College Supervisor: Nancy Cook Date: February 1, OBJECTIVE: The learner will distinguish a $20 bill at 100% accuracy.


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1 Emily Boersma and Jessica Maier Lesson #1: 20 Dollar Bill Length: 30 minutes College Supervisor: Nancy Cook Date: February 1, 2012 OBJECTIVE: The learner will distinguish a $20 bill at 100% accuracy. Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCE): 1 st Grade Mathematics GLCE  M.UN Match one coin or bill of one denomination to an equivalent set of coins/bills of other denominations. 4 th Grade Mathematics GLCE  N.ME Read and interpret decimals up to two decimal places; relate to money and place value decomposition. Behavioral Expectations: 1. Show respect 2. Come prepared to learn 3. Positive attitude 4. Be responsible OUTLINE OF LESSON: Anticipatory Set Have store bought items organized in the front of the classroom. Each item will have a price tag of 20 dollars, representing things that can be bought with this amount of money. [Watch video if time: Objective Today, we are going to learn how to tell the difference or set apart a $20 bill from a $1, $5 and $10. Rationale We need to know what a $20 bill looks like so we can purchase items from the store and know what bill to pay with when we purchase the item. Input We know that this is a $1 bill because it has President George Washington on the front and a big number 1 in the corners. It s also worth less than a $5 bill and a $10 bill. We know that this is a $5 bill because it has President Abraham Lincoln on the front and a big number 5 in the corners. It s worth more than a $1 bill but less than a $10 bill.
2 We know that this is a $10 bill because it has President Alexander Hamilton on the front and a big 10 in the corners. It s worth more than a $1 bill and a $5 bill but less than a $20 bill. This bill right here is a $20 bill. Model (Think Aloud) I know for a fact that this bill is a $20 bill because I have a song that helps me remember. It goes like this: The 20Dollar Bill I know a song It s really kind of funny It s all about dollar bills And learning how to count money! 1 dollar, 5 dollar, 10 dollar, 20 DOLLAR, 50 dollar A 20dollar bill is green as can be President Jackson on the front, you will see. He is the man whose got a full head of curly hair He has a smirk on his face and a stonelike stare. This bill has a big 20 on it too Knowing a 20dollar bill is as easy as tying my shoe. 1 dollar, 5 dollar, 10 dollar, 20 DOLLAR, 50 dollar A 20dollar bill can buy a lot more Than a 1dollar, 5dollar or 10dollar at the store. Ask me to find a 20dollar bill and I ll know Cause I will rap this song like a pro. 1 dollar, 5 dollar, 10 dollar, 20 DOLLAR, 50 dollar Checking for Understanding (Whisper shout yes or no ) Now, I am going to scramble the bills. Be sure to close your eyes! When I tell you to open your eyes, whisper shout yes if I am pointing to a $20 bill or whisper shout no if I am not pointing to a $20 bill. Ready? Open your eyes! (Point to a $20 bill: YES, point to a $5 bill: NO, point to a $20 bill: YES, point to a $10 bill: NO.) Guided Practice The first activity will simply serve as an auditory aid for the students. The second activity is at a receptive/recognition level. It will convey to me if the student can distinguish a $20 bill. 1. Sing it Loud and Proud! (I will hand out the lyrics of the $20 Bill Song to all students.) For this activity, I want you to look at the lyrics in front of you. I want you to take out your
3 favorite color marker, and circle parts of the song that are different than the $1 Bill Song, the $5 Bill Song, and the $10 Bill Song. (I will watch closely and provide aid if necessary.) 2. Color the $20 Bill! (I will hand out a worksheet that has various bills scrambled up.) Now, I want everyone to distinguish a $20 bill by coloring it green. If you are having a hard time remembering what a $20 bill looks like, you may take a peek at the $20 Bill Song! (I will watch closely and reteach skills if necessary.) Independent Practice On this worksheet, choose the bill that is worth more money. Color the bill green that is worth more money. When you re done, raise your hand and I will check your answers. Closure Awesome job! You now know what a $20 bill looks like! Remember, we know what a $20 bill looks like because it has President Jackson on the front, with his full head of curly hair and his stonelike smirk, and a big 20 in the corners! Evaluation (Flashcard check) I will use flashcards for my evaluation. I will show the student a flashcard with a bill on it. They must say yes if a $20 bill is on the flashcard of no if a $20 bill is not on the flashcard. Evaluation of Objective Student will be able to distinguish a $20 bill when compared to other bills. The learner will distinguish a $20 bill at 100% accuracy. Materials Needed Items worth $20, computer for Youtube video, money ($1, $5, $10, and $20), the $20 Bill Song lyrics, Sing it Loud and Proud! activity, Color the $20 Bill! activity, Which is More? independent activity and bill flashcards used for student evaluation.
