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Delivering Lessons for All Student
AED 205 - Classroom Management
Axia College University of Phoenix
February 8, 2009
In order to meet every student learning need it is ultimately up to the instructor to plan an effective lesson. The teacher must create an efficient lesson plan using the inclusion criteria to meet the academic needs of special education students. When the plan is in place all students within the classroom will be able to learn the same material, but with different support strategies.
I chose to implement a mathematics lesson plan for 2nd and 3rd grade students. The lesson involve math in everyday life. Students will discuss how to solve word problems involving time and money (Discovery Education, 2002). The students will work as a class to solve math problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (Discovery Education, 2002). They will also work with a partner to construct their own problem (Discovery Education, 2002).
The purpose of the lesson is demonstrated to students how time and money is used in their lives daily. Students are asked how they manage their time, and how much time they use to do their everyday tasks. They will incorporate how their time reflects the use of math. The students will solve various word problems about time and money as a class (Discovery Education, 2002). Throughout the lesson the teacher use several examples and real life comparisons to assist students in understanding the use of math in their everyday life.
There are several different types of special need students that are included into regular education classrooms. It is the teacher's responsibility to ensure that they understand the lesson in its entirety the same as regular education students. The important thing is to know how to modify the lesson...