Teacher: D. Vanosdol

Course: Occupational Diploma Math

Date(s): Aug 1216

Framework Competency and Objective 11M111M5 Number Sense, Systems, and Theory
11M48 Interpret data from tables, charts, maps, and graphs.

Monday


Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Whole Number Basics PreGED pages 1169

Introduction of Lesson

In this unit you will learn what whole numbers mean in different situations, how to perform basic operations with whole numbers, how to use whole numbers to measure the space inside shapes and objects, and how to perform whole number operations on a calculator.

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Each student will make correct change for purchases from one dollar and one hundred dollar bills. (Online cash register game)

Learning Tasks/Activities

Class will give oral answers to place value, comparing, and estimation with whole numbers (pg1421). Students will review adding and subtracting whole numbers with and without borrowing/with and without a calculator. (Pg 23 and 25).

Closure

Recap rules for adding and subtracting whole numbers

Tuesday


Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Whole Number Basics  Data Analysis

Introduction of Lesson

A bar graph displays data in horizontal and vertical bars. Bar graphs are used to compare data when only one aspect of the data is numbers. There are 3 parts to a bar graph: the title, the horizontal and vertical axis, and a scale that is used to show number values.

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Each student will make correct change for purchases from one dollar and one hundred dollar bills. (Online cash register game)

Learning Tasks/Activities

Class will explore bar graphs and vocabulary. Each student will tell one aspect of the bar graph on page 30. The student will use information on page 31 to construct a bar graph having a title, horizontal and vertical axis and a scale. Each student will answer questions about the bar graph.

Closure

Student will display their bar graph and explain what it is about.

Wednesday


Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Whole Number Basics  Using order forms

Introduction of Lesson

Catalog and order forms are commonly found in work places. Order forms organize important information so that an order can be successfully completed for both the person placing the order and the company filling the order. Order forms contain information such as addresses, item codes, quantities, and prices. If you do business over the Internet, you will be asked to complete and online order form.

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Each student will make correct change for purchases from one dollar and one hundred dollar bills. (Online cash register game)

Learning Tasks/Activities

After discussing and exploring Using Order Forms (pg 3233) the student will choose an online store and complete an online order form.

Closure

Student will display and explain the online order form.

Thursday



Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Whole Number Basics  Multiplying and Dividing

Introduction of Lesson

Multiplying, like adding, helps you find a total. When you need to add the same number many times use multiplication. Three signs tell you when to multiply: X, Parenthesis, and a dot. Use division to tell how many times one number divides another number. There Division and multiplication are opposite operations. are also three signs to show division: ÷, , and the fraction bar . Multiplication and division are opposite operations.

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Each student will make correct change for purchases from one dollar and one hundred dollar bills. (Online cash register game)

Learning Tasks/Activities

Review and discuss multiplying and dividing whole numbers. Students will solve one multiplication and one division problem on the white board after the teacher works one problem each for examples. Student will complete pages 37 and 41 using a calculator on problems 1520 on page 37 and problems 2124 on page 41.

Closure

Student will check problems for accuracy and discuss and correct missed problems.

Friday


Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Whole Number Basics  Solving Equations and Word Problems

Introduction of Lesson

An equation is two mathematical expressions, or statements, with an equals sign (=) in between. Some equations contain all numerals. But some equations contain unknown numbers, or variables represented by letters (any letter can be used). Calculating the answer is only part of the problemsolving process. First you have to figure out how to approach and solve the problem.

Eagle Challenge
(35 minutes)

Each student will make correct change for purchases from one dollar and one hundred dollar bills. (Online cash register game)

Learning Tasks/Activities

Class will discuss rules for solving equations and steps to solving a word problem on page 42 and 44. Student will give oral answers to problems 1 14 then solve 1620 on the white board. Student will also complete the word problems on page 45 independently.

Closure

Student will state the rules for solving equations and the steps for solving word problems.

IEP Accommodation (if applicable)

Cue students to stay on task.
Reduced assignments
Test directions and test items read to students
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Enrichment/Challenge for upper
25%

Wade and Andrew will solve equations on a handout.

Assessment (pre and/or post)

Student classwork, observation, oral responses

Resources/Materials

PreGED workbooks, internet,

Remediation/Intervention

Oneonone instruction, handout with rules and steps for Matthew and Antonio.




