You are on page 1of 4

# Lesson Plan Form

## Teacher Name: Vincent Pienaar Class/Subject Math

:
Block/Period: 1, 2 & 3 Week of: 11/16/2009 to 11/20/2009
Objective: Objective NC Standard: • Understand measurable attributes of objects and the units, systems,
• Students use proportions to make conversions within the customary and processes of measurement;
system • Recognize reasoning and proof as fundamental aspects of
• Students use ratios to identify similar figures mathematics;
• Select and use various types of reasoning and methods of proof;
• Students use proportions and similar figures to find unknown measures • Recognize and use connections among mathematical ideas;
• Students read and use map scales and scale drawings
• Understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one
another to produce a coherent whole
• Compute fluently and make reasonable estimates; Analyze
characteristics and properties of two- and three-dimensional
geometric shapes and develop mathematical arguments about
geometric relationships;
• Use visualization, spatial reasoning, and geometric modeling to solve
problems;
• Recognize and use connections among mathematical ideas;
• Use visualization, spatial reasoning, and geometric modeling to solve
problems;
• Apply appropriate techniques, tools, and formulas to determine
measurements;
• Compute fluently and make reasonable estimates;
• Specify locations and describe spatial relationships using coordinate
geometry and other representational systems;
• Apply appropriate techniques, tools, and formulas to determine
measurements; Recognize and use connections among mathematical
ideas;
• Recognize and apply mathematics in contexts outside of
mathematics;
• Use representations to model and interpret physical, social, and
mathematical phenomena
Clipboard Math The material in this lesson plan extends beyond the state learning standards.
Vocabulary Activity/ Method Accommodations Instructional Method Resource Materials
similar Guided/Direct Instruction Extended Time Interactive Lecture /Class Discussion Textbook
corresponding sides Cooperative Learning Segmented Assignments Board Work Pencil/pen/marker
corresponding angles Independent Work Copies of Lesson Video/Computer/Smart Board/Elmo Paper
indirect measurement Small Group Testing Accommodations Presentation Dictionary
scale drawing Textbook Assignment Lengths Learning Centers
scale Calculator
Workbook Peer Tutoring Manipulative/Small student Whiteboard
Technology:
Clipboard Math Reteach Clipboard Math
Study Island
Computers: Study Island Individual Attention Computer Lab
Computers: Classscape Other:       Other:
Other:       Other:

## Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Getting Started – WARM UP WARM UP WARM UP WARM UP Week by Week Essential 13
Warm-Up Activity __ Warm Up TE p. 402 and Daily __ Warm Up TE p. 405 and Daily __ Warm Up TE p. 409 and Daily __ Warm Up TE p. 412 and Daily
Transparency 8-3 CRB Transparency 8-4 CRB Transparency 8-5 CRB Transparency 8-6 CRB

Review __ Problem of the Day TE p. 402 __ Problem of the Day TE p. 405 __ Problem of the Day TE p. 409 __ Problem of the Day TE p. 412
(from previous day) and Daily Transparency 8-3 and Daily Transparency 8-4 and Daily Transparency 8-5 CRB and Daily Transparency 8-6
CRB CRB CRB

## Lesson Introduction TEACH TEACH TEACH TEACH

__ Lesson Presentation CD-ROM __ Lesson Presentation CD-ROM __ Lesson Presentation CD-ROM __ Lesson Presentation CD-ROM
8-3 8-4 8-5 8-6
__ Alternate Opener, Explorations __ Alternate Opener, __ Alternate Opener, Explorations __ Alternate Opener, Explorations
Transparency 8-3, TE p. 402, Explorations Transparency 8- Transparency 8-5, TE p. 409, Transparency 8-6, TE p. 412,
and Exploration 8-3 CRB 4, TE p. 405, and Exploration and Exploration 8-5 CRB and Exploration 8-6 CRB
__ Reaching All Learners TE p. 403 8-4 CRB __ Reaching All Learners TE p. 410 __ Reaching All Learners TE p. 413
Transparencies 8-3 CRB 406 Transparencies 8-5 CRB Transparencies 8-6 CRB
__ Teaching Transparency 8-3 CRB __ Additional Examples __ Teaching Transparency 8-5 CRB __ Teaching Transparency 8-6
__ Hands-On Lab Activities 8-3 Transparencies 8-4 CRB CRB
__ Teaching Transparency 8-4 __ Hands-On Lab Activities 8-6
CRB
__ Hands-On Lab Activities 8-4
Points/ Lesson Plan 8-3 Lesson Plan 8-4 Lesson Plan 8-5 Lesson Plan 8-6 REVIEW
Objectives of Lesson Proportions and Customary Similar Figures pp. 405–408 Indirect Measurement pp. 409– Scale Drawings and Maps pp.
Measurement pp. 402–404 Objective Students use ratios to 411 412–415
Objective Students use identify similar figures Objective Students use Objective Students read and use
proportions to make conversions proportions and similar figures map scales and scale drawings
within the customary system to find unknown measures

