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Direct Instruction Lesson Plan TemplateGeneral Information Lesson Title: Working with Decimals and FractionsSubject(s): MathematicsGrade/Level/Setting: 4thGradePrerequisite Skills/Prior Knowledge:Knowledge of the four operations, equations, multistep problems, decimals, fractions, number lineStandards and Objectives State/National Academic Standard(s):4thGrade: MGSE4.NF.6 Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100. For example, rewrite 0.62 as 62/100; describe a length as 0.62 meters; locate 0.62 on a number line diagram. Learning Objective(s): The learning objective of the lesson is when given the materials for the lesson (anchor chart, problem(s),recordex board, document camera, background knowledge), students will be able to solve problems using fractions and decimals with at least 70% accuracy. Materials TechnologyAnchor chart from the previous lessonMath problems (Displayed in lesson)Recordex boardDocument cameraI will use the recordex board to model the problems in an engaging manner to guide a classroom discussion and I will be able toactivate my students background knowledge by doing so. Language DemandsLanguage Function(s):Explain: Students will need to explain their answer and which form they wrote it in.
Justify: Students will need to justify their strategy that they used. Discourse: Students will be engaged in discussions throughout the lesson. Vocabulary:Multi-step, equations, fractions, decimalsDiscourse and/or Syntax:The students will engage in discourse throughout the lesson to ensure that they have a completeunderstanding of fraction and decimal problems and are able to solve them individually. They will use discourse when turning to talk with their partner. The students will be using syntax when they are completing their answers using an answer sentence (use of words). Planned Language Supports:The teacher will use the turn-and-talk strategy for the students when discussing with their partners. The teacher will also have sentence stems for the students that typically struggle in math.