Alexander Who Used to Be Rich

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Cross curriculum lesson plan and presentation: common core learning task addressing second grade standard 2.MD.8.

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Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday:

Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday Learning Task “ I Do ” Learning Task “ We Do ” Interesting Money Facts Learning Task “ We Do ” Write About $$$ Reading Story Lesson Plan

Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday:

Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday JUDITH VIORST Illustrated by RAY CRUZ Aladdin Paperbacks

Let’s try together…:

Let ’ s try together… Anthony has two dollars, three quarters, one dime, seven nickels, & eighteen pennies.

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Anthony has two dollars, three quarters, one dime, seven nickels, & eighteen pennies. How much $ does he have in all?

One more try!:

One more try! Nicholas has one dollar, two quarters, five dimes, five nickels, & thirteen pennies.

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Nicholas has one dollar, two quarters, five dimes, five nickels, & thirteen pennies. How much $ does he have in all?

Partner & Small Group Work: :

Partner & Small Group Work: With your partners use a drawing & words to show your solution path. Groups

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Louie has 3 dollars, 5 nickels, 2 dimes, 1 quarter & nine pennies. Lee has 2 dollars, 4 nickels, 1 dime, 2 quarters & three pennies. Josh has 1 dollar, 3 nickels, 3 dimes, 2 quarter & two pennies. Roy has 5 dollars, 2 nickels, 3 dimes, 2 quarter & nine pennies.

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Juliet has 3 dollars, 5 nickels, 2 dimes, 1 quarter & nine pennies. Leanne has 2 dollars, 4 nickels, 1 dime, 2 quarters & three pennies. Haley has 1 dollar, 3 nickels, 3 dimes, 2 quarter & two pennies. Katie has 5 dollars, 2 nickels, 3 dimes, 2 quarter & nine pennies.

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Ken has 2 dollars, 5 nickels, 5 dimes, 1 quarter & 1 penny. George has 6 dollars, 4 nickels, 1 dime, 2 quarters & three pennies. Abe has 8 dollar, 5 nickels, 1 dimes, 2 quarter & 14 pennies. Ann has 1 dollars, 4 nickels, 3 dimes, 2 quarter & fifteen pennies.

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Tilly has 2 dollars, 5 nickels, 5 dimes, 1 quarter & 1 penny. Tom has 6 dollars, 4 nickels, 1 dime, 2 quarters & three pennies. Jane has 8 dollar, 5 nickels, 1 dimes, 2 quarter & 14 pennies. Jill has 1 dollars, 4 nickels, 3 dimes, 2 quarter & fifteen pennies.

Interesting Money Facts…:

Interesting Money Facts…

Do you know these slang terms for money?:

Do you know these slang terms for money? Dough Moolah Greenback Buck

Each country prints its own money. Notice the diamond & elephants on this South African rand.:

Each country prints its own money. Notice the diamond & elephants on this South African rand.

Money from Tanzania, Africa:

Money from Tanzania, Africa

How much is a Mexican peso worth in dollars?:

How much is a Mexican peso worth in dollars?

Several countries in Europe decided to use the same money.:

Several countries in Europe decided to use the same money. Germany, France, Italy, and others now use the euro.

Author’s Assignment:

Author ’ s Assignment

What would you do if you received a large amount of money?:

What would you do if you received a large amount of money? 1.Spend it on something you want 2. Save it for the future 3.Use it to help someone

My Money Story…:

My Money Story… I Store Found Bought $100 Lost & Found What I want Shopping character Setting Main Event Related Events End

Independent learning… “You Do”:

Independent learning… “ You Do ” You have… 1 dollar 2 quarters 2 dimes 1 nickel 6 pennies What is your total amount? Challenge: If your sister gives you 3 quarters & 2 pennies more, how much money will you have all together?

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Lesson Plan Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday Second Grade, Common Core Learning Task Standard: 2.MD.8 Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using $ and ¢ symbols appropriately. Student Objective Statement: I can solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using $ (dollars) and ¢ (cents) symbols appropriately. Essential questions: How will you find the total amount of given currency? Why is important to know how to count money? Hook/Engage – Think, Pair, & Share: What can you do with money? How would you get money? Activities & Sequencing: Accessing Prior Knowledge (5 mins): Money song, Quick Check coin recognition Vocabulary: Dollar Sign $, Decimal, ¢ Cent Sign Sequence of whole group, small group, & Independent work: Set the purpose by asking essential questions reading the story (5-10 mins). Complete the “ I Do ” story problems by modeling, teacher & student. (10-15 mins) Review expectations, small group/partner assignments and mathematical practices. Students break into groups and complete the “ We Do ” tasks (10-15mins). Transition Time/Money Fun Facts (2-3 mins) Share time – choose sets of students to present their work. (5-10 mins) Connecting across curriculum- Author ’ s Assignment – writing about money (20-45 mins) Discuss what students could purchase if they had $100 Create a story map reference the slide Write personal narratives Close/End of the Day review – “ I Do ” task This can be treated as an exit slip if used for formative assessment. (5-10 mins)

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