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LESSON PLAN EXAMPLE: GEOMETRY, 6th GRADE

DATE: April 24, 2017

TEACHER(S) NAME: Mr. Taskin

GRADE: 6th grade, Geometry

LESSON: Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles

CONTENT AREA: Mathematics Geometry

TIME: 45 MIN.

LESSON OBJECTIVES:

Students will be able to find the areas of parallelograms and triangles.

MATERIALS:

Notebook, pencil, ruler, projector, mimio pad, eraser, worksheets,chromebook

INTRODUCTION:

LESSON OVERVIEW

Students will use what they know about the area of a square to find the area of rectangles,
then find the area of a figure comprised of triangles. Ultimately, students will find the area of a
parallelogram.

The area of a parallelogram is the product of the height and the length of the base. The height
of a parallelogram is any segment perpendicular to the line containing the base drawn from the
side opposite the base. Students will learn the formula for the area of a triangle: A = bh. They
will also use these formulas to find the area of composite figures made of parallelograms and
triangles.

Students may have difficulty understanding the relationship between the lengths of a
rectangles sides and its area. The following model can help students understand this
relationship.Take four strips of cardboard and tape them together to make a flexible
parallelogram. By decreasing the size of the angle between the two sides, students will see that
the area inside the parallelogram will be much less than when the sides form right angles.
AGENDA

1- INTRODUCTION HOW TO USE TRIANGLE IN REAL LIFE ( WATCH A VIDEO)-


3 MIN.
2- THE TEACHER WILL GIVE NOTE-TAKING PAPER TO STUDENTS- 2 MIN.
3- THE TEACHER WILL START LECTURING AND THE STUDENTS WILL TAKE
NOTES ON THE HAND-OUT PAPER.-15 MIN.
4- THEN THE STUDENTS WILL SOLVE INDIVUDUAL WORKSHEET-15 MIN.
5- THEN THE STUDENTS WILL SOLVE KAHOOT QUESTION FOR EXIT TICKET-10
MIN.

ASSESSMENTS: