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# Math Lesson Plan- Topic 8.

## I. Content and Standards:

a. 1.NBT.B.2- Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent
amounts of tens and ones.

## e. MP.8- Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

II. Prerequisites:

a. CC.2.1.K.A.1 Know number names and write and recite the count
sequence.

## b. CC.2.1.1.B.1 Extend the counting sequence to read and write numerals to

represent objects.

## c. CC.1.OA.C.5- Relate counting to addition and subtraction

d. 1.NBT.A.1- Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this
range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a
written numeral.

## IV. Instructional Objective:

a. Students will be able to count tens and ones to find two-digit numbers.

V. Instructional Procedures:

a. Solve and Share- Morning Math Message and at smart board with partner.

## i. Working with math partner, students receive a bag of 26 cubes.

ii. Students make first guess without taking the cubes out of the bag.

iii. At math, students will make a second guess, taking the cubes out
of the bag.

iv. Students will then confirm how many are in the bag by counting
and compare to their guesses.

## iii. How many altogether?

iv. Do you understand?- How are these numbers the same? How are
these numbers different?

## i. Complete 3-5 with partner

ii. #6- We’re looking for a number with the same number in the tens
and ones. What does that look like?

## d. Math Practices-at smart board

i. If there are 3 packages of 10, how many 10’s are there?

## ii. How many ones do we have?

e. Exit ticket

i. Students will be given a number and must break the number into
the tens and the ones.

## VI. Materials and Equipment:

Smart Board, Envision Math Interactive Digital Book, student math journals,
bags of 26 unifix cubes.

VII. Assessment/Evaluation:
a. Journal work

## VIII. VII. Differentiation: Individualized Activities:

a. High-level students

## i. Students will be worked with in small group or individually during

independent work.

IX. Technology:

## Smart Board, Envision Math Interactive Digital Book

X. Self-Assessment:
Student engagement, student responses to questions, student work in math
journal, observation during activities, and exit tickets will serve as an
immediate evaluation of the specific lesson and previous lessons.