EDU 470 Fraction Lesson Plan with Differentiated Activities.docx

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B. Learning and Teaching Activities (Teaching and Guided Practice): I Do Students Do Differentiation 1. Show students drawings of shapes divided into 2, 4, and 6 equal parts. I will be coloring pieces of the equal parts in so that we can discuss as we go. I will color half of a square, etc. 2. Next, we are going to take a look at how to turn a piece of paper into a fraction. I will fold it in half and discuss that each equal piece is ½. I will keep doing this to represent ¼, 1/6, and so on. 3. I will give them the supplies and directions to do the same. I will continue to give directions for every single step, discussing while doing it. 4. Tell the students that we are going to play a game that will give us practice with fractions. Explain directions, and break people into groups. 5. Once done playing, I will instruct students to get to a piece of paper for their assessment for the day. I will administer assessment . 1.Students will listen and watch with interest as teacher does the introduction. 2. Thinking about how they are going to do the steps when they get their supplies. 3. Perform the steps with the teacher and with the classmates, as a whole group. If partners get lost, students are helping each other. 4. Listen to directions for game, break into groups that the teacher has assigned, and play the game. 5. Students will get out a blank sheet of paper to do their assessment. Students will listen to the fractions the teacher says, and write the fractions and draw pictures representing the correct fraction. 1. Teacher will speak and demonstrate at an appropriate pace, so all students, even ELL students, can keep up. 2. Teacher will speak and demonstrate at an appropriate pace, so all students, even ELL students, can keep up.

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