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Ese 697 Week 4 Assignment Lesson Plan 4 Mathematics

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Lesson Plan #4: Mathematics
As you have learned in this fourth week of class, it is essential to understand how to plan for effective mathematics instruction for students with disabilities.
This week, the emphasis of this lesson plan is to not only align your mathematics lesson objective and activities to the Common Core State Standards, but to also consider how you will promote self-determination in your students with disabilities through your instruction.
Your lesson plan should include at least one way to support self-determination for one of your learners with a disability.
Your lesson plan should use at least one, if not multiple, research-based strategies for teaching mathematics to students with disabilities. Your textbook has a plethora of strategies, but you may also seek other strategies as well in other peer-reviewed texts or articles that were required or recommended this week.

For this lesson, you may plan for your choice of grade level, type of classroom, and disability areas. You may use your own classroom or create a fictional classroom setting for the lesson.
Using the lesson plan template found in Week Four of your online course (or all the elements included in the template), the following components are required:

a. Lesson title, grade level, subject area
b. Classroom scenario: Description of the classroom for which you are planning the lesson plan (grade level, classroom setting, number of students, and include any other pertinent information about the classroom).
c. Students with mild/moderate disabilities in the classroom: Describe at least one learner with a mild/moderate disability that will participate in the lesson. Include the type of disability, the student’s individualized needs of the student, and any pertinent information about the student(s).
d. Common Core State Standards and...


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