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Title: Grocery Shopping

Analyze learners
• Number of Students: 18
• 7 Males, 11 Females
• Age Range: 7-8 years old
• Cultural/Ethnic Notes
• Chamoru 60%
• Filipino 25%
• Caucasian 5%
• Micronesian 7%
• African American 3%
• Current Knowledge, Prerequisites, and Notes about Learner Attitudes

• Prior Knowledge in using Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet
• Learning Styles
• Visual 65%
• Auditory 5%
• Kinesthetic 30%

State objectives
1. Students will search for different grocery supplies and their prices
using various newspaper ads.
2. Students will make predictions on which supermarket they think will
be the cheapest.
3. Students will list the amount of each item and the total cost in each supermarket
using a digital spreadsheet.
4. Students will compare the prices of the grocery items and graph it using the
digital spreadsheet.
Select instructional methods, media, and materials
• Method
• Cooperative Group Learning
• Media
• Computer with Microsoft Excel
• Materials
• Newspaper Ads on different Grocery Stores/ Supermarkets
• Paper
• Pencil
• Play money
• Grocery Learning Center

Utilize media and materials


Introduction
Teacher will introduce lesson by having the students learn and sing the song “Shopping
Time”
“Shopping Time” (Sung to the tune of Farmer in the Dell)
A shopping we will go, a shopping we will go.
We will buy some vegetables, a shopping we will go.
A shopping we will go, a shopping we will go,
We will buy some yummy fruits, a shopping we will go.
A shopping we will go, a shopping we will go
To find the best saving store, a shopping we will go.

Exploration

• Students will be in 3 groups of 6. Teacher will announce what supermarket each


group is assigned to. As a group they will predict which supermarket they believe
if a money saver.
• Each group will be given newspaper ads of three supermarkets and a shopping
list. The students will have to find the items on the list at all three supermarkets.
• Students will use Microsoft Excel and create three graphs for each supermarket
containing the prices of each grocery and the total amount.
Example:

• Students will compare the prices of each grocery item from all three stores using
a bar graph.
o Example:
6
Payless
4
2
0 Crown
Market
Island Fresh

Generalization
As a group students will present their findings.
The group will present on:
1. Their prediction
2. The different price ranges and total amounts.
3. The money saving store out of all three.
And if prediction was correct\

Application
Students will role play grocery shopping. Students will be assigned roles such as
cashiers, baggers, manager, shoppers, etc.. Teacher will give students play money and
go pretend shopping.

Require learner participation


Students are given the opportunity to work in groups to find money saving items in
different supermarkets. Students are able to cooperate and help each other find the
items. Students need to respond to teacher’s questions during the lesson. Role playing
will give them an opportunity of experiencing grocery shopping, and gain math and
social skills. Teacher will assess students’ performance by observing how they
cooperate in groups, data is done correctly, presentation of data, and role playing.

Evaluate and revise


Elements Excellent Good Fair
Cooperation Contribute Contribute to the Contribute
consistently and group inconsistently to
actively to the group discussions the group
discussions
Media
Lesson Delivery
Role Play