Lesson: Translate Word Phrases Into Expressions/Equations
Lesson Objective
Lesson Plan
Element/Time |
Teacher |
Do Now (8:30 – 8:40)/(10:00 –10:10) |
· Teacher walks around to greet students and check in with students about their do now and homework |
HW Check |
· Put up answers – check in with bubble students on work – help think through hw problems. |
Mental Math (8:40 – 8:50) /(10:10 – 10:20) |
· Teacher reads and reveals a series of 6 problems – helping students to think of strategies to help students solve the problems · Teacher pulls sticks (cold call) to have students answer the questions |
Mini Lesson (8:50 – 9:25)/(10:20 – 10:55) |
Opening: · Yesterday we learned about key vocabulary for working with expressions and equations. · Who can tell me the difference between an expression and an equation? Equations have equal signs, expressions do not. · What are some of the vocabulary terms we learned yesterday? What do they mean? Variable, coefficient, term, · Today we will be using our knowledge of the vocabulary to translate words into mathematical sentences and symbols. Intro: · We know that math is just a symbolic way to represent real situations and words. Today we are going to be looking at words and translating them. · This is sort of like translating something from one language to another. At times it can be tricky but there are some key words to know that mean certain things · Complete organizer. · Model going through a couple of phrases of words to symbols. Guided: · Ask students to think about the words they see – which ones help you to know about which operation? · Which help you to know about whether it is an expression or an equation Independent: · Students will work independently to translate phrases to symbols. · Teacher will ask students to think aloud what they are doing as they solve problems. Closing: · What did we learn? · Why is important? · What are some common mistakes? · What does successful work look like/sound like? |
Skills Time (9:35- 9:50) /(11:05-11:25) |
Whole class review of equivalency - FDP |
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