# Lisa Clark - Gulfport School District

Lisa Rouse
Angela Bellman
Lesson Plans: Nov. 3-7, 2014
BELL RINGER ( all week)
Computer Lab Schedule
Monday-Friday
Math/Science
Objectives
2.NBT.A.3 Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and
expanded form.
We will be covering the following pages in the Math Ready Common Core book.
Mon. – pg. 88-89
Tues.- pg. 90-91
Wed.- pg. 92-93
Thurs.- pg. 94-95
Fri. - Assessment
Center 1
Center 2
Center 3
Center 4
Center 5
Brain Pop Jr. – Place Values. This short video will compliment the lesson by reinforcing the
meanings of ones, tens, and hundreds. Also, explaining expanded formation.
Promethean Planet – Second Grade Go Math: This activity will help with teaching place values
up to hundred with an assortment of activities.
Promethean Planet – Expanded Notation: This activity will help with teaching the students how
to write in expanded notations after reading the numbers and visually seeing the cubes, rods,
and flats.
Teacher center: Remediation/skill building center. Teacher drives DI based on class work, tests, Iready reports, and ST math.
Hands on activity-(pg. 118 common core teacher manual) Distribute a hundreds chart and cubes,
rods, and flats to each student. Distribute 1-9 red playing card and blue card and one yellow
dice. The red card is the hundreds place, blue card is the tens place, and the yellow dice is the
ones place. Working in pairs, they will pull one of each card and roll the dice. They will place the
objects in correct place value order, then place the flats, rods and cubes on the place value mat
and then write the number in their math journal in expanded and standard form.
Ex. 110 = 1 hundred + 1 ten + 1 one
Students will be given a list on numbers that they have to write in standard form and expanded
forms.
Challenge Activity – Student given a hundreds chart. Then given a list of numbers to the one
hundreds and asked to write all the ways they can rewrite the number. Ex. 127: 1 hundred, 2
tens, 7 ones; 12 tens and 7 ones; 127 ones
Assessments
Exit slips, discussion, interactive math journal. Weekly test given on Friday.
Homework is given each week on Monday, and turned in on Friday.
Homework
Vocabulary
Essential
Question
Ones, tens, hundreds, place value, one-step problem
Why is it important to be able to identify place values: ones, tens, and hundreds? How can I mode
three-digit numbers? How can I interpret a model and write the number value?
Lisa Rouse
Angela Bellman
Lesson Plans: Nov 3-7, 2014
BELL RINGER -( all week)
teacher to figure out the key details in a text.
Computer Lab Schedule
Monday-Friday
Objectives
RI.2.5
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.
L.2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through conversations, reading and being
describe (e.g., When other kids are happy that makes me happy).
W.2.1
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.
Mon-99
Tues- pg. 100
Wed- pg. 101
Thurs- pg. 102-103
Fri- pg. 104-105
Center 1
Center 2
Center 3
Teacher center: Remediation/skill building center. Teacher drives DI based on class work,
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.
Center 4
Center 5
Assessment:
SS/SCI
integration:
Language Center: This week’s center work for language will come from the Ready Common
Core skill of Using words and phrases acquired through conversations, reading and being
describe. TSW read the passages given in center two and write each bold face word in a
sentence.
Writing-Opinion writing sheets. TSW complete an opinion writing sheet based on the
common core standard from the Ready workbook.
This week, we will use exit slips, discussions, center work, and weekly tests for formative
assessment.
The students will read a passage from Ready CC about Abe Lincoln, as well as passages that
include other historical figures, and use text features when reading.
5c Name historical figures of various cultures (e.g., Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Edison,
Frederick Douglas, Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, etc.). (DOK 1)
Homework
Vocabulary
Essential
Question
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.