Unit 10: Chapter 11: Money

February 26, 2018

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REES PERFORMED 12% HIGHER THAN THE DISTRICT.

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92%

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91%

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89%

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46%

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54%

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The assessment for this unit will be combined with fractions and given on Friday, April 6.

TEKS: MONEY

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(2.5) Number and operations. The student applies mathematical process standards to determine the value of coins in order to solve monetary transactions.

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(A) determine the value of a collection of coins up to one dollar; and Students are to apply their knowledge of skip counting to determine the value of a collection up to one dollar (count by twos to count a collection of pennies; skip count by fives to count a collection of nickels; skip count by tens to count a collection of dimes).

(B) use the cent symbol, dollar sign, and the decimal point to name the value of a collection of coins. Instruction should address that money can be represented two ways (i.e. 42₵ or $0.42), but cannot be represented using both symbols (i.e. $0.42₵).

MONEY CAN BE REPRESENTED TWO WAYS 56 CENTS OR $0.56 BUT CANNOT BE REPRESENTED USING BOTH SYMBOLS EX. $0.56 CENTS.

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These are in your small group folder.
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INTRODUCTION:

Start with A Hundreds Chart: Students will practice counting by 5's, 10's and 25's

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IDENTIFY COINS AND BILLS

Students should:


Identify the front and back of the coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters) and bills ($1, $5, $10, $20.)


Know the value of the coins and bills


Record the coins in two ways, with the cent symbol and dollar symbol. 42₵ $0.42

bills as $1.04 or 104 cents

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Count a collection of coins- display front and back

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Students should order the coins from the greatest value...

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Students count on and record the value..may use a 100's chart

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Students may record as they count on....

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Count a collection of bills and coins

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ADDING AND SUBTRACTION COINS

REAL-WORLD CONNECTION: SHOPPING

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WORD PROBLEMS:

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Great practice for ..how much more to make one dollar?

TECH INTEGRATION-EDPUZZLE/ FlipGrid, Explain Everything/cHATTERPIX

EDpuzzle is a site that allows users to select a video and customize it by editing, cropping, recording audio, and adding questions to make an engaging presentation or lesson.

Students can use EDPUZZLE- an interactive video lesson for counting coins

SUBSTITUTION-SMALL GROUP ACTIVITY W OR W/O THE TEACHER

AUGMENTATION-STUDENTS WRITE THE QUESTIONS FOR THE VIDEO

Here I have a couple of students who tried it two years ago....they did very well on explaining their thinking!

Materials:

EDPUZZLE video

Math Journal

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COUNTING COINS VIDEO

The students are answering the questions to this video and recording their work in their math journals. I added my questions to a video from their extensive database of videos. As you edit videos go ahead and share with the team and send the link home to parents.

*can be used in partner work for whole and small group

More EDPUZZLE videos on money..

COUNTING

Touch Coins for Counting Money

COMPARING

Second Grade: Comparing Money Values

EXPLORE EDPUZZLE!

Getting Started with EdPuzzle

ANCHOR CHARTS: MONEY

SMALL GROUP ACTIVITIES

Students count a combination of coins...can use just about anything... small containers, index cards, post-it notes...

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TASK CARDS- STUDENT COUNT THE COINS THEN ASK A QUESTION....

This is an activity you can introduce in small group with a few cards then play whole class. Sit them in a circle give them a minute to count their coins and they are ready for the game.

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These cards have different combinations of coins you can use in small group as you ask students guiding questions. How did you count the coins? Is there another way? Who has more money? Why?

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We want to give our second graders many experiences where they purchase items. This activity allows them to make purchases and write the cost of the items and add the amounts.

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Partner Games Kit

There are several Partner Games...great games for students to deepen their understanding of money.

The class can play on March 10th...
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INDEPENDENT PRACTICE W/ACTIVITIES

* actual coins students can snap a picture and annotate w SKitch or Expalin Everything, Google Slides, class Adobe Sparks video.

* flap books

*include sentence stems:


There are four quarters in one dollar.

There are twenty nickels in one dollar.

There are ten dimes in one dollar.


as well as.....


four quarters= one dollar

twenty nickels=100 cents=one dollar


Have students come up with others...combinations


five dimes and two quarters= one dollar

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Student Create Mini-Anchor charts with a partner

Each students writes a fact about the coin and presents to the class.

