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SIOP Lesson Plan

Date:

May 28, 2012

Unit/Theme:

Grade 5, Mathematics

Grade/Class/Subject:

Data Analysis and Probability

Content Standard(s):

Statistics: Interpret Data Using Methods of Exploratory Data Analysis

Key Vocabulary
Data
Relative Frequency
Sample
Representative Samples
Biased Samples
Unbiased Samples
Survey
Population

Supplementary Materials
Video Camera
Three Worksheets and One Data Collection Sheet

SIOP Features

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Preparation
Adaptation of Content
Links to Background
Links to Past Learning
Strategies incorporated

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Integration of Processes
Reading
Writing

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Scaffolding
Modeling
Guided practice
Independent practice
Comprehensible Input

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Application
Hands-on
Meaningful

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Grouping Options
Whole Class
Small groups
Partners
Independent
Assessment
Individual
Group

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Speaking
Listening

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Linked to Objectives
Promotes engagement

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Written
Oral

Key: SW = Students will; TW = Teacher will; SWBAT = Students will be able to


Contains: Prior Knowledge/Building Background/Previous Learning
Activating prior knowledge of converting fraction to decimal to percent. Building background of taking surveys.

Content Objectives
SW be able to find relative frequency of
given data. SW collect their own data and
find relative frequency of their data
(fraction to decimal to percent).

Language Objectives
SW listen to classmates (listen and
repeat, listen and do as data is written,
and interactive listening as they survey).
SW collect data from classmates, such as
favorite food, school subject, pet, or
musical group (Celce-Murcia, n.d.).

Meaningful Activities
TW explicitly teach relative frequency. In
pairs, SW survey classmates, carefully
collect data, and determine relative
frequency. Representative samples of a
population, as well as biased and unbiased
samples will be examined.

Review/Assessment
SW prepare a speech evaluating the
collected data of classmates (listen and
do). SW narrate the survey process and
describe results. TW video speech and
evaluate speaking and pronunciation.
Partner will listen and repeat partners
analysis of data (Celce-Murcia, n.d.).

SW be able to prepare a speech to be


video-taped, sharing a narrative of their
survey. SW describe the relative frequency
of the data. Partner will have the listening
responsibility to repeat partners analysis
of data (Celce-Murcia, n.d.).

TW initiate pre-listening conversation


regarding surveys and topical questions to
be surveyed, activating prior knowledge
and building background. SW will practice
careful while-listening as they survey
classmates. SW show critical analysis of
their partners speech through postlistening and repeating partners analysis
of data (Miller, 2003).
SW read and write on meaningful tasks of
relative frequency, representative samples,
and biased/unbiased samples.

SIOP Lesson Plan


Wrap-Up:
TW and SW view and evaluate speeches. Pronunciation of key vocabulary will be assessed: Da-ta, Re-la-tive fre-quen-cy, Sam-ple,
re-pre-sent-ta-tive sam-ples, Bi-ased sam-ples, Un-bi-ased sam-ples, Sur-vey, pop-u-la-tion.
Partner response to listening will be assessed.