## Handling Difficult Situation/ Fraction Lesson Plan

Handling Difficult Situation/ Fraction Lesson Plan

4. Due Date: Feb 16, 2017 Handling Difficult Situation
This is a CLC. For this assignment, focus on the group of students in your program of study.
Consider the following:
· What makes some students more of a discipline issue, when others are “following the plan”? What can the teacher do to resolve this issue?
· What are some unexpected situations that can cause disruptions in the classroom? For example: teacher has car accident or a school evacuation?
· What are your plans to get through these types of situations?
· When do you have to disclose behavior reported by students: abuse, drug use, pregnant, hurting others, hurting self?
· What are the legal and ethical implications for classroom management related to the rights and responsibilities of students, parents, and teachers?
· What other difficult situations might you experience? How can you plan for the unexpected?
Write a 250-500 word essay that discusses how you would handle difficult situations in your future classrooms. Reference the questions for consideration. Include

suggestions, opinions, and implications.
Use 3-5 scholarly resources.
Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines
***This is a group assignment and I will chose to do the highlighted bullets***

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Due Date: Feb 16, 2017 Fraction Lesson Plans

Details:
Select a CCRS related to Number and Operations in Fractions. Using the “Class Profile,” create three lesson plans with activities that:
1 Use models in fraction tasks, including area, length, and set/quantity models;
3 Explore equivalent fractions
Visit the Teaching Channel website and review three videos of teachers teaching fractions. Write a 250-500 word review of what you observed and support your review

with references to the assigned readings.
Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines
Videos
· View “Common Core State Standards for Math,” located on the Teaching Channel website.

https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/common-core-state-standards-for-math?fd=1

· View “The Mathematics Standards: How They Were Developed and Who Was Involved,” located on YouTube.

This assignment uses a rubric. Class profile is the other attachment I had given you before.

Criteria Excellent 100%
Fraction Content
Lesson plans include engaging instructional activities that stimulate critical thinking and problem solving, use models in fraction tasks, emphasize academic language,

and explore equivalent fractions.
Review
Response skillfully and convincingly critiques the videos of teachers teaching fractions. It includes several distinctive supporting details and/or examples.
PLANNING: Instructional Script and Materials
Lesson plan demonstrates well-developed and skillful use of effective, student-centered verbal, nonverbal and electronic media communication tools and techniques to

create opportunities for active inquiry, collaboration and supportive interaction.
PLANNING: Meeting the Varied Learning Needs of Students
Lesson plan has creative, well-developed differentiated instructional activities and supports clearly designed to meet the needs of specific individuals or groups with

similar needs, consistent with the Class Profile.
PLANNING: Meeting the Language Needs of Students
Lesson plan clearly and comprehensively incorporates content-based vocabulary, targeted instructional support for the use of vocabulary, and additional language

demands associated with the language function consistent with the Class Profile.
PLANNING: Assessments to Monitor Student Learning
Planned assessments creatively allow for multiple forms of evidence in order to monitor the understanding and skill development of students in the content area

throughout and at the end of the lesson. They are well aligned with the stated learning targets and standards and include well-crafted modifications for the individual

needs of students, based on the Class Profile.
Rationale
Rationale clearly describes carefully planned, plausible reasoning for choices of instructional materials and strategies in light of learning goals and student

outcomes.
Mechanics
The lesson plan is free of mechanical and conventional errors. Word choice reflects well-developed use of practice and topic-related language.