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Steve Cutchall SEDU 183 Fraction, Percent, Decimal Lesson- 7th grade Math

Stage 1) Goals A: Objectives I. 1. 2. 3. 4. Students will be able to:

Compare the difference between a fraction, percent, and decimal form Predict the outcome of what dice might be rolled Able to show how to write a fraction, percent, and decimal Relate the differences between the various ways to write and compare the probability forms 5. Use Smartboard tool to relate the mathematical concepts of a fraction, percent or decimal B: Standards M6.A.1.1.2: Convert between fractions and decimals and/or differentiate between a terminating decimal and a repeating decimal. M6.A.1.1.1: Represent common percents as fractions and/or decimals (e.g., 25% = = .25) common percents are 1%, 10%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%. M7.E.4.1.1: Formulate predictions and/or draw conclusions based on data displays (bar graphs, circle graphs or line graphs) or probability. Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products and processes using technology.

C: Enduring Understanding Students will understand how to use a Smartboard basics to create a dice or spinner and present the information Students relate the difference in mathematical from of a percent, fraction, or decimal

D: Essential Question What is the purpose of using a digital display to help in a teaching lesson How can students determine the difference between a percent, fraction, and a decimal

What the purpose of learning about the probabilities in relation to a percent, fraction, and a decimal

Stage 2) Assessment A. Informal Assessment Have students get in groups and discuss the differences between a fraction, a decimal, and a percentage and also how they are similar (How is equal to .25 and also 25%). (Objective 4) Have students at or a bit before the end of class give a verbal answer back (As Teacher cues) of a fraction in another form (percent or decimal), and vice versa. (Objective 1 & 4) B. Formal Assessment Give students a homework assignment that requires them to do 6 different problems in which you write numbers in the different forms. Also, put in a few challenging questions that asks the probability that a 3 or 4 occurs, and add another dice and find the probabilities of getting numbers 1-12. (Objective 1 & 3)

Stage 3) Activities/Procedures A: Materials (Teacher and Student) Smartboard access Pencil, paper Worksheet or blank paper Interactive Dice(6 sided and displayed on the Smartboard) visual Interactive Spinner(a four-sectioned circular image with each quarter section shaded a different color) visual Calculators

B: Procedures Get students into groups of 2 or 3 and have them discuss amongst one another about the differences and similarities of (1/4, .25, 25%) and have this displayed on a white or black board ahead of time After discussion, remind or review as needed the reducing of fractions and converting to percents to decimals and so on Hand out worksheet or scrap paper Have students randomly show their Smartboard skills by having a few students randomly come up and get the interactive dice and spinner working properly.

Show entire class how to roll dice and spin the spinner Talk about chances of rolling a dice and getting number 1,2,3,4,5, or 6. And lead into getting a 1 or 2, 3 or 4 etc. Then talk about the chances of landing on one of the four colors. And landing on two colors or three colors and the fractions or percentages Have students take turns with dice or spinner so everyone has an opportunity to interact and use the Smartboard Allow time to start on homework and talk about the challenging question

C: Adaptations Any Student that needs a bigger size font for the homework assignment Review numbers in Spanish student with Teachers assistant for the students with ELL