Iesha Liles_week 2_Differentiated Lesson Plan.doc

12 next tell students to exchange one piece of pizza

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12. Next, tell students to exchange one piece of pizza with a boy. 13. Now tell students to exchange the remaining 3 pizzas with whomever they would like (or if you have any other classifications in your classroom, such as groups, you can also tell them to exchange with another group member, etc…) 14. Once students have exchanged all of their slices tell them to go back to their seats and glue all of the pizza nicely to their paper. Guided Practice: 1. Model on the board the rest of the worksheet. a. Pizza that boys made x/8 b. Pizza that girls made x/8 c. Pizza that people in my group made x/8
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5 d. Etc… e. Pizza slices in total 8/8 2. Once the students have completed all of the categories out of 8 slices, ask them if they know how to simplify any of the fractions. 3. Guide students to simplify the fractions by dividing by 2 and/or by 4, and the whole pizza, 8/8 is equal to 1 whole Strategies for students with ADHD: 1. Give the instructions to the lesson plan one at a time so that they will not become overwhelmed with the assignment 2. Keep the instructions as simple as possible for them. Make sure that you use charts and visual aids 3. Summarize what the point of the lesson plan for the day and what they are expected to learn from it. Strategies for student with English language learner: 1. Create a model for the students on what you are expecting for them to do. 2. Always speak slowly and Clearly so that they can understand what you are saying.
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  • Fall '14
  • Division, Equals sign, c. pizza, b. Pizza

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