EDUC623 LESSON PLAN-Rosetta.docx - Liberty University School of Education Lesson Plan Template Planning(Part B PART B PLANNING PRELIMINARY INFORMATION

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Liberty University School of Education Lesson Plan Template: Planning (Part B) P ART B: P LANNING P RELIMINARY I NFORMATION Date of Lesson: May 24, 2020 Grade Level: 2 nd Grade Subject/Topic: Math Learning Segment Theme: Subtraction Where in the learning segment does this lesson occur? Beginning Middle End Lesson Structure or Grouping: Whole Class Small Group 1:1 Other (specify): Click or tap here to enter text. Student Assets (Knowledge of Students) Personal (Interests, family backgrounds, experiences, etc.) All families use number and math on a daily basis for solving everyday math problems like purchasing everyday items (clothes, food, personal items) Cultural (Traditions, dialects, worldview, literature, arts, etc.) Unsure Community (Landmarks, community events, etc.) Unsure Developmental (Cognitive, physical, social, and emotional) Students are proficient with numbers, reading, writing, and identifying the place value of each digit. C ONSIDER THE F OLLOWING Q UESTION FOR THE NEXT SECTION OF THIS F ORM : What are your goals for student learning and why are they appropriate for these students at this time? B IG I DEA OR C ONCEPT BEING T AUGHT – C ENTRAL F OCUS The main goal for this lesson is to have students properly identify numbers and solve mathematical substation problems with the correct result. This lesson is designated for students to gain stills for higher math like dividing and multiplying. R ATIONALE /C ONTEXT FOR L EARNING – J USTIFICATION FOR YOUR P LANS Why this lesson at this time, for this group of learners? How does it connect to previous learning or succeeding lessons? This lesson is great for these students because we will begin identifying numbers when using subtraction. This connects with previous learning the opposite of addition is subtraction. When applying these skills students will know that 6-4=2 so 4+2= 6. P RIOR K NOWLEDGE AND C ONCEPTIONS What prior knowledge Click or tap here to enter text. must students already know to be successful with this lesson? Students must be familiar with reading, writing, recognizing numbers. What prior skills must students already know to be successful with this lesson? Students must have knowledge and understand addition before they can understand subtraction is considered the opposite of addition. What prior academic language must students already know Students must understand mathematical language of addition, numeration, and
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