Lesson Plan : Model 2-Digit by 1-Digit Division

Teacher Name:
 Patrice Mixon
 Grade 4

 This activity will help to introduce the concept of 2-digit by 1-digit division. Students will be shown how to divide objects into groups by modeling division with manipulatives.
 The learner will model 2-digit by 1-digit division.
 CCS Task Analysis: 1.02 Develop fluency with division. c. develop strategies for dividing numbers.
 teAchnology.com, paper, markers, base ten blocks
 The teacher will explain that we are going to use base ten blocks to model division. The teacher will draw a web of the following division terms on the board: division, dividend, divisor, quotient, remainder.
 The teacher will give an example of how division works and what it means to divide. Mrs. Mixon has 37 trading cards. She would like to share them with her friends Abby and Jae'Quan. Mrs. Mixon models how to distribute the cards using base ten blocks. The teacher will explain how this example relates to division and the terms we will use by modeling a 2-digit by 1-digit division problem.
 The student will use base ten blocks to model the number 37. The student will draw three large circles on a piece of paper. The student will place an equal number of tens in each of the three groups. The student will count the number of tens in each group. The student will regroup any tens that are left as ones. The student will place an equal number of ones in each group. The student will count the number of tens and ones in each group. The student will count any ones that may be remaining. The student will record the answer.
 The teacher will differentiate instruction by reteaching or explaining difficult concepts again for students who need additional help. The teacher will provide additional examples to be modeled. The teacher will chunk lesson into smaller parts for students that may need it.
Checking For Understanding:
 The teacher will monitor student progress by circulating the classroom and asking students to explain how they got their answers. The teacher will provide feedback based on the answers.
 The teacher will ask the students to explain what the key concepts of the lesson were. The students will explain the steps used in 2-digit by 1-digit division. The teacher will address any questions or concerns from the lesson.
 The teacher will use a checklist to evaluate whether a student was able to grasp the concepts taught in the lesson.
Teacher Reflections:
 The teacher will reflect on the lesson by recording the assessment findings and evaluating what parts of the lesson were successful and what parts were not for future preparation and planning.

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