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# GENERIC LESSON PLAN (Liberal Studies Level)

INSTRUCTIONAL UNIT:
TEACHER
Ms. Cruz

## COURSE: EDUC 389

DAY: 9/10/14
CAMPUS: La Verne

SUBJECT: Math

LESSON TITLE:
Let's Roll
LENGTH OF LESSON:
Daily Morning Activity

## CONTENT STANDARDS AND CONTENT OBJECTIVES

SUBJECT STANDARD:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.NBT.B.5: Number &
Operations in Base Ten. Use place value
understanding and properties of operations to add
and subtract.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.NBT.A.3: Number &
Operations in Base Ten. Understand place value.
Logical-Mathematical Intelligence (Math Smart)

GOAL OF UNIT:
Students will be able to add or subtract the numbers they
have rolled on the dice and understand each numbers
place value.
OBJECTIVE OF LESSON:
Given a set of number cubes (dice) students will be able
to distinguish the number, place value, and properties of
operation when adding or subtracting the numbers
they've rolled. Students will then have the opportunity to
showcase their skills at the whiteboard.

ASSESSMENT
STRATEGY FOR ASSESSMENT
Students will fill out worksheets that I have given them where they must indicate the place value, along with making
an equation with the numbers they have rolled.
Students will demonstrate their skills on the white board with numbers that I have rolled.
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
STRATEGIES TO MEET DIVERSIFIED LEARNERS
Students will be working in pairs where opportunities for understanding will be presented. This will hopefully lead
to conversation where students are able to gain knowledge from their partner on areas that may have been unclear for
them. During this discussion time I will treat errors as learning opportunities so that students who are having trouble
with this lesson feel less discouraged with future attempts.
MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, and TECHNOLOGY NEEDED

Number Cubes

## Whiteboard to showcase examples

STEPS THROUGH THE LESSON
INTO (Orientation)
RATIONALE
Ask students if they have previous knowledge regarding
Allows the teacher to gather information and assess the
students' skills with place value, adding, subtracting,
given just numbers and symbols.
and writing out formulas.
THROUGH (Presentation, Structured Practice, Guided
RATIONALE
Practice)
This provides a fun opportunity to learn about math
Students will be invited to play with number cubes and
formulas along with practicing their addition and
instructed to write their numbers on the lines provided.
They will then roll their number cube and begin either
students learning how to write formulas and learn about
adding or subtracting their results from one another.
the place values of each number involved. This is also a
Through this hands on approach students will be able to
great tool to use with students who are visual learners.
visualize the steps of putting together addition or
subtraction problems.
BEYOND (Independent Practice)
RATIONALE
In future class periods students will be called on in pairs
Having the students do this every morning will allow
to work out problems on the white board. This would act
the students to practice their new found skills along with
as a warm up every morning to get the students' brain
challenging themselves to do equations with bigger
stimulated and ready for the day's lesson.
numbers and higher place values.