This Solving Elapsed Time Word Problems to the Nearest Minute video also includes:
Learn the strategy of using a number line in the fourth of a five part series on solving elapsed-time word problems. Two examples help lead learners through the thought process behind identifying the variables in a word problem and then skip counting on a number line to find an answer.
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- The explanation of skip counting is clearly communicated
- The title implies that the lesson will discuss rounding, when in fact it simply means it will be focusing on time problems with one-minute intervals
- The common mistake mentioned is not really a mistake, but rather a different strategy; discuss what extra steps would have to be taken to get to the right answer
- While the description states that the lesson will focus on one-minute intervals, it actually combines skip counting by five with counting by one