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Direct Instruction Lesson Plan TemplateGeneral Information Lesson Title: Ratio TablesSubject(s): MathGrade/Level/Setting: 6thGrade MathematicsPrerequisite Skills/Prior Knowledge: Relationship between multiplication and division, ratios, equivalentfractionsStandards and Objectives State/National Academic Standard(s):Standard - CC.2.1.6.D.1: Understand ratio concepts and use ratio reasoning to solve problems.Learning Objective(s): Students will be able to use multiplication and division in order to fill in a ratio table.Materials TechnologyComputerSmartBoardGuided NotesIndependent Practice SheetChromebookAugmentation: The use of iXL online mathematics software will allow students to check for understanding. It will allow students immediate feedback for individual questions, so if students get questions incorrect, it will explain each one in depth. Teacher can also monitor whole class’s progress on live setting.Language DemandsLanguage Function(s):Explain: Students will be able to explain how you can apply the operations of multiplication and division as a pattern in a ratio table.Vocabulary:Ratio, ratio table, equivalent ratio, multiplication, division, Discourse and/or Syntax:Discourse: The teacher will follow through during the guided lesson while questioning, defining, and
explaining the reasoning behind patterns in a ratio table.Planned Language Supports:The teacher will introduce the lesson with previously known vocabulary from prior knowledge. This will help with introducing new vocabulary that students can turn and talk to hypothesize what it may mean.Instructional Strategies and Learning TasksAnticipatory Set:Activity Description/TeacherStudent ActionsThe teacher will begin the lesson with a blank slide and ask the students, “What do we already know about ratios?”. The teacher will ask the students to turn and talk to the members at their table. The teacher will walk around the room to check for understanding of what the students can pull from their prior knowledge. As students begin to answer, the