

Direct Instruction
The learning intention for this lesson was to understand a solve fraction and ratio problems. You can see that I am only working one on one with learners, while they work on their follow up activities. These one on one sessions are designed to give the learners support directly at their level, rather than at the group level. It's a really great way for me as the teacher to get that formative assessment at the individual level.
Extended plan here

Reflection
Two of the learners had fantastic "Aha" moments, which is always a great feeling for both parties. I discovered some really interesting gaps in one of the girls around times tables, particularly when finding the factor. Another learner had obviously missed some key learnings in the group session, and once we worked the question out together she felt much better about tackling the next problems.
Things to note This plan is based on one specific group and their maths work for the week, however the learners I'm working with in the video are from a mix of groups. 

Walt: solve division problems using multiplication.
Instructions
Xtramath
Completed every day.
Maths Whizz
Minimum 15 minutes everyday. Stick with Tutor mode, remember to use you maths book and pencil to work out longer problems.
Basic facts practice
During the week complete 3 basic facts practice tests, and 2 times tables practice tests.
Problem solving
Solve and put on blog by Friday.


Open Presentation


Examples


Ratio Game


Basic Facts Practice




