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Group Lesson Plan: Sarah Alazzary

Multiplication and Division Outside
of Class

Third Grade

Length of Lesson
Lesson Overview/

Four Weeks of 30 Minute Periods
Students will have the ability to interpret products or
whole numbers and use multiplication and divisions
within 100 confidently. Students will be able to
incorporate the multiplication and division skills they
learn in their everyday life. The students will use of
Kidspiration which incorporates visual learning, and it
helps students to see how ideas are connected in
symbols and charts and realize how information can be
grouped and organized. It also helps the students
integrate new knowledge and helps students think
critically. They can use the main points of the lesson plan
in day-to-day activities. Teacher will explain how to use
Kidspiration which is a concept mapping software and
use the template assigned. Kidspiration has linear
writing mode, a chart and graph making mode, and a
money counting mode, as well as colorful graphics and a
voice. Both can be used as brainstorming tools and as a
presentation organizer as well and because these
products promote visual learning, there are may
opportunities for students to use the software to create
diagrams and charts of curriculum ideas. The teacher is
using the Universal Design for Learning approach as it
helps serve all learners, regardless of ability, disability,
age, gender, or cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
Kidspiration’s use in the classroom will fulfill the 3
principals of the Universal Design for Learning approach,
it allows teachers a variety of methods to present
information, students will be able to demonstrate what
they know through multiple means, and the templates
and tools provided by the Kidspiration software will tap
into the students interests, motivating students by
offering adjustable levels of challenge.
Michigan Common Core State Standards for Mathematics:
Kindergarten (Operations and Algebraic Thinking)
1. Interpret products of whole numbers.
2. Interpret whole- number quotients of whole



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3. Use multiplication and division within 100 to solve
word problems in situations involving equal groups,
arrays, and measurements quantities.
4. Determine the unknown whole number in a
multiplication or division equation relating three
whole numbers.
International Society for Technology in Education
National Educational Technology Standards for Schools (NET-S)
 Standard 2: Communication and Collaboration
 Standard 3: Research and Information Fluency
 Standard 5: Digital Citizenship

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to:
 Solve for the product of whole numbers.
 Solve for the quotients of whole numbers.
 Solve by using multiplication and division within
100 to solve word problems in situations involving
equal groups.
 Determine the unknown whole number in a
multiplication or division equation.
 Work efficiently with a group of other students.
 Brainstorm and negotiate successfully among the
 Show that a variety of methods may present

Technology Uses

Students will use an approved link to access the 30 Day
free trial of Kidspiration. There will also be helpful links in
case the students have any trouble with using
Kidspiration. Teacher will also create a blog for students
to be able to communicate and brainstorm with her/him
and each other. The directions and rubric will also be
posted in the blog for any child who lost the original
sheet. Students will also use Quizard Lite to improve in
their multiplication and division skills at home. There will
be a survey provided so that the teacher may assess
what the children have grasped from the lesson plan, and
on the methods such as the use of Kidspiration, Group
work, and Visual learning.
 Notebooks for brainstorming.
 iPhone or iPad in order to access the apps.
 Computer’s in order to access the blog and the



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Kidspiration Website.
 Rubric Sheet
 Flash Drive
1. Teacher will begin by evaluating the student’s
current knowledge of multiplication and division of
whole numbers by creating an entertaining game
for the class to participate.
2. Teacher will then proceed to teach the learning
objectives and in the end of every week he or she
will present the students with a survey about what
they understood and what they did not.
3. Teacher will use the survey as a guide in order to
focus on any lacking areas he or she might have
missed or did not focus as much in.
4. Teacher will then introduce the group project and
the requirements needed for it.
5. The video needs to incorporate how students could
use multiplication, division and the skills they’ve
learned in their daily lives.
6. Teacher will then split the students in groups
between 3 and 4 students.
7. Teacher will then explain how to use the Internet
efficiently and safely.
8. Teacher will then provide link to the website in
which students will be able to download the 30 Day
Free Trial of Kidspiration.
9. Once the software is downloaded, students will look
at the instructions posted on the blog that the
teacher has instructed.
The Teacher will post that in order to access
the template needed for the assignment, students
must click on the software and under activities they
click on math. Once the pop up page opens,
students will be instructed to click on the building
array template and begin the assignment.
The students will then be assigned of their
roles in their group, Leader, Recorder, Checker and
The Leader of the group is the student
responsible who organizes the final product of the
project and make sure it meets up to the rubric.
The Recorder is the person responsible for
taking notes whenever the group meets and
keeping track of group information.


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The Checker is the person who is responsible
for double-checking the information and
The spokesperson is the person who is
responsible for summarizing the final project.
The teacher will continuously update the blog
page he or she creates in order to be helpful to the
The teacher will post a survey for the
students to take afterward the assignment in order
to assess their knowledge.
The teacher will also make notecards on
Quizard Lite, which allows the teacher to write a set
of twenty flash cards online so students could
access the notecards when at home, and continue
to practice their skills.
 Students are able to solve for the product of whole
 Students are able to solve for the quotients of while
 Students are able to solve word problems within
100 using multiplication and division.
 Students are able to know the unknown whole
number in a multiplication or division equation.
 Students are able to efficiently work well with other
 Students are able to demonstrate that they have
understood the material through the template.


Group Lesson Plan: Sarah Alazzary


3 Points
The students have
an understanding
and they all have
Teamwork done their fair share
and Roles
in the project. Each
of Each
has turned in their
own contribution to
the assignment.(Ex:
Brainstorming ideas,
thoughts, notes,
3 Points
Students followed
the tutorial the
teacher provided
Use of
and were capable of
producing an
n Template
excellent template
confidently with
visual arts.
3 Points
Students have given
exemplary examples
about multiplication
and division in
everyday situations.
(Ex: Dividing a
dozen cupcakes at a
Informatio party with 6 friends,
n and
figuring out how
Examples many friends to
drinks they may
need, etc.) Students
have truly grasped
the objectives of the



2 Points
The students
have done the
assignment and
seem to have an
but did not turn in
their own
contribution to
the assignment,
only 2 out of the
2 Points
Students followed
the steps but
lacked certain
steps. The
template lacked
the correct

0 Points
None of the
students seem
to have an
for the material
and have not
turned in any of
contribution to
O Points
Students did
not follow the
steps and did
not provide a

2 Points
Students have
given poor
examples to
support how
multiplication and
division is used in
Students seem
unsure about the
objectives of the
lesson, they are
not entirely

O Points
Students have
not given any
examples, or
seem to have
of the
objectives in
the lesson.


Total Assignment Score:


Group Lesson Plan: Sarah Alazzary


Group Lesson Plan: Sarah Alazzary