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### Technology recesso initiating activity

1. 1. SKITTLES GRAPHING Lesson plan created by: Christine Pope
2. 2. Subject Area: Math Grade Level: First Length of Lesson: 60 minutes Group Size: Individual work
3. 3. Standards M1D1: Students will create simple tables and graphs, and interpret them.  Interpret tally marks, picture graphs, and bar graphs.  Pose questions, collect, sort, organize and record data using objects, pictures, tally marks, picture graphs, and bar graphs. M1P5: Students will represent mathematics in multiple ways.  Create and use representations to organize, record, and communicate mathematical ideas.  Select, apply, and translate among mathematical representations to solve problems.  Use representations to model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical phenomena.
4. 4. Objectives  Students will create simple tables and graphs and interpret them (M1D1). Students will represent mathematics in multiple ways (M1P5).
5. 5. Materials  54oz bag Skittles  Condiment cups  Crayons or colored pencils  Smart-board or overhead projector  Book by Stuart Murphy and Tricia Tusa Lemonade for Sale  Hand sanitizer  Laminating sheets  Colored paper  Sorting mat  Skittles graph worksheet  Pencils  3-digit skittles math worksheet (addition)
6. 6. Introduction (approx. 5 min) Prior to the beginning of the lesson, have each student sanitize their hands and their desk. While passing out materials and leading into Review encourage participation by asking a series of questions such as: • Has anyone in the class ever heard the term “graph”? • Can anyone describe to me what a graph is? • Can anyone tell to me what a graph looks like? • Can anyone tell me what you think we use graphs for?
7. 7. Review (approx. 10 minutes) When finished passing out materials read out loud to the class Lemonade for Sale by Stuart Murphy and Tricia Tusa. When finished reading, transition students into their lesson by viewing various types of graphs (bar, picture, line) using the overhead projector or smart-board.