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Field Experience B: Application of Content Todd A. Kraus EDU – 470 Research-Based Methods and Strategies of Teaching Mathematics Course December 19, 2018 In my observation in Mrs. Sharon Schluterbuschs’ class this week I was tasked with the assignment of creating a lesson plan to engage a small group of students in mathematics that applied to real world problems. For this group of students which includes two IEP students and one ELL student I chose to present a lesson on problem solving. I gave the students varying amounts of money and then presented them with word problems relating to performing a chore and then using the money they were paid to complete the chore what could they purchase. I created a chart with an earned line and a cost line to visually enhance the exercise. One example was “Todd earned $20 raking leaves for his neighbor and wants to buy a new tire for his bike. He goes to the bike shop and a new tire is $18. Does Todd have enough money to purchase the tire?” On the chart I had them place a blue chip on the amount earned and a red chip on the cost of the
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  • Fall '17
  • Todd A. Kraus, small group of students

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