22 Independent learning… “You Do” You have…1 dollar2 quarters2 dimes1 nickel6 penniesWhat is your totalamount?Challenge:If your sister gives you3 quarters&2 pennies more,how much money will you have all together?
23 Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday Lesson PlanAlexander Who Used to Be Rich Last SundaySecond Grade, Common Core Learning TaskStandard:2.MD.8 Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using $ and ¢ symbols appropriately.Student Objective Statement:I can solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using $ (dollars) and ¢ (cents) symbols appropriately.Essential questions: How will you find the total amount of given currency? Why is important to know how to count money?Hook/Engage – Think, Pair, & Share: What can you do with money? How would you get money?Activities & Sequencing:Accessing Prior Knowledge (5 mins):Money song, Quick Check coin recognitionVocabulary: Dollar Sign $, Decimal, ¢ Cent SignSequence of whole group, small group, & Independent work:Set the purpose by asking essential questions reading the story (5-10 mins).Complete the “I Do” story problems by modeling, teacher & student. (10-15 mins)Review expectations, small group/partner assignments and mathematical practices. Students break into groups and complete the “We Do” tasks (10-15mins).Transition Time/Money Fun Facts (2-3 mins)Share time – choose sets of students to present their work. (5-10 mins)Connecting across curriculum- Author’s Assignment – writing about money (20-45 mins)Discuss what students could purchase if they had $100Create a story map reference the slideWrite personal narrativesClose/End of the Day review – “I Do” taskThis can be treated as an exit slip if used for formative assessment. (5-10 mins)