# Primary

### Foundations of Division

##### Chapter 1: Recalling the other three operations

LO 1: | Revisiting quantities |

LO 2: | Counting (and measurement) |

LO 3: | Revisiting operations |

LO 4: | Limitations of addition |

LO 5: | Limitation of subtraction |

LO 6: | Multiple same subtrahend |

LO 7: | Is repeated subtraction common? |

##### Chapter 2: Exploring repeated subtraction

LO 1: | What may be the purpose of repeated subtraction? |

LO 2: | Nature of groups |

LO 3: | What can we do to make repeated subtraction faster? |

LO 4: | Just big repeat each time is enough? |

LO 5: | What’re the important information in repeated subtraction? |

LO 6: | What’s may be the more important information of the four information? |

##### Chapter 3: Getting introduced to division

LO 1: | Mathematically expressing repeated subtraction situations. |

LO 2: | Arithmetically expressing repeated subtraction situations as division. |

LO 3: | Visualising division expressions |

LO 4: | Interpreting division expressions |

LO 5: | Reading division expressions |

LO 6: | Why dividend is called dividend? |

LO 7: | Why divisor is called divisor? |

LO 8: | Why quotient is called quotient? |

LO 9: | Why remainder is called remainder? |

LO 10: | Define division in one simple, universally applicable, sentence. |

##### Chapter 4: Introduction to division

LO 1: | The existential need for division operation. |

LO 2: | Examples to introduce division to a grade II child |

LO 3: | How should division be learnt? |

LO 4: | A 27 When are children ready to learn division? |

LO 5: | Revisiting the relationship of division and multiplication. |

LO 6: | What actually happens when we divide a quantity? |

LO 7: | What is not division of a quantity of things? |

LO 8: | Why division is an important operation? |

##### Chapter 5: Getting ready to divide

LO 1: | How do we divide? |

LO 2: | Solving simple division expressions |

LO 3: | Exploring Dividend |

LO 4: | Exploring Divisor |

LO 5: | Exploring Quotient |

LO 6: | Exploring Remainder |

LO 7: | What is not divisible. And how to make divisible. |

LO 6: | Expressing situations using division |

##### Chapter 6: Division – the process

LO 1: | Visualizing Repeated subtraction |

LO 2: | Layers of divisors |

LO 3: | Advanced divisions |

LO 4: | Visualizing advanced divisions |

LO 5: | Relationship of operations |

LO 6: | Long division method |

LO 7: | Why do we divide numerals from the left? |

##### Chapter 7: Revisiting Dividend, Divisor, Quotient, Remainder

LO 1: | Investigating the relationship of Dividend and Divisor |

LO 2: | Investigating the relationship of Divisor and Quotient |

LO 3: | Investigating the relationship of Divisor and Remainder |

LO 4: | Investigating the relationship of Dividend and Quotient |

LO 5: | Investigating the relationship of Divisor, Quotient and Remainder |

LO 6: | Investigating the relationship of Divisor, Dividend and Remainder |

##### Chapter 8: Applying the process

LO 1: | Understanding 5/5. |

LO 2: | Explaining 5/0 and 0/5. |

LO 3: | Appreciating the difference between 3/8 and 8/3 |

LO 4: | Understanding operations of division |

##### Chapter 9: Division and the other three operations

LO 1: | Examining 4 ÷ 2 x 3 ÷ 2 x 3 |

LO 2: | Examining 3 x 4 ÷ 2 ÷ 2 x 3 |

LO 3: | Examining 2 x 3 x 4 ÷ 3 ÷ 2 ÷ 1 ÷ 2 |

LO 4: | Examining |

LO 5: | Examining |

##### Chapter 10: The true nature of division

LO 1: | Experiencing the true nature of division (4 ÷ 2 ÷ 2 x 3 x 2) |

LO 2: | Division is more than repeated subtraction |

LO 3: | Internalizing the difference between fraction and division |