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Greta Lautenschuetz

Assistive Technology
Lesson Plan

(1) Standards:
A. Your Content Area
● K.OA.2b Solve addition and subtraction word problems within 10.
● CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.CC.C.6​ Identify whether the number of objects in one group
is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by
using matching and counting strategies.
● CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.OA.A.2
● Solve addition and subtraction word problems, and add and subtract within 10, e.g., by
using objects or drawings to represent the problem.
● CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.OA.A.1
● Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings,
sounds (e.g., claps), acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations.

B. www.iste.org
● Digital Citizen: Students recognize the rights, responsibilities and opportunities of living,
learning and working in an interconnected digital world, and they act and model in ways
that are safe, legal and ethical.
● Knowledge Constructor: Students critically curate a variety of resources using digital
tools to construct knowledge, produce creative artifacts and make meaningful learning
experiences for themselves and others.
● (For educators) Learner: ​Educators continually improve their practice by learning from
and with others and exploring proven and promising practices that leverage technology to
improve student learning.

(2) ​Lesson Objectives:


A. Content Area
1. Cognitive
a. Given previous lessons on adding, learner will demonstrate ability to comprehend
basic addition through the completion of three interactive mathematics stations
with at least 75% accuracy.
2. Affective
a. Learner will demonstrate ability to understand how addition is relative to many
aspects of their lives.
3. Language
a. Learner will demonstrate ability to understand the academic language that is used
in addition units
4. Psychomotor
a. Learner will demonstrate ability to appropriately interact with peers in the
classroom, will be able to listen intently, and will be able to participate in
activities throughout the lesson.
B. Technology
1. Learner will demonstrate ability to use the technology appropriately and with care.
2. Learner will be able to demonstrate comprehension of how technology can increase their
ability to understand basic addition skills.

(4) ​Introduce the Learning Activity


A. Describe how you will communicate the lesson objective to the students. How will
you tell them what they will learn in this lesson?
1. I will describe the lesson objectives to the students through the use of the a powerpoint at
the beginning of a the lesson. I will use student friendly language in this description of
the objectives.
B. Describe how you will provide a motivator. How will you get students interested
in this lesson?
1. The motivator for this lesson is going to be in the sheer fact that the students will be able
to get to use technology in the form of interactive mathematics games. I am teaching
kindergarten, and the students will be feeling like they are playing a computer game,
which in fact they are, but they will also be practicing their addition facts.
2. I will also motivate students in this lesson by allowing them to take on the roll of the
teacher in order to create a “test” in which they will provide an answer key. This will be a
fun activity that will motivate the students because they will be able to take on a different
role and it provides the students with a little bit more responsibility.

(5) ​Provide Information


A. Describe how you will provide any definitions, explanations, descriptions,
procedures, examples, and/or samples needed for this lesson.
1. At the beginning of the lesson I will go over a powerpoint in which the students will
follow along with in which I will review some examples and then model for the students
how to complete each activity.

(6)​Provide Practice
A. Describe how you will give students an opportunity to practice the exact task stated
in the objective.
1. Throughout this lesson I will give students many opportunities to practice the exact task
in the objectives. Students will engage in addition problems in all three of the centers that
they will be completing. Students will play one (two if time allows) website-based
addition games, they will take one online quiz, and then they will use the software
program Microsoft word in order to create a “test”.
B. Describe how you will give students an opportunity to practice the exact task stated
in the objective individually, as well as in groups. (You may have only individual practice, but
not solely group practice.)
1. Students will be completing each center individually, but they will rotate in groups. So
the students will be able to refer to each other if they need assistance, but they will be
completing each task individually.

(7) ​Provide Knowledge of Results


A. Describe how you will provide verbal feedback to the students on their practice
Efforts.
1. Throughout the lesson I will be walking around and providing direct feedback and
assistance to the students. I will also be walking around with a clipboard and a checklist
to make sure that I am keeping data of students that are on task and working. I can also
keep track of students that seem to be struggling during the lesson and what they are
struggling with.
B. Describe how you will provide written feedback to the students on their practice
Efforts.
1. For written feedback I will be providing my students with a rubric in order to see how
they did. Due to the fact that my students are only kindergarteners, I will be using a
visual rubric that will incorporate three faces to depict how well the students did on the
assessments and the lessons.
(8) ​Review
A. Describe how you will, or how you will have students, summarize the important
points in this lesson.
1. At the end of the lesson I will be having students complete a “ticket out the door” in
which they will email me one addition problem with the correct answer.

(9) ​Methods of Assessment


A. Describe how you will assess whether or not the students have learned the skills
outlined in the learning objective. Provide a sample test, rubric, scoring guide, etc.
1. I will assess how the students are doing on this lesson in multiple ways. One was is that I
will be walking around and taking notes about each student and how they are
progressing. Another way is that through the quizizz I will receive a report on the
students and how well the students did on the “quiz”. The third way I will assess students
is through their creation and completion of the “test” that they are making for me to take.
B. How would you assess Tech Skills?
1. I will assess tech skills by walking around and making sure that they are acting
appropriately with the technology. I will be looking to make sure that they are not
slamming on the keyboards, that they are sitting correctly at the computer, and that they
are recognizing the correct keys to press for the corresponding number.