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MY MATH LESSON PLAN
Teacher LOUIS CARPIO Subject MATH Grade 2
Topic: Data collectingGraphing
To provide students with a handson and cooperative learning experience in the
process of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data, and to improve decision making
skills through the use of probability.
Students will create a simple bar graph using data they collected from observing the
colors of M&M’s.
Students will understand that graphs are representation of collected data.
Graphs help us to visualize and compare data.
Students will be able to:
1. Count, sort, and classify M&M's by color.
2. Record data on a chart.
3. Use data from a chart to create a bar graph.
4. Analyze and interpret data.
How can graph be used to represent data?
What predictions can be made about the data from a graph?
How you interpret the data you have collected?
Time: Instructional Sequence
Activating Prior Knowledge
Project on the board different types of graphs. Ask questions to ignite their
What you think people use graphs for?
How can you use bar graphs to understand information?
Communicating Learning Targets
Describe the goal to students. Write the goal of this lesson on the board and
compare it with the activities to find a match.
Teacher Tasks Student Tasks
ACTIVITIES AND PROCEDURES:
1. Give each student one
small bag of M&M's.
2. Ask students to estimate
how many M&M’s they have in all
and record their answer in the
3. Ask students to then count
to see exact number of M&M’s they
have and record in their answer in
4. Ask students to estimate
how many of each color M&M they
have and record their answer in the
5. Ask students to open the
bag, sort, and classify the M&M's
according to color.
Students will discuss their results
with their classmates.
Draw, compare and share
Find a general conclusion based on
the total results.
6. Ask students to record the
information from step 2 on a chart.
7. After illustrating various
pictographs, ask students to use
their data to create their own
8. Compare graphs. Have
students discuss the differences
and the similarities of the graphs.
Closure: Students summary of activities done. Reasonable level of
achievement. Students were enthusiastic about graphs and were
able to analyze the results and share their findings with the class.
Students will be assessed by checking their M&M graphs and listen to their sharing with
Management Issues: The class got a little out of control at the moment of getting the
m&ms from me.
Instructional Materials, Resources, and Technology – Materials:
Projector, computer, document camera, papers, crayons, m&m bags ( a big party bag that
I divided into little snack bags)
Self Reflection of Teaching:
Thinking about this lesson: The lesson was a success, children enjoyed working with
something they know is delicious and learned in a fun way to make, read and interpret data on a
Thinking Ahead: Next time I think I would change a couple things:
1. Instead of a printed graph template, I will ask students to create their own.
2. Give a little more time for the activity to accommodate students with IEP and ELL.
HERE IS A VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fCbxRRcZi8&feature=youtu.be
I included visuals of the artifacts using during the lesson. I followed instructions on the rubrics
about APU format. I met with my teacher to get his feedback. For all that, I feel I earn an A.