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Lesson Plan Differentiation Activity Description

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Lesson 1: 19-10-17 Emerging: mini bookshop on their table that
has prices from 1 to 10, and flash cards that
Learning outcomes:
has instruction of what they will buy from the
Emerging: simulate mini bookshop. Then they need to count the
making purchases total of what they have using count on. Then
involving whole using the coins to pay with the correct
dirhams and paying amount.
with the correct
amount.

Developing: simulate Developing: it was draws 5 items on


making purchases
their mini whiteboard and gives each item a
prices between 10 AED and 30 AED. They
involving whole
swap whiteboard with their partner, the
dirhams and paying
partner will choose three items that she
with note
wants to buy and circle it. Then they swap
boards back again, and work out the total
amount that has been circled. Finally, they
Mastered: simulate will tell each other the correct amount to
making purchases pay to each other using note.
involving whole
dirhams and paying Mastered: it was menu list of McDonald's
with notes and giving restaurant. One of the student will the
the correct change. waiter and the other will be the customer.
The customer will choose what she wants
to buy, then she will count the total to give
to the waiter using the notes and coins, and
the waiter needs to give the correct
change.

Lesson plan 2: 26-10-


17 (Multiplication).
Emerging: it was solving multiplication
problems of 2s number cards problem (from 1
Learning outcomes: to 12), using the squares and doubling
Emerging: recall strategy.
doubles and halves
facts for numbers up
to and for doubles Developing: it was solving multiplication
facts for factors of 10 problems o 3s number cards problem (from 1
below 100. to 12) table, they will use the doubling strategy
Developing: Use and counters.
known doubles and
halves facts to find
related doubles and Mastered: it was it was solving multiplication
halves for factors of 10 problems o 5s number cards problem (from 1
below 200. to 12) table, they will use the doubling strategy
and Hundred board.
Mastered: Use known
doubles and halves
facts to find related
doubles and halves.


Lesson plan 3: 30-10-17 Emerging: students had numbers card from 1 to
(Division by 2). 20 and counters. They will choice a number card
from the plastic box, then they will use the
Learning outcomes: counters to represent the amount of what they
have. After that, they will start to share equal
Emerging: recall
between them, later they will write the division
doubles and halves statement in their math journal. For example, the
facts for numbers up number card is 2, when they show 2 counters, they
to and for doubles will share equally to the two persons, each one will
facts for factors of 10 get one counter. After that they will write 2 divide
below 100. by 2 will give me 1 using the division sign.

Developing: Use Developing: students had to make a puzzle game


known doubles and by solving the following problem. Student teacher
halves facts to find will give each student a sentence problem
(numbers from 4 up to 20), the student needs to
related doubles and
solve it and make 3 facts halves. For example, the
halves for factors of 10
sentence problem will be: Moze spent 16 AED, and
below 200. Noor spent only half of Mozas amount. The
division statement will be 16 divide by 2 = 8. Other
facts halves, 160 divide by 2 = 80, 160 divide by 20
Mastered: Use known = 8, 1600 divide by 20 = 80. Then they will write
doubles and halves their statements in the puzzle template of 4, and
facts to find related cut it, and pass it to other students in their group to
doubles and halves play.

Mastered: students had to make a puzzle game by


solving the following problem. Student teacher will
give each student a sentence problem (numbers
from 20 up to 50), the student needs to solve it and
make 1 fact half, and 2 multiply double facts. For
example, the sentence problem will be: Shiakha has
30 apples, and Alya has half Shiakhas amount. The
division statement will be 30 divide by 2 = 15.
Other fact half will be 300 divide by 20 = 15. The
multiply fact double will be 2x15 =30, and
20x15=3000. Then they will write their statements
in the puzzle template of 4, and cut it, and pass it to
other students in their group to play.


Lesson plan 4: 31-10-17 Emerging: students had a plastic box that has
(Division by 3, 4, 5). different division problems that include the
divisors 2 and 3. They will solve the division
Learning outcomes: problem using squares and plastic boxes which
Emerging: recall will represent the divisor. For example, 20 2 =,
doubles and halves they will put two plastic boxes and then sharing
the 20 squares equally into the two boxes. then
facts for numbers up
they will write it in their math journal.
to and for doubles
facts for factors of 10 Developing: students had puzzle division game.
below 100. In the worksheet there are different division
problems that include different divisors (from 2
Developing: Use up to 5). They will have the original picture of the
known doubles and puzzle, and they will have the pieces of the
halves facts to find puzzle. They need to solve the division problem
related doubles and and represent their work by counters or drawing
halves for factors of 10 before they glue it in the correct place in the
below 200. empty template of the puzzle.
Mastered: Use known Mastered: students had bingo division game
doubles and halves worksheet. In worksheet there are different
facts to find related division problems that include different divisors
doubles and halves. (from 2 up to 10). The two students will take a turn
to play, she needs to choice a box from the bingo
boxes and solve the division problem in 2 minutes,
and she need to represent her work by using cubes
or drawing. Other student will set up the timer for
her. If she finishes before the time end she will
color the box, if not she will not color the box. Then
it will be the other student turn.