Mathematics Lesson Plan for 2nd Grade
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1 Mathematics Lesson Plan for 2nd Grade For the lesson on April 29, 2010 At DePaul University Instructor: Nathanael Ortega Lesson plan developed by: E. Alcantara, Y. Guzman, J. Lerner, K. Nelson, N. Ortega, L. Zaimi 1. Take It Away! 2. Goals of the Lesson: a. Students will use subtraction facts 0-10 to help solve 2 digit subtraction problems b. Students will be able to use new subtraction methods to solve 2 digit subtraction problems.
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