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Standards for Mathematical Practice

By: Alexis Scott


Grade(s)

Elementary (2nd grade)

Subject(s)

Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Length of Lesson

45 minutes
Students cannot gain a full understanding of how to add and subtract
unless it is hands-on. Students must be able to use basic addition and
subtraction for everyday lives. Students will gain a sense of computer
skills.

Lesson
Overview/Rationale

Curriculum
Framework/Standar
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Standards for Mathematical Practice


Grade 2 Operations & Algebraic Thinking
Represent and solve problems involving addition and
subtraction.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.OA.A.1
Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve oneand two-step word problems involving situations of
adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart,
and comparing, with unknowns in all positions, e.g., by
using drawings and equations with a symbol for the
unknown number to represent the problem.
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE): National
Educational Technology Standards for Schools (NETS-S)
Standard 2: Communication and Collaboration
Standard 3: Research and Information Fluency
Standard 5: Digital Citizenship
Standard 6: Technology Operations and Concepts

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to:


Solve basic algebra equations
Apply algebraic thinking
Analyze the mathematics language
Enhances learning skills
Understanding computer software

Technology Uses

Smart board
Laptop>Kidspiration software

Materials

Smart board

Procedure

Step 1: On their own, students will click on the start


icon down on the left hand side. (Working independently
with supervision)
Step 2: Students will then click the tab that All
Programs.
Step 3: Next students will click on the tab InSpirationKidsSpiration.
There will be a drop down tab. The student will
click KidsSpiration3
Step 4: The students will click on the Math button
under activities.
Step 5: The students will click on the link Adding it up.
Step 6: When the student clicks on that link, they
should see this:

Their first diagram should be adding up to six


Second diagram should add up to eight
Third diagram should add up to five
Last diagram should add up to seven
Step 7: Students will make their own diagram. Each
student will make up numbers that all have the same

sum. Students can give no less than three.


Step 8: Student will go in the green box and enter those
numbers.
Example:

Step 9: Students will then go on the left hand side or at


the bottom and pick any shape/color for one number and
another shape/color for the other.
Example:

Students will do this same process for the rest of


the three diagrams.
In order to go to the next page, student will go to
the top left side and click the down arrow button.
Step 10: Students will go into the yellow box and delete
the text and insert their name, grade, and date.
Example:

Step 11: Students will then print out each diagram,


staple it, and submit it.
Go to file in the top left side
Click print

Assessment

At the end of class students will receive feedback on how they did.
Students will be graded on having three or more equations, colors are
showing the numbers correctly, and have their name inside of the
yellow box.