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In all classrooms, there are students with different levels of ability. No matter what concept is being taught, presenting the basics to the class and then providing activities that individualize instruction meets the needs of more students and provides opportunities for student engagement and feeling of success. Writing lesson plans for such classroom interaction can be a time-consuming task. Sometimes searching the internet will lead to lesson plans that are already developed. Below we give you some great resources to help you with your lesson including an arithmetic sequences and series worksheet or three! 🙂
Eventually, calculators are used to find answers. There is a difference between data entry and concept comprehension. The latter is important for students to have mastered a concept. This lesson plan is presented on a templates that would be useful for teachers designing plans of their own.
Features that are particularly helpful are possible student responses, teacher support and actions, and means of assessing mastery. The introduction is so simple that students may feel the instruction is beneath their level of understanding.
If that impression occurs, it is the real acknowledgment of mastery and an opportunity for teachers to reply with comments that tell students they are smart and good at math. The endorphins the body produces when praised cause myelin to coat synapses in the brain and make learning easier. Which is fancy science mumbo jombo talk for IT MAKES THEM FEEL GOOD TO FEEL SMART!
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Freebie Pre-Requisite Resources for this Lesson:
- Factoring to Solve Quadratic Equations – Know Your Roots
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions – Cut the Cheese