1. Topic Of Lesson Plan

Multiplication and Division  Number Story 


2. Lesson Content

Students will write their own multiplication or division number
story and solve someone else's number story. 


3. Goals And Expectations

1. Student will be able to write a multiplication/division number
story.
2. Student will be able to solve a multiplication/division number
story.
3. Student will be able to write a number sentence to match the multiplication/division
number story. 


4. Objectives

1. Students will be able to use a wiki.
2. Students will be able to access the class website.
3. Students will be able to access the internet. 


5. Materials and Aids

Computers, Internet access 


6. Methods Used and Procedures

A. Introduction
1. Teacher will show the students the classroom website.
2. Teacher will show the students examples of wikis.
3. Class discussion on how we can use the Internet for learning. 


B. Development
1. Teacher will go onto the classroom website and model acessing
the wiki.
2. Teacher will model and explain the parts of a number story and
how to write one.
3. Class will read examples of multiplication and division number
stories. 


C. Practice
1. Students will be given a diagram to help them write a multiplication/division
number story.
2. Students will choose from a list of ideas and numbers and fill
in their diagrams.
3. After filling in their diagrams, the students will write a number
story. 


D. Independent Practice
1. Students will write their own multiplication/division number
stories.
2. Students will access the wiki and solve the latest number story
that was posted.
3. Students will post their own number story on the wiki. 


E. Accommodations For Students
1. Diagrams already filled in
2. Stepbystep directions on accessing the wiki
3. Fill in the blank number story 


F. Checking for understanding
1. Check the wiki to see student understanding.
2. Exit slips for students to complete
3. Practice constructed responses 


G. Closure
1. Review the wiki with the students.
2. Check answers on the wiki. 


7. Evaluation

1. Unit tests
2. Quarterly assessments 


