Version 1: Simplified Order of Operations Lesson Plan
Grade Level: 6th Grade (Ages 1112)
Subject: Mathematics
Duration: 30 minutes
Objectives:
1. Students will understand the concept of order of operations and its importance in solving mathematical expressions.
2. Students will be able to apply the order of operations to solve simple mathematical expressions correctly.
Materials:
 Whiteboard or blackboard
 Markers or chalk
 Order of Operations poster or chart
 Worksheets with simple mathematical expressions
Procedure:

Introduction (5 minutes)
a. Begin the lesson by asking students if they have ever encountered mathematical expressions with multiple operations.
b. Discuss the importance of following a specific order to solve such expressions correctly.
c. Introduce the concept of order of operations and explain that it provides a set of rules to determine the correct sequence of operations.

Order of Operations Explanation (10 minutes)
a. Display the Order of Operations poster or chart on the board.
b. Explain each step of the order of operations (PEMDAS).
c. Provide examples on the board, solving them step by step using the order of operations.

Guided Practice (15 minutes)
a. Distribute worksheets with simple mathematical expressions to each student.
b. Instruct students to solve the expressions using the order of operations.
c. Circulate the classroom, providing assistance and checking for understanding.
d. Review the answers as a class, discussing any misconceptions or difficulties encountered.
Assessment:
 Observe students’ participation and engagement during the lesson.
 Review students’ completed worksheets to assess their understanding of the order of operations.
Version 2: Standard Order of Operations Lesson Plan
Grade Level: 6th Grade (Ages 1112)
Subject: Mathematics
Duration: 45 minutes
Objectives:
1. Students will understand the concept of order of operations and its importance in solving mathematical expressions.
2. Students will be able to apply the order of operations to solve mathematical expressions correctly.
3. Students will be able to relate the concept of order of operations to reallife situations.
Materials:
 Whiteboard or blackboard
 Markers or chalk
 Order of Operations poster or chart
 Worksheets with mathematical expressions
 Reallife situation question cards
Procedure:

Introduction (5 minutes)
a. Begin the lesson by asking students if they have ever encountered mathematical expressions with multiple operations.
b. Discuss the importance of following a specific order to solve such expressions correctly.
c. Introduce the concept of order of operations and explain that it provides a set of rules to determine the correct sequence of operations.

Order of Operations Explanation (10 minutes)
a. Display the Order of Operations poster or chart on the board.
b. Explain each step of the order of operations (PEMDAS).
c. Provide examples on the board, solving them step by step using the order of operations.

Guided Practice (15 minutes)
a. Distribute worksheets with mathematical expressions to each student.
b. Instruct students to solve the expressions using the order of operations.
c. Circulate the classroom, providing assistance and checking for understanding.
d. Review the answers as a class, discussing any misconceptions or difficulties encountered.

RealLife Situations (10 minutes)
a. Explain to students that the order of operations is not only used in mathematics but also in reallife situations.
b. Distribute reallife situation question cards to each student.
c. In pairs or small groups, students discuss and solve the reallife situation questions using the order of operations.
d. Ask each group to share their solutions and discuss the reasoning behind their answers.

Conclusion (5 minutes)
a. Recap the importance of the order of operations in solving mathematical expressions correctly.
b. Ask students to reflect on how they can apply the order of operations in their daily lives.
c. Answer any remaining questions and provide feedback on student performance.
Assessment:
 Observe students’ participation and engagement during the lesson.
 Review students’ completed worksheets to assess their understanding of the order of operations.
 Evaluate students’ ability to apply the order of operations to reallife situations through their responses to the reallife situation questions.
Version 3: Complex Order of Operations Lesson Plan
Grade Level: 6th Grade (Ages 1112)
Subject: Mathematics
Duration: 60 minutes
Objectives:
1. Students will understand the concept of order of operations and its importance in solving mathematical expressions.
2. Students will be able to apply the order of operations to solve complex mathematical expressions correctly.
3. Students will be able to relate the concept of order of operations to reallife situations.
Materials:
 Whiteboard or blackboard
 Markers or chalk
 Order of Operations poster or chart
 Worksheets with complex mathematical expressions
 Reallife situation question cards
Procedure:

Introduction (5 minutes)
a. Begin the lesson by asking students if they have ever encountered mathematical expressions with multiple operations.
b. Discuss the importance of following a specific order to solve such expressions correctly.
c. Introduce the concept of order of operations and explain that it provides a set of rules to determine the correct sequence of operations.

Order of Operations Explanation (15 minutes)
a. Display the Order of Operations poster or chart on the board.
b. Explain each step of the order of operations (PEMDAS).
c. Provide examples on the board, solving them step by step using the order of operations.

Guided Practice (25 minutes)
a. Distribute worksheets with complex mathematical expressions to each student.
b. Instruct students to solve the expressions using the order of operations.
c. Circulate the classroom, providing assistance and checking for understanding.
d. Review the answers as a class, discussing any misconceptions or difficulties encountered.

RealLife Situations (10 minutes)
a. Explain to students that the order of operations is not only used in mathematics but also in reallife situations.
b. Distribute reallife situation question cards to each student.
c. In pairs or small groups, students discuss and solve the reallife situation questions using the order of operations.
d. Ask each group to share their solutions and discuss the reasoning behind their answers.

Conclusion (5 minutes)
a. Recap the importance of the order of operations in solving mathematical expressions correctly.
b. Ask students to reflect on how they can apply the order of operations in their daily lives.
c. Answer any remaining questions and provide feedback on student performance.
Assessment:
 Observe students’ participation and engagement during the lesson.
 Review students’ completed worksheets to assess their understanding of the order of operations.
 Evaluate students’ ability to apply the order of operations to reallife situations through their responses to the reallife situation questions.