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Title of Lesson: iPod Addition Math FactsTimeframe of Lesson: 7 days and ongoing throughout the school yearAuthor(s): Stacy CoxSchool District: Frederic Elementary SchoolSubject Area(s): MathGrade Level(s)/Course: 2nd Grade
State Standards
HYPERLINK "http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/dpi/standards/" http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/dpi/standards/Subject Specific:
A.4.2 Communicate mathematical ideas in a variety of ways, including words, numbers, symbols, pictures, charts, graphs, tables, diagrams, and models
A.4.4 Use appropriate mathematical vocabulary, symbols, and notation with understanding based on prior conceptual work
F.4.6 Recognize and use generalized properties and relationships of arithmetic (e.g., commutatively of addition, inverse relationship of multiplication and division)
Technology Specific: HYPERLINK "http://dpi.wi.gov/imt/itlstfst.html" http://dpi.wi.gov/imt/itlstfst.html
A.4.1 Use common media and technology terminology and equipment
A.4.2 Identify and use common media formats
C.4.4 Demonstrate self-motivation and increasing responsibility for their learning
D.4.2 Use information, media, and technology in a responsible manner
Stated Objective(s)
The students will use an iPod Touch to help them memorize their basic addition facts.
The students will work toward mastering each level in the Math Facts in a Flash computer program.
Procedures for Lesson
Day 1
Using my Smart Board I would go over our computer program Math Facts in a Flash showing them how the program measures their knowledge of their math facts. This is a program we will be working on throughout the whole year. Together we will then review and discuss the many ways we can add (counting on, using manipulatives, mental math, etc.). Next, we will go to the computer lab and the students will use the Math Facts in a Flash program. When the students have completed a test I will check to see their results. We will keep track of each level each student passes in hopes of mastering our math facts, starting with addition.
Day 2
We will start out reviewing the Math Facts in a Flash program that we did the day before. I will explain to the students that we have some additional ways to help us get better at memorizing our math facts so we can pass the Math Facts in a Flash levels. I will then introduce the iPod Touch. I will project the iPod onto my Smart Board and explain how to use it. I will show them the application Awesome Addition. With their own iPods and a partner they will practice going through each addition table first. Once completed they will do the mix it up portion adding 1-10s together. Students will use the iPods similar to flash cards holding up the iPod with the problem on it for their partner to see and give an answer. After the partner has given an answer the partner with the iPod would reveal the correct answer to see if he/she was correct.
Day 3
We will start out reviewing the iPod procedures and the Awesome Addition application done previously. Then, I will introduce the Basic Math application on the iPod. I will explain how to take a screen shot on the iPod as the students will need to do this in order to show me what they have accomplished. After the students complete each set of basic math fact questions they will need to take a screen shot of the completion page. The students will complete each set 4 times. Once finished they will show me their 4 screen shots so I can see how well they did. I will explain that their goal is to get 80% or higher. The students will then work individually on their iPods.
Day 4
We will start by reviewing the application Basic Math and how the students did completing the sets of math facts. Together we will review how to add 2 digit numbers such as 12 + 8. I would then introduce the MATHO application on the iPod. The students will play MATHO 5 times taking screen shots of how well they did after getting MATHO each time. Students will look for their length of time it took them to get MATHO and see if they got better at it each time they started a new game. The students will then find a spot in the classroom and work individually on their iPods.
Day 5
We will start out reviewing the application MATHO and what the students liked or disliked about the application. We would also talk about strategies students used to get MATHO. I would then introduce the PopMath application on the iPod. The math problems get much harder as you get to higher levels. Together we would discuss what strategies we could use to help us (answer easier problems first, find the problems first and then match them with the balloon answers, etc.) The students will then work on their iPods individually. The students goal will be to master as many levels as they can, but also to answer the math facts correctly without making many mistakes as their scores will show how well they did. When the time is up the students will take a screen shot to show me what level they made it to and how many points they have received.
Day 6
Together we will review all the iPod applications we have done so far. We will discuss new strategies and likes and dislikes of the applications. Today the students will go back to the computer lab to take another Math Facts in a Flash test on the computer to see how many levels they can pass and how well they are starting to memorize their basic math addition facts. After that, the students will be able to choose what math fact application they would like to work on with their iPod. When finished with the application, they will take a screen shot to show how well they did.
Day 7
Today will be a game day for the students. They will work together in groups of 4 challenging each other in games of MATHO and PopMath. In MATHO they will see who can get MATHO in the quickest time, but only missing 0 or 1 answer each game. In PopMath they will see who can get to the highest level with the highest score after playing for 5 minutes.
The students will also write a short journal entry explaining what their favorite iPod application is and why.
Ongoing
*The students can continue to use the iPod Touch to practice their addition facts throughout the year. They can grab an iPod to use when their math work is completed for the day.
*We could use this same routine with all the iPod math applications when we discuss subtraction.
*It could also be used near the end of the year when we introduce multiplication.
**Students that are more advanced in their math facts can continue to be challenged with these applications.
**Students that need extra help can review and revisit easier applications.
Assessment or Evaluation
The students will be assessed through informal observations, cooperation in small groups, demonstrating basic knowledge of computer and iPod skills, and using technology appropriately.
The students will fill out a student self-assessment and I will fill out the teacher assessment.
MaterialsiPod Touch for every student (17)
Awesome Addition application
Basic Math application
MATHO application
PopMath application
Computer lab with a computer for each student (17)
Math Facts in a Flash program
Smart BoardStudent Self-Assessment
Name________________ Date_________________
I can add numbers correctly.
I can add in my head without
the help from manipulatives.
I understood each task that was
assigned.
I can use the iPod without help.
I used technology appropriately
at all times.
I have memorized the addition
facts.
Assessment
Name ________________Date_________________
Student can add numbers
correctly.
Student can add in their head
without using manipulatives.
Student understood each task
assigned to them.
Student can use the iPod without
help.
Student used technology
appropriately at all times.
Student has memorized the
addition facts.
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