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Date: October,2, 2017 Student: 25

Time: 8:05-8:45 am School: Ajman Academy


MST: Miss Farah Class: FMA-Grade 2
Student-
Unit: Addition/Subtraction. Najat Abdulkariem
Teacher:

Prior Knowledge (What knowledge are you building on?)

Students are able to add two single digits up to 20.

Lesson Objectives: These must be SMART objectives specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time bound
By the end of the lesson, students will be (better) able to

Discover the double of numbers up to 20.

Evaluation / Assessment: (How will you know your students have achieved the goal?)
(How will you evaluate the objectives that were identified? Have students practiced what you are asking them to do for
evaluation?)
- Using the checklist.
- Observe students working on the activities.

Resources: (for each activity)


Activity 1:
Talk to your partner.
Students in groups.

Activity 2:
Doubling the students.
Taking the students outside of the class.
Activity 3:
Add math equation.
Math equation cards.

Activity 4:
Differentiation:
Look for the cards.
Solve your cards.
Cubes.
Box.
Question cards.

Extension:
Solve the worksheet.

Activity Name What the teacher does What the children do Comments:
1. Greeting the students 1. Students will sit on the
Opening(warmer and take the registration. carpet for the The greeting will
activity) carpet 2. Introduce the lesson attendance.
make children
time through a funny hand story. ( 2. Students will then
feel welcomed
listen to the story and
Give a brief summary about and be focused.
participate with the
doubling idea. )
teacher. ( The teacher Instruct the
3. Ask students to work as
will introduce doubling students before
pairs, and represent the for the students. ) moving outside
numbers. ( Allow the students 3. Students will copy the classroom will
to discover by themselves each other and find the
how may they double fingers.) facilitate the
doubling number.
4.The students will move activity and avoid
4. Instruct the students and any misbehavior
in groups with the
do the activity. teacher. the teacher may
5. Take the students outside the 5. Work on the activity and get face.
involved in the lesson. The story is a way
class in groups.
to demonstrate
the lesson and get
the students
attention.
Activity phase 1. The teacher will get the 1. The students will move
(students will do students divided in two in groups with the Applying checklist help
the activity) teacher.
groups. both students and
2. Work on the activity and
2. The teacher will choose for teacher to fill the missing
get involved in the
example, one student from learning in students
lesson.
one group and ask another knowledge.
3. Students will be working
student to double from the on the activity and
Within the different
other group. And then discussing their
activities, the students
choose two, four, etc. knowledge with the
will get the opportunity to
3. The teacher will then teacher.
discover by themselves
integrate adding the same and get to be part of the
number to clarify the teaching process.
doubling.
4. To make it more fun and
get the students
understand, the teacher
will double the other
teacher ( or the assistant
teacher!).
5. The teacher will ask the
students to go back to their
classroom and sit in their
places.
6. Observing and work around
while students to check their
understanding.
7. Give the students the
materials they need to work
on the activities..
8. Ask students while they are
working on the activities and
using the KWL sheet.
Closing 1. Ask students to represent
their work to their 1. Present their work. Wrap up will inform the
classmates. 2. Discuss with the teacher teacher if the students
2. Students will demonstrate using the idea of achieved the learning
what they learned and doubling. outcomes or if they need
understand. more to cover the lesson
target.

Supporting activities:
Description of activities:

Description of activity 1:
Talk to your partner. Students will discuss with each other about finding the double of some numbers. Student
A will represent a number with his/her fingers and student B should imitate the same number and then swap
roles with new numbers.

Learning Outcome(s):
Students will get to discover the concept of doubling.

Description of activity 2:
Doubling the students. The students will move outside and be divided into two groups. The teacher will choose
one student from group A ,than one student from group B to double the number ( one). The teacher will then
repeat with different number of students.
Learning Outcome(s):
Recognize the doubling numbers.

Description of activity 3:
Add math equation. The students will get a card with an addition question ( depending to their ability) then
they will solve it.
Learning Outcome(s):
Enhance students to add in finding the double numbers.

Description of activity 4:
Look for your card. Students will get a box and question cards. They will take the cards and try to solve using
the cubes.
( What number is double 2,3,4,5,6,7)
- Easy level.
Solve your cards. Students will have four cards, hung it up on a rope. They will solve the cards without s cubes.
( What number is double 2,3,4,5,6,7)
- Hard level.
Learning Outcome(s):
Students will choose the activity they think they can solve Scaffold students to a higher level.

Reflection:

1. Once I got into the lesson, I felt more comfortable. I attract the students' attention
when I change my voice during the opening part.
2. Applying the learning activities, allow the students to get more chance to practice on
doubling.
3. The students were able to answer the critical thinking questions from the checklist, they
respond to the questions easily.
4. Unfortunately, I wasnt monitoring the time after the first two activities, and we spent
so much time that we had to rush through the other activities because, I spend much
time on telling the story.
5. Next time, I will avoid applying differentiation activities because, this limited the
students ability.