## Materials Needed Computer/Laptop Computer/Laptop Computer/Laptop Computer/Laptop Computer/Laptop

Smart board Smart board Smart board Smart board Smart board
Elmo Elmo Elmo Elmo Elmo
Power Point Presentation Power Point Presentation Power Point Presentation Power Point Presentation Power Point Presentation
Small White Board Small White Board Small White Board Small White Board Small White Board
Calculators Calculators Calculators Calculators Calculators
Guided Practice PRACTICE AND APPLY PRACTICE AND APPLY PRACTICE AND APPLY PRACTICE AND APPLY
(teacher/student) __ Example 1: Core: 1–11, 13–17 __ Example 1: Core: 1, 3, 7, 8, 15– __ Example 1: Core: 1, 3, 7, 10–15 __ Example 1: Core: 1, 4, 13–16,
odd, 23–27 Enriched: 2, 4, 6–27 19 Enriched: 1, 3, 7, 8, 15–19 Enriched: 1, 3, 8, 10–15 21–27 Enriched: 13–17, 19, 21–
__ Interactive Study Guide 8-3 __ Example 2: Core: 1–8, 15–19 __ Example 2: Core: 1–7, 10–15 27
__ Consumer and Career Math 8-3 Enriched: 7–19 Enriched: 3–15 __ Example 2: Core: 1–6, 13–16,
__ Interactive Study Guide 8-4 __ Interactive Study Guide 8-5 21–27 Enriched: 7–12, 18, 19,
21–27
__ Interactive Study Guide 8-6

Independent Practice REACHING ALL LEARNERS - REACHING ALL LEARNERS REACHING ALL LEARNERS - REACHING ALL LEARNERS -
(student) Differentiated Instruction for - Differentiated Instruction Differentiated Instruction for Differentiated Instruction for
students with for students with students with students with
Developing Knowledge Developing Knowledge Developing Knowledge Developing Knowledge
__ Practice A 8-3 CRB __ Practice A 8-4 CRB __ Practice A 8-5 CRB __ Practice A 8-6 CRB
__ Reteach 8-3 CRB __ Reteach 8-4 CRB __ Reteach 8-5 CRB __ Reteach 8-6 CRB
__ Homework Help Online __ Homework Help Online __ Homework Help Online __ Homework Help Online
Keyword: MR4 8-3 Keyword: MR4 8-4 Keyword: MR4 8-5 Keyword: MR4 8-6
the Content Area 8-3 __ Math: Reading and Writing the Content Area 8-5 the Content Area 8-6
__ Interactive Problem Solving 8- in the Content Area 8-4 __ Interactive Problem Solving 8- __ Interactive Problem Solving 8-
3 __ Interactive Problem Solving 5 6
On-level Knowledge 8-4 On-level Knowledge On-level Knowledge
__ Practice B 8-3 CRB On-level Knowledge __ Practice B 8-5 CRB __ Practice B 8-6 CRB
__ Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers 8-3 __ Practice B 8-4 CRB __ Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers 8-5 __ Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers 8-6
CRB __ Puzzles, Twisters & Teasers 8- CRB CRB
__ Homework Help Online 4 CRB __ Homework Help Online __ Homework Help Online
Keyword: MR4 8-3 __ Homework Help Online Keyword: MR4 8-5 Keyword: MR4 8-6
__ Problem Solving 8-3 CRB Keyword: MR4 8-4 __ Problem Solving 8-5 CRB __ Problem Solving 8-6 CRB
__ Practice C 8-3 CRB Advanced Knowledge __ Practice C 8-5 CRB __ Practice C 8-6 CRB
__ Challenge 8-3 CRB __ Practice C 8-4 CRB __ Challenge 8-5 CRB __ Challenge 8-6 CRB
__ Homework Help Online __ Challenge 8-4 CRB __ Homework Help Online __ Homework Help Online
Keyword: MR4 8-3 __ Homework Help Online Keyword: MR4 8-5 Keyword: MR4 8-6
__ Problem Solving 8-3 CRB Keyword: MR4 8-4 __ Problem Solving 8-5 CRB __ Problem Solving 8-6 CRB
__ Problem Solving 8-4 CRB

Assessment Check Homework Check Homework Check Homework Check Homework Check Homework
Test/Quiz Test/Quiz Test/Quiz Test/Quiz Test/Quiz
Project Project Project Project Project
Participation Participation Participation Participation Participation
Class Work Class Work Class Work Class Work Class Work
Review Review Review Review Review
Presentation Presentation Presentation Presentation Presentation
Oral Response Oral Response Oral Response Oral Response Oral Response
Teacher Observation Teacher Observation Teacher Observation Teacher Observation Teacher Observation
Other: Clicker system Other:       Other:       Other:       Other:

## Closure/Expectation HOMEWORK HOMEWORK HOMEWORK HOMEWORK

s Homework & Practice 8-3 Homework & Practice 8-4 Homework & Practice 8-5 Homework & Practice 8-6
(for tomorrow’s
lesson)