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Appendix 1

LESSON PLAN
SCHOOL OF
EDUCATION

LESSON ORGANISATION
Year Level: 2
Time: 10.00am
Date:16.04.16
Learning Area:
Mathematics Number and Place
Value

Students Prior Knowledge:


Recognise numbers up to 1000.
Have some prior knowledge of
place value.
Can order numbers.

Strand/Topic from the Australian


Curriculum
Recognise, model, represent and
order numbers to at least 1000
(ACMNA027)
Group, partition and rearrange
collections up to 1000 in hundreds,
tens and ones to facilitate more
efficient counting (ACMNA028)
General Capabilities (that may potentially be covered in the lesson)
Literacy
Numerac ICT
Critical
Ethical
Personal
y
compete and
behaviou and
nce
creative
r
Social
thinking
compete
nce
Cross-curriculum priorities (may be addressed in the lesson)
Aboriginal and Torres
Asia and Australias
Strait Islander histories engagement with Asia
and cultures
Proficiencies:(Mathematics only)

Intercult
ural
understa
nding

Sustainability

Lesson Objectives (i.e. anticipated outcomes of this lesson, in point form beginning
with an action verb)
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
Demonstrate understanding of the use of the iPad


Understand visually what ones, tens and hundredths are worth
Use one, tens and hundredths MAB blocks to make a number
Teachers Prior
Provision for students at
Preparation/Organisation:
educational risk:
Ensure iPads have enough charge
and are equipped with correct apps
needed.
Set the iPads to guided mode in the
settings so that students can only use
the iPads for the selected task

Students with vision impairment


can have the app adjusted to
make it easier to use- by size,
colour, brightness
The task can be made easier if
students are struggling and they
can also be made more
challenging if required
Each group will have an assistant
to ensure all students have the
help and guidance they require.

LESSON EVALUATION (to be completed AFTER the lesson)


Assessment of Lesson Objective and Suggestions for Improvement:

Teacher self-reflection and self-evaluation:

[OFFICIAL USE ONLY] Comments by classroom teacher, HOPP, supervisor:

Time

LESSON DELIVERY (attach worksheets, examples, marking key,


etc, as relevant)
Resources/Refer
Motivation and Introduction:
ences
Align these with
The teacher will gather all students together on
the segment
the mat
where they will be
introduced.
Introduce the learning topic place vale
Break students into smaller groups for the activity
Lesson Steps (Lesson content, structure, strategies &
Key Questions):

1. In this lesson the students will be using the iPad.


The teacher will select guided mode for this
activity so that students may only use the iPad for
this app.

IPads with the


app pieces basic
downloaded
IPads set to
guided mode

2. The teacher/helpers will write a number on each


students iPads and the students will be asked to
display that number using the graph block in the
app.
3. The teacher/helpers will check to see that the
student has come to the correct answer and if
they have then the teacher/helper will give them a
new number to display. They will repeat this 2/3
times depending on how well the students are
responding.
4. Now the students will be asked to complete the
opposite. They will first make use the blocks to
display an amount and then they will write what
number they have created. This activity is
teaching student to recognise what a number
looks like in ones, tens and hundreds blocks.

Lesson Closure:(Review lesson objectives with


students)

The class will all get together on the mat again


The teacher will initiate discussion about the
lesson
Ask students what they did, what they learnt
Ask a few students to demonstrate what they did
on the iPad

Transition: (What needs to happen prior to the next


lesson?)

Students are directed to put away anything left


out from the lesson
Students are asked to move back to their desks


and await the teachers next instructions
Assessment: (Were the lesson objectives met? How
will these be judged?)
We will be assessing childrens ability to recognise place
value of ones, tens and hundreds. We will be looking for
students ability to listen, view and create numbers with
a place value up to 100s.
We will assess this by questioning the students during
the lesson about what they are doing and how they
have done it. We will record my findings by taking
photos of the students when they are working on each
activity, later these photos could be used for an English
lesson to write a recap of what they have learnt about
place value. We will also take notes throughout the
lesson on our findings. From our observations we can
recognise if the class are ready for the next stage in
learning place value or not. We can also look at students
individually and see if they need extra help to catch up.