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K-2 math lesson

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From: Katy Comstock
To: Teacher2Teacher Service
Date: May 03, 1998 at 22:31:51
Subject: K-2 math lesson

I am currently interviewing and need to teach a 20-minute math lesson to 
either a First or Second Grade class. I won't know the children (thus, I'm not 
sure the range of levels I'll be working with) and I won't know exactly what 
they have already done, so I'm looking for something general. 

I would like to start as a whole group, reading a short picture book (math 
trade book) and introducing the concept (mini-lesson), then move to a hands-on 
activity. 

I really appreciate any suggestions you could give me. I feel comfortable 
teaching math, but this is an unusual situation - I'm not sure about the most 
effective lesson for a 20-minute time period with children I don't know. 

THANKS! 

Katy Comstock

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