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Stay Focused on Long Division
Students utilize a checklist in order to help them stay focused on long division problems.
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- Create a mnemonic device to remember the initials and steps
- The Bring Down arrow does not appear to be an arrow without reading the explanation; substitute the arrow for the letter B, for bring down
- The tool supports the division concept, and works as a self-assessment tool for one's completeness
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