LESSON PLAN PROJECT Amanda Luteran Jennifer Barkevich Katie Welch Monique Cunin
LessonTitle We are all part of a whole! • Our lesson will help students understand the various parts that comprise a whole fraction up to 12/12.
3rd Grade Math • Wewillbeworkingwithnumbers and operations, specificallyfractions. • Our lessonwilltake50 minutes, or one class period, to complete. • Wewillimplement a one teach- one driftstyle of teaching.
SC Curriculum Standard • Standard 3-2: The studentwilldemonstratethrough the mathematicalprocesses an understanding of the representation of wholenumbers and fractional parts; the addition and subtraction of wholenumbers; accurate, efficient, and generalizablemethods of multiplyingwholenumbers; and the relationshipsamong multiplication, division, and related basic facts. • Indicator3-2.5: Understand fractions as parts of a whole.
Bulliten Board SMART Board White Board Computer and Printer Classroom Layout The teachers take turns presenting the lesson. Door Table ADHD ADHD DD LD Work Table Work Table Special Education Teacher Desk Bookshekves Restroom Sink General Education Teacher Desk Filing Cab. One models, the other leads and so on… Bookshekves Rug
Instructional Objectives • The learningoutcome for thislesson: The students will identify and create fraction sets up to 12/12 with 100% accuracy. • We selected 12/12 because of the relevance to other items students encounter on a daily basis such as a carton of eggs, a dozen cookies, and 12 months in a year.
Materials, resources& technology Manipulatives – Fruit Loops and counters Construction papercircles Flash cards and folder Concrete items – books, pencilsand studentspairedwith a partner
Description of the Lesson • Modelfor 10 minutes • Use of concretematerialssuch as books and pencils • Leadfor 10 minutes • Studentswill use Fruit Loopsduring a guided practice exercise • Independent practicefor 10 minutes • Classwidepeertutoringusing flash cards and counters • Assessmentfor the remaining 15 minutes
InstructionalProcedures Teacher modeling lesson using books and pencils
InstructionalProcedures Presented by teacher during modeling Lead/Guided practice activity Student response
InstructionalProcedures Lead/Guided practice activity
InstructionalProcedures Independent Practice: classwide peer tutoring exercise using flash cards 2 3 5 10 6 8
Assessments • General assessment • Modifiedassessment for the studentswith a learningdisability and devlopmentaldelay • Modifiedassessment for the studentswith ADHD
ModifiedAssessment • For the studentswith: • Learning disability • Devlopmentaldelay • Includes: • Use of circle as a visual • Use of manipulatives • Bolded and colorcoordinated questions
ModifiedAssessment • For the studentswith: • ADHD • Includes: • Less questions • More spacingbetweeneachquestion • Use of a timer
StudentProducts • Our formative assessmentwill serve as ourstudentproductsincethisisour first lesson on fractions.
Supplemental Support • Classroom site maintained by teacher • Contains math web site link • www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fractions/fractionSet.htm • Other supplemental fraction practice exercises • Fraction cards go home with students • Homework