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Adding Positive / Negative Integers (Tile Method)

# Adding Positive / Negative Integers (Tile Method)

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Lesson plan for teaching adding positive and negative integers using the tile method.
Lesson plan for teaching adding positive and negative integers using the tile method.

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12/16/2012

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FIVE-STEP LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE
CorpsMember:Amy LiCMA:Chris SuarezLesson PlanDate:July 31Rough?Final?Final
FIVE-STEP LESSON PLAN
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OBJECTIVE.
KEY POINTS.
What knowledge and skills are embedded in the objective?
SWBAT add positive andnegative integers usingtiles.1.One set of tiles represents positive integers.2.A second set of tiles that are a different color from the first representnegative integers.3.Adding positive integers together produces a more positive integer.4.Adding negative integers together produces a more negative integer.5.Adding positive and negative integers together results in cancellations.
ASSESSMENT.
Describe, briefly, what students will do to show you that they have mastered (or made progress toward) the objective.
Attach your daily assessment, completed to include an exemplary student response that illustrates the expected level of rigor.
Indicate whether you will administer the assessment as the independent practice or during the lesson closing.
Assessment:1.4 + 5 =2.2 + (-2) =3.6 + (-3) =4.-7 + (-8) =5.1 + (-9) =Answers:1.4 + 5 = 92.2 + (-2) = 03.6 + (-3) = 34.-7 + (-8) = -155.1 + (-9) = -8
CONNECTION TO THE SUMMER ACHIEVEMENT GOAL.
How does the objective connect to the summer achievement goal?
Since the students have already taken the summative assessment by this time, instead of working towardsmastery of 6
th
grade objectives, this lesson will prepare the students for the 7
th
grade since it is one of the first 7
th
CONNECTION TO LITERACY AND DEVELOPMENT OF CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING.
How will you address any prerequisite literacy skills impacting students’ ability to demonstrate mastery of the objective?
How will youdevelop conceptual understanding so that students internalize the concept and not just a set of algorithms without their meaning?
To help boost literacy, the lesson will be reading new symbols (adding a negative number) and using a differentrepresentation (tiles) for the expressions that they read.

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4. OPENING (8 min.)
How will you communicate
what
How will you communicate
how
it will happen?
How will you communicate its
importance
?
How will you communicate
connections
to previous lessons?
How will you engage students and capture their interest?
MATERIALS.
First of all, I want to congratulate you on completing yesterday’s summative assessment. While many of your classmates have been goofing off and playing around this summer, you all have been working veryhard and learning so much material. I am really proud of you. By studying this summer, you all are goingto be ready for the 7
th
grade. In fact, I want each of you to be more than ready. I want you guys to beahead! I want you know how to do things normal new 7
th
graders don’t know. You’re going to mastersand geniuses on topics that they probably have never even thought about. You’ve seen positive andnegative decimals on fractions, but they’ve all been separate. Either we’re working on positives or we’reworking on negatives. Today, we’re going to mix it up: positive AND negative integers. And I have twofun activities for you guys in order to learn the material. Are you ready?
3. INTRODUCTION OF NEW MATERIAL (7 min.)
How will you explain/demonstrate all knowledge/skills required of the objective, so that students begin to activelyinternalize key points?
Which potential misunderstandings do you anticipate? How will you proactively mitigate them?
How/when will you check for understanding? How will you address misunderstandings?
How will you clearly state and model behavioral expectations?
Why will students be engaged?
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2. GUIDED PRACTICE (15 min.)
How will students practice all knowledge/skills required of the objective, with your support, such that they continue tointernalize the key points?
How will you ensure that students have multiple opportunities to practice, with exercises scaffolded from easy to hard?
How/when will you monitor performance to check for understanding? How will you address misunderstandings?
How will you clearly state and model behavioral expectations?
Why will students be engaged?
1.For our practice session, you have two options to choose from.2.The first option is to continue to use the tiles. Each pair has one set.
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