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Daily Lesson Plan

Name: Joshua Davis Date: March 20-24, 2017

Subject: Mathematics Topic: Measurements

Grade: 2nd grade Length of Lesson: 40 mins (M,


W, F), 80 mins (T, R)

Introduction (Essential Question): How do you collect data?


Standard: Measurement & Data

Cluster: Represent and interpret data

Objective: M.2.MD.10 draw a picture graph and a bar graph (with single-unit scale) to represent
a data set with up to four categories and solve simple put-together, take-apart and compare
problems using information presented in a bar graph.

Specific Objective:
Students should be able to understand how to show case data in number of different ways that
show how much information is in that data. Students should be able to draw a conclusion from
an pictograph. Students should be able to understand a number line.

Method(s):
Monday:
Review over pictographs and bar graphs with students. Using the carpet have students come up
to the front for the review. Go over pictographs with students, use the pictograph papers and the
paragraphs for students to work with next go over bar graphs using the same paragraph to show
students how data can take many forms. Once the review for how to label both the pictograph
and bar graph is done hand out the worksheet for students to work on during the rest of their
math lesson.

Tuesday:
Start on number lines; tell students this is another way to record data for themselves and others.
Show students how to make and label a number line. Give a practice session on the board with
the students on how to properly make and label a number line and how to use data with the work.
Work with students their number line make or label worksheets.

Wednesday:
Review on number lines briefly with students. Show students how they can add and subtract with
number lines, give an example on the smartboard of what the number line can do when you add
and subtract. Have them do number line addition and subtraction that can challenge students. It
can be given in the form of a simple word problem or as an addition problem. As students do this
make sure they know that each student understand that the data they are using is being changed
and/or added too. Have student work on the number line worksheets.
Thursday:
Review on adding with number lines. Work with students to subtract using number lines. Using
the number lines provided continue to practice adding and subtracting on the smartboard. Work
with students on how to read a number line between numbers. An example would be 0 to 1; it
would have 0.1 to 0.9 between the numbers, show students how these numbers can be put into
fractions.

Friday:
Assessment on the addition, subtraction, pictograph, bar graphs, time, money, arrays, number
line.

Materials:

Whiteboards

Markers(multiple colors)/Erasers
ets

Sponges

Clock

Money

Review worksheet

Direct Instruction:
Monday:
Review on Pictographs and Bar graphs.

Tuesday:
Show how to read, make, and label number lines.

Wednesday:
Show students how to use addition and subtract with number lines.

Thursday:
Continue working on addition and subtraction using number lines. Show students how to read
between numbers and how it can connect to their fractions

Guided Practice:
Monday:
Review bar graphs and pictographs

Tuesday:
Guide the students through making and labeling a number line. t. Work with students to complete
the number labeling worksheet.

Wednesday:
Show students how to use addition with number lines, help students with worksheets.

Thursday:
Subtraction with number lines?

Differentiation:
1st tier: This is whole group, students should be able to asked question about recording data, how
to label a number line, and how to label bar graphs and respond how to do it correctly.

2nd tier: Students struggling with the concepts we work during computer lab time with the
teachers on information they have trouble with, make sure to have materials with you going to
the computer lab for this.

3rd tier: Students who are needing additional support can work with Title 1 teachers to record
data, label number line/ bar graphs.

Lesson Closure:
Ask students about a story with data and see if they can label a bar graph or number line with the
information.

Independent Practice:
Have students thinking about how to gather data from their surroundings.

Assessment:
On Friday assessment on the addition, subtraction, pictograph, bar graphs, time, money, arrays.

Lesson Reflection:
How I would teach this lesson differently next time.

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