Sherry Breeden Mrs.

Breeden's First Grade 2016/2017
Monday, March 6th, 2017
Math/Guided Math Groups
Week 23 - Data Analysis
Standards
1.MD.4 Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data
points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another. Ohio

Materials
Items Needed:
-”Arctic Flip Flop”
-Graphing Worksheet

Objective
students will:
*Students will represent and
interpret data.

Lesson

1. Warm up by having your
students play, “Arctic Flip Flop.”

2.Review graphing by having
your students complete the
graphing worksheet.

3.Assess based on
completion of the
graphing page.

RTI/ESL
Groups:

Red: Iliyas, Sienna, Muhusin, Fadumu, Fnu, Zahra

Adds whole numbers with sums within 5, in horizontal format
Adds whole numbers with sums within 5, in vertical format
Understands the meaning of the addition symbol

Yellow: Rahma, Anas Musse, Muna, Ahmed, Aamina

Understands the commutative property of addition for sums within 20
Identifies a number one less than a given whole number on a number line
Identifies a number one more than a given number within 10
Identifies a number one more than a given whole number on a number line
Adds whole numbers with sums within 10
Adds whole numbers with sums within 20
Adds whole numbers with sums within 5
Subtracts whole numbers within 10 in vertical format
Determines the operation symbol that completes an equation
Understands the meaning of the addition symbol

Green: Suhayla, Faiza, Yasin, Sumaya, D'awn

Understands the commutative property of addition for sums within 20
Identifies a number one less than a given whole number on a number line
Identifies a number one more than a given number within 10
Identifies a number one more than a given two‑digit number within 20
Identifies a number one more than a given whole number on a number line

Adds three or more whole numbers with sums within 10
Adds whole numbers with sums within 10
Adds whole numbers with sums within 20
Adds whole numbers with sums within 5
Subtracts whole numbers within 10
Subtracts whole numbers within 5

Determines the operation symbol that completes an equation
Understands the meaning of the addition symbol
Understands the meaning of the equal symbol

Purple: Yasir, Abdullahi, Polan, Hamdi, Yasmin

Understands the commutative property of addition for sums within 20
Identifies a number one less than a given whole number on a number line
Identifies a number one more than a given number within 10
Identifies a number one more than a given two‑digit number within 20
Identifies a number one more than a given whole number on a number line

Adds three or more whole numbers with sums within 10
Adds whole numbers with sums within 10
Adds whole numbers with sums within 20
Adds whole numbers with sums within 5
Subtracts whole numbers within 10
Subtracts whole numbers within 5

Determines the operation symbol that completes an equation
Understands the meaning of the addition symbol
Understands the meaning of the equal symbol
Understands the facts that make up a fact family
Determines the operation symbol that completes an equation
Understands the meaning of the subtraction symbol
Determines start or change unknown in subtraction equations with whole numbers within 20
Determines the missing addend in an equation
Determines the missing addend in an equation, using models
Determines the missing number in a subtraction equation with the difference given
Determines unknown parts in addition equations with whole numbers, sums within 20
Solves for the unknown change in a subtraction equation within 10 using a number line

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