Math Planning Template 1st Grade February 6-10 2012



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1st Grade February 6-10 2012





Monday 2/6

Tuesday 2/7

TEKS

Day 102 Unit 6 Session 2.5 p.93 1.5E 1.3AB

Day 103 Unit 6 Session 3.1 p.102 1.3AB

Student

Outcome

Students will identify patterns in related addition and subtraction combinations (fact families) as well as model and create addition/subtraction problem situations using concrete objects and writing an equation.

Students will identify patterns in related addition and subtraction combinations (fact families) as well as model and create addition/subtraction problem situations using concrete objects and writing an equation.

Instructional strategy

Teacher Behavior

Formative Assessment

Classroom Routine: Morning Meeting: Time of the day.
Daily Reinforcer #102
Introduce: Ten Crayons in All

Assessment Activity: Ten Crayons in All

Daily Practice and Homework


  • Student Activity Book, pg 27





Classroom Routine: Quick Survey; Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday?
Daily Reinforcer #103
Activity: Introducing Five-in-a-Row with Three Cards

Whole Group 15 min

  • Explain the variation of the game and play a demonstration round

  • Students turn over 3 cards and choose which two cards to add.

  • Play demonstrations until all students understand how to play


Activity: Playing Five-in-a-Row with Three Cards

Pairs 30 min

  • Students play game, should have counters available


Activity: Addition Story Problems

Whole Group 15 min

  • Review the Story Problem Routine, add the step where students write the equation


Daily Practice/Homework:

Student Activity Book p.28













Read p.179: An Addition Story Problem, primary number cards, M42-43 Gameboards, counters








Wednesday 2/8

Thursday 2/9

Friday 2/10

Day 104 Unit 6 Session 3.2 p.107 1.3AB

Day 105 Unit 6 Session 3.3 p.112 1.3AB

Day 106 Unit 6 Session 3.4 p.116 1.3AB 1 5.D

Students will identify patterns in related addition and subtraction combinations (fact families) as well as model and create addition/subtraction problem situations using concrete objects and writing an equation.

Students will identify patterns in related addition and subtraction combinations (fact families) as well as model and create addition/subtraction problem situations using concrete objects and writing an equation.

Students will identify patterns in related addition and subtraction combinations (fact families) as well as model and create addition/subtraction problem situations using concrete objects and writing an equation.

Classroom Routine: Start With/Get To Counting Forward

Daily Reinforcer #104
Activity: Introducing Subtraction Games

Whole Group 15 min


  • Review how to play Five-in-a-Row and Roll and Record-subtraction versions

  • Students need one 7-12 number cube and one dot cube

  • Play demonstration rounds of each game

  • Have students share ideas on how they will solve a subtraction situation.


Math Workshop

30 min

  • Five-in-a-Row Subtraction

  • Roll and Record Subtraction


Activity: Solving Subtraction Story Problems

Whole Group 15 min

  • Follow the story problem routine and together solve the 2 problems listed on p.111



Daily Practice/Homework:

Student Activity Book p.30






Classroom Routine: Quick Images: Ten Frames
Daily Reinforcer #105

Math Workshop: Addition and Subtraction Games

45 min

(looking for students to be able to count on by the end of Unit 6)

  • Five-in-a-Row: Subtraction

  • Roll and Record: Subtraction

  • Assessment: Counting On Five-in-a-Row with Three Cards

Activity: More Story Problems


Whole Group 15 min


  • Follow the Story Problem Routine and pose several problems for students to retell and solve for the class.


Daily Practice/Homework:

Student Activity Book p.33



Chart paper to record strategies for solving story problems.



Classroom Routine: Start With/Get To: Counting Backward
Daily Reinforcer # 106
Activity: Addition and Subtraction Story Problems

Whole Group 15 min

  • Use the story problem routine and pose several problems for students to retell and solve as a class


Activity: Solving Story Problems

Individuals 45 min

  • Introduce solving story problems as independent work,

  • Students should have cubes/counters as needed.

  • Encourage students to use pictures, numbers and words.


Daily Practice/Homework:

Student Activity Book p. 38


Chart: model how to record answers for story problems with pictures, numbers and words



Read .181, A Subtraction Story Problem, M44-47 Gameboards, Number cubes with 7-12



Read p.154: Assessment; Counting On, M48 checklist, M49-50




Read p. 156, 159, 161 Teacher notes re; story problems, Cubes/counters, chart paper






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