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DeLisle 1 John DeLisle CIMT 301 Lesson Plan 5 of 5 Check Writing Unit Grades 7 Time allotted: 43 minutes Background: The purpose of this lesson is for students to briefly review the information from this unit. Students should be proficient in the knowledge of the terms of check writing, how to write a check, how to transfer the information to the check register, and how to balance the checkbook. Objectives: 1. When provided test questions, the average of the students in the class will exceed 70%. ( BTL.1.1.1, Cognitive) Materials: 1. Pen 2. Transactions Handout 3. Test Sheet Procedures: 1. Introduction and Motivation 1. I will introduce the lesson for the day. Today, we will be reviewing the material covered for this unit and taking a post-test. The post-test will be taken for a grade. 2. Lesson Body 1. We will review the previous lessons. As a class students will identify and define the terms discussed in class.
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Unformatted text preview: • Students will identify where those terms are used on the check. 2) I will pass out the test for the students to complete. • Students are to record their first name and their last initial. DeLisle 2 • The test will include:-Terminology-Check writing-Recording transactions in the check register-Balancing the checkbook 3. Lesson Closure 1. Students will have completed the test. 2. Main points emphasized: 1. Checking terminology 2. Writing a check 3. Recording transactions in a check register 4. Balancing a checkbook Evaluation: A) Student Assessment 1) Students were assessed formally as well as informally. • Formal assessment-Students completed a test demonstrating their knowledge of the subject. • Informal assessment-Students actively participated in a review session....
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