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LESSON PLAN Subject: math

Trainee: Nawar Rashed Topic or Theme: pie charts

Class: EY2 Date & Duration: 13 – 3 – 2019 / 45 mins

Trainee Personal Goals

I am working on my delivery of the lesson and using more technology in the class room

Lesson Focus

- Conceptual Understanding: Information can be expressed as organized and structured


data.

Lesson Outcomes

- Students will be able to create pie charts and compare data, Graph real objects and
comparing quantities using number words.

Links to Prior Learning


- Students know what data is, and how it’s interpreted into numbers.
- Students know what pie charts are.
21st Century Skills
Social skills: students will interact with each other in groups and with the teacher.
Communication: the student will communicate inside the class and some of them will
communicate with students from other classes.
Creativity: students will use playdoh to create pie charts.
Media literacy: I will use PowerPoint to explain what pie charts are are and how they work.
Key vocabulary

pie charts – more than – less than – least – most.

Possible problems for learners Solutions to possible problems


Students might not understand how to The teacher will demonstrate on the board how to
color in a pie chart count votes then colour the pie charts.

Resources/equipment needed

A3 sheets – PowerPoint – playdoh – survey sheets – pie charts.


TASKS/ACTIVITIES
Resources
Introduction
& Time
Students will: Teacher will:

Animal survey Review tally charts and answer Review tally charts, ask questions, and
teacher’s questions and sing the jog their memory.
5 mins tally chart song.
Use the survey that the students did for
Listen to the teacher and HUB’s name to create a pie chart. She
participate, they will help the will ask the students to count with her
teacher create the class pie chart and participate.
using previous information from the
tally chart lesson.
Resources
Main activities
& Time
Students will: Teacher will:

PowerPoint Sit on the carpet and listen to the Explain how pie charts work using the
teacher as she explains the power point, she will ask questions and
5- 7 mins PowerPoint. They will ask answer students questions if they ask.
questions if they have any and
answer the teacher’s questions. Teacher will ring the bell for the
students to rotate groups.
Students will rotate and at least do
two activities. Higher level groups
will do the same activity first then
have extra work if they finish early.
Differentiation activities (Support group)

- On the green table with the teacher, Aafiyah, Al Reem, Misha, and Elaina.
- Use one survey sheet with data about favourite fruit in it to fill the A3 pie chart.
- They will use play doh and only put numbers up to 8.
- During rotation the high-level group will do higher numbers with individual charts.

Differentiation activities (core group 1)

- On the round table, Aisha Georgia, Madelyn, Hamza, and Roy.


- They will look at the animal collection in the zoo picture, count the different types of
animals.
- After they count the animals and write down the numbers and put them in their
individual pie chart.

Differentiation activities (core group 2)

- On the carpet, Fatimah Emir, Dana, Seayule, Talia, Jack, Zac, and Wdeema in circle.
- They will play the I have game with the learning assistant, each student will get a card
that has “I have #, who has ## ” written on it.
- They will sit in a circle and after the student is done reading his or her card the student
with the answer will go next.
- They will place the cards that they are finished with in the middle.

Differentiation activities (Stretch/ challenge group)

- Mohammed, Zahra, Mysha, Victoire, and Rayan, will go with the teacher to another EY2
class to interview them about their favourite animal.
- They will record the data on the survey sheet and then put in tallies on their A4 sheet.
- They will go back to the class and transfer the data to their individual pie charts.

Resources
& Time Plenary/Conclusion

Students will Teacher will


5- 7 mins Present their pie chart to the class Listen and observe the students as they
Tally charts and explain what they did. They will present, and then ask questions to make
answer the teacher’s questions sure everyone understands.

Homework None
Assessment
Strategies: Observation sheet.

☐ Observation ☐ Student self- ☐ Oral questioning ☐ Peer assessment


assessment

☐ Quiz ☐ Student presentation ☐ Written work ☐ Verbal feedback


and feedback