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GENERIC LESSON PLAN (Liberal Studies Level)

INSTRUCTIONAL UNIT:
TEACHER
Ms. Cruz

COURSE
EDUC 389
DAY
11/28/14
CAMPUS
Main Campus

GRADE
1st
SUBJECT
Math

LESSON TITLE
I Measure, You Measure, We
All Measure Together
LENGTH OF LESSON
45 minutes

CONTENT STANDARDS AND CONTENT OBJECTIVES


SUBJECT STANDARD
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.MD.A.1
Order three objects by length; compare the lengths of
two objects indirectly by using a third object.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.MD.A.2
Express the length of an object as a whole number of
length units, by laying multiple copies of a shorter object
(the length unit) end to end; understand that the length
measurement of an object is the number of same-size
length units that span it with no gaps or overlaps. Limit
to contexts where the object being measured is spanned
by a whole number of length units with no gaps or
overlaps.
MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE ADDRESSED
Visual/Spatial - The books provides visual examples of
what the students will be doing during this lesson.
Kinesthetic-Students will use their own bodies as a unit
of measurement when measuring their objects.
Linguistic- Students will read the book and be asked
think of ways they have used measurements in their
everyday life.

GOAL OF UNIT
Students will learn the basic concepts of measuring using
standard and nonstandard units of measurement.
OBJECTIVE OF LESSON
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to
measure three different objects using two types of
measurement, one being a standard unit of measurement
like inches and the other being a nontraditional unit of
the student's feet.

ASSESSMENT
STRATEGY FOR ASSESSMENT
Students will have a measurement worksheet where they will record their results. They will express the length of an
object as a whole number of length units, when measuring it with their body (i.e. feet, hands, etc.) and a standard unit
of measurement like inches or feet. They will then compare the results and determine which unit is more accurate.
Students are suggested to draw their objects next to their results.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
STRATEGIES TO MEET DIVERSIFIED LEARNERS
Having students with diversified needs pair up with those students who understand the concepts of the lesson will
occur. Students will be working with hands on activities to provide optimal learning. Students would have the option
to measure their objects using the metric system. I would then help them transition to our system of measurement.
MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, and TECHNOLOGY NEEDED
How Big Is A Foot? by Rolf Myller
Rulers
Measurement Worksheets
A list of objects that students could choose from
Markers and Pencils

STEPS THROUGH THE LESSON


INTO (Orientation)
Ask students if they know what measuring is. After
gagging your students knowledge, introduce the book
How Big Is A Foot?

RATIONALE
As a teacher you want to know the level of knowledge
your students possess because this will in turn
determine how the lesson is taught.

THROUGH (Presentation, Structured Practice, Guided


Practice)

Once the book has been read to the students, they will
then choose three objects to measure. They will use a
nontraditional unit of measurement (hands, feet, etc.) and
record their results. They will then use a standard unit of
measurement (feet, inches, etc.) for that same object.
BEYOND (Independent Practice)
Students will go home and create their own bed just like
the King did for his Queen. They are allowed to figure out
the measurements using whatever nontraditional unit they
like and convert it into standard units of measurement.
They will record their results and bring in a poster with
their finished product. Students will share with the class
their findings and what they learned from this lesson.

RATIONALE
Students will use two different types of measurement so
that they are able to compare their results leading them
to see that the standard units of measurement are more
accurate. This activity is done to help students practice
their newly acquired measurement skills.
RATIONALE
This will act as the final assessment for this lesson. The
purpose for this is to see if students are able to measure
objects on their own. Their finished product will act as
the assessment and will demonstrate the skills they have
acquired from this lesson.