DAILY LESSON PLAN
Name: Elizabeth C. May Grade: Secondary
I. TOPIC Child's Play II: Loteria gam
II. OBJECTIVES Students will memorize numbers 1-59. Students will generate
addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems that result in those
III. MATERIALS: Loteria game from Traveling Suitcase
IV. TEACHING PROCEDURES
a. Introduction: Wouldn't it be nice if all we had to do to know math were to
memorize the numbers? To understand numbers, we have to do something with
them. I know how much you all like to play, so you're going to help me put a
new spin on a game that's played in Mexico: Loteria.
b. Developmental Activities: Students will generate flashcards with word problems
that result in the numbers from 1-59. They will write addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division problems. Students will have to process math
problems in order to play the game.
c. Closure: As in English, if we can't think of the actual name for a noun, we will
give a description or definition of the item. Loteria makes us reach for those
descriptions to help us say what we mean.
V. LESSON EVALUATION Students will play the game of Loteria using the numbers.
Each student will call the numbers. In the second round, they can only call the word
VI. ANTICIPATED TIME USE TEACHER ACTIVITY STUDENT ACTIVITY
Beginning review (:05) Have students write Write and pronounce
number word notes. number words.
Activity (:75) Assist students in Generate definitions.
calling numbers/ Play Loteria.
a. FCAT: M1, M3
b. Sunshine State (SSS)
MA.A. 1.4.1 The student understands the different ways numbers are represented and
used in the real world.
MA.A.2.4.2 The student understands number systems.
MA.A.3.4.1 The student understands the effects of operations on numbers and the
relationships among these operations, selects appropriate operations, and computes
for problem solving.