TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction............................................................................................................................. vii Matrix .................................................................................................................................. vii-xviii I. WHOLE NUMBERS A. Comprehension of Whole Numbers Reading and Writing Numbers through Billions .......................................................... Properties of Addition ................................................................................................ Properties of Multiplication ......................................................................................... Rounding Numbers ................................................................................................... Adding and Subtracting Large Numbers .................................................................... Multiplying Whole Numbers ....................................................................................... Dividing Whole Numbers ........................................................................................... One-Step Word Problems .......................................................................................... Two to Three-Step Word Problems ............................................................................ Odd and Even Numbers ............................................................................................ Greatest Common Factors (GCF) of Given Numbers ................................................. Prime and Composite Numbers ................................................................................. Prime Factors of a Number ........................................................................................ Multiples of a Given Number...................................................................................... Least Common Multiple (LCM) of a Set of Numbers .................................................. Divisibility Rules • 2, 5 and 10 .................................................................................................... • 3, 6 and 9 ..................................................................................................... • Classifying Numbers as Divisible by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10 ............................ • Classifying Numbers as Divisible by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10...

...Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards and MathLessons
In the following essay there will be four lessonplans discussed from four different websites. All of the lessons concentrate on the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Standards for Number Sense and Operations. The four lessons will be analyzed using the following criteria; the NCTM Standards, the use of differentiated...

...DIRECT INSTRUCTION LESSONPLAN
(Case Study 4.2 LessonPlan)
Sample 1
Subject Area: Math Specific Content: Improper fractions and equivalent mixed numbers
Grade Level: 6th Grade Length of Lesson: 30 minutes
Instructional Objective(s): The learner will write any improper fraction as a mixed number.
State Content Standard / Benchmark / Grade Level Expectations:
Math...

...Explanation and Justification
School and Class Context
The sequence of four science lessons were designed for prep students who study at an independent coeducational school. This school provides education from kindergarten to year 12 across four campuses and it is founded on the principles of the Christian faith as taught by the Lutheran church of Australia. The school’s ICSEA (Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage) is 1083 (ACARA, 2012), which is higher than the...

...MathLessonPlan
Grade Level:
Kindergarten
Subject:
Math
Prepared By:
Mary Ellen Guimond
Activity Name: The Matching Mittens
Learning Domain: Mathematics, Fine Motor, Cognitive
Overview & Purpose: From the story “The Mitten”, children will have sets of mittens and they will need to lay the mittens out in order along with being able to match the number with the word number.
What will be learned and why it is useful.
Education...

...DETAILED LESSONPLAN IN MATHEMATICS 1
I. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Given the necessary materials, 75% of the students should be able to:
1. identify the different shapes
2. distinguish shapes by touching real objects
3. positively respond to shapes.
II. SUBJECT MATTER
A. Topic: Shapes
B. References:
1. Cariño, Isidro D. Ph.D. & Acuña, Adoracion M. MAT. “Elementary Mathematics”. Anvil Publishing, Araneta Avenue. Quezon City.PP.117-119...

...A Detailed LessonPlan in Mathematics (First Year)
I. Objectives
Content : To know the condition(s) for lines to be perpendicular
: To determine whether two given lines are perpendicular
Process : To find the equation of the line that passes through a point (x,y) and is perpendicular
to the given line whose equation is y=mx+b
II. Subject Matter
Topic: Linear Function...

...A Detailed LessonPlan in Math for Kindergarten
Submitted by:
Clarisse Anne M. Sabusap
III-1 BECEd
Submitted to:
Prof. Jaimmy Griffin
I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to:
1. Identify the basic Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
2. Appreciate the basic Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
3. Arrange and Act the different Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s
II. Subject Matter
*...

...A Detailed LessonPlan in Technology and Livelihood Education
Wood Working/ Carpentry
(Integration in Mathematics & Values Education)
by: Edgar S. Penuela
I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
a. Discuss what is board foot;
b. Have knowledge on how to solve board foot as a unit of measure for lumber;
c. Solve problems involving measurement of board foot; and apply board foot measurement to real...