Lesosn Plan

# Lesosn Plan - Eric Johnston EDU 105/106 Introduction to...

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Eric Johnston EDU 105/106 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics (Math/Science Focus) Lesson Plan “Perfect T” Introduction This lesson’s purpose is to teach students a new and effective way to fold a t-shirt. This  method was shown on Martha Stewarts’ TV show. With this new taught skill, they can effectively  teach others, and fold their shirts with precision. This lesson will be accomplished in less than  ten minutes. Objectives Following the completion of the lesson, students should: Be able to fold a t-shirt like Martha Stewarts  Materials T-shirt Procedures I. The Demonstration and Discussion (3 min) First you can talk about how much it bothers you when a t-shirt is all wrinkled.  Then get a t-shirt and lay it flat on the ground (front side up).  Now you can pinch  the two spots needed to fold the t-shirt, cross the first hand over and pinch the  lower spot, then pick it up, and fold it over (See handout).

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