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Lesson Plan One: Variables and Expressions

# Lesson Plan One: Variables and Expressions

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Required Lesson Plan Format: Snowden, P. L. Fall 2011
Required Lesson Plan Format
Teacher Candidate:
Hope Sullivan Sarah Brunell
Date:
October 14, 2011
Content Area:
Algebra
EighthFundamental Skills/Important Concept(s)/Essential Question(s):Mathematics and literacyLesson Title
Variables and Expressions
Lesson Focus
Students will learn to evaluate algebraic expressions.
Core CurriculumStandardsand/orNYS Standards andPerformanceIndicators~~~~~~~~ (For Literacy-basedlesson, can useNCTE/IRAStandards for theEnglish LanguageArts)
New York State Mathematic Standards for Grade EightVariables and Expressions8.A.2 * Write verbal expressions that match given mathematicalexpressions.
Lesson Objectives
(Bloom’s Taxonomy;include behavior,conditions, andcriteria)
----------------------AcceptableEvidence (processand/or product)
(Use numbers for clarity)1. The student will learn to evaluate algebraic expressions.Evidence that students have achieved objective(s):Students will be able to solve problems and examples. Will allow studentsto work out problems on the board to display understanding of requiredobjectives.
"Caring, Competent, Qualified Professionals"  Knowledge of Content, Knowledge of Pedagogy, Professional Skills

InstructionalProcedure(s) ___________
A.Bell Ringeand Prior  Knowledge Activation
This can be together or separately. Also called:set induction,anticipatory set,introduction/review
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B.Teacher input,explanation,&development
1.Specificinstructionalmethod(s);2.Modeling;3.Guided practice;4.Check founderstanding5.Independent practice
Bell Ringer
Evaluate each expression for the given values of the variable.1.9y - 13 for y = 42.6n + 2p for n = 2 and p = 33.3x – y for x = 1 and y = 2
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The teacher will…
Review the table of phrases and expression with the students.
Point out that there are several different words for each operation.
Use examples and flashcards to enforce the idea.
Specific studentsactions
The students will:
Previously have read the chapter for homework before coming intoclass.
Do the bell ringer when first entering class, takes notes duringclass, and actively participate with examples that are given on the board.
Start a homework worksheet that will be assigned for the night.
Assessment
(Type and purpose)
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Evaluation, if used
Flash cards to demonstrate understanding of material. Worksheets sostudents can practice working out problems on their own. And provideadditional examples to help with troubled areas.
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Teacher will use their best judgment to recognize students understandingof material by the amount of participation with the flashcards, review,examples, and worksheets.