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# Froehlke plan revised

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• 1. Relate Decimals to Percent – Revised Lesson Instructor(s): Lesson Title: Grade Level(s): Content Area(s): Learning Context: What is the context in which this lesson occurs in your curriculum? What are the overarching goals for the lesson? Mr. Raino Relate Decimals and Percents 6 Mathmatics, Literacy(Language objective) , Information Technology Student in a remedial math program are learning to write percents as decimals and decimals as percents. This module continues from the modules on fractions and Lowest Common Denominator, Greatest Common Factor. The goal of the lesson is for students to correctly modify fractions, decimals and percentages. Student Task Description What real or simulated problem situation will students address? What useful product(s), event(s), or service(s) will students produce? What audience might benefit from the students’ work? In this activity the students are split into teams. Each team member will answer the question displayed on the whiteboard. Team members may confer with each other before making the selection. The questions on the first activity are displayed much like a worksheet. The students select the correct response based on the choices displayed. After the students participate in the interactive response system to convert fractions, decimals and percentages located in the math tool kit, the students will participate in the Concentration game activity. The students match a fraction to its equal decimal representation. Resources What materials and other resources are needed for this lesson? Curriculum: Technology: Math textbook McGraw Hill Math Matters SmartBoard Interactive activities Information Sources: Other: Smartboard lesson resource site Microsoft Peer Coaching Program 02/06v2 Session 3 HANDOUT CS3a4a.doc 1
• 2. Lesson Procedure What are the steps students must follow to complete the lesson? What directions must teachers follow? Teacher Directions Student Steps 1. Students will learn the principles of decimal, fraction and percent representations. 2. Students are split into teams 3. Problem is displayed on the whiteboard with the choices to respond to. 4. Each team member will answer one question. The members can confer with each other before making the selection. This activity should take 20 minutes. 5. Once the students have confidence with the worksheet activity the will change to the concentration game. The concentration game will be a class activity with the teacher selecting the students to make the matches.This activity should be about 15 minutes. 6. Students will be given a worksheet to practice at home. Technology To Be Used (What and How) 1. Teacher will Interactive demonstrate Whiteboard examples from the textbook using the interactive whiteboard 2. Teacher groups the teams with students of varying abilities 3. Display the Interactive Smartboard board lesson and advance through the problems. 4. When the student makes a selection the teacher reiterates why the answer is correct or explains why the answer is not the correct choice. 5. Teacher will monitor concentration game and select players. 6.Teacher will assign worksheet. Microsoft Peer Coaching Program 02/06v2 Session 3 HANDOUT CS3A4a.doc 2
• 3. What academic standards will be addressed in students’ products and performances? What information will be used to provide feedback during the lesson? How will student progress be measured toward the selected standards? Language Arts 6.LA.1.8.3 Use words and concepts necessary for comprehending math, science, social studies, literature and other Grade 6 content area text. Math 6.M.1.1.2 Explain the interrelationship of Fractions, decimals, and percent’s. (317.01.b) What 21st Century Skills (collaboration, technology, and/or management of time and materials) must students learn and practice in order to succeed? What information will be used to provide feedback during the lesson? How will student progress be measured toward the selected standards? Use technology to locate, evaluate, and collect information from a variety of resources. Microsoft Peer Coaching Program 02/06v2 Session 3 HANDOUT CS3A4a.doc 3
• 4. Microsoft Peer Coaching Program 02/06v2 Session 3 HANDOUT CS3A4a.doc 4