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Lessons Objectives Standards Assessments

Lesson 1: Introduce Bar Graphs -Students will be able to draw a bar CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.D.10 Formative: The teacher will ask
graph. Draw a picture graph and a bar several questions to check
-Students will be able to convert a graph (with single-unit scale) to students’ understanding of
picture graph into a bar graph. represent a data set with up to content. The teacher will monitor
four categories. Solve simple put- each student’s work during the
together, take-apart, and lesson.
compare problems1using Summative: The teacher will
information presented in a bar check each student’s answers on
graph. p.235-6.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.OA.A.1
within 100 to solve one- and two-
step word problems involving
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.1
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.OA.B.2
20 using mental strategies.2 By
end of Grade 2, know from
memory all sums of two one-digit
numbers.

Lesson 2: Read Bar Graphs -Students will be able to read and Same as above Formative: The teacher will ask
draw two types of bar graphs. several questions to check
-Students will be able to convert a students’ understanding of
horizontal (vertical) bar graph into a content. The teacher will monitor
vertical (horizontal) bar graph. each student’s work during the
lesson. The teacher will walk
around, check each student’s
work, and record them on a
sticky note.
Summative: The teacher will
p.237-238.

Lesson 3: Solve Problems Using a -Students will be able to use Same as above Formative: The teacher will ask
Bar Graph information in bar graphs to solve several questions to check
Put Together/ Take Apart and students’ understanding of
Compare problems having one or content. The teacher will monitor
more steps to solve. each student’s work during the
lesson. The teacher will walk
around, check each student’s
work, and record them on a
sticky note.
Summative: The teacher will
p.239-241.
Lesson 4: Sort Information + -Students will be able to use Same as above Formative: The teacher will ask
Group Activity information in bar graphs to solve several questions to check
Put Together/ Take Apart and students’ understanding of
Compare problems having one or content. The teacher will monitor
more steps to solve. each student’s work during the
lesson. The teacher will walk
around, check each student’s
work, and record them on a
sticky note.
Summative: The teacher will
p.242 and their worksheet.
Lesson 5: Collect and Graph Data -Students will be able to gather, Same as above Formative: The teacher will ask
+ Birthday graph activity organize, and display data using a several questions to check
data table and graphs. students’ understanding of
content. The teacher will monitor
each student’s work during the
lesson. The teacher will walk
around, check each student’s
work, and record them on a
sticky note.
Summative: The teacher will
p.243-244 and their classroom
birthday graph worksheets.
Lesson 6: Make Graphs and -Students will be able to interpret Same as above Formative: The teacher will ask
Interpret Data 1 data in graphs and use the data for several questions to check
problem solving. students’ understanding of
content. The teacher will monitor
each student’s work during the
lesson. The teacher will walk
around, check each student’s
work, and record them on a
sticky note.
Summative: The teacher will
p.245-246.

Lesson 7: Make Graphs and -Students will be able to interpret Same as above Formative: The teacher will ask
Interpret Data 2 data in graphs and use the data for several questions to check
problem solving. students’ understanding of
content. The teacher will monitor
each student’s work during the
lesson. The teacher will walk
around, check each student’s
work, and record them on a
sticky note.
Summative: The teacher will
p.247-248.

Lesson 8: Focus on Mathematical -Students will be able to use their Same as above Formative: The teacher will ask
Practices mathematical knowledge of bar several questions to check
graphs when they solve real world students’ understanding of
problems. content. The teacher will monitor
each student’s work during the
lesson. The teacher will walk
around, check each student’s
work, and record them on a
sticky note.
Summative: The teacher will
p.249-250 and a worksheet.

Lesson 9: m&ms Activity -Students will be able to draw a bar Same as above Formative: The teacher will ask
graph using the data they collected. several questions to check
-Students will be able to solve and students’ understanding of
create one-step problems related to content. The teacher will monitor
a bar graph. each student’s work during the
lesson. The teacher will walk
around, check each student’s
work, and record them on a
sticky note.
Summative: The teacher will