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Name: Daphnie Peterson Got the time?

Subject: Math

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Standard(s)and or/IEP goal(s) will it address? CCSS.Math.Content.2.MD.C.7 Work with time and money: Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m. CCSS.Math.Content.3.MD.A.1 Solve problems involving measurement and estimation. Tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes. Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of time intervals in minutes, e.g., by representing the problem on a number line diagram Lesson topic (What is the big Idea): Telling and showing time to 5-minute intervals, identifying number of minutes in an hour, hours in a day etc..
Main Objective: Students will be able to:

Tell and show time in 5 minute intervals Identify the number of minutes in an hour and the number of hours in a day etc. Identify events that occur in the a.m. and p.m.

Supporting Objective:

Pay attention to the difference in the minute hand and hour hand Look at similarities and differences in analog & digital clocks

Essential Vocabulary:

Anaolog, Digital, hour hand, minute hand, half past, quarter til, quarter after

Name: Daphnie Peterson Got the time?

Subject: Math

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Specific Strategies to be taught/modeled: Teacher will use classroom analog clock to review parts of the clock, review telling and showing time. Teacher will also assess the students prior knowledge of telling time to the five minutes.

Planning for individual differences(mediated scaffolding)

Multisensory teaching Sing hickory dickory dock song Connect times with students current
schedule

Use of manipulatives

Use of I Do, We Do, and You Do

Anticipatory Set (KWL/ What I know)

Similarities and differences in clocks Events that occur in the a.m and p.m. What about time do you know about What do you want to learn

Name: Daphnie Peterson Got the time?

Subject: Math

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Opening: Teacher will ask student(s) if they got the time? We will then begin to look around the classroom to see where we can find items with labels associated with time. (e.g. bell schedule, daily schedule on board, teacher plan book, the classroom clock etc..) Say to student: Well today we are going to be talking about time and how we can learn to tell time.

Classroom Management/Grouping Issues: Students will work independently or in small group with teacher. Positive praise Guide students in modeling appropriate time telling skills

Lesson Activities:

Name: Daphnie Peterson Got the time? I Do (teacher instruction)

Subject: Math

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Pre-assessment: Teacher will have students label a blank clock with correct features.

This will be informal presentation with structured discovery

We Do (class/group activity)

Activity 1. Teacher will hand out classroom analog clocks to each student. This activity will help assess knowledge of telling time.

Activity 1. Teacher will call out a time. Students will hold up clocks for me to check for correctness. This will go on for 5 to 8 minutes.

Name: Daphnie Peterson Got the time? You Do (student practice)

Subject: Math

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Activity 2. Student will use paper plates, markers, glue and brads to make a clock of their own.

Activity 2. Teacher will help make sure that student is properly placing the correct items onto the right areas. Making a clock.

Extended Learning/Re-teaching/Closure:

I will review students understanding by: Playing time bingo and by completing a worksheet identifying a variety of different times in 5 minute intervals.

Materials needed:

Name: Daphnie Peterson Got the time?

Subject: Math

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Pre-test worksheet Paper plates Got the time? Worksheet Markers Pencil Digital clock Analog teaching clocks Time bingo sheet Post test
Resources: http://www.corestandards.org
www.teacherspayteachers.com/TellingTimeFreebie.pdf

Reflection:

Name: Daphnie Peterson Grade: 3 Got the time? Who didnt meet the objective?

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