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SHORT LESSON PLAN Date:2/14/17

SUBJECT: _Math______________________ TEACHER Karley Hoff_________________________


STANDARDS: CC.2.1.2.B.1 Use place-value concepts to represent amounts of tens and ones and to compare
three digit numbers.
OBJECTIVES BODY CLOSURE
(Procedures, Activities)
Students will be able to Go through Prezi presentation. Grab students attention.
Compare three-digit *Comparing numbers Have students complete
numbers by completing *Comparing numbers on a number line Independent Practice page.
Roll, Write and Compare *Comparing three numbers
activity.
Complete whiteboard activity. Students will
answer questions from Prezi and raise their
Students will be able to white boards with their answer.
show comprehension on
how to compare numbers After whiteboard activity, pass out Roll, Write
by completing white board and Compare activity. Students will roll a die
activity. three times to create a three digit number. They
make two numbers than chose the correct
symbol to write in the middle of the numbers.

MOTIVATION MATERIALS
(Introduction-Hook)

Review greater than, less Computer (1 for teacher)


than and equal to symbols. Prezi (1 for teacher)
Ask students when they White boards (19 for
use each symbol. students)
Markers (19 for students)
Erasers (19 for students)
Roll, Write, and Compare
activity (19 for students)
Dice
ACCOMMODATIONS:

Prezi is used for visual learners.

EVALUATION OF STUDENTS:

18 out of 20 students completed the activity without any assistance and completed correctly and
completely.
2 students needed some guidance.

SELF-EVALUATION
I think this lesson went well. The students always enjoy the Prezi visual, instead of the normal math
program visual their teacher uses. I also enjoy using Prezi because I can adapt the lesson the way I wish
and add material I think is necessary to use. Also, students were very engaged when playing the Roll,
Write, Compare activity and I think it really helped their understanding due to how they had to use their
skills. The lesson was also completed in the time allotted. I would not change anything for this specifc
lesson, because I like the outcome and I think the students were fully engaged and enjoyed the lesson.