Network video by Mr. Avery's students about how to solve elapsed time problems using a number-line.
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Tagged under: elapsed time,time,number-line,Mr. Avery,hour,minutes,math,Math Movie Network
1. What do you think the learning target should be? (00:00:53)
2. What is the first step to complete the problem? (00:01:59)
3. Why did the girl move to 3:00? (00:02:14)
4. How many hours are between 3:00 and 6:00? (00:02:54)
5. How much time has elapsed? (00:03:16)
6. What do you think the boy should do first? (00:03:30)
7. What step should the boy take now? (00:03:52)
8. Where does the starting time go? (00:03:57)
9. What do you think the boy should do now? (00:04:27)
10. The students in this video have always done the hour before and hour after. Why would you not have to do it this way? (00:05:08)
11. How much time has elapsed? (00:06:11)
12. What questions do you still have about elapsed time? (00:06:46)
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