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October 11, 2018

Name: Alyaa Naser Grade Level: Grade 2

CCSS Standards: Use subtraction facts to help find missing addends

Main Lesson Aims (Concepts, Procedures, & Processes):

The students will be able to use subtraction facts to find missing addends

The students will be able to use manipulatives(domino) if possible to find missing addends

Materials:

teacher books

student book(s) Chapter 1: Apply addition and subtraction concepts - Lesson 11: missing
addends pages 76-78

worksheets/ papers

teacher materials

student materials/ Domino


manipulatives

technology Computer (Data show)

other Board

Key vocabulary with definitions (and pictures if appropriate):

word glossary definition image

Add join (something) to something else so as to


increase the size, number, or amount.

Subtract take away (a number or amount) from another


to calculate the difference.
Difference The result of subtracting one number
from another. How much one number
differs from another

is a mathematical term that refers to the


Addend
numbers being added together in an addition
problem.

Students’ Prior Knowledge:

Addition and subtraction


Possible Problems and Misconceptions:

1- Confusion of addition and subtraction

2- Having problem of sharing the materials.

3- If some students misbehave during the lesson.

Solutions:

1- The student teacher will remind the students about the addition and subtraction signs.

2- The teacher will remind the students that they have to share with their team or group.

3- The teacher will remind them about the classroom rules and she will do some strategies that they
know it such as ring the bill to get their attention immediately or remind them about the class dojo
points.

Lesson Schedule
Targeted teacher language:
Add, subtract, difference, addend

Student language:
Add, subtract, difference
Engage (warm up, review prior knowledge): 5-6 minutes

The ST will review the signs to ensure that all the students can recognize the difference between
addition and subtraction signs.

The student teacher will introduce the lesson by saying “Today we are going to find missing
addends”
She will introduce the words “missing addend” by asking the students to repeat after her. Also, she’ll
explain the meaning of it using addition problem, for example, she will explain that the missing
addend is missing number for example 5+__=9.
She will explain how they can use the subtraction facts to find missing addends or remind them
about the fact families they have practiced on. Also, she will ask them to participate with her
through using the different examples.one of the examples could be such as
4+__=8 and draw domino that shows one square with four dots and the other
one empty square show the missing addend or number which must equal 8.

Core (introduce and practice new concepts & procedures): 35 minutes

The student teacher will ask the students to go to their groups and open page 76 to start working
and solve the problems. While that the student teacher will go around and observe if the students
have misconceptions or need some help.

The students will complete pages 76 - 78 individually depends on their level, but the ST will observe
them and give feedback about their work.

• Approaching Level Guide students through the exercises in On My Own. The ST will help them use
manipulatives while working through the exercises in page 76 and page 77.

• On Level Complete the exercises independently in page 76 and page 77.

• Beyond Level Complete the exercises independently. The ST will tell students to work with a
partner. She will tell one of the students in each pair to use domino to write an addition number
sentence with missing addend. Then, ask their partner to write the related subtraction fact and find
the missing addend. To avoid getting them board if they finish early, the ST will tell students to
switch roles and repeat the activity.
Or she will ask them to complete page 77 and 78 by themselves.

She will remind the students to use the subtraction facts to help them find the missing addend in
the question they struggle with or count how many more they need to get to the total they have.
For example, 7+_=9 so the ST will ask the student how many more do you need to get to 9?
Close (wrap up, discussion, brief review activity or assessment): 5-6 minutes
The ST will ask some additional questions with missing addend and choose some students who are
from different levels to solve it and use subtraction facts they have learned. For example,6+_= 11,
(addition question) 11-6=_ (subtraction fact).

Learning styles catered for (✓):

Visual Auditory Read/Write Kinesthetic

Assessment for learning opportunities (✓):

Observation Student self- Oral questioning Peer assessment


assessment

Quiz Student presentation Written work and Verbal feedback


feedback