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# Math Lesson Plan- Topic 9.

## I. Content and Standards:

a. 1.NBT.C.5- Given a two-digit number, mentally find 10 more or 10 less
than the number, without having to count; explain the reasoning used.

## b. 1.NBT.B.3- Compare two two-digit numbers based on meaning of the tens

and ones digits, recording the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =,
and <.

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

II. Prerequisites:

## d. 1.NBT.B.2- Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent

amounts of tens and ones.

## a. If I have 1 more, 1 less, 10 more or 10 less, than a number what is the

relationship? Comparison?
IV. Instructional Objective:

a. Students will be able to find numbers that are more or less than a given
number

V. Instructional Procedures:

## iii. Continue through each page, emphasizing the comparison of the

number of each item and that there is not enough/too many of one
item.

## i. Use place value blocks to demonstrate the number after and

number before 12.

## 1. “We know that 10 changes which digit in a number?”

d. Independent Practice- work with math partner

## i. “How do you find 10 more than any number?”

ii. “If I redraw this a little, what does this picture remind you of?”

iii. Write template, but let students fill in their own numbers for riddle.

## f. Exit ticket- to transition out of math.

i. Students will have to say what number comes +/-1 and +/- 10 from
a given number using a number grid to help.

## VI. Materials and Equipment:

Smart Board, Envision Math Interactive Digital Book, Interactive Math story
booklet, student math journals, number grid.

VII. Assessment/Evaluation:
a. Journal work

b. Exit ticket

## VIII. VII. Differentiation: Individualized Activities:

a. High-level students

## i. Students will be pulled by teacher for extension work.

b. lower 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, and exit tickets will serve as an immediate evaluation of the specific
lesson and previous lessons.