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Math

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Term IV:
Everyday Math
Lesson PlanGoals/ Objectives
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Students will know how Ashanti’s “eat” (The food they eat).
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Students will revisit fractions and units of measure.
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Students will review time.
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Students will be able to explain how the Ashanti prepare theirfood.
Standards
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2.3.4.A.Use concrete objects to demonstrate an understanding of measurementquantities (e.g., length, weight, temperature).
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2.3.5.A.Use concrete objects to demonstrate the meaning of measurementquantities (e.g., perimeter, area, weight, capacity).
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2.3.4.B.Select and use appropriate tools and units for measuring quantities (e.g.,length, time, weight, temperature).
Material and preparation
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Promethean board so that students see the recipe.
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Food in recipe
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 Tools for measuring (measuring cups, watch)
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 Tools for cooking (pans, oven)
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Recipe for Bananas Ghana.
Ritual or routine
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I will be using the schedule/ routine already in place
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Students will be seated at the carpet for instructional time.
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Students will then be dismissed to go to groups to helpprepare the recipe. The steps will be placed on thePromethean board.
Classroom arrangement and management issues
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 This lesson will be taught on the carpet, where students areaccustomed to having math lessons.
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I have chosen this location and these routines because they havebeen effective for the students and lead teacher thus far.
PlanHook (10 minutes)
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I will ask students if they can think of any of the foods thatAshanti/ Ghanaians would eat?
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I will then tell students we will be eating a traditional Ghana
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