Math students will be able to convert integer

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MathStudents will be able to convert integer exponents into standard form.Students will understand and be able to work with negative andpositive exponents.Academic LanguageELAFigurative Languagesimilemetaphoronomatopoeiahyperbolealliterationpersonification.MathSquare unitinteger exponentspositive exponents.negative exponents.Building ShapesI will present these terms in different ways to make sure that all studentsunderstand each term. For example, I will ask students to guess the meaningof each term. Then I will explain the terms. After that, I will ask students togive examples about each type and then list some examples and ask students
BENCCHMARK ASSESMENT4to identify to which part of speech each example belongs. For he math lesson,I will demonstrate the meaning of each term by using sufficient examples.Resources,Materials,Equipment, andTechnology:ELAPostersWorksheetsLaptopsComputer or interactive whiteboard with Internet access, variousclassroom objects to make soundsOnline resources such asFigurative Language Rap Song?v=Y0kYzRU46Xs&feature=youtu.beMathBase ten blocks or linking cubes (100 per group if you plan on eachgroup building all the way to a 4 x 4 x 4)Multiplication table (25 x 25) (1 per student)Integer Exponents Intro WorksheetExponents Match Up Cards (either on-level or supported version)Section 2: Instructional PlanningAnticipatory SetI will useexamples from daily life to attract students’ attention. For instance, Iwill challenge students to say, “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.”And then explain what type of figurative speech that is. Earth and ask students todescribe what Earth looks like.I will write down theirguesseson the white board and ask them to providesimilar examplesI willrecord their ideason the white board and ask more questions about theamount of water they think is on planet Earth and where the water is located.10 mMultiple Means of RepresentationI will useslide presentationand ask students to identify the correct instance offigurative language.I will use Figurative LanguageTrashketballGame where students have 30-60seconds to answer and write a response to the question on a sheet of paper.Groups will hold up answers. If the question is correct, students will shoot theanswer into the trashcan and game will continue accordingly.I will usefigurative speech gameform 20m
BENCCHMARK ASSESMENT5MathI will give each table groupbase ten blocks(or linking cubes if you haveenough)I will ask studentsto build (as a group) squares(imagining the blocks are 1-dimensional) with the following areas:1.1 square unit2.4 square units3.9 square units4.16 square unitsI will discuss how they decided tobuild the shapes.

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Educational Psychology, Formative assessment, Summative assessment

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