The student will know the basic terms associated long division.
The student will be able to effectively complete long division.
The teacher will present the lesson in the form of lecture and
demonstrations. The teacher will use the chalkboard to demonstrate and
teach the lesson. After the anticipatory set and engagement, the teacher
will passout the student lesson guide, worksheet and the Anticipation
Guide . The teacher will explain the Anticipation guide, then have the
students fill out the Anticipation Guide. Next, I would discuss and
explain the definitions associated with long division. Next, the first
example in the lesson guide would be explained. The teacher will then
show the work for the first example on the chalkboard. Next, I would
check the comprehension of the students to ensure they understood the
example. Next, I would go on to example number two. I would explain
example number two. Next, I would check the comprehension of the
students to ensure they understood the example. Because the students
have difficulty with long division, I would demonstrate a third problem.
Before going further I would check for comprehension and understanding
with each student. After Modeling and going over the students guided
practice, I would recheck for their understanding of the lesson. I would
then break them into four groups. The groups would watch the videos and complete their problems. Afterwards, we would discuss the problems. Before the class would end, I
would cover the Anticipation Guide, that was passed out in the beginning