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NTeQ Lesson Plan (Modified from Morrison & Lowther, 2005)

Lesson Title: _________________________Addition
Subject Area(s):   ________Math_________ Grade Level:______1______ Length: ______30________
Lesson Summary

The student will get in to groups of two. Each group will have a set on math cubes. I will put and addition problem on the SmartBoard and they will have 45 second to try to find the answer using the math cubes. After doing this for about 15 minutes. The students will receive Handout A, an addition worksheet. I will give the students 10 minutes to work on it in class separately and they may ask questions. After the 10 minutes the class will separate into two groups, Group A and Group B, we will have an Addition Math Race. One person from each group will go to the Smart board and they will solve the problem, the student who finishes first wins and that group receives one point. These point will be added to the points that the students have received throughout the semester, leading up to a big prize at the end out the semester.

Learning Objectives
By the end of this lesson, the students will:
1) The students will be able to add using helping aids.

2) The Students will be able to add using just their fingers, or nothing at all.
· 1a - Promote, support, and model creative and innovative thinking and inventiveness
· 2d – Provide students with multiple and varied formative and summative assessments aligned with content and technology standards, and use resulting data to inform learning and teaching.

· Handout A|· Math Cubes|
· SmartBorad|· Pencil|
· Team Score Tracker|· Paper|

Specify Problem
Today we are going to add numbers together to create a sum. Does anyone know what 2+2 equals? (4). How do We know that 2+2=4?

Get into your assigned pairs (Handout math blocks). If you have a pile of two math cubes and you have another pile with two maths cube and you make it into one pile,   you have...


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