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Running head: (NCTM) Standards: Website Lesson Plans

(NCTM) Standards: Website Lesson Plans
Jennifer Martin
Grand Canyon University: EED-364
April 21, 2013

Introduction: “The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is the public voice of mathematics education, supporting teachers to ensure equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students through vision, leadership, professional development, and research.” (NCTM, 2013) The standards that The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NTCM) came up with are widely used in the mathematics classrooms in US today. There are many websites that offer different things that use these standards and help the students to learn while still enjoying mathematics. This essay will analysis lesson plans from four different websites that contain math activities which confirm to the NTCM standards.

Lesson Plan #1: I'll Halve S'more Please!!
This lesson allows the students to take real life situations into consideration and shows them how you can use mathematics in their everyday lives. This lesson uses standards for number and operations set out by the NCTM. After this lesson the students should be able to: Use the resources such as tools and strategies that are given to them to be able to estimate appropriately, and understand different ways numbers can be represented. The mathematical operations that are used in this lesson would be fractions, addition and subtraction. The students would be able to show and also be able to explain (hopefully) the process that was used to get the fraction that they had at the end.
This lesson plan could be used in grades 3, 4, or 5, and is appropriate for students that range in age from the age of 8 years old to age 11 years old. Although this particular lesson plan did not have any differentiated instruction for the different types of students that may…...

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