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Ready, Set, Teach Lesson Plan Format #1

Use this format only for Lesson Plan #1, due December 10, 2015
Intern:

Haylie Nicholls

Subject:

Math

Title of Lesson:

Lesson Plan #:
Grade:

3rd

Date:

1
12/1/15

Making strategies for Multiplication
Standards

TEK #
3.4(K)

Knowledge

Skill:

The student applies mathematical
process standards to develop and use
strategies and methods for whole
number computations in order to
solve problems with efficiency and
accuracy

Solve one step and two step problems
involving multiplication and division within
100 using strategies based on objects;
pictorial models, including arrays, area
models, and equal groups; properties of
operations; or recall of facts.

Student Objective(s)
Students will learn how to use arrays and equal groups to show how to multiply
Vocabulary/Academic Language for this lesson
Array, equal groups, and analyze
Materials
Teacher:

Student:

Cookies, Powerpoint, and two work sheets

Pencil, and dry erase marker

Learning styles addressed in this lesson
X

Visual

Auditory

Tactile

Kinesthetic

Collaborative Learning
Size of groups:

Type of groups:

4 to 5 groups

Table groups

No collaborative grouping is used in this lesson

Lesson Procedure:
Lesson Frame:
We will…

use arrays to show how to multiply two numbers or equal groups

I will…

complete a worksheet by using arrays and writing a multiplication sentence

Anticipatory Set/Hook

Time:

Introduce multiplication with cookies and using them to show how to use an array

2mins

Question(s):

Blooms:

Can anyone describe to me what an “array” is?

Knowledge

Instructional Strategy/Modeling:

Time:

I then use a powerpoint to go into more depth and practice problems with them

10mins

Question(s):

Blooms:

Use the array and one other strategies to how to multiply groups.

Application

Check for Understanding:

Time:

I will do one of the problem on the powerpoint, but the students will tell me how
to do it step by step.

2mins

Question(s):

Blooms:

Illustrate how to solve a one step multiplication by using one strategy we
already talked about.

Comprehension

Guided Practice:

Time:

I will do the problem on the powerpoint with them and then have them do the last
one on their own.

9mins

Independent Practice:

Time:

After finishing the powerpoint the students will complete a worksheet on their own
without help from their neighbor. The students do not have to finish the paper.

3mins

Closure:

Time:

Ask if has any questions or if they do not understand something about the
lesson. After that go over what they learner and review the “We will and I will”

4mins

statements
Question(s):

Blooms:

Can anyone explain or review what we did today?

Comprehension

Assessment: (How will you know that your students learned what they are supposed to have learned)
If the students can repeat back what an array is and how we use it in a multiplication problem.
They will remember it for future problems

Time and Materials Management Checklist:
*Use “Not Applicable”, if this does not apply to your lesson*
How will you…

Pre-group, pre-sort, and/or pre-cut
materials needed in your lesson?
Cut down on the time it takes to “pass
out materials”?
Have students turn in work or have work
checked by teacher?
Put students in groups/partners?

I plan to…
Do everything the night before or even a couple days
before.
I will place the groups worksheet near their table so that
when I go around to check their final problem on the
powerpoint i will ready.
Have them turn it in the teacher will not be check it.

table groups

Have students move to stations, or other
parts of the room? (Moving to and from
the carpet counts!)

Students will not move, they will remain at their tables

Call on students to answer questions?

Yes I will be calling on students with hands raised and
mouths closed