4 Emily Boersma and Jessica Maier Lesson #2: Locate it! Length: 30 minutes College Supervisor: Nancy Cook Date: February 1, 2012 OBJECTIVE: The learner will locate a $20 bill at 100% accuracy. Grade Level Content Expectations (GLEC): 1 st Grade Mathematics GLCE  M.UN Match one coin or bill of one denomination to an equivalent set of coins/bills of other denominations. 4 th Grade Mathematics GLCE  N.ME Read and interpret decimals up to two decimal places; relate to money and place value decomposition. Behavioral Expectations: 1. Show respect 2. Come prepared to learn 3. Positive attitude 4. Be responsible OUTLINE OF THE LESSON: Anticipatory Set Have a teacherstudent role play. The teacher will buy an item from the student with a $20 bill. Objective Today, we are going to learn how to locate a $20 bill in a wallet. Rationale We need to know how to locate a $20 bill so that when we buy something, we can choose the right bill to pay with. Input I know that this is a $20 bill because I see President Andrew Jackson on the front with his full head of curly hair. I also know it s a $20 bill because it has a big 20 in the corners. Modeling I need a $20 bill to buy a new pair of shoes. Let s see if I can find a $20 bill in my wallet. Teacher pulls out a $1 bill from wallet Hum, this is not a $20 bill. This bill has President George Washington on the front. It must be a $1 bill. Teacher pulls out a $5 bill from wallet This is not a $20 bill either! This bill has President Abraham Lincoln on the front. It must be a $5 bill.
5 Teacher pulls out a $10 bill from wallet This is not a $20 bill! This bill has President Alexander Hamilton on the front. It must be a $10 bill. Teacher pulls out a $20 bill from wallet Oh wait, this might be it! This bill has a man with a full head of curly hair on it. It s President Jackson! This bill also has a big 20 in the corner. Hurray! I found a $20 bill to pay for my shoes. Checking for Understanding (Clap once) Now, I am going to jumble all these bills and put them back in my wallet. I want you to watch carefully. If I pull out a $20 bill, I want you to clap once. If I pull out a $1 bill, $5 bill or $10 bill, give me thumbs down because it is not a $20 bill. Are you ready? (Pull out a $10: Thumbs down, pull out a $20 bill: clap, pull out a $1 bill: thumbs down, pull out a $20: clap once.) Guided Practice The activity is at a recognition level. It will convey to me if the student can locate $20 bill. 1. Find it in My Wallet! (I will hand out paper wallets to each student. The wallets will be filled with different bills.) Alright, I want everyone to open up his or her wallet, and find a $20 bill. Hold it up once you find it! Awesome! Now, jumble up the bills. Here we go. Can everyone take out all their money from their wallet, and find three $20 bills. (I will watch closely and provide aid if necessary.) Independent Practice (Each student will have a box. The box will be filled with various coins and bills.) Does everyone have their own box? Good. For this activity, you are going to search through the box, and find as many $20 bills as you can. After you are sure you have found all the $20 bills in your box, record your total number, with a marker, on top of your box. Also, place your name on the box and turn it in on the back table. (I will watch closely and provide aid if necessary.) Closure Wow! You can now locate a $20 bill from your wallet. Nice job! Evaluation The student will have a $1 bill, $5 bill, $10 bill and $20 bill in front of them. The teacher will ask the student to locate the $20 bill by placing a hand on the $20 bill in front of them. Evaluation of Objective Student will be able to locate a $20 bill when compiled in a stack of other books. The learner will locate a $20 bill at 100% accuracy. Materials Needed An item worth $20, paper wallets, money ($1, $5, $10, and $20), and a box filled with various coins and bills. Emily Boersma and Jessica Maier
