I Can Count to Twenty!


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I Can Count to Twenty!

  1. 1. <ul><li>Name: Kelley Lawson Subject: Math/Writing Date: 6/21/2010 Time: 20 minutes-25 minutesStandardMA.K.A.1.1   Represent quantities with numbers up to 20, verbally, written and with manipulatives. Lesson Objective Make it measurable.The student will be able to verbally state and write numbers up to 20. The student will also be able to demonstrate these numbers with manipulatives. (This lesson will be used as a practice test after a lesson to determine which students have mastered the skill and which need more assistance. This lesson could be used as a pre-test as the beginning of 1st grade to determine if each student has mastered the previous school years standards.)All Materials:  Cups Beans or Manipulative of choice Markers Post-Its Notes Digital BookProcedure:Intro-Step By Step-  IncludeModificationsAnd AccommodationsThroughoutHighlight I will bring the students to the reading rug with assigned seating. ELL’s will sit closest to me in the front of the rug. Then they will see lined next to me in a desk are 20 red plastic cups. I will introduce them to the cover of the digital book of Numbers. I will ask them what they think this book is about. After a few students have raised their hands and provided answers, I will then read the book once. While reading the book the written numbers in the book will be in Spanish and English and I will point to the number as I read the English word. When we get to page 4 I will ask for a volunteer to come to the desk with the red cups. I will then ask that volunteer to point to the cups starting at one while the class counts also, as I place the written number on the cup, ending at number 4 which is where we are in the book. I will then ask for another volunteer to come to the front and place the number of beans in the first cup that represents 1, then 2, then 3, and so on till 4. Then will then be individually assigned a number but can work at their tables together. They will need to write the number and written word for the number on a sticky-note which they will see modeled by the teacher during the during-reading strategy. ELL’s may write the number word in Spanish with my assistance write the word in English also. Once they are complete they will then go to the desk with the cups and count the cups till they find the one that represents their number. They will then place the sticky note on that cup. Once they are complete and I check for correctness they will then take the cup to their desk and count out the number of beans that are represented. While I monitor each students while walking through the classroom. Once everyone is complete each student will place their cup back on the desk in numerical order. In addition the individual student will be able to represent their number in the book as we continue the uncompleted book and work as a class to complete the digital book. Assessment: How are you meeting your objective? modificationsEach student will write the number and I will check for correctness. They will then write the word for the number underneath and I will check for correctness. Then by using manipulatives to represent their number I will be able to determine if they can use the manipulatives properly. ELL’s may recognize and write or verbally state the number in their home language and I will then write underneath that the English translation of the number to help assist them in learning the English word. They will also be aloud to count their manipulatives in their first language if need to express their knowledge of number 1 -20.Additional Notes:Possible conversion of the book to home language only to help students with the content. Then review in English with Spanish words underneath the number for them to relate the English term to the number and the Spanish word.Bolded words represent the ELL modifications and the Italicized words represent the before, during, and after strategies.