$100 Money Bags on the 100th day of school!
Who are the students?
Keisha – 5th grade- functioning at a second grade level in reading, writing, math. She is frequently distracted and off task (characteristics of ADHD but has not been diagnosed).
Antonio- 4th grade- Work is rarely completed, the work that is completed is almost always accurate. He has poor work and study habits, off task, out of seat, disruptive. He enjoys making oral presentations and working with the peer group.
Lamont- 5th grade- mainstreamed in math. Does not have good social skills and cooperative learning tasks are difficult and prevent him from participating and contributing in meaningful ways. Study and organization skills are poor. He has a behavior management…show more content… Has trouble retelling. Omits character, setting, and problems with sequencing. Has trouble with main idea, summarizing, and responding to questions not stated in the text. Struggles to construct meaning from her literature books and content-area readings.
Eddie- 8th grade- Struggles with language and literacy. Difficulty with reading and writing. Does well in math.
Ella- 4th grade- Lacks foundations concepts in literacy and math. Has language-based learning disabilities (mainly vocabulary) and has difficulties with abstract thinking skills. Struggles with quantitative reasoning skills in math (greater than, less than). She computes sums of money and makes change. Has difficulties with word problems.
Audrey- entering middle school/age 12- Has difficulties in math fluency, math calculations, and applied problems. Difficulties with reading decoding and fluency. She has attention weaknesses that are typical of children with Williams Syndrome. Has difficulties with hands-on learning tasks due to difficulties when visual motor integration is required.
Instructional Design of Lesson? Differentiated…show more content… Adaptations to activity 1- Students work in groups of 3 or 4. Each student will be given a bag of money. The bags will contain a 1-$50 bill, 1-$20 bill, 1-$10 bill, 2-$5.00 bill, 5-$1.00 bills, 2 half-dollars, 8 quarters, 10 dimes, 16 nickels and 20 pennies for a total of $100.00. Students will be given objects that have an amount written on a price tag on them. Students in groups may take on roles. Two or three student may be the customers buying an object. Student must count purchase amount out correctly and hand it to the cashier. One student can be the clerk accepting the money. He/she must count back the change by counting up. All students must write the amount using the decimal form using the $