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Content Area: Mathematics Greatest Common Factor

Lesson Length: ___60___ minutes

Content Standards:

CCSS-M- 5.NF.2 Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions referring to the

same whole, including cases of unlike denominators.

CCSS-ELD-PI.5.1.Ex. Exchanging information and ideas with others through oral collaborative

discussions on a range of social and academic topics

CCSS-ELD-PI.5.3.Ex. Offering and supporting opinions and negotiating with others in communicative

exchanges

Learning Objective/Goal:

Students will determine the common factors and the greatest common factor of a set of numbers.

Introduction (3 minutes)

Teacher will start by presenting the objective of the lesson and telling students what they will be learning

about which is the greatest common factor. Before beginning, teacher will write the GCF on the board

and ask students to break down each word and share out the meaning of each word.

Anticipation student response: Greatest means biggest, common means the same, and factor is the

numbers that are multiplied together to get the product.

Taking the student response, combine all ideas and tells students that we will be finding greatest factors

from numbers that are the same.

Begin by telling students that they are going to learn two ways to find the GCF. The first method will

involve the prime factorization tree. Ask students if they remember how to do this. Remind students that

they learned about this a couple months back.

Guide students in creating a prime factorization tree for both numbers. Then ask students which common

prime numbers do both numbers have. After, take the common number and multiply the numbers to get

the GCF.

Tell students that they will now learn the second method to solving for the GCF. The second method

involves students thinking about all of the factors that can make up both numbers. Taking 12 and 18, ask

students to give you all of the possible factors of each number. Write the factors down and then order the

factors from least to greatest. Explain to students that ordering the numbers will allow students to see the

common factors. Circle the common factors. Ask students which common factor is the greatest.

Tell students that it is their turn to try both of these methods. Tell students to take out their white board.

Present problem 16, 24

Monitor students are they complete both methods for the problem. Go over problem after as a whole

class.

Tell students that they are now going to have a chance to work on a couple of problems with their clock

partners. Tell students to take out clock partner paper and tell student to work with their __ o clock

partner on three problems.

Allow students to pair up with their clock partner and work on the guided practice.

Tell students that they will now work on some problems independently. This will show how well their

have learned this concept. Tell students to quickly and quietly take out their math textbook and work on

page 559.

Closure (2 minutes)

After collecting the independent practice, teacher will ask students to share what they learned in todays

lesson. Teacher will also ask students to share out the two ways that can be use to solve for the greatest

common factor.

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