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# EDU234 Lesson Plan Template Explicit Model 2013-2014 Name: Halie Tonn Grade Level: 2nd grade Subject:

Math Big Idea/Lesson Focus: Graphing- Bar Graph Essential Question: Why do we create bar graphs? Date: April 22nd 2014 Class Period: Math class Lesson # & Title: How to create a Bar Graph

Context for Learning: The class is made up of 22 students, 11 boy and 11 girls. They come from a variety of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. None of the students in this class are on IEPs. Function of the Lesson (check all that apply):

## Introduce New Skill or Content X Practice

Review Remediation/Re-teaching

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

Learning Objectives: 1. 2. When given data with up to four categories, students will be able to create bar graphs from collected measurement data with 90% accuracy. When given data with up to four categories, students will be able to represent data by drawing a bar graph with 90% accuracy.

Academic Language (Academic Language Demands and/or Academic Language Objectives): Bar Graph Labels Graphing Career Categories Data Measurement Title Scales Digits Instructional Materials and Support: Whiteboard, dry erase markers, eraser Internet connection Youtube website Smartboard Speaker System Pencils and Crayons Twister game materials- Twister color circle mat, spin wheel Computers or handheld technology devices for research Blank bar graph worksheet Sticky notes

Prior Knowledge: 1.MD.C.4: Organize, represent, and interpret, data with up to three categories. Know how to play the game of twister. Assessment Plan:

Pre-Assessment for the unit: Use this information to design your lessons Assessment(s) during the lesson: Only assess what was taught

1. I will have the students TPS about where or if they have seen a bar graph and why it was used in the context that it was. 1. I will use the twister activity to monitor and record on my rating scale each student as they record the data from the activity. I will guide them in the lesson and be present in order to help them and better understand the material if they are struggling with the concept. 1. The students will have a research day on the second day of the lesson in which they will independently search for the population in four different career categories. The assessment will be based off of their project as a whole: They can draw a bar for each of the four categories, label the sides of the graph, have a title for the graph and put the numbers on the graph going up by single digits.

## Assessment(s) at the end of the lesson: Clear up misconceptions

Post-Assessment for the unit: Assess all that was taught in the unit