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KLA: Mathematics Date: 17/11/16 Time: 11.35 1.00 Class: Kindergarten School:
2.6 Implement teaching strategies for using ICT to expand curriculum learning opportunities for students.
3.4 Demonstrate knowledge of a range of resources, including ICT, that engage students in their learning.
4.2 Demonstrate the capacity to organise classroom activities and provide clear directions.
Outcome: MAe-4NA counts to 30, and orders, reads and represents numbers in the range 0 to 20
Objective / Learning Intention:
As a result of this lesson students will be able:
- to count backwards from a given number in the range 0 to 20.
- identify the number before and after a given number.
- read numbers to at least 20

3.1 & 3.2 Background / Cultural / Prior Knowledge:

All students can count on to 10, some students can count to 20 plus.

3.3 Knowledge integration: HSIE ENGLISH MATHS PDHPE SCIENCE &


3.4 Inclusivity 1.1 Deep Knowledge 1.4 Higher order 2.1 Explicit quality 2.4 Social support
thinking criteria
3.5 Connectedness 1.2 Deep 1.5 Metalanguage 2.2 Engagement 2.5 Student self regulation
3.6 Narrative 1.3 Problematic 1.6 Substantive 2.3 High expectations 2.6 Student direction
knowledge communication
Timing Procedure Considerations Assessment Differentiation
students Strategies
15mins Students will be coming in from recess. Laying on the
- They will be in a line outside the classroom. carpet.
- Bring them in for lazy lions (put relaxation music on for
them) Make sure Cooper
- This will go for 10mins and Steven are
News time. Get students to sit on the listening mat facing the not sitting next to
chair. each other.
- Students will be telling news. There will be about 4
students whose turn it is to do news
- Reward best listeners

Remind students who have trouble with number formation

that they should look at the numbers around the classroom to
help guide them when writing.
- Ask students to point out where the letters are in the
Review prior knowledge about:
- Counting to 20
- Counting on and counting backwards

BODY (G): Success Pick a card

15mins Get the class into a circle around the mat so everyone can The stations and criteria: Most students will pick
see the demonstration. rotations are part - count from the deck of cards
Explain what is at each station. of the classes backwards that are 1-10. Students
Demonstrate the two new rotation activities to the class. regular routine from a given may then have the
- Pick a card: this activity needs explicitly explaining number in option to make it more
on the whiteboard the range 0 challenging by picking
- Sum of all dice. This game is on the IPad but can be to 20. from the 10-20 deck.
demonstrated on the IWB - identify the Billy should be
Check for understanding. Include students in the number choosing from this
demonstration. Allow them the opportunity to have a go at before and deck at the beginning.
solving it. after a given
40 mins number. Sum of all dice
Assign students to their groups (Ability groups). - read and count Depending on the
numbers to students ability, the
BODY (E): at least 20 amount of dice they
Pick a card students pick a card then write their number use can be a way to
on their sheet. They then count on twice from that number, differentiate.
and count backwards twice and record their answers. Worksheet - Billy and Teak will use a
(Individual) assessment of minimum of three
Connect the dots students have to be able to count on counting on dice. Billy may want
from one to connect the dots to make a picture. (individual) and counting to add another dice.
Ipad Sum of all dice: students practice addition with dice back. (Pairs) Connect the dots
IWB - counting by one's and ten's. (Groups) Worksheets The lower ability assessment of students can do 1-10
Place value - On A4 paper, have the number 1-12 written on counting from dots. The only students
pieces of paper e.g. 1, 2, 3. Students are to place the 1-30 who should be doing
dominoes that add up to that number in the right category. that are RR, CS, SW.
(Groups/Individual) Most of the class
Observations of should be doing the 1-
students 20. The higher ability
working at can choose from either
each station. 30 or 50 dots. If they
Anecdotal finish early, they can
notes will be colour in or begin a
taken. harder one.

5mins Address observed common mistakes made by the students. Sitting back on
Demonstrate what they were doing wrong. the floor.
Allow them the opportunity to correct their mistake.
- Ask if they liked the new rotations?
- What they found hard or easy?
- What didnt they like?

Supervising teacher: Date: