First Grade Math
- Include an introduction that describes the unit's basic purpose; the student population; and any prior knowledge, concepts, and other prerequisites students will need to participate in the unit.
- List 4 learning objectives or instructional objectives for the unit following ABCD format and working with Bloom's Taxonomy and measure verbs. Describe how technology will be used to help design the unit. (These technologies include, but are not limited to, printers, scanners, digital cameras, word processors, duplication services, videos, and Web 2.0 Tools.)
- Explain how technology is used.
- Describe the use of these technologies, in detail, in at least four activities within the unit. Describe how technology will be used to assess and evaluate the unit. Identify how students will be assessed and how technology will aid in that assessment. Include technologies such as electronic grade books, iPads, Smart Boards, smart phones, quizzes and tests graded by scanners and companies such as Mastery Manager or other IMSs (instructional management systems).Describe how these assessment tools will contribute to /be used in the summative evaluation of the unit and the formative and summative evaluations of individual students.
• Include an introduction that describes the unit's basic purpose; the student population; and any prior knowledge, concepts, and other prerequisites students will need to participate in the unit.
The introduction of the unit's basic purpose should be predicated upon the type of questions that will be provided throughout the course of the math lesson plan for First Grade math wherein a balanced mix of question types with questions that contain consistent and purposeful content that are coherent for the students as well as the frequency of questions that will be asked. The introduction should include developmentally appropriate questions for the age group as well as regularly required material for those within the first grade. The teacher should inform the students that she will call on volunteers and non-volunteers to assess their understanding of the material and determine who needs additional assistance. Because it's the first grade, the only prerequisites needed will be the ability to rudimentary add and subtract. The ultimate objective is to allow students to reach the level wherein they are capable of generating questions on ...
This solution described how technology can be implemented in the classroom.