Learning Objective <ul><li>Students will know how to add 3-digit numbers. </li></ul>
<ul><li>For my lesson I used the Smart Board to help me teach 3-digit addition. I showed different kinds of problems and I had students come up and help me solve them on the Smart Board. The following are some of the slides I used in my lesson. </li></ul>
<ul><li>Daisy has 24 stickers. She gets 32 more stickers for her birthday. How many stickers does she have now? </li></ul>This is what I used for my Anticipatory Set. I had students help me figure out the total number of stickers and show me how to write it.
<ul><li>Which number is in the hundreds place? Which number is in the tens place? Which number is in then ones place? </li></ul><ul><li>375 </li></ul>To begin my instruction I went back over place value. I had students tell me which number stood for what and I wrote on the Smart Board the columns for what place each value is in.
<ul><li>231 + 514 = </li></ul>Next I had students help me add three digit numbers. I put the problems low on the board so students could come up and work out the problems for me.
Line up the numbers correctly <ul><li>423 + 341 </li></ul>Next we went over lining up the numbers so we could add the correct digits together. Again I had the problems placed where students could reach and come up to the Smart Board and line them up.
Find the answer and tell your neighbor <ul><li>324 </li></ul><ul><li>+412 </li></ul>I ended this lesson by having students work on problems with their neighbor. I gave them time to figure out the problem and then tell their neighbor their answer. Then I chose a student to come up and do the problem for the entire class.
Reflection <ul><li>This lesson went very well. The students were able to pick up the concept very quickly. They really liked being able to come up to the board and work out the problems. In the future I would probably try to make this lesson more exciting and challenging. The students picked it up so quickly that more excitement and more of a challenge would have been better. </li></ul>
Four Principles of Effective Technology Integration <ul><li>I think that my lesson used these four principles very well. I made sure that the students were using the technology. They were coming up and using the Smart Board to add the 3-digit numbers. The Smart Board was really helpful and essential to this lesson. It was important to have the problems already on the board and to have the students come up and write on it. The lesson focused on the learning of 3-digit addition, not the Smart Board. It is easier to do with lesson with the technology because the Smart Board allows the students to actively learn and practice 3-digit addition. </li></ul>