to find homophones or homographs for an E.G. 1 Words that connect but in a different meaning or doesn’t have to be like that i will show you 3 steps.

1.roll and role.

2.tears and tear.

3.bye and by.

now the DEFENITION.

1.i’m rolling on grass.

2.you have the role to mark the students if they are not here or they are here.

3.there’s a tear of water coming down from the clouds.

4.tears are coming down from your eyes because your crying.

5.bye i’m going to the shops.

6.i’m to the pool by a train because it’s a long way.

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]]>Predict: I think that this is a number problem. I predict I will have to use addition and subtraction.

Clarify: The blank box means that you need to write the answer in.

Solution:

1. Add 13 and 35 together. The answer is 48

2. Subtract 48 from 80 the answer is 32

3. Fill in the empty box with the answer 32

Summary: The strategy was to make a number sentence.

]]>Read: The digit sum for 195 is 1+9+5 or 15. The digit sum for 200 is 2+0+0 or 2. Find the two consecutive numbers that have digit sums of 27 and 1.

Clarify: READ THE QUESTION TWICE.

The Big Question: What’s the sum.

Mathematitions Toolbox: The strategy that I’m going to use is use number sentences and work backwards.

Solving: First I see what the questions asking the questions asking what’s the two executive numbers for 27 and 1 so I go 9 and 10 9 = 9 and 1+0 equals 1 that’s not write so you keep on going until 999 and 1000 and 9+9+9 equals 27 and 1+0+0+0 equals 1 and that the answer.

Conclusion: My predictions was good my strategy worked perfectly and my solving could have been faster so in the end the answer was 999 and 1000.

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