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URL of Lesson Plan: http://www.discoveryeducation.com/teachers/free-lessonplans/problem-solving-math-episode-2.cfm

3 Florida Standards Addressed:

1. Measurements and Data (for drawing pictures)

2. Understand properties of multiplication and the relationship

between multiplication and division. (Different situations or

problems)

3. Geometric measurement: recognize perimeter as an attribute of

plane figures and distinguish between linear and area measures.

4. MAFS.4.OA.1: Use the four operations with whole numbers to solve

problems.

5. MAFS.4.OA.1.2: Multiply or divide to solve word problems involving

multiplication comparison, by using drawings and equations with a

symbol for the unknown number to represent the distinguishing

multiplicative comparison from additive comparison.

6. MAFS.4.NBT.2.5: Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a

one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using

strategies based on place value and the properties of operations.

7. MAFS.4.NBT.2.6: Find whole-number quotients and remainders

with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using

strategies based on place value, the properties of operations,

and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.

*I feel as though all of these Standards can be addressed in this Lesson

Plan, and can be used throughout learning in this math episode.

*I used this website to find the Florida Standards:

http://www.fldoe.org/pdf/mathfs.pdf

A

**A= Analyze your Learners
**

As best you can tell, describe the learners for whom this lesson is intended.

What else do you think you would need to know about them?

**This lesson is most intended for elementary school, K-5. I know this specifically
**

because I searched the website looking for lesson plans that fit this specific

category, and the procedures are quite simple, and meant for younger children. \

S

**S = State your Objectives
**

Carefully review the lesson plan. Identify the objectives. If the lesson plan has

learning objectives that do NOT meet the ABCD criteria, rewrite them. You

should have at least 3 learning objectives that meet the ABCD formula.

Remember, think Action Verbs!

A=Audience; B=Behavior; C=Condition and D=Degree.

1. Students will explore different ways to find solutions to problems or

situations at different difficulty levels and different questions types,

including word problems and spatial problems.

2. Students will draw a picture or write out the steps that represents a

problem-solving strategy when it is applicable. This may be used for the

word problems or the spatial problems.

Behavior is explained: What is expected to be done is to find different solutions

to problems or situations at different difficulty levels.

Condition is explained: How this will be done is by drawing a picture to represent

a problem-solving strategy or using the step by step directions provided in the

notes.

Students will be analyzing problems and will be applying the notes provided to

work out math problems. (Blooms Taxonomy)

S

**S = Select Media and Materials
**

In this section, make a list of what materials are needed for this lesson plan. If

they don't specify any technology, think of how you might do that! Try to think of

two different things you or your students could do with technology. Maybe you

can find a good multimedia site to use in this lesson? How about using word

processing instead of writing? You might be able to use a spreadsheet or

PowerPoint

Materials:

1. Problem-Solving: Math, Episode 2 video

2. Drawing paper

3. Lined paper

4. Crayons

5. Pencils

These are the materials needed for the lesson, and technology is already

included. The students will be watching a video: Problem-Solving: Math, Episode

2. I think this is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom. I also

**know that quite a few students really do benefit from drawing things out or writing
**

every step out and doing things, instead of just listening to the teacher talk or

doing it in their head.

U

**U = Utilize Media and Materials
**

How are the materials used?

**The materials are used in different ways.
**

The video is used to actually teach the lesson to the students, while the drawing

paper, crayons, and pencils are used to draw a picture that represents a problem

solving strategy.

None of the materials are use-less.

R

**R = Require Learner Participation
**

Explain what the students are doing. How will they use technology in this lesson?

**The students are going to figure out different ways to find solutions to problems
**

or situations, and they will be doing this through different strategies they have

learned. They will draw a picture of a strategy and apply it to their situation or

problem. Or they will write out step by step how they will solve the problem.

The children on the second day will be discussing how they did their problems

the previous day and show their partner how they solved their problem. As a

class we will discuss the different ways of showing the steps; either by writing it

out or by drawing it.

Technology will be used in the beginning of the lesson on the first day. The

lesson will actually be taught using a video, and so the lesson starts out using

technology. The second day is when students will discuss their solutions and

how they got there.

**E = Evaluate and Revise
**

How do you assess student learning?

E

**Use the following three-point rubric to evaluate students' work during this lesson.
**

Three points: Students were highly engaged in class discussions;

demonstrated a clear understanding of different problem-solving

strategies; and drew colorful, unique pictures that clearly identified a

problem and a solution.

Two points: Students participated in class discussions; demonstrated a

general understanding of different problem-solving strategies; and drew

somewhat colorful and unique pictures that mostly identified a problem

and a possible solution.

One point: Students participated minimally in class discussions; were

unable to demonstrate a basic understanding of different problemsolving strategies; and drew incomplete or inaccurate pictures that did

not clearly identify a problem or drew a solution that did not fit the

problem.

This is the evaluation system given by the person who created the lesson plan,

and I think it works out very well.

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