Teacher: D. Vanosdol

Course: Occupational Diploma Math

Aug 1923

Framework Competency and Objective: Sense, Number Systems, Number Theory 11M111M5
Basic Algebra and Geometric Skills 11M43

Monday


Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Whole Number Basics  Area of a Rectangle, Using Formulas

Introduction of Lesson

To find the area of an object simply multiply the length times the width. This tells how much surface and area covers. One way area is used would be to determine how much carpet is needed to cover a floor. Volume measures the space inside and object such as a box or any container. To find volume use the formula length X width X height. One way volume is use would be to determine how many containers can be loaded onto a truck.

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 using formulas to solve problems then measure several items (desk top, book etc.)to determine area and then volume (tissue box, trash can etc). Student will solve for area and volume from pages 48, 49, 57 and 59.

Closure

Check student work and review using formulas to solve problems.

Tuesday


Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Fraction Basics IIM46

Introduction of Lesson

A fraction is part of a whole. When a whole is broken into parts, the parts are fractions of the whole. A fraction is written with one number over another number. The top number is called the numerator. The bottom number is called the denominator. In this lesson we will learn the basics of dealing with fractions. We will learn how to name fractions, find equivalent fractions, reduce fractions to lowest terms, and compare fractions.

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 read, discuss, and explore fraction basics in lesson five. Each student will use Fraction Burger set to compare and find equivalent fractions. Student will give oral answers to pages 75,77, and 81. Student will solve problems on the lesson five review on pages 8283.

Closure

Check student work, discuss and correct missed problems.

Wednesday


Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Fraction Basics  Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Introduction of Lesson

Like fractions are fractions that have the same or common denominators. Unlike fractions have denominators that are not the same. To add or subtract a fraction simply add the numerators and keep the same denominator. If the denominators are not the same then you must find a common denominator before adding or subtracting.

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

Students will practice adding and subtracting fractions first with common denominators. The teacher will demonstrate adding or subtracting with unlike denominators then class will watch a video about unlike denominators from Study Jams online. The student will then solve problems from page 87 and 89.

Closure

Student will choose one problem from assignment to work on the board.

Thursday


Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Fraction Basics  Data Analysis

Introduction of Lesson


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

Students will use knowledge from Wednesday’s lesson to read a table, use a map, and fill in times cards. (page 91, 93, 95).

Closure

Student will check their work by giving oral answers when called on by the teacher.

Friday


Focus of Lesson
(StudentFriendly Objective)

Fraction Basics  Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Introduction of Lesson

You do no need to find a common denominator to multiply or divide fractions. To multiply one fraction by another, multiply the numerators. Then multiply the denominators. Dividing fractions is the same as multiplying fractions – with one important difference. You must invert the fraction you are dividing by, When you invert then you must also change the division sign to a multiplication sign.

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 teacher demonstrates multiplying and dividing fractions students will take turns solving practice problems on the white board. After successfully solving 2 problems the students will solve all problems on the lesson 7 review page 110.

Closure

Students will check their own work with teacher supervision.

IEP Accommodation (if applicable)

Cue students to stay on task.
Reduced assignments
Test directions and test items read to students
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Remediation/Intervention

Students may review the fraction video
Oneoneinstruction
Peer tutoring

Enrichment/Challenge for upper 25%

Students who finish early may review fraction videos or get online and find new videos to share with the class. They may also find fraction games to play or be shared with the class.

Assessment (pre and/or post)

Observation, student work, lesson reviews, test

Resources/Materials

Computer, Fraction Burgers, Smart board, PreGED workbooks




