Teaching a multi-step math problem lesson - 22466

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Develop an original lesson plan that includes:
a. Teaching a multi-step math problem (a 30–40 minute lesson)
b. Providing the students with opportunities to solve problems that are structurally
similar to the ones previously taught (a 20–30 minute practice session)

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LESSON PLAN

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

Subject(s): Math

 

Topic or Unit of Study: Multi step math problems; Review

 

Grade/Level: 4th Grade

 

Instructional Setting:

 

Classroom is comprised of 17 students with one teacher.  Seating arrangement is one group of five students and three groups of six students at individual desks.  The lesson will include direct instruction using modeling and class participation followed by independent practice and class review.

 

STANDARDS AND OBJECTIVES

 

Your State Core Curriculum/Student Achievement Standard(s):

 

 M.O.4.1.7 add and subtract whole numbers (up to five –digit number) and decimals to the 1000th place, multiply (up to three digits by two-digits, and divide (up to a three digit number with a one and two-digit number). 

 

Lesson Objective(s):

 

Students will:

1. demonstrate understanding of numbers, ways of representing numbers, and relationships among numbers and number systems by an informal assessment to gage comprehension

2. be able to correctly complete at least two out of four multi-step word problems.

           

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES

 

Instructional Materials:

 

Overhead

Master problem sheets

Dry erase boards

Dry erase markers

Scrap paper

Pencils

Student Assessment Checklist

 

 

 

Resources:

Independent Practice Problems:  http://www.helpingwithmath.com/printables/worksheets/word_problems/4oa3word_problems01.htm

 

            INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN

 

Sequence of Instructional Procedures/Activities/Events (provide description and indicate a