Missing Number Lesson Plan (1st Grade)
From Utah Education Network, this lesson plan focuses on using symbol and shape variables to represent missing values in mathematical equations. It also includes activity suggestions such as peer tutoring to help students reinforce knowledge.
Hands-on Activity / Games for Tutees
A list of activity ideas in reading / literacy, writing and math for tutors to complete with their tutees.
Source: SEDL via The Faith and Service Technical Education Network (FASTEN)
CWPT Printables from Eastern Michigan University Digital Commons
Go to page 47 of Effective Strategies for General and Special Education Teachersby: Heather A. Martel for printable forms and documents for class-wide peer tutoring program management and student worksheets. Suitable for practicing spelling words and math facts.
Reciprocal Teaching Lesson Plans
Sample language arts, social studies and science lesson plans for the elementary and middle grades from Miami-Dade Teacher Education Center.
In this lesson plan from Alabama Learning Exchange, students apply what they’ve learned about antonyms by playing AntonymBingo and individually reviewing antonyms with a peer tutor.
The Yo-Yo Problem (Solving Linear Equations)
This PBS Mathline lesson makes use of peer tutors in an inclusion classroom. “Students explore linear patterns, write a pattern in symbolic form, and solve linear equations using algebra tiles, symbolic manipulation, and the graphing calculator.”
Green Highlighter Math Activity
This peer tutoring activity idea is described by the author as suitable for use in any class for warm-ups, bell ringers, daily work and exit tickets.
Using Peer Tutoring for Math
Suitable for grades K-8 this guide provides information on the general process involved in implementing a peer tutoring lesson and offers ideas on the type of math content that is suitable for a peer tutoring instructional strategy, with sample lessons used for illustration.
Get it Straight Mr. Decimal!
Math lesson plan from Alabama Learning Exchange for reviewing addition and subtraction of decimals with a hands-on, cooperative small group experience. The students (placed in small groups) solve problems on individual white boards, while making use of peer tutors (students that have mastered the concept) for remediation
Guide to Peer and Cross-age Tutoring
An explanation of peer and cross-age tutoring methods along with tools / worksheets, ideas and strategies for developing and maintaining a peer and cross-age tutoring program – a resource guide from Washington Reading Corps.
Model Language for Tutors
Examples of language strategies for achieving clearer communication during academic interactions between tutor and tutee.