Great tech integration: Explain Everything

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Money Study Guide

Students can paste a copy in their math journal and have one to take home and practice.
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Books about Money on Rees webpage

Capstone has an interactive library with books about Money.

I have sent you these links as a part of our EDC..go ahead and use for these unit! Send info home as well..

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Songs about Money:

*YOU ALREADY HAVE THE LINKS TO THESE SONGS..KEEP PLAYING THEM DURING TRANSITIONS....
4 quarters make a dollar!- a money math song
Coin Value Song- Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters!
coin song.wmv
https://youtu.be/dhAVtj7ChkU

Day One

Pre-Test- Google Classroom-quick 10 minutes-use the data to quickly assess what they already know

Build Vocabulary-review vocabulary/make an anchor chart with the word and an illustration

Prior Knowledge

Chapter Opener

Vocabulary- coin, dollar, value, dollar sign, bill, cent, amount,penny, nickel, dime, quarter, cent symbol

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Review coins-front and back, the value of each coin, distinct features of the coins, clear up any confusions with the size of the coin and its value (nickel worth less than a dime), share the songs about coins, poems, etc.

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BIG IDEA

Lesson One: Coins and Bills

STUDENTS CAN: RECOGNIZE $1,$5,$10 AND $20 BILLS. WRITE MONEY AMOUNTS USING THE DOLLAR SYMBOL

$10.00

$5:00

$1.00

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STUDENTS CAN: APPLY THIER KNOWLEDGE OF SKIP COUNTING TO DETERMINE THE VALUE OF A COLLECTION OF COINS

A COLLECTION OF PENNIES

...NICKELS

.......DIMES

....QUARTERS

STUDENTS CAN: ADD A COMBINATION OF COINS-START WITH THE GREATEST VALUE AND ADD ON

3 DIMES, 4 NICKELS AND 6 PENNIES...STUDENTS WILL: SKIP COUNT BY 10'S 10,20,30 THEN FIVES 35,40,45,50 THEN SKIP COUNT BY 1'S...51,51,53....56.

2.5A: How much are 2 quarters, 1 dime, and 2 pennies worth?

* students count coins starting with the greatest value and count on...

*cross out as they count on...may use algorithm if needed...

Great sentence stems: along with the sentence stems in the unit folder..MIF has great sentence stems your students should use: 40 cents is less than $1:00, 100 cents is equal to one dollar., etc...

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STUDENTS CAN: WRITE DOLLARS AS CENTS AND CENTS AS DOLLARS.

Which amount is the same as $1.60?

160 cents

16 cents

0.16 cents

10.6 cents

STUDENTS CAN: ADD DOLLARS AND COINS

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STUDENTS CAN: 2.5 (B): SOLVE NEGATIVE STATEMENT TYPE QUESTIONS: WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DOES NOT REPRESENTS THE VALUE OF THE COINS SHOWN?

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REVIEW LESSON ONE WITH A KAHOOT

Go ahead an open up a free account with Kahoot..they have several quizzes on money...students can answer one after every lesson.

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BIG IDEA

Lesson Two: Comparing Amounts of Money

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STUDENTS CAN: COMPARE AMOUNTS. JESTINY HAS 1 QUARTER, 2 NICKELS AND 2 PENNIES. DANE HAS 31 PENNIES. WHO HAS MORE? WHO HAS LESS? WHY?

*students need to write the amount for each collection of coins and add the amount for each person, then compare..

*students at times will need to subtract to share their reasoning

*use sentence stems-

'Jestiny has more money than Dane because she has 37 cents and Dane has 31 cents."

Great lesson to embed graphs

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Lesson Three: Real-World Problems: Money

Unit Folder:

Big Idea Calendar

TEKS

Post-Test

Resources

Newsletter

Quality Questions and Sentence Stems

Smart Exchange Lessons; I attached the previews of the lessons

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Great website for math skill games-students can continue practice at home!

KEEP TELLING TIME GOING STRONG DURING EDC, DAILY REVIEW, HW, LINS SENT HOME...WHENEVER POSSIBLE

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Update Dreambox February growth

By end of week

Introduction: