Iesha Liles_week 2_Differentiated Lesson Plan.doc

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3. Engage the students in a think-pair-share with their favorite toppings of pizza. (First give students 30 seconds-1 minute to think about their favorite pizza topping, then let them tell a partner, then call on students to share their or their partner’s favorite pizza topping.) 4. Ask students if they have ever ordered a pizza with 2 toppings on it, for example, half cheese and half peperoni. Body to Lesson Plan: 1. Hand out 1 copy of the circle worksheet. 2. Instruct students to draw the most delicious pizza that they can imagine. Tell them that they can do ½ and ½ or make each slice the same, or make each slice different. 3. Once they have finished their pizza, ask them to write their name on each slice of pizza. 4. Have students carefully cut out each slice of pizza and carefully place them on their desk.
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4 5. Have a helper collect all of the paper scraps and recycle them. 6. Hand out the 2 nd copy of the circle worksheet. 7. Instruct students to choose 1 of their slices of pizza and glue it to their paper inside the circle. 8. Tell students to get out a blank sheet of lined paper and write “Fun Fraction Pizza” on the top. In the first line, have students write “pizza I made = 1/8.” Model this on the board. 9. Now tell students to find a buddy student and trade 2 pieces of pizza. 10. When students have exchanged these slices, have them come back to their seat and write, “Pizza my buddy made = 2/8” 11. Now tell students to exchange 1 piece of pizza with a girl.
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