C Prepare to create an original lesson plan on patterns or functions by doing

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mathematical thinking. C. Prepare to create an original lesson plan on patterns or functions by doing the following: 1. Describe an evidence-based instructional strategy that will be incorporated into your original lesson plan . In my lesson plan I will be using hands on teaching and direct modeling. We will be using a thousand chart and colored pencils to color in the numbers as we are counting along to visually see the patterns of numbers as we are skip counting to 1000. students will follow along with my explicit directions to understand the patterns of numbers when skip counting. Students will be using visuals and colors as they began to see the connections between the numbers. With the use of hands-on learning they will visually see the
6 NUMBER SENSE AND FUNCTIONS connection between the numbers and understand the patterns of numbers within skip counting further. a. Explain why the chosen instructional strategy would be beneficial in a lesson on patterns or functions, using evidence from a credible source to support your selection. The chosen instructional strategy would be beneficial to the lesson because students at first has a hard time of seeing the relationships between numbers; especially when it comes to skip counting. Students know that the number goes up by 1 each time and has counting by ones down. However, when moving over to skip counting by any number other than one, students tend to lose the concept of number patterns. According to Ulrich & Wilkins (2016) subtle changes in the use of manipulatives can provide opportunities for children to combine their skip counting and notions of composite units to make important growth in the construction of their number sequences. And in this case, using visual manipulatives like a thousand chart and coloring in the numbers as they count will be beneficial in their understanding of patterns in numbers. E. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized. National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, & Council of Chief State School Officers. (2010). Common Core State Standards for mathematics: Second Grade . Retrieved from Ulrich, C & Wilkins, J.L.M. (2016) The Role of Skip Counting in Children’s Reasoning . Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Retrieved from Van de Walle, J. A., Karp, K. S., & Bay-Williams, J. M. (2009). Elementary and middle school mathematics: Teaching developmentally . Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon. ISBN-13: 978-0136101420.