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LESSON PLAN

Primary Special Education


Ms. L. Cruz
TITLE: DATE: Ongoing/ As
Identifying needed
Number Names and
Concepts
SUBJECT: Math GRADE: Kinder- 3rd
TIME: Dependent on PERIOD: Dependent on
Resource Service Resource Service
Schedule Schedule
ESLRs: COMMON CORE
Gain knowledge STANDARDS:
Utilize technology K.CC.A.1-7 Counting and
Increase Cardinality
communication and 1.NBT.A.1-3 Number and
social skills Operations in Base Ten
Help create a 2.NBT.A.1-3 Number and
productive learning Operations in Base Ten
environment 3.NBT.A.1 Use place value
Actively solve understanding to round
problems whole numbers to the
Nurture cultural nearest 10 or 100
differences
OBJECTIVES: LEARNING
When presented with a TARGETS (I CAN):
number, student will be `I can name my numbers
able to identify its `I can count
corresponding name in
3 out of 5 trials, but not
limited to.
When presented with
items/images, student
will be able to count the
number of items in 3
out of 5 trials, but not
limited to.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS/
STRATEGIES: RESOURCES/ASSIS
`Cooperative learning
`Whole class discussion
TIVE TECHNOLOGY:
`One-to-one instruction `Tablets, projector,
`Hands-on instruction computer, flashcards,
`Drill and practice Math notebooks, Number
`Life skill connection name and concept
worksheets (varied depending on student
needs),
MODIFICATIONS/ACCOMMODATI CLASSROOM LAYOUT:
ONS: `seated at table near board
`simplified, repeated instruction `provide one to one instruction on another
`extended time table if needed
`peer mentoring
`color coding
`breaks if needed
`frequent checks for understanding
`praises

PREVIOUS LESSON/MATERIAL RELATED TO LESSON:


`students goals are on number name identification and number concept.
`Students have been exposed to number (counting and concepts), but need additional
practice to reach mastery of skill.
`Students are exposed to numbers across all content areas and in different educational
settings.
LESSON OUTLINE
TIME: STEPS:
5 min INTRODUCTIO ` Inform students that they will be practicing their
N: numbers and counting.
Review of numbers ` Ask students if they remember any numbers.
-if they do, then ask them to name some.

5 min MOTIVATION: `Have students count together from 0-5, 0-10,


Counting /Media depending on group level
Clips `Have students watch video clips on tablet or via
projector on numbers (raps, stories, etc.) (different clips
can be shown routinely to students)
`Have students sing along to the video clips

10 min EXPLORATION: `Introduce students to number(s)


Learning the (5 per week, 1 per day, etc. depending on student
numbers needs)
`Introduce students to numbers along with their
concepts
~The following are activities that can be carried out
-Pull a number from a paper bag
-View the numbers on tablets or through projector
-View numbers posted on the board
`Have student practice the number name and concept
during activity
`Give student counters and have them count (number
depends on student levels and progression)
`Write a number on the board, show it on a flashcard, or
dictate number and have students show how many
through the counters.
5 min GENERALIZATI `Inform students that they will practice naming the
numbers they have just learned.
ON: `Have students practice writing numbers in order
Practicing the beginning from previously learned number (depending
number names and
concepts on what level the student is on) in Math notebook.
`Have students practice numbers and its concepts on
flashcards daily (Increase flashcards as more numbers
are learned).
`Have students copy/trace the numbers in their Math
notebooks
`Instruct students to say the name of the letter while
they write and trace each letter. (This can be a daily
exercise)
`Have student complete number name and concept
identification worksheets as needed.
`Have students count in order beginning from a given
number (orally or written)

1. Have students write the numbers of the names


and/or number concepts being dictated.
2. Using number charts and white board makers,
have students circle numbers that are being
dictated or shown through number concepts.
3. Have students place counters on a dry-erase
working mat and count them and write the
number of items.
`Have students do number activities on tablets or
computers applications.

Ongoing APPLICATION: `Give students daily exercises to apply their knowledge


(daily Using numbers and of letters names and sounds.
routines) its concepts 1. Have students count things around the room.
2. Have students identify number names and
concepts during other lessons or activities.
3. Have students identify numbers in phone
numbers, addresses, room numbers, etc.
4. Have students carry out physical activities with
numbers (10, 20 jumping game, number bingo,
classroom inventory)
5. Student will practice analyzing and deciding
which number, out of two, is bigger and smaller.
(through the use of counters or a number line)

Ongoing CLOSURE/REVI `Have students continue number names and concept


(daily EW: exercises.
`Frequently discuss the importance knowing letter
review as names and sounds.
needed) `Praise students when letter names are used and
applied.
`Continue exercises until master is reached.
`Apply knowledge on fieldtrips
ASSESSMENTS
BEHAVIORAL: ORAL/WRITTEN: OTHER:
`Fieldtrip activities `Oral exercises `Standardized tests as
`Physical activities/outdoor `Worksheets needed
games
REFLECTION/COMMENTS: