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# DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TEACHER

DEVELOPMENT
CLINICAL TEACHING
DIRECT INSTRUCTION

## ED 468: INTRODUCTORY SUPERVISED TEACHING: _X_____

ED 478: ADVANCED SUPERVISED TEACHING: ______
ED 467: INTERN TEACHING: ______
Candidate: Date:
Alina Sturgis 2-22-17

## Content Area: Math Grade Level: 8

Subject Matter:
Division Properties of Exponents
Lesson Content Description:
-Quotient of Powers
-Power of Quotients
-Negative exponents
-Zero Exponent

## Instructional Strategies/Method of Delivery:

-lecture, vocab,
Common Core Standard:
CCSS.Math.Content.8.EE.A.1
Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent
numerical expressions. For example, 32 3-5 = 3-3 = 1/33 = 1/27.
ELD Standard:
Interpretive
Expanding
a. Explain ideas, phenomena, processes,
and text relationships (e.g., compare/
contrast, cause/effect, problem/solution)
based on close reading of a variety of
multimedia, with moderate support.
Common Core Lesson Objective:
ASWBAT use the division properties of exponents to simplify expressions.

Assessment:
Formative: guided practice, oral questioning, prompt and response,

Summative: n/a

## Lesson/Assessment Modifications: ELL: Special Needs

Peer tutoring , worksheet
Technology: Describe the types of technology you will be utilizing in your
lesson to create and enhance instruction
If no technology is used, please explain why.
Videos

## Prior knowledge required for this lesson/objective success

Review sub-skills required for this lesson/objective
Power of a power, distributive property

June 2014

LESSON PRESENTATION

INTO

## Step-by-Step Anticipatory Set/Orientation

Go over previous nights homework, students are chosen to put
problems on the board.
Review multiplication rules of exponents
Give post test

THROUGH

## Step-by-Step Modeling/Presentation of the Objective

7.2: Division Properties of Exponents
Hand out worksheet
Objective: ASWBAT use the division properties of exponents to simplify
expressions
Writes down all the division properties of exponents and their rules:
zero exponent, negative exponent property, quotient of powers, power
of quotients (restated from worksheet), have students add key phrases

## Step-by-Step Guided/Structured Practice of the Objective: Gradual

Release of Instruction
Example 1: Zero exponent
Example 2: Negative exponent property- example on worksheet
Example 3: quotient of powers (example 1 on pg. 11)
Example 4: power of a quotient (example 2 on pg. 11)

EL: Special Needs Adaptations: handouts have vocab and examples so that
students can focus on writing down additional notes. Exponent rules book

## Checking for Understanding/Formative Assessment of Each

Students Performance/Closure of Instruction
Guided Practice 1/example : zero exponent
GP2: negative exponent # 1 on worksheet
Gp3: quotient of powers(#1 on pg. 11)
Gp 4: power of a quotient ( #5 on pg. 11)
Technology used to create and enhance Checking for Understanding:
EL: Special Needs Adaptations: peer tutoring

BEYOND

## Independent Practice/Summative Assessment of Each Students

Performance
Students finish working on worksheet in partners/ small groups
Play video, and have small discussion on it after to wrap up
Final Closure of Lesson: Closure question to reinforce instruction learned