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# ED 315 LESSON PLAN Lesson #___2___ Format and Cooperating Teacher Feedback Form Name: Ashley Komorowski Date:

Goal(s):
6.EE.3:Apply the properties of operations to generate equivalent expressions. For example, apply the distributive property to the expression 3 (2 + x) to produce the equivalent expression 6 + 3x; apply the distributive property to the expression 24x + 18y to produce the equivalent expression 6 (4x + 3y); apply properties of operations to y + y + y to produce the equivalent expression 3y.

Pre-assess:

After I teach my lesson the previous day I will know exactly whether or not the students understand how to write equal expressions using the distributive property. The students also understand how to find the LCM and GCF of a given list of numbers.

Objective(s): : Students will apply what they already know about GCF, LCM, and the distributive property
while playing the Jeopardy game. Informal: While the students are in groups I will go over to the group that is answering the question and listen in on their conversations. This will tell me what students are putting in their input for the answer and what students are sitting back being told the answers. Formal: The students will have a paper and pencil assessment about the material on Monday. *Jeopardy board *Paper and Pencil for the students *Document camera

Assessment:

Materials Needed:

## The class period is 1 hour long ___

Procedures: Procedures:
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(Include time allotments) Introduction: I will tell the students that we are playing a review Jeopardy game about LCM, GCF, and writing equivalent expressions based on the distributive property. It is to review for their test that I will be giving them on Monday. Steps for instruction: At this time the students will play the Jeopardy game until all the questions are gone or until time has run out. Strategies for students requiring additional assistance: *For this lesson, there will not be anyone that will finish early. The whole class will be participating in the Jeopardy game therefore everyone will finish at the same time. If only certain students are answering the questions, I will change the rule to only one person may answer a question just so I know that everyone is getting a chance to play the game. Closure: At the end of the class period I will show the students exactly what is going to be on their test on Monday. I will show them the rubric that I will be assessing them on.

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