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Subject Lesson #

Lesson
Title/Focus

Word Problems (Doubles, Near Doubles,


+10, +9)

Subject/Gra
de Level

Grade 2 Math

Unit

One-Digit Addition and Subtraction

Date
Time
Duratio
n
Teache
r

Tuesday, February 9,
2016
60 minutes (8:45
9:45)
Kirsten Hewitt

OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES


General
Learning
Outcomes:
Specific
Learning
Outcomes:

Develop number sense


9. Demonstrate an understanding of addition with answers to 100 and the
corresponding subtraction by:
Creating and solving problems that involve addition and subtraction
Using personal strategies for adding and subtracting with and
without support or manipulatives
10. Apply mental mathematics strategies such as:
Using doubles
One more, one less
Building on a known double
for basic addition facts and related subtraction facts to 18

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Students will:
1. Identify key words for addition
2. Identify key parts of a word problem
3. Solve word problems using personal strategies

ASSESSMENTS
Observations:
Key Questions:

Products/Performa
nces:

Observe students ability to find key parts of a word problem on their own
What are some words that tell us we are adding numbers?
What is the problem we are trying to solve?
What are the important numbers for our problem?
Are there any addition keywords in our problem?
Word Problem sheet

LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED


Alberta Program of Studies

MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT

Addition Key Word poster/ anchor chart


Problem Solving strategy poster/ anchor chart
13 pieces of scrap paper (cut in half)
26 Word Problem sheets (differentiated into
three groups)

PROCEDURE
Attention Grabber
Advance
Organizer/Agenda

Transition to Body
Learning Activity
#1

Introduction
Put the addition key word poster on the board
Today, students will:
1. Review/ learn key words for addition
2. Look at the key parts of a word problem
3. Solve word problems using personal strategies
4. Create their own word problems
Ask students, what are some words that tell us we are
adding numbers?
Body
Addition Key Words
Add key words to the addition anchor chart as

Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe

Time
1 minute
1 minute

Time
8:47 am

Subject Lesson #

Assessments/
Differentiation:

Learning Activity
#2

Assessments/
Differentiation

Learning Activity
#3

students suggest them


o Altogether, in all, total, increase, sum, plus,
and, combined
Explain to students that these are important words
that they need to be looking for these words in their
word problems
Question & Answer:
Students are providing key addition terms
Students understand that, with addition, things are
being increased or totalled up
Word Problems as a Class
Go through the steps of solving a word problem as a
class using a word problem example
o Start by finding the question and underlining it
What is the problem we are trying
to solve?
o Next, circle the numbers that help solve the
problem
What are the important numbers
for our problem?
o After, find the keywords that tell us addition or
subtraction and put a box around them
Are there any addition keywords in
our problem?
o If there is any extra information, students
should cross it out
To solve the problem, students take their circled
numbers and their boxed keywords and either make
an addition or subtraction sentence
o Students can also draw a picture, ten frames,
or base ten blocks to help them solve the
problem
Work through a second word problem as a class
o Have students record the important
information (the problem, the numbers, and
the keywords) on a scrap piece of paper
Question & Answer:
Students can find the key parts of a word problem to
help them solve
Observation:
During the second word problem, circulate throughout
the classroom to see how students are doing at each
step of the problem (finding the problem, the
numbers, and the key words)
Use this observation to differentiate the worksheets
Word Problems Individually
Based on students abilities with the word problems as
a class, hand out one of three different levels of
worksheets
o Easy one or two sentence problems to those
who struggle with reading and/ or math
o A mixture of easy and longer problems to those
who are average
o Longer problems and those with extra
information for those who excel
Instruct students that they need to follow the steps of

Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe

5 minutes

8:52 am
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute

2 minutes
5 minutes

9:00 am

40
minutes

Subject Lesson #

Assessments/
Differentiation

Consolidation of
Learning:

Activity # 1

problem solving on their sheets


o Underling the question
o Circle important numbers
o Box key words
o Cross out unimportant information
o Write a number sentence
o Use visuals to solve, if needed
Product:
Students have underlined the question, circled the key
numbers, and put a box around key addition words
Students have written a correct addition sentence
Students have correctly solved the problem
Closure
Review the steps of problem solving
Create a CUBES anchor chart to help students
remember the strategy
Ask students for what the steps are
Sponge Activities
If students finish their problem solving work early, have them
create their own problems and switch with a friend and try
and solve them

Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe

Time
5 minutes
Time