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Lesson Overview

Lesson Title:

Adding Money

Lesson
Summary:

After reviewing the appearance of names and


appearances of bills and coins, the students will
learn the basics of adding money.

Subject Area
(s):

Math

Grade Level:

9th-12th grade 12:1:1 Math Direct


Instruction

Approximate
Time:

Lesson Foundation

Targeted Content
Standards &
Benchmarks

CC Math Standards:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.C.8
Solve word problems involving dollar
bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and
pennies, using $ and symbols
appropriately. Example: If you have 2
dimes and 3 pennies, how many cents
do you have?

Student
Objective(s)/
Outcome(s)

The students will be able to:


1. Identify coins and bills by name and
appearance
2. Add bills and coins together to get a
set amount
3. Add monetary amounts together
based on the language used in a
word problem

80 minutes

Materials Needed
Technology

SmartBoard, SmartExchange, Computers

Worksheets/
Hand-outs

1. Money... Again!
2. Word Problems: Addition

Background
Knowledge

The students are required to have a


basic understanding of bills and coins,
their appearance, and their value.

1. SmartExchange: Pre-made SmartBoard


activities and money assessments
2. Computer Lab Access

Curriculum
Framing
Questions

Essential How can money be used on


Question
a day-to-day basis?

Other
Supplies

Accommodations for Differentiated Instruction

Students with Special Needs


and ESL Learners

General

Multiple Intelligences

Jozcelin Allen

Jozcelin will continue to work on coin


identification and adding money to get a set
value.

Tyler Hemingway

Tyler will continue to work on practicing


basic math skills.

Adam Hyatt

Adam will expand his knowledge on bill and


coin values to include $10, $20, and $50
dollar bills. He will also work on making the
appropriate change with these bills.

- Visuals: All work will be shown on the SmartBoard


- Peer Teaching: Students will have a chance to demonstrate a problem on the SmartBoard
for the class
- Direct and One-On-One Instruction: Instruction will be given in both formats
- Money Manipulatives: Students will work with fake coins and bills
- Computer Lab: Students will spend time working on the computers in the computer lab.

Visual-Spatial
Intrapersonal
Naturalistic
Logical-Mathematical

Interpersonal
Musical
Bodily-Kinesthetic
Verbal-Linguistic

Lesson Plan
Vocabulary

Addition, sum

INTRODUCTION/
HOOK

Students previously learned how to identify bills and coins by their appearance and
value...
1. Video: Showing how money is made in money factories http://kids.usa.gov/
watch-videos/money/money-factory/index.shtml
2. Video leads into a review of the last lesson using SmartExchange...
3. Review: Identify bills and coins on slides 8 & 9 http://exchange.smarttech.com/
search.html?q=paper+money#page=2
4. Review: Practice questions on adding coins to get a set value http://
exchange.smarttech.com/details.html?id=fcd1860e-170b-46e9-b4e6d7b7aa5812f1
5. Review: Practice questions on adding bills to get a set value http://
exchange.smarttech.com/details.html?id=d01f6db7f83b-4deb-8ea1-1d32c9670da8
6. What happens when we add bills and coins together? Segway into body of
lesson...

ACTIVITIES

7. Working with Bills and Coins: Educator, TAs, and Aides will pass out random
amounts of play bills and coins to each student. The students must count up
their bills and coins. Once they have added their amount of money correctly, they
will receive a worksheet.
8. Adding Bills and Coins Worksheet: A generated worksheet containing images
of bills and coins. Students must practice adding the given bills and coins to get a
set amount.
9. Board Demonstration: Each student will be given the opportunity to come up to
the board and demonstrate their counting strategies to the class while providing
the class with the correct answers to the bills and coins worksheet.

CLOSURE/TAKE
AWAY

10. Exit Slip: The students will be asked to fill out an Exit Slip before going to
the computer lab to work on their online assessment program. The students will
be asked, Why is adding money correctly so important?Once they have filled
out their exit slip, a few students will be selected to share their responses.
11. Online Assessment: After the Exit Slip discussion, the students will go to the
computer lab where they will complete their online assessment based on
addition and money skills.

INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES
*How do they connect
with the objective(s)?

Assessment Plan
Before Lesson Begins

Throughout Lesson

After Lesson is Completed

Students will actively


participate in a review
session including
previously used
SmartExchange
SmartBoard activities.

1. Working with Bills and Coins exercise will demonstrate students


abilities to count tactile bills and coins to get a correct amount.
2. Adding Bills and Coins Worksheet SmartBoard Demonstration
will allow students to demonstrate their knowledge to the class
while teaching the concept and displaying the correct answer.
3. The Exit Slip will allow students to discuss the reasons why
they feel adding money correctly is so important.

Students will complete their


online assessment program as
another way to demonstrate
their knowledge of adding
money.

Assessment Summary
(Hypothetical Example)

Review Session: All students actively participated in the review session!


Working with Bills and Coins Exercise: The kinesthetic aspect of this activity really helped the students to get into the mindset
of the lesson. Having the fake money in their hands helped the students better understand the concept of adding money.
Adding Bills and Coins Worksheet: The students enjoy working independently and receiving help when they need it.
Exit Slip: The exit slip was a great way to get the students participating and thinking about the importance of adding money.
They will need to be aware of this issue when they are in the real world.
Online Assessment: 80 minutes is a long period, and every day it is a struggle to keep the students engaged. Sometimes their
online scores do not reflect their best work because they try to rush through it. However, their assessments showed very little
error and a high level of accuracy.

Educator Reflection
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Community Outreach
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