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Division of Education

Marina Foley Professor Wisnewski


EDU 329 April 22, 2017
Grade 2, Represent and Solve Word Problems Mathematics

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES (s) (Lesson Objective(s)*)

After demonstrating how to solve problems using addition and subtraction, students will be able
to solve one-step word problems by completing the Quiz Questions Worksheet answering at least
3 out of 4 problems correctly.

NYS-CCLS / +NYS STANDARDS AND INDICATORS

New York State Mathematics Standards


CCLS-MATH-2.OA.C.4:
Domain: Operations & Algebraic Thinking
Cluster: Represent and Solve Problems Involving Addition and Subtraction
Standard: Students will use a variety of problem solving strategies to determine the solution to
one-step word problems. They will apply and extend previous understandings of adding and
subtracting to solve accordingly.

Indicator: This will be evident when students practice solving addition and subtraction
word problems by applying different problem solving strategies. Students will use these
skills to solve independent quiz questions.

New York State ELA & Literacy Standards


Reading Standards for Informational Text: Craft and Structure: (RI.2.4)
Students will analyze the meaning of words and phrases in the text of word problems to
determine if addition or subtraction is necessary to complete the problem.

Indicator: This will be evident when students distinguish what the question is asking and
then solve accordingly.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

Lets Learn! Worksheet, Teacher Constructed Stations (Packet A & Packet B), Place Value
Blocks, Word Problem Quizziz, Quiz Questions Worksheet, Computers, 2nd Grade Math Word
Problems Worksheets (Mixed Practice Word Problems #3 & Mixed Practice Word Problems #8)

MOTIVATION (Engaging the learner(s)*)

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Students will each be handed a red, green, blue or purple colored pencil at the beginning of class
strategically. As a class, we will count how many pencils were given out. Students with the red
pencils will be asked to give their pencils back to the teacher. Teacher will ask the students to
determine how many pencils are left. For example, if 20 pencils are given to 20 students and 5
turn in their red pencil, students will be able to determine that 20-5=15.

DEVELOPMENTAL PROCEDURES
(including Key Questions)

1. A
s a class, students will watch the teachers instruction on how to solve word problems.
Students will be given the Lets Learn! worksheet to follow teacher in circling the numbers
and underlining the question that needs to be focused on. Students will follow along with
teacher and class for three examples. Students will learn to solve these problems by
recognizing numbers and important information that tells them which operation to use.
Students will extend prior knowledge of addition and subtraction to solve these word
problem examples as performed by the teacher. (Who already knows how to solve a word
problem?)(What keywords tell us if we are adding or subtracting?)

2. S
tudents will learn how to use different problem solving methods to solve these word
problems. Each word problem on the Lets Learn! worksheet prompts students to use
problem solving methods. Students will watch a demonstration on how to solve these
problems using place value blocks, drawing quick pictures, and writing number sentences.
(What are some problem solving strategies that we could use?) (How could we solve using
place value blocks? Drawing a quick picture? Writing a number sentence?)

3. S
tudents will be separated into groups based off the color of the pencil they were handed.
Students are strategically placed into these homogeneous groups separated between different
level learners. Higher level learners will be given Station Packet A and lower level learners
will be given Station Packet B. (EX: All students with a green pencil will start at station 1,
all students with a blue pencil will begin at station 2, etc,.)

4. S
tudents will rotate as a team from one station to the next that has a different problem-solving
strategy assigned at each station to practice and complete the given problem. (How could we
solve word problems using objects, pictures, writing a number sentence, etc.?) (Are the
students staying on task and understanding the assignment?)

5. S
tudents will go back to their seats and work independently to complete the Quiz Questions
worksheet.

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INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES (Learning Strategies*)

Cooperative Learning
Indicator: This is evident when students work in their groups to figure out how
to solve the word problems assigned at each station
Direct Instruction
Indicator This is evident when teacher demonstrates how to correctly solve word
problems
Indirect Instruction
Indicator: This is evident when students extend their knowledge of solving word
problems by practicing different problem solving techniques to solve.

ADAPTATIONS (Exceptionality*)

The student who has a short attention span will be called on frequently by teacher to keep his
interest and motivation. The student is engaged with his peers during group work and has little
time to get distracted.
The student who has poor fine motor skills will be given a larger pencil. Teacher will provide
large place value blocks at station 1 for class.

DIFFERENTIATION OF INSTRUCTION

Students will be strategically separated into homogeneous groups between struggling students
and advanced students. The struggling students will be given Packet B that entails
comprehension questions. The advanced students are given Packet A that has challenging
evaluation problems.

ASSESSMENT (artifacts* and assessment [formal & informal]*)

Students will complete Quiz Questions worksheet answering at least 3 out of 4 problems
correctly.

INDEPENDENT PRACTICE

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Following the lesson on how to use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one-step word
problems, students will complete Word Problems Quizziz assignment for homework. (Code:
210905 at join.quizziz.com)

FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES: DIRECT TEACHER INTERVENTION AND


ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT

Direct Teacher Intervention


After the students are assessed, students who did not meet the criterion will work with the
teacher. These students will be pulled aside during morning work to review what was
misunderstood. Teacher will reteach how to solve the word problems using Mixed Practice Word
Problems #3. Teacher will focus on students struggles based off prior notes teacher obtained
from the quiz question assessment. Teacher will use this link to obtain and use the worksheet:
http://www.k5learning.com/sites/all/files/mixed-addition-and-subtraction-word-problems-3R.pdf

Academic Enrichment
Teacher will challenge students by handing out morning work that encompasses higher level
word problems. Students will work independently to complete Mixed Practice Word Problems
#8. Students will use computers to find the worksheet to be completed using this link:
http://www.k5learning.com/sites/all/files/mixed-practice-word-problems-8_0.pdf

REFERENCES

Common Core Curriculum & Assessments. (n.d.). Retrieved April 10, 2017, from https://
www.engageny.org/common-core-curriculum-assessments

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I rocked at Quizizz today! Check it out at. (n.d.). Retrieved April 10, 2017, from https://
quizizz.com/join/

"Reading and Math for Kindergarten to Grade 5." Online reading and math enrichment program
for kids | K5 Learning. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Apr. 2017.

