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Student Teaching edTPA Lesson Plan Template

Subject: Central Focus: Word Problems


Math
Essential Standard/Common Core Objective:
Date submitted: Date taught: 3/23/17
4. OA.3
Daily Lesson Objective: Students will be able to solve multi-step multiplication problems independently with 80%
accuracy.

21st Century Skills: Academic Language Demand (Language Function and


Problem Solving Vocabulary): Solve, Analyze

Prior Knowledge: Students should have prior know of adding, subtraction and multiplication facts, and some experience
with basic word problems

Activity Description of Activities and Setting Time


Teacher will review that there are word problems that require more than one 5-7
step . Start with problem: minutes
Nyasia and Janiyah were tracking how many Flamin Hot Cheetos
they ate. Nyasia ate 5,837 cheetos this month and 4,963 cheetos last
month. Janiyah ate 3,699 cheetos this month, and 2,987 cheetos last
1. Focus and Review month.
How many more Flamin Hot Cheetos did Nyasia eat than Janiyah?
What is the equation in this problem?
How can you write an equation with variables to solve the question?

2. Statement of Objective
Student will able to solve a multistep word problem.
for Student
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Teacher would review that a variable is a amount in the equation that we minutes
might or might not know and need to figure out how to get that number.
Teacher would model 2 examples of how to solve multistep word problems
using variables.
Jaida and Olivia were tracking how many Flamin Hot Cheetos they
ate. Jaida K. ate 5,837 cheetos this month and 4,963 cheetos last
month. Olivia ate 3,699 cheetos this month, and 2,987 cheetos last
3. Teacher Input month.
How many more Cheetos did Jaida K. eat than Olivia?
What is the question in the problem?
How can you write an equation for the problem?
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Teacher and students will work through a 2-3 problems together on the minutes
smartboard. Ask questions such as, How did we get to this answer? Or What
do we know from this problem that can help get the answer? Or what do we
know from this problem that can help us set up our equation? One of the
problems is below:

4. Guided Practice Madelyn and Dahlia were completing math problems. Each problem
took 8 seconds to complete. Madelyn completed 25 math problems.
Dahlia completed 15 math problems.
How many seconds did Madelyn and Dahlia spend completing
problems combined.
What is the question in the problem?
How can you write an equation for the problem?

Students will complete an exit ticket/mini quiz as independent practice . 10


5. Independent Practice
Worksheet will be attached at end. minutes
Formative Assessment: Teacher will ask questions throughout lesson to make sure student
understand concepts that were address in lesson.
6. Assessment Methods of
all objectives/skills:
Summative Assessment: Students will complete mini-quiz and need 6 out of 8 points for
mastery.
5 minutes
7. Closure Review problems from mini-quiz and answer any questions that student may
have about confusion or understanding of problems.

8. Assessment Results of
all objectives/skills:

Targeted Students Modifications/Accommodations Student/Small Group Modifications/Accommodations


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Materials/Technology: smartboard, worksheet

Reflection on lesson:

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