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Lesson Plan Week 21

# Lesson Plan Week 21

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06/16/2009

Lesson Plan Form
Teacher Name:Vincent PienaarClass/Subject:MathBlock/Period:1, 2 & 3 Week of:1/26/2009-1/30/2009Objective:
Students identify and describe geometric figures
Students identify angles and parts of angles
Students identify parallel, perpendicular, and skew lines, and anglesformed by a transversal
Students identify and name different parts of a circle
Students identify and name polygons
Students classify Triangles by their side lengths and angle measures
Students name and identify types of quadrilaterals
Students identify symmetry in figures
Students find the measures of angles in polygons
Students identify congruent figures and use congruence to solve problems
Students recognize, describe, and show transformations
NC Standard:
NCTM Standards:

Analyze characteristics and properties of two- and three-dimensionalgeometric shapes and develop mathematical arguments about geometricrelationships
Make and investigate mathematical conjectures;
Recognize and use connections among mathematical ideas
Apply transformations and use symmetry to analyze mathematicalsituations;
Understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on oneanother to produce a coherent whole
Develop and evaluate mathematical arguments and proofs;
Select and use various types of reasoning and methods of proof
Specify locations and describe spatial relationships using coordinategeometry and other representational systems;
Apply transformations and use symmetry to analyze mathematicalsituations;
Understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on oneanother to produce a coherent wholeMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaGetting Started – Warm-Up Activity
Week by Week Essentials 20 & 21
WARM UP
__ Warm Up TE p. 362 and Daily Transparency 7-4 CRB
WARM UP
__ Warm Up TE p. 368 and Daily Transparency 7-5 CRB
WARM UP
__ Warm Up TE p. 374 and Daily Transparency 7-6 CRB
WARM UP
__ Warm Up TE p. 378 and Daily Transparency 7-7 CRB
WARM UP
__ Warm Up TE p. 396 and Daily Transparency 7-11 CRB
WARM UP
__ Warm Up TE p. 382 and Daily Transparency 7-8 CRB
WARM UP
__ Warm Up TE p. 392 andDaily Transparency 7-10CRBReview (from previous day) __ Problem of the Day TE p. 344 andDaily Transparency 7-1 CRBProblem of the Day TE p. 362 andDaily Transparency 7-4 CRB __ Problem of the Day TE p. 378 andDaily Transparency 7-7 CRB __ Problem of the Day TE p. 382and Daily Transparency 7-8CRB __ Problem of the Day TE p.392 and Daily Transparenc7-10 CRBLesson Introduction
TEACH
__ Lesson Presentation CD-ROM 7-1/2/3
__ Alternate Opener, Explorations
Transparency 7-1/2/3, TE , andExploration 7-1/2/3 CRB __ Reaching All Learners TE
TEACH
__ Lesson Presentation CD-ROM7-4/5/6
__ Alternate Opener, Explorations
Transparency 7-4/5/6, TE, and Exploration 7-4/5/6 CRB
TEACH
__ Lesson Presentation CD-ROM 7-7/11
__ Alternate Opener, Explorations
Transparency 7-7/11, TE, andExploration 7-7/11 CRB __ Reaching All Learners TE
TEACH
__ Lesson Presentation CD-ROM7-8/9
__ Alternate Opener, Explorations
Transparency 7-8/9, TE , and Exploration 7-8/9CRB
TEACH
__ Lesson Presentation CD-ROM 7-10
__ Alternate Opener, Explorations
Transparency 7-10, TE p. 392, andExploration 7-10 CRB

