### EL Support Lesson

# All the Ways to Count to 100

#### Objectives

##### Academic

Students will be able to count to 100 by tens.

##### Language

Students will be able to explain how to skip count by tens using a hundreds chart and partner support.

#### Introduction

*(3 minutes)*

- Gather the class together for the start of the lesson.
- Play the "Hundreds Chart Song" using the proejctor.
- Say, "Today we are going to learn all about counting by tens to 100!"

#### Explicit Instruction/Teacher modeling

*(10 minutes)*

- Display the book,
*Monarch Migration Counting by 10s* - Read the story aloud. Pause as you read to notice the pattern (tens) and encourage students to count with you by echo reading or reading chorally.
- Using the Vocabulary Cards, introduce and define
**skip counting**,**tens**, and**chart**by modeling how they go together when counting by tens. - Bring out the counting manipulatives and ask students, "How could I count 100?"
- Model counting by ones, then pause and say, "This is taking me a long time. I wonder if it would be faster to count by tens?"
- Count by tens, begin by grouping the items into piles of 10. Then, model using the hundreds chart to count by tens to 100.

#### Guided Practice

*(5 minutes)*

- Pass out the Hundreds Chart worksheet to each student along with a crayon or marker.
- As a group, have the students each color in their numbers in the tens column of their chart.
- Ask students to look at their colored in tens column and turn and talk to share with a partner what they notice (e.g., all end in zero, in a line, numbers go from 1-100, etc.).
- Practice skip counting to 100 by tens. Have students go around in a circle and say the numbers in order (starting with 10), and jumping up as they say their number.

#### Group work time

*(15 minutes)*

- Explain that now students will get to work with a partner to practice putting the numbers 10-100 in order on a skip counting number line.
- Show students the strips of tape and sticky notes. Model how to use the hundreds chart to write the numbers 10-100 on individual sticky notes, then order them on the line.
- Have students physically walk or jump the number line, counting aloud as they go to get from 10-100 with their partner.

#### Explicit Instruction/Teacher modeling

*(10 minutes)*

- Display the book,
*Monarch Migration Counting by 10s*

#### Additional EL adaptations

**Beginning**

- Allow students to count in their home language (L1).
- Work with a small group of students to practice skip counting using movements (jumping jacks, arm motions, etc.).

**Advanced**

- Have students work together to skip count without using the hundreds chart.
- Ask students to think about other strategies to keep track of numbers while counting to 100 and share with a partner.

#### Assessment

*(5 minutes)*

- Take note of how students interact with the hundreds chart to assess their ability to accurately count to 100 by tens.
- Ask guiding questions to assess student understanding of skip counting by tens. For example, "What number comes after 10? How do you know? Where can I look if I get confused?"

#### Review and closing

*(2 minutes)*

- Gather students back together and ask pairs to share how they knew the order to place their sticky notes on their number lines.
- As a group practice speed skip counting while jumping for each number.