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Session 1 Divide students into groups of three or four. In their groups, instruct students to list all Abc book math terms they can remember. When students have had ample time to recall math terms, call the class back together and project the Math Book Planning Sheet.
As students share what terms they listed, write the terms on the Math Planning Sheet by the corresponding letter. After all responses have been recorded, explain to the students that they will be creating math alphabet books for each other to reinforce math terms.
For each letter of the alphabet, they will create a page that has a math term, its Abc book, an example of its use in the world, and an image.
Show the students the sample you created or the Math Terms Sample. Hand out the Math Alphabet Book Rubric and ask students to evaluate the sample using the rubric.
Hand out the Math Book Planning Sheet. Give students time to work on the sheet. Remind students that, as the rubric states, they are to write in complete sentences. Also, remind students that their audience for these books is each other, so the definitions need to be written in their own words, not just copied from a dictionary or website.
For letters they have trouble thinking of a math term, have the students use the suggested websites. Assign the students to complete the Math Book Planning Sheet printout before the next session.
Assist those who might need extra help. Provide extra time, if needed, for students to use the websites for letters which they have no terms.
Model for the students the three options for finding images for their terms: Show the students how to take photos using the tablets. Show the students how to find images online and save to the tablets. Tell the students they can also draw pictures and then use the tablets to photograph their illustrations.
Allow students time to work on finding their images. Circulate throughout the classroom and note time on task as that is part of the rubric. Help students with the technology. Question students about why they have selected specific images for their terms.
Sessions 3 and 4 Connect one of the tablets to the LCD projector, and model for students how to use the Alphabet Organizer app.
Include the following points in your demonstration: Tell students to include their names in the project title so that when the files are e-mailed, it will be clear which book was written by which student. As students work, assist those who are having trouble with the technology.
Check that all students have found their pictures. Help those students who may be behind finding images. Check that students are writing the definitions of terms in their own words and in complete sentences. Observe student behavior and time on task as that is part of the rubric.
Show students near the end of Session Three how to save their projects. At the end of the fourth session, instruct students to share their final project by e-mailing their books. Explain to the class as others present they are to fill out this sheet. Suggest to the class they might like how well the student explained the term.
They may enjoy another term because the image fits the definition extremely well. Have the students share their alphabet books with the class by connecting mobile devices to the LCD projector with an adapter.
After all have presented, ask students to complete the reflective statements in the assessment section:This lesson can be shortened by assigning students to cover just one letter of the alphabet and one math term.
Then the pages could be printed and assembled into a class book. Share the books with other classes in the school by printing the completed books. Post the books . You searched for: alphabet book print!
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