__ Additional Examples Transparencies7-1/2/3/ CRB __ Teaching Transparency 7-1 CRB __ Reaching All Learners TE __ Additional ExamplesTransparencies 7-4/5/6 CRB __ Teaching Transparency 7-4/5/6 CRB __ Additional ExamplesTransparencies 7-7/11 CRB __ Teaching Transparency 7-7/11CRB __ Reaching All Learners TE __ Additional ExamplesTransparencies 7-8/9 CRB __ Teaching Transparency 7-8/9CRB __ Reaching All Learners TE p.393 __ Additional ExamplesTransparencies 7-10 CRB __ Teaching Transparency 7-10CRBPoints/Objectives of Lesson
Lesson Plan 7-1
Points, Lines, and Planes pp. 344–34
Objective
Students identify anddescribe geometric figures
Lesson Plan 7-2
Angles pp. 348–351
Objective
Students identify angles and parts of angles
Lesson Plan 7-3
Parallel and Perpendicular Lines pp. 354–357
Objective
Students identify parallel, perpendicular, and skew lines, and angles formed by atransversal
Lesson Plan 7-4
Circles pp. 362–365
Objective
Students identify andname different parts of a circle
Lesson Plan 7-5
Polygons pp. 368–371
Objective
Students identify andname polygons
Lesson Plan 7-6
Triangles pp. 374–377
Objective
Students classify triangles by their side lengths andangle measures
Lesson Plan 7-7
Objective
Students name andidentify types of quadrilaterals
Lesson Plan 7-11
Symmetry pp. 396–399
Objective
Students identify symmetry in figures
Lesson Plan 7-8
Angles in Polygons pp. 382–385
Objective
Students find themeasures of angles in polygons
Lesson Plan 7-9
Congruent Figures pp. 388–391
Objective
Students identify congruent figures and usecongruence to solve problems
Lesson Plan 7-10
Transformations pp. 392–395
Objective
Students recognize,
describe, and show transformationsMaterials NeededComputer/LaptopSmart boardElmoPower Point PresentationSmall White BoardCalculatorsComputer/LaptopSmart boardElmoPower Point PresentationSmall White BoardCalculatorsComputer/LaptopSmart boardElmoPower Point PresentationSmall White BoardCalculatorsComputer/LaptopSmart boardElmoPower Point PresentationSmall White BoardCalculatorsComputer/LaptopSmart boardElmoPower Point PresentationSmall White BoardCalculatorsGuided Practice(teacher/student)
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–3, 7–9, 13, 20–27 Enriched: 1–3, 7–9, 13, 20–27 __ Example 2: Core: 1–5, 7–11, 13, 20–27 Enriched: 1–5, 7–11, 13, 20–27 __ Example 3: Core: 1–12, 13, 15, 20–27Enriched: 1–11 odd, 13–27
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-1
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–4, 10–13, 27–34Enriched: 1–4, 10–13, 22, 27–34 __ Example 2: Core: 1–7, 10–16, 27–34Enriched: 1–7 odd, 10–16, 22, 23,27–34 __ Example 3: Core: 1–18, 19–23 odd,27–34 Enriched: 1–9 odd, 10–34
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–3, 5–7,17–25 Enriched: 1–7 odd, 9,10, 12, 17–25 __ Example 2: Core: 1–8, 9–13odd, 17–25 Enriched: 1–7odd, 9–25
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-4
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–3, 10–12,24–31 Enriched: 1–3, 10–12,24–31 __ Example 2: Core: 1–6, 10–15,24–31 Enriched: 1–6, 10–15,24–31 __ Example 3: Core: 1–22, 24–31
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–3, 6–11, 17, 19,27–35 Enriched: 1, 3, 7–11 odd,16–20, 27–35 __ Example 2: Core: 1–15, 17–23 odd,27–35 Enriched: 1–15 odd, 16–35
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-7
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–3, 10–12, 27–34 Enriched: 1, 3, 11, 19, 21, 27–34 __ Example 2: Core: 1–6, 10–15, 19,27–34 Enriched: 1–5 odd, 10–15,19, 21, 27–34 __ Example 3: Core: 1–18, 19–23odd, 27–34 Enriched: 1–17 odd,19–34
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–3, 7–9,13–17 odd, 21, 26–32Enriched: 1, 3, 7, 9, 13–18, 20,21, 26–32 __ Example 2: Core: 1–12, 13–21odd, 26–32 Enriched: 1–11odd, 13–32
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-8
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–3, 8–10,15, 17, 25–32 Enriched: 1, 3, 7,9, 15–18, 25–32 __ Example 2: Core: 1–5, 8–12,15, 17, 19, 25–32 Enriched: 1–5 odd, 9, 11, 15–19, 21, 22, 25–
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1, 2, 6, 7,14–19 Enriched: 1, 2, 6, 7,14–19 __ Example 2: Core: 1–11, 14–19 Enriched: 1, 3–5, 7–19
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-10

