Instructional Unit Plan

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When developing an instructional unit plan, an effective teacher will consider the placement within a sequence of events of the model curricula. Multiple perspectives of diverse backgrounds and the use of technology are embedded.

For this assignment, based on the knowledge and skills you have gained in the course:

  1. Develop a 5-day instructional unit plan that could be adapted to the current curriculum map in the classroom. The unit plan should be on High School Math level.
  2. The lesson plan for teaching small groups in weeks 3 and 4 will be 2 of the 5-day unit plan. Days 1, 2, and 5 can be built around the small group instructional plans. (I HAVE TWO, YOU ARE ONLY CREATING THREE) ** 9th grade Math Lesson Plans ***Use the “COE Lesson Plan Template” for each lesson. Include details on the resources and materials needed for the unit plan to be effective for all students and adequate for the discipline. If you are using websites or videos, provide a link to those sites in the lesson plan template.
  3. Be sure you are considering the unique learning needs of each student. Create an engaging unit plan that pays special attention to the appropriateness and effectiveness of the learning experiences planned and the opportunities to develop students’ knowledge and skills. In addition, pay close attention to relevant objectives as they support the embedded standards. Create relevant assessments that align to the appropriate learning goals and content standards.
  4. Your unit plan needs a cover sheet that outlines the grade level, subject area, and topic you are covering in the unit. The audience for this lesson would be the classroom you are currently completing your field experience in. Collaborate with your mentor teacher where appropriate.
  5. Additionally, in a 500-750 word reflection explain the process by which you continued to follow a curriculum map and developed five lessons to support the curriculum. Provide a rationale for the strategies selected and sequencing built. Explain the choice of assessments and any re-teaching that could be necessary. Explain how understanding cultural, ethnic, gender, and learning differences creates a more relevant learning experiences and promote ethical practice.

Support your findings with 3-5 scholarly resources.

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RyanTopTutor
School: University of Maryland

Attached.

LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE
Section 1: Lesson Preparation
Teacher Candidate
Name:

Grade Level:

9th

Date:

January 5, 2019

Unit/Subject:

Mathematics

Instructional Plan
Title:

9th grade Math Lesson Plan

Lesson Summary and
Focus:

Mathematics is a subject that can be difficult to master or teach. However,
it may be easy to understand when the lesson plan is effectively created.
This lesson plan entails a critical summary of the mathematics models for
9th grade which will help 9th graders excel in mathematics lesson.

Classroom and
Student
Factors/Grouping:

Classroom setup and environmental factors are some of the factors that
influence learning within the classroom. However, there are other factors
that may influence learning within the classroom environment such as
language, level of teaching, and other individual centered factors, gifted
abilities, and other important factors that influence learning within the
classroom environment. The lesson plan will thus highlight these factors
more specifically and will also center instilling mathematics knowledge
based on these factors to facilitate learning.

National/State
Learning Standards:

The educational standards are the learning goals for what students at
grade nine should know and be able to do. The common core standard for
the ninth grade is English language arts (ELA) literacy, and mathematics.
These are the state and national standards that must be met by the lesson
plan for the ninth graders. The ninth graders must be able to understand
the core mathematics concepts using models and other key indicators of
learning. English language is an essential consideration in this case and
student must be able to learn the language to be able to understand the

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LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE
core concepts in mathematics learning.
Specific Learning
Target(s)/Objectives:

Academic Language

1. Students will be able to describe and analyze quantitatively using
units, number systems and the properties of operation to solve
problems.
2. Students will be able to create and interpret expressions and
equations.
3. Describe and discuss triangles and prove a theorem about a
triangle.
4. Students will be able identify and describe figures and triangles
used in mathematics
5. Students will be able to describe theorem used in mathematics
based on what they have learned in the lesson.
The following are the key general academic and content specific
vocabulary the students will be able to learn:
• Point
• Line
• Line segment
• Decimals
• Terminating decimals
• Dilation
• Scale Factor
• Proportional
• Tangent
• Adjacent
• Index
• Exponent
• Binomial
• Squaring
• Complimentary angles
• Supplementary angles
In the lesson plan, students will be taught what each term means and how
to apply each term. The students will be able to understand both the
application and theory part of each term as well as understand how to use
each term in real world.

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LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE
Resources, Materials,
Equipment, and
Technology:

The following are the materials, resources, equipment and technology that
will be used to foster understanding of the mathematics lesson among the
ninth graders:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

White boards
Interactive white boards
Clickers
Graphing calculators
Printable stuffs
Computers
Manipulative materials
Flashcard machines> https://www.flashcardmachine.com/

Section 2: Instructional Planning
Anticipatory Set



I will use white boards to help demonstrate to the students the various models
that foster the understanding of the mathematics concepts.
I will utilizers clickers and allow students and an opportunity to demonstrate
their understanding of the mathematics concepts learned in class by using clickers
and pointers in class.
Multiple Means of Representation

To foster the understanding of the mathematics concepts among different student
including gifted and those with le...

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