Lesson Plan Fractions 3rd grade

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Select a grade level 3-5 and a corresponding standard from Common Core State Standards for mathematical Content on Numbers and Operations: Fractions.
Select a learning target and use the provided class profile to design an activity supported by the recommendations in the IES report to teach that target. Complete all of the Planning I sections of the GCU Lesson Plan located on the College of Education site in the Student Success Center. In the “Teacher Notes” section, use the online resource, “Promoting Mathematical Thinking and Discussion with Effective Questioning Strategies,” and the IES report to help identify and describe 5 potential issues and/or roadblocks that might happen while delivering the lesson and provide possible solutions to the potential issues.
In addition, draft 10 questions for the lesson that promotes conceptual understandings related to fractions. Submit the completed section I of the lesson plan and 10 questions to your instructor.PART 2:
Select a grade level 6-8 and a corresponding standard from Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Content on Ratios and Proportional Relationship.
Select a learning target and use the provided class profile to design differentiated supported by the recommendations in the IES report for students identified as below grade-level. Complete all of the Planning I sections of the GCU Lesson Plan located on the College of Education site in the Student Success Center.
After creating the differentiated activities, provide a 250-500-word rationale with references to the IES report on how the activities are suitable for students performing at, below and above 6-8 grade-level. Submit the completed section I of the lesson plan and rationale to your instructor.PART 3:
Select a grade level 1-8 and a corresponding standard from Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Content on Problem Solving.
Select a learning target and use the provided class profile to design activities related to problem solving. Complete all of the Planning I sections of the GCU Lesson Plan located on the College of Education site in the Student Success Center.