The Part-Part-Whole Model is a teaching approach that helps students understand the relationship between parts and a whole in a set of objects. It focuses on subitizing skills, which is the ability to visually recognize the number of items in a small group without counting. The model uses number bonds to represent the relationship between the parts and the whole.
This lesson helps students develop their number sense by engaging them in activities that require them to visually recognize numbers, identify parts and wholes, and create number bonds. These skills are essential for understanding the relationships between numbers and building a strong foundation in mathematics.
The purpose of the exit slip is to assess student understanding of the concepts covered in the lesson. It allows the teacher to identify any misconceptions or areas of struggle that may need further clarification or review.