Instructional Strategies and Learning Tasks Instructional Strategy used Turn

Instructional strategies and learning tasks

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Instructional Strategies and Learning Tasks Instructional Strategy used: Turn and Talk Anticipatory Set: Activity Description/Teacher Student Actions The class will participate in a whole group discussion, we will be activating prior knowledge during this time. The teacher will have the recordex board on to guide the discussion on how to solve a multistep word problem. The teacher will include every step to a given word problem to Students will engage in a whole group discussion that reviews multistep word problems and their understanding of them. They will be able to use the recordex board in order to review the multistep word problems.
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ensure the students have the required knowledge on how to complete it. Presentation Procedures for New Information and/or Modeling: Activity Description/Teacher Student Actions The teacher will use the turn and talk method so that the students can discuss their knowledge to a classmate. The teacher will give clear instructions and definitions to students. Students will participate in a whole group discussion based on multistep word problems. During this time they will be able to discuss with their classmates on any misconceptions or questions that they may have. They will be given modeled problems and step by step directions on how to complete them. Guided Practice: Activity Description/Teacher Student Actions The teacher will guide the students as a whole group through the steps on completing a multistep word problem. Teacher will guide the following problem: Jim wants to buy himself a pair of boots for Christmas. He has set up a candy and drink station at the basketball games in order to raise money for his new pair of boots. Jim sold drinks for $3 a bottle and candy for $2 each. He sold 39 drink bottles and 21 candy bars. How much money did he raise to be able to buy a pair of boots for himself for Christmas? Step 1: Multiply 3x39=117 Step 2: Multiply 2x21=42 Step 3: Add the two numbers up 117+42=159 Answer sentence- Jim was able to raise 159 dollars from selling drinks and candy bars at the schools basketball game in order to buy himself a pair of boots for Christmas. Allow students to have 3 minutes of partner Students will participate in partner talk to discuss their first steps on how to complete a multistep word problem. Three minutes of partner talk. Once teacher guides the students through the problem, students will discuss each step and why we have to complete each step in order to get the correct answer.
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talk. They will be discussing how to complete a multistep word problem after the teacher guided the first part of the lesson.
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