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FACT FOCUS: 7×6, 3×4, 7×8 & associated Division facts
LEARNING GOAL: “I can automatically recall the product of 7×6, 3×4, 7×8 and commutative counterparts. I can use this knowledge to quickly find quotients of related Division facts, successfully solve Multiplication word problems, and fluently solve multi-digit problems using the standard algorithm.”

### LESSON COMPONENTS

1. PREVIEW LESSON 6

2. TEACH LESSON 6:

### ABOUT THE LESSON PROGRESSION

Factivation’s lesson progression uses research-based instructional practices to move students from initial understanding of the concept of Multiplication to accurate recall through memory-enhancing strategies and purposefully designed accuracy building activities. After accuracy is established, students begin timed, targeted fluency building. This brain-friendly, complete process prepares students to then apply facts, with automaticity, to larger Multiplication problems and problem solving scenarios. Factivation connects newly acquired facts to their Division counterparts and students gain a thorough understanding of the reciprocity of the operations during the Application portion of the lesson.

Segment 1: Concept Building

Before developing fact fluency, it is important that students have an understanding of this important fact: Multiplication is repeated addition. When we have groups and the same number of ‘things’ in each one, we multiply (or add repeatedly) to find the total (product). Concept Building is Segment 1 of the Factivation!® Lesson Progression, providing students an opportunity to build a strong foundational understanding while being introduced to the focus facts for this lesson.
SEE INSTRUCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
Lay the foundation for this lesson by using the Concept Mats & Arrays to give students hands-on experience with this lesson’s focus facts (see Fact Building Cards). Follow up each fact building session with a Multiplication Concept Builder. Place fact cards, concept mats, arrays, and recommended manipulatives in a Math center for continued independent practice.

Estimated Duration: 1-3 days | Time/Lesson: 20 mins.

Video Instruction Supporting Resources

#### VISUAL AIDS

Project & discuss, then have students create their own!

Multiplication Models: 6.1 | 6.2 | 6.3

Multiplication Arrays: 6.1 | 6.2 | 6.3

#### FACT BUILDING “HANDS-ON” ACTIVITIES

Use for a concept lesson, then place in a center for independent practice!

#### FOLLOW-UP PRACTICE

Concept Builders 6.1-6.3 (Recommended)

Connect to Geometry!

Segment 2: Accuracy Building

Before students can build fact fluency, they need to be consistently accurate in solving Math facts. Accuracy follows conceptual understanding and precedes the development of automaticity, which is why Accuracy Building is Segment 2 of the Factivation!® Lesson Progression.
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TO ENSURE SUCCESS, show an instructional video daily to familiarize students with new facts/strategies. Assign purposeful follow-up practice using the accompanying Accuracy Builder. Monitor for consistent, correct (not automatic) recall. For additional practice throughout the day, engage students in class competitions with the accuracy building games. Assess and move onto Fluency Building (Segment 3) when students demonstrate readiness.

Estimated Duration: 2-5 days | Time/Lesson: 20 mins.

Video Instruction Supporting Resources

#### VISUAL AIDS

Factivate your classroom walls!

#### FOLLOW-UP PRACTICE

Strategy Practice Pages 6.1-6.4 (More Support)

Accuracy Builders 6.1-6.2 (Less Support)

Great for centers and/or home use!

#### SMARTBOARD GAMES

Great for class competitions!

SEE LESSON 6 UNTIMED GAMES→

#### ASSESSMENTS

Accuracy Assessment 6 (Recommended)

Progressive Assessment 6- Form B (Optional)

IMPORTANT- Use an assessment above to assess accuracy before moving on to next lesson segment!

Segment 3: Fluency Building

Once students are showing consistent, accurate recall, it’s time to begin fluency building. Students who have developed automaticity (being able to recall answers with ease, automatically) are more successful with Math because, when faced with complex problems, the brain can focus on the more challenging processes rather than having to “work” to recall basic facts. Fluency Building is the crucial third segment of the Factivation!® Lesson Progression.
SEE INSTRUCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
Move from accuracy to automaticity! TO ENSURE SUCCESS, students should already have developed accurate, untimed recall with the lesson’s focus facts (see Segment 2). Assign the Fluency Builder activity daily using one of the suggested formats. Have students track their own progress using the speed check chart. For additional practice throughout the day, show the 3-minute Fast Facts video or engage students in class competitions with the fluency building games.

Estimated Duration: 2-5 days | Time/Lesson: 20 mins.

Video Instruction Supporting Resources

#### SMARTBOARD GAMES

Great for class competitions!

SEE LESSON 6 TIMED GAMES→

#### ASSESSMENTS

##### Printable

One-Minute Assessment 6 (Recommended)

Progressive Assessment 6- Form A (Optional)

##### Online Option

LESSON 6 Assessment (Kubbu.com) (Optional)

NOTE: You will need to set up a free Kubbu account to access online assessments. It’s quick and easy- find out how→

IMPORTANT- Use an assessment above to assess fluency before moving on to next lesson segment!

Segment 4: Application

Once students have become fluent with the lesson’s focus facts, it’s time to put this new knowledge to use and give students opportunities to apply their learning. Application is Segment 4 of the Factivation!® Lesson Progression.
SEE INSTRUCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
Show the Division video daily to provide repeated exposure to the reciprocity of Multiplication and Division. Follow up each video lesson with a Logical Links or Connectors page to give students practice in applying their knowledge of this lesson’s focus facts to their Division counterparts. Continue on to fluency-building with the lesson’s Division facts when students demonstrate readiness as per the Logical Links pages (see Division Fluency Builder). The motivating, research-based Speed Check Chart can be used with the Division fluency builder to track personal progress toward Division fluency goals.

Estimated Duration: 2-3 days | Time/Lesson: 20 mins.

Video Instruction Supporting Resources

#### APPLY FACTS TO RELATED DIVISION FACTS

##### Connect Multiplication Facts to Division

Logical Links 6.1-6.4 (Recommended)

Connectors 6 (Optional)

##### Build Division Fluency

Division Fluency Builder 6 (Recommended)

##### Assess Division Fluency

This printable is coming soon!

#### APPLY FACTS TO MULTI-DIGIT MULTIPLICATION

This printable is coming soon!