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Model Lessons

Page history last edited by Karen Gerow 14 years, 5 months ago

 

 

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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