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Direct Instruction Lesson Plan TemplateGeneral Information Lesson Title: Comparing Three-Digit NumbersSubject(s): MathGrade/Level/Setting: 2ndGrade General EducationPrerequisite Skills/Prior Knowledge:Students will need to understand place value in three-digit numbers.Standards and Objectives State/National Academic Standard(s):Standard - CC.2.1.2.B.1Use place value concepts to represent amounts of tens and ones and to compare three-digit numbers.Learning Objective(s): Students will be able to effectively compare three-digit numbers using the greater than, less than, or equal to sign.Materials TechnologyComputerSmartboardWhiteboardDry Erase MarkerEraserPlace Value BlocksSAMR Level: AugmentationThe teacher will use the Smartboard during direct instruction. The teacher will model how to compare three-digit numbers using the Smartboard. The teacher will model using digital place value blocks and student volunteers will come up to the board to show examples.Language DemandsLanguage Function(s):Explain: Students will be able to explain why numbers place value allows them to compare numbers using the greater than, less than, or equal to signs.Vocabulary:Place value, greater than, less than, equal toDiscourse and/or Syntax:Discourse: Students will be participating in number talks, which incorporates spoken language. They will be discussing place value in the ones, tens, and hundreds place while playing their card game after the direct instruction lesson.Planned Language Supports:Together, the teacher and students will read aloud the vocabulary words and definitions. This will provide students with comprehension skills to allow them to progress as a more fluent reader and understand the context of the vocabulary.Students will utilize turn and talk during the direct lesson, focusing on place value and comparing numbers.Instructional Strategies and Learning TasksAnticipatory Set:
Activity Description/TeacherStudent ActionsWe will begin by having a whole group discussion to activate prior knowledge on place value. The teacher will write two, three-digit numbers on the board. 121 and 111.