Critique of a task using digital technology

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Assessment task 2:

Title: Critique of a task using digital technology

Mathematical topic: Apply the associative, commutative and distributive laws to aid mental and written computation and make estimates for these computations

 

Digital Technology chosen: Computer

 

PARAGRAPH 1 (250 words)

Describe the mathematical task. What the students will be doing. What the teacher will be doing. How the students will be working. How the teacher will be teaching.

 

Explain the topic

 

PARAGRAPH 2 (250 words)

Describe the technology that will be integrated into the mathematical task chosen. Explain how the technology will be integrated. What are the benefits? What does the evidence/research say? What are the limitations? How can the teacher work around these limitations?

PARAGRAPH 3 (250 words)

Explain what is conceptual and procedural knowledge and problem solving in relation to mathematics.

PARAGRAPH 4 (500 WORDS)

How will this mathematical task and digital technology help students to construct mathematical understanding (conceptual knowledge)? Make links between task and digital technology to conceptual knowledge and links to the benefits shown by evidence.

How will this mathematical task and digital technology help students develop skill efficiency (procedural knowledge)? Make links between task and digital technology to developing skill efficiency and links to the benefits shown by evidence.

How will this mathematical task and digital technology help students engage in problem solving skills? link to benefits as shown by evidence.

PARAGRAPH 5 (500 words)

Critique the task: explain strengths and limitations into how maths is learned.

 

Lesson Plan (1000 words)

Introduction

(Time)

 

Learning intention:

 

What will you be doing? What will students be doing?

 

Prior knowledge

Warm activity

 

Introduction what we do in the today lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Main Activity

 

(Time)

 

What will you be doing? What will students be doing?

Differentiated tasks for students:

Enabling (low learners)
Extending (high learners)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conclusion

 

(Time)

What will you be doing? What will students be doing?

What has been learnt? How do you know? Include assessment task/question

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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