Math Lesson

# Math Lesson - volunteer to come up and solve the problems...

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Lauren Greene Flower Petal Subtraction  Everyday Mathematics in the mathematics classroom: Subtraction  Number of Students: Whole class Grade Level: First grade Length of Time: 20 minutes Standards:  COMPETENCY GOAL 1: The learner will read, write, and model whole  numbers through 99 and compute with whole numbers. 1.04     Create, model, and solve problems that use addition, subtraction, and  fair shares (between two or three). Materials:  ∙Laminated flower  ∙Worksheets for activity I. Objectives: ∙The student will be able to show how to solve subtraction problems  using manipulative materials and deductive reasoning. II.  Teaching/ Learning Procedure:  I will explain how you can use manipulatives to make subtraction  easier and will demonstrate by using the flower pedals to do a  subtraction problem.

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III. Guided Practice: I will write additional problems on the board and have the students
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Unformatted text preview: volunteer to come up and solve the problems using the flower pedals. IV. Independent Practice: After the completion of the lesson, I will ask the students to complete the subtraction worksheet to evaluate the students understanding of the lesson. V. Closure: I will review with the students the meaning of subtraction and any other key ideas. VI. Assessment: The subtraction worksheet will be used to assess the students understanding of the lesson. VII. Additional Reading: The Big Subtraction Book by Becky and Charlie Daniel. Good Apple, Inc., P.O. Box 299, Carthage, IL VIII. Manipulatives/Lesson Modifications: Other items may be used to teach the subtraction concept IX. Technology: http://www.aaamath.com/B/subk7gx2.htm This is a website that can be used to practice using objects in subtraction....
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