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Posted Wed Jul 9 06:47:15 PDT 2003 by Judy Schweer (Sweetdreamin26@hotmail.com).

Peru State College, Beatrice, NE United States

Materials Required: Pencils/paper & chalkboard

Concepts Taught: 1. Students will learn how to add and subract positive numbers.

1. Procedures

A. Anticipatory Set

The teacher will draw a number line on

the board showing positive and negative

numbers.

B. Instructional Input

The teacher will discuss with the students

the necessity of understanding Algebra.

Points will be covered of where Algebraic

concepts are used without thinking about

it in our daily lives. (banking,

construction, etc.)

C. Modeling

The teacher will use simple examples of

Algebraic equations on the board while

showing the students how they are solved.

D. Monitoring

The teacher will watch and note which

students are having difficulty

understanding the concepts. These

students will be offered extra assistance.

E. Guided Practice

The teacher will write some equations on

the board for the students to copy down

and solve.

F. Independent Practice

The teacher will write more equations

on the board. The students will copy

these down onto their paper and solve

them for examination in the next math

class period.

G. Closure

The teacher will end the class by

re-capping the concepts discussed

during the class period and asking

if there are any questions about any

of them.Evaluation/Assessment

The teacher will make note of the

students who appeared to be struggling

throught the concept and give them

additional support to be sure they

grasp them before moving on to more

difficult aspects of the unit.