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# Ashley Canning – Algebra in the Real World

Lesson Planning
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## Writing the lesson plan:

Translating thoughts into a plan of action
Week 6
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LESSON PREPARATION

(Provide Standard number and statement)
2.5.A2.A: Develop a plan to analyze a problem, identify the information needed to solve
the problem, carry out the plan, check whether an answer makes sense, and explain how
the problem was solved in grade appropriate contexts.
Lesson Objective(s)
(Stated in observable and measurable terms)
Students will be able to:
 Read an article pertaining to math in the real world and answer questions
pertaining to the article
Assessment Plan
(What will be done to determine if lesson objectives have been met?)
Students will read an article on how mathematics is used in crime solving and
respond to questions pertaining to the article.

Materials:
Computer lab with Internet access

## Inclusion Techniques for Students with Special Needs:

The teacher will assist students individually during class.

Enrichment Techniques:
Students who have mastered the material may assist those who have not.

Lesson Differentiation (What modifications/accommodations will be made to ensure that ALL students
The teacher will move throughout the room to assist students as necessary.
Teacher will be available outside of class to help students as needed.
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LESSON PRESENTATION

## Introduction/Motivational Activities/Anticipatory Set:

Discuss, as a class, whether or not students think math can help in crime solving and
prevention

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Lesson Plan template
Ashley Canning – Algebra in the Real World

## Detailed Teaching Sequence:

(Provide sufficient detail that would enable a substitute to effectively present this lesson. Bulleted
statements are preferred)
Discuss, as a class, whether or not students think math can help in crime solving
and prevention
Take students to the lab and introduce them to the blogging website for the class
Have students answer first part of the blog question pertaining to the “Calculating
Crime” article
Show them how to access the article entitled “Calculating Crime” from the Useful
Pages portion of the blog
Read the article together as a class
Have students answer second part of the blog question pertaining to the
“Calculating Crime” article
Require students to submit exit slips on which they will write one way in which
they think math can help with crime prevention/solving. If they don’t think that it
can help, they should give one reason why
Guided Practice/Independent Practice/Assessment Activities
Students will read an article on how mathematics is used in crime solving and
respond to questions pertaining to the article.
Closure:
Require students to submit exit slips on which they will write one way in which
they think math can help with crime prevention/solving. If they don’t think that it
can help, they should give one reason why

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