## THIRD GRADE

Revised3rd.doc

Ticket Out.doc

Smartboard Files

Arrays.notebook

Arrays.pdf

REFLECTIONS:

- Differentiation - This lesson was not differentiated, but it lends itself nicely to differentiation by readiness. I taught this in two classes (Elbert Co. & Clarke Co.) and different groups emerged. Using the same arrays, you could alter the task to meet the child's readiness. The tasks:
- Identify the arrays given. Have a template for them to find arrays that fit in order to use the distributive property. (E.G. - A sheet of paper with a 9x7 array on which the student places the 9x5 and 9x2 puzzle pieces. S/he would still write the two number sentences on post-its.)
- Give the number sentences of the larger arrays they are to find: 9x7, 9x9, etc.
- Join 2 pieces to make a larger array (as it was done).
- Allow them to make any combination (2+ arrays) as long as they use the distributive property.

- Strategy Use - I meant to emphasize when they would use this. They wouldn't break down 8x10 into 8x5 + 8x5 because 8x10 is already likely a fact they know. This would be to break down facts they are still learning. I think I should have made that more explicit.

FRACTIONS LESSON

RevisedFractions Lesson grade 3.doc

Third Grade Fractions.notebook

3rd Grade Fractions.pdf (Notebook in PDF form)

## FOURTH GRADE

Lesson Plan

4threvised.doc

Smartboard Files

Triangles.notebook

4th Grade Triangles.pdf

Reflections:

Obviously I need to rewrite this so that the assembly of the angles is clearer; I also should have modeled the cutting of the angles to get *large* pieces that are easy to work with. I liked the suggestion to use transparencies for this lesson as well.

## FIFTH GRADE

Division Fractions.notebook

DiggingDeeperLesson5 revised.doc (revised)

DiggingDeeperLesson5-3.doc (original)

OTHER LESSONS:

Victoria DOE lesson on properties

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