__ Interactive Study Guide
7-2
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–3, 7–9, 13, 15,19, 23–30 Enriched: 1–3, 7–9, 13,15, 19, 23–30 __ Example 2: Core: 1–12, 13–19 odd,23–30 Enriched: 1–11 odd, 13–30
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-3Enriched: 1–31
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-5
PRACTICE AND APPLY
__ Example 1: Core: 1–3, 5–7, 9–21 odd, 28–36 Enriched: 1, 5,9–21, 28–36 __ Example 2: Core: 1–20, 23,28–36 Enriched: 1–7 odd, 9–36
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-6
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-1132 __ Example 3: Core: 1–14, 15–21odd, 25–32 Enriched: 1–13odd, 15–32
__ Interactive Study Guide
7-9Independent Practice(student)
Differentiated Instruction forstudents withDeveloping Knowledge
__ Practice A 7-1/2/3 CRB __ Reteach 7-1/2/3 CRB __ Homework Help Online Keyword:MS4 7-1/2/3
7-1/2/3
__ Math: Reading and Writing in theContent Area
7-1
__ Interactive Problem Solving
7-1/2/3
On-level Knowledge
__ Practice B 7-1/2/3 CRB __ Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers 7-1/2/3CRB __ Homework Help Online Keyword:MS4 7-1/2/3 __ Problem Solving 7-1/2/3 CRB
__ Practice C 7-1/2/3 CRB __ Challenge 7-1/2/3 CRB __ Homework Help Online Keyword:MS4 7-1/2/3 __ Problem Solving 7-1/2/3 CRB
Differentiated Instructionfor students withDeveloping Knowledge
__ Practice A 7-4/5/6 CRB __ Reteach 7-4/5/6 CRB __ Homework Help OnlineKeyword: MS4 7-4/5/6
7-4/5/6
__ Math: Reading and Writingin the Content Area
7-4/5/6
__ Interactive Problem Solving
7-4/5/6
On-level Knowledge
__ Practice B 7-4/5/6 CRB __ Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers 7-4/5/6 CRB __ Homework Help OnlineKeyword: MS4 7-4/5/6 __ Problem Solving 7-4 CRB
__ Practice C 7-4/5/6 CRB __ Challenge 7-4/5/6 CRB __ Homework Help OnlineKeyword: MS4 7-4/5/6 __ Problem Solving 7-4/5/6 CRB
Differentiated Instruction forstudents withDeveloping Knowledge
__ Practice A 7-7/11 CRB __ Reteach 7-7/11 CRB __ Homework Help Online Keyword:MS4 7-7/11
__ Math: Reading and Writing inthe Content Area
7-7/11
__ Interactive Problem Solving
7-7/11
On-level Knowledge
__ Practice B 7-7/11 CRB __ Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers 7-7/11CRB __ Homework Help Online Keyword:MS4 7-7/11 __ Online Link, SE Keyword: MS4Bahamas __ Problem Solving 7-7/11 CRB
__ Practice C 7-7/11 CRB __ Challenge 7-7/11 CRB __ Homework Help Online Keyword:MS4 7-7/11 __ Online Link, SE Keyword: MS4Bahamas __ Problem Solving 7-7/11 CRB
Differentiated Instructionfor students withDeveloping Knowledge
__ Practice A 7-8/9 CRB __ Reteach 7-8/9 CRB __ Homework Help OnlineKeyword: MS4 7-8/9
__ Math: Reading and Writingin the Content Area
7-8/9
__ Interactive Problem Solving
7-8/9
On-level Knowledge
__ Practice B 7-8/9 CRB __ Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers 7-8/9 CRB __ Homework Help OnlineKeyword: MS4 7-8/9 __ Problem Solving 7-8/9 CRB
__ Practice C 7-8/9 CRB __ Challenge 7-8/9 CRB __ Homework Help OnlineKeyword: MS4 7-8/9 __ Problem Solving 7-8/9 CRB
Differentiated Instructionfor students withDeveloping Knowledge
__ Practice A 7-10 CRB __ Reteach 7-10 CRB __ Homework Help OnlineKeyword: MS4 7-10
__ Math: Reading and Writingin the Content Area
7-10
__ Interactive Problem Solving
7-10
On-level Knowledge
__ Practice B 7-10 CRB __ Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers7-10 CRB __ Homework Help OnlineKeyword: MS4 7-10 __ Problem Solving 7-10 CRB
__ Practice C 7-10 CRB __ Challenge 7-10 CRB __ Homework Help OnlineKeyword: MS4 7-10Closure/Expectations(for tomorrow’s lesson)
HOMEWORK
H/W & Practice 7-1/2/3
HOMEWORK
H/W & Practice 7-4/5/6
HOMEWORK
H/W & Practice 7-7/11
HOMEWORK
H/W & Practice 7-8/9
HOMEWORK
H/W & Practice 7-1/2/3