6 Lesson #3: Identify it! Length: 30 minutes College Supervisor: Nancy Cook Date: February 1, 2012 OBJECTIVE: The learner will identify a $20 bill at 100% accuracy. Grade Level Content Expectations (GLEC): 1 st Grade Mathematics GLCE  M.UN Match one coin or bill of one denomination to an equivalent set of coins/bills of other denominations. 4 th Grade Mathematics GLCE  N.ME Read and interpret decimals up to two decimal places; relate to money and place value decomposition. Behavioral Expectations: 1. Show respect 2. Come prepared to learn 3. Positive attitude 4. Be responsible OUTLINE OF THE LESSON: Anticipatory Set The teacher will dress up as President Andrew Jackson. Objective Today, we are going to learn how to identify a $20 bill. Rationale We must know how to identify a $20 bill in order that we may buy a pair of shoes, purchase candy from the store, and pay for our parents dinner. Input I know how to identify a $20 bill. I can tell that a bill is worth $20 because I see President Andrew Jackson on the front, with his full head of curly hair, and a big 20 in the corners. Modeling (A tub of bills is placed at the front of the room.) The object of this activity is for me to pull out a $20 bill from the tub. I must keep my eyes closed when I put my hand in the tub. I will grab only one bill from the tub. I will then open my eyes and identify what bill it is. If I pulled out a $20 bill from the tub, I can go back to my seat. If I pull out a $1 bill, $5 bill or $10 bill, I must state why it s not a $20 bill, place the bill back in the tub, and try again. Checking for Understanding (Make an O or an X ) Let s play the game together. Teacher places hand in tub and pulls out a $5 bill. The students make an X sign with their arms. You re right. This is not a $5 bill because it does not have President Jackson, with his full head of curly hair, on the front or a big 20 in the corners. Let s try again. Teacher places hand in tub and pulls out a $20 bill. The
7 students make an Osign with their arms. Awesome. I pulled out a $20 bill. I can now go back to my seat. Guided Practice The activity will call for students to search for and identify $20 bills placed around the room. 1. Scavenger Hunt: Find the $20 s (I will hand out a recording worksheet.) This is going to be fun! I have hid many bills around the room. Some may be in closets, some under the desks. The object of this game is to identify as many $20 bills as you can find. When you find a $20 bill, be sure to record where you found it on your worksheet. Try to be sneaky! You don t want your peers to see where you are finding $20 bills. I will give you 10 minutes to find as many $20 as you can. Ready, set, GO!! Independent Practice Does everyone have a worksheet? Good. As you can see, the worksheet has many different bills on it  $1 bills, $5 bills, $10 bills and $20 bills. Your task is to first identify the $20 bills on the worksheet, and then cut them out. When you have cut all the $20 bills out of the worksheet, please raise your hand and I will bring a paper clip so that you can clip all your $20 bills together. Closure You guys did it! You mastered how to identify a $20 bill. I am so proud! Evaluation Each student will create a poster. On the poster, students will convey ways in which they identify a $20 bill (President Andrew Jackson the front and a big 20 in the corners). The rubric for the poster will be clearly explained to the students prior to presenting example posters. Evaluation of Objective The student will communicate how they identify a $20 through making a poster. The learner will identify a $20 bill at 100% accuracy. Materials Needed A tub of bills, Scavenger Hunt recording worksheet, worksheet with various bills on it, and poster board.
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