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Published on August 5, 2014

Apps Smart board Dry erase board, markers, eraser Goals and Objective(s) of the Lesson: Students will be able to apply basic math skills to add, subtract, and multiply 2 digit multi-digit numbers. Prerequisite Skill(s) Needed: Knowledge of basic facts addition, subtraction, multiplication How to use QR codes How to use iPads How will you teach students the objectives identified above. (List step-by-step description of the lesson. ) Introduction: (how students will be introduced to the goals and what is expected of them.) Students will play around the world with addition, subtraction, and multiplication flashcards mixed up all together. Main activity: (how the teacher will facilitate the learning experience.) 1. Teacher will review solving multi-digit numbers by circling sign, solving, then checking answer using the smart board. After several problems, students will use the dry erase board to solve problems. Teacher will check student answers. Each student will get the chance to come and solve a problem on the smart board. 2. Students will work with a partner using the iPads and the squeebles math race app which is already downloaded onto their iPads. They will race each other to solve various addition, subtraction, and multiplication problems. 3. Students will then be given a handmade worksheet to complete and turn in for a grade. Before turning in, students will use the QR code with their iPad to be directed to the maths bingo app. They may choose which operation they would like to work with. Conclusion: (how the teacher will bring closure for students and provide feedback.) The last 2-3 minutes of class we will review as a whole class how to solve problems i.e. circle the sign, solve the problem, and check work. Extension: (how the lesson will be extended. Procedures include strategies for differentiated instruction.) This lesson will be extended through the remainder of the year. Students will have weekly worksheets to be completed outside of the classroom. Each student starts off with the basic facts of a addition, then moves on after receiving a score of 80% or higher for 2 weeks in a row. This helps students work at their own levels. Students are also taught strategies such as using manipulatives, drawing pictures, and number lines. What accommodations and modifications will you incorporate to meet the needs of diverse students?