AOA2 Task 4 Lesson Plan.docx - Direct Instruction Lesson Plan Template General Information Lesson Title Multiplying Fractions by Fractions Subject(s

AOA2 Task 4 Lesson Plan.docx - Direct Instruction Lesson...

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Direct Instruction Lesson Plan Template General Information Lesson Title: Multiplying Fractions by Fractions Subject(s): Math Grade/Level/Setting: 5th Grade Prerequisite Skills/Prior Knowledge: Multiplication, division, greatest common factor Standards and Objectives State/National Academic Standard(s): Standard - CC.2.1.5.C.2: Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division to multiply and divide fractions. Learning Objective(s): Students will be able to multiply two fractions using the standard algorithm. Materials Technology Computer Smartboard Guided notes Recording Sheet Differentiated Task Cards SAMR Level: Augmentation The teacher will use the Smartboard during direct instruction. The teacher will model completion of problems on the board. The teacher will also use the Smartboard to work through word problems. Language Demands Language Function(s): Students will be able to explain how to multiply fractions and how to simplify them, as needed. Vocabulary: Numerator Denominator Reduce Simplest form Simplify
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Equivalent Fraction Discourse and/or Syntax: Discourse: Students will utilize peer number talks with their partners and table groups during the whole group lesson. Students will also work in pairs on task cards, so discussions about the problems will deepen students’ understanding. Planned Language Supports: After completing guided notes, the teacher will add reduce and simplest form on the word wall. Numerator, denominator, simplify, and equivalent fraction are already on the board. Students can refer to this as needed. Instructional Strategies and Learning Tasks Anticipatory Set: Activity Description/Teacher Student Actions The teacher will open up the lesson with a recipe on the smartboard. She projects the following for her Mom’s famous Banana Milkshake: Mom’s Famous Banana Shake: 4 Servings 2 bananas 1/3 cup lemon juice ¼ cup granulated sugar ½ quart milk 1 cup vanilla ice cream The teacher explains that she wants to be able to make the shake for all 28 of her students, but cannot figure out how to do that. She asks
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