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We would like to increase levels of problem solving involving money and numbers for Sat 10 Assessment and Common Assessment #3.
The particular standard that we would like for our students to grow in is: MAFS.2.MD.3.AP.8a Solve word problems using dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, or pennies up to $50.

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HSN Prepare for Obtrusive Assessment by Learning in Real World Scenarios as Second Grade Cashiers and Buyers

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School:
Orange Grove Elementary School 
Subject:
Mathematics 
Teacher:
Susan Rush 
 
Harry Jones Corey Franzen  
Students Impacted:
51 
Grade:
Date:
January 26, 2017

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HSN & Pinellas Education Foundation - $231.11

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Goal

We would like to increase levels of problem solving involving money and numbers for Sat 10 Assessment and Common Assessment #3.
The particular standard that we would like for our students to grow in is: MAFS.2.MD.3.AP.8a Solve word problems using dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, or pennies up to $50. 

 

What will be done with my students

Students will partner up and practice making change for items they would like to purchase at the "school store" We will personalize learning by creating a Project Based learning experience for our students through creating small businesses, starting with a school store and expanding out as interest begins to soar.
We will make a pretend school store to practice real world problem solving with numbers and money.
Students will purchase and sell school supplies with the pretend cash register drawers and money. This will develop good team work skills as they can work in table groups of 4 on various problems. They can be the learners by coaching and or facilitating others through student directed activities and purchases in their pretend stores. We will track our progress by monitoring with Marzano learning logs by measuring critical content, our target standard. Student learning tasks will mirror their target standard, critical content.  

 

Benefits to my students

The students will benefit from increasing their levels of standard mastery for MAFS.2.MD.3.AP.8a Solve word problems using dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, or pennies up to $50. They will benefit from being involved in real school store situations and working on real world problems that happen in business, for example school stores and other created businesses.  

 

Describe the Students

We have approximately 6 ESE and 15 below Proficiency level students in math standard MAFS.2.MD.AP.8a, solving real world problems with money up to 50.00, 30 on level students, and 3 on enrichment levels with this problem solving standard. We would like all of our students to be Proficient and dig deeper with our students that have reached Proficiency, by having them create their own problems to solve from the menu for their peers to solve. We want to keep or students performing in order to build the most successful problem solvers as measured by obtrusive assessment for the new learning of real world problems that will help them with life skills for real world connections.These real world connections will help obtrusive assessment scores increase. 

 

Budget Narrative

Item number 113.3459 10 in quantity
We would like ten to work in small groups within our three classrooms. I am asking for my team partners and their second grade students as well. 

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
2 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
3 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
4 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
5 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
6 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
7 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
8 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
9 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
10 Melissaand Doug Play money set $19.95
  Total: $231.11

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