Lisa Clark - Gulfport School District

Lisa Rouse
Angela Bellman
Lesson Plans: Nov. 10-14, 2014
BELL RINGER ( all week)
Computer Lab Schedule
8:00-8:30 IReady Math/ST Math
9:00-9:30-Iready Math/ST Math
2.NBT.A.4 Compare two three-digit numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones
digits, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
We will be covering the following pages in the Math Ready Common Core book.
Mon. – pg. 96-97
Tues.- pg. 98-99
Wed.- pg. 100-101
Thurs.- pg. 102-103 – together, pg. 104-105 - independent
Fri. - Assessment
Brain Pop Jr. – Comparing Numbers. This short video will compliment the lesson by reinforcing
the ways to compare numbers and why we need to compare numbers. It starts with single digits,
then double digits and finishes with three digit numbers.
Promethean Planet – Compare and Order Numbers by Jessica Ward. This activity will assist kids
learning the symbols for comparing numbers, has a game where the students select the correct
symbol for the numbers, and also includes a section where the students will place the numbers
in order from greatest to least and vice versa.
Center 1
Center 2
Center 3
Center 4
Opening Hands On – distribute double digit flash cards between pairs of students. The students
will flip the cards over and compare which number is higher and the student with the number
higher card wins both cards.
Teacher center: Remediation/skill building center. Teacher drives DI based on class work, tests, Iready reports, and ST math.
Hands on activity-(pg. 129 common core teacher manual) Distribute one set of 10, 3-digit
number cards per student pair, four sets of 0-9 cards per pair, one care with > on it. The students
will take turns flipping over a card, and then one student will select the inequality between the
numbers and explains the reasoning for the placement. Then they switch for the next card
Computer center- I-ready Math/ST MATH
Students will be given a list on numbers that they will have to write in their math journals with
the appropriate symbol in between <,>, or =.
Center 5
Challenge Activity – How far is it? (Page 129, Common Core Book). Students will be given a list of
ten cities and a simple map of the United States. They will draw for the two cities, locate them
on the map and write in their journals which city is furthest away.
Exit slips, discussion, interactive math journal. Weekly test given on Friday.
Homework is given each week on Monday, and turned in on Friday.
Greater than, Less than, Equal
Can I determine whether numbers are greater than, less than, or equal to each other? Can I express
equalities and inequalities in number sentences using proper notation?
Lisa Rouse
Angela Bellman
Lesson Plans: Nov 10-14, 2014
BELL RINGER -( all week)
TSW complete ask and answer questions about picture put on the promethean board by
teacher to figure out the key details in a text.
Computer Lab Schedule
9:40-10:30-Iready Language Arts
1:15-2:00-Iready Language Arts
Know and use various text features (e.g., captions, bold print, subheadings,
glossaries, indexes, electronic menus, icons) to locate key facts or
information in a text efficiently.
Use knowledge of the meaning of individual words to predict the
meaning of compound words (e.g., birdhouse, lighthouse, housefly;
bookshelf, notebook, bookmark).
Write opinion pieces in which they introduce the topic or book they are
writing about, state an opinion, supply reasons that support the opinion,
use linking words (e.g., because, and, also) to connect opinion and reasons,
and provide a concluding statement or section.
We will be covering the following pages in the Reading Ready Common Core book.
Tues- pg. 108
Wed- pg. 109
Thurs- pg. 110-111
Fri- pg. 112-114
Center 1
Center 2
Center 3
Center 4
Teacher center: Remediation/skill building center. Teacher drives DI based on class work,
tests, I-ready reports, ect
Skill Center:
Monday-Friday TSW read short passages with text features included in the passages and
complete a text feature scavenger hunt sheet correlating with the lesson.
Computer: I-ready reading/la
Language Center: This week’s center work for language will come from the Ready Common
Core skill of compound words. The students will complete various sheets on compound
words for practice.
Center 5
Writing-Opinion writing sheets. TSW complete an opinion writing sheet based on the
common core standard from the Ready workbook. A writing topic will be introduced on
Monday, and students will be given the chance to work on it through Friday.
This week, we will use exit slips, discussions, center work, and weekly tests for formative
The students will read various passages about different forms of transportation.
(ready common core page 114 )
2d Compare and contrast the effects of location, weather, and physical environment on the
way people live (e.g., food, clothing, shelter, transportation, recreation). (DOK 2)
Links for
Monday homework is given to each student. It is due on Friday. The homework will focus
on language, reading, and math skills from the lessons taught during the week.
Vocabulary words correspond with Ready Common Core Reading. Vocabulary words this
week are: types, transportation
What are different reasons we use text features? Why do books contain certain text