2nd Grade Math Word Problems Worksheets. (n.d.). Retrieved April 23, 2017, from http://
www.k5learning.com/free-math-worksheets/second-grade-2/word-problems

Lets Learn!
Adding and Subtracting Word Problems

1. There are 7 bees playing in the park. 9 more bees join them. How many bees are
there altogether in the park?

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Now solve this problem by drawing a quick picture!

2. There are 43 students going on the field trip tomorrow. If 25 of the students take
bus A, how many students will be on bus B?

Now solve this problem by writing a number sentence!

3. Nick needs 18 apples to make apple pie. If he already has 11 apples, how many
more apples does Nick need to make the pie?

Now solve this problem using place value blocks!

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Word Problems
Packet A

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Station 1: Place Value
Blocks
Directions: Solve each word problem using the place value
blocks to add and subtract.
1. 13 birds were sitting in a tree. 31 more birds flew up to the tree.
How many birds were there altogether in the tree?

2. Darcy has 63 markers. She gives 30 of them to her sister. How


many markers does Darcy have left?

3. There are 38 books on the shelf. Marta took 10 books off the shelf.
How many books are on the shelf now?

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Station 2: Solve for 47!
Directions: Solve each word problem. Circle the problem that does
not have 47 as a solution.

If Nick has 33 picture books and 14 chapter books, how many books
does Nick have in total?

Nicole has seen 55 movies. If her brother has seen 9 less than her, how
many movies did he see?

Kate saw 25 roses and 22 sunflowers. How many flowers did she see all
together?

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Station 3: Draw a Quick
Picture
Directions: Solve each word problem by drawing a quick picture
then solving using addition or subtraction.

If Noah has 18 yellow marbles and 22 green marbles, how


many marbles does he have altogether?

Josie has 25 blue and pink balloons. If 12 of the balloons are


blue, how many balloons are pink?

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Station 4: Write a Number
Sentence
Directions: Solve each word problem by writing out the numbers
to solve. Underline what clues tell you if you are adding or
subtracting to solve.

1. There are 97 students in 4th grade and 79 students in 5th grade.


How many more students are there altogether?

2. If Marie took 17 pictures on Friday and 20 pictures on Saturday,


how many pictures did she take on Friday and Saturday combined?

3. If 1 bee has 6 legs, then how many legs do 3 bees have all
together?

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Word Problems
Packet B

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Station 1: Place Value
Blocks
Directions: Solve each word problem using the place value
blocks to add and subtract.
1. If there are three groups of 5 people, how many people are there
altogether?

2. Darcy is ninth in line. Her sister is 6 spots in front of her. What


place in line is Darcys sister in?

3. There was 24 children on the bus. After 6 stops, 16 children left


the bus. How many children were left on the bus?

Station 2: Solve for 87!


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Directions: Solve each word problem. Circle the problem that does
not has 47 as a solution.

If Nick has 53 picture books and 34 chapter books, how many books
does Nick have in total?

Nicole has seen 95 movies. If her brother has seen 9 less than her, how
many movies did he see?

Kate saw 65 roses and 22 sunflowers. How many flowers did she see
altogether?

Joes mom baked 37 cookies for his birthday party. How many more
cookies should Joes mom bake to have 47 cookies in total?

Station 3: Draw a Quick


Picture
Directions: Solve each word problem by drawing a quick picture

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then solving using addition or subtraction.

If Noah has 18 yellow marbles, 34 blue marbles, and 22 green


marbles, how many marbles does he have altogether?

Josie has 84 blue and pink balloons. If 44 of the balloons are


blue, how many balloons are pink?

Brad has 50 skittles. Ben has 20 M&Ms. Who has more? How many
more does he have?

Station 4: Write a Number


Sentence
Directions: Solve each word problem by writing out the numbers
to solve. Underline what clues tell you if you are adding or
subtracting to solve.

If Marie took 37 pictures on Friday and 51 pictures on Saturday, how


many pictures did she take on Friday and Saturday combined?
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There are 97 students in 4th grade and 79 students in 5th grade. How
many more students are in 4th grade than in 5th grade?

If 1 bee has 6 legs, then how many legs do 7 bees have all together?

It takes 20 minutes to cook pizza. If Jack wants to eat at 6:30 what time
should he put it in the oven?

Quiz Questions
Directions: Complete the word problems below. Hint: you may use the problem
solving strategies to help you solve. Good Luck!

1. The bunny ate 22 carrot sticks in the morning and 15 more at night. How many carrot
sticks did the bunny eat all together?

2. Molly had 13 candles on her birthday cake. She grew older and got 5 more on her
birthday cake. How old is Molly now?
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3. Lucy has 4 apples. Luke gave her 5 more. She needs 10 apples to make a pie. Does
Lucy have enough to make a pie?

4. Jamie filled his bucket with 5 pounds of shells. If he adds 12 more pounds of shells to
fill his bucket, how many pounds does he have?

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