2ndGradeMath-Finding_Shapes_in_the_Real_Word.doc - Course 2nd Grade Math Content Objective(s Finding shapes in the real world Students will discuss

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Course: 2 nd Grade Math Content Objective(s): Finding shapes in the real world Literacy Performance Objective(s): Students will discuss items brought to class (listening & speaking), then write in their math journals the discoveries they made. Time Content Process Pre-Instruction Focus 5 min Geometry: 3-D shapes in the world Review the shapes under the document camera. Readiness Activity 10 minutes Materials: 3-D shapes from yesterdays lesson, Pringles can, baseball and ink box. Compare shapes brought into school with the 3-D shapes we have been working on. When the students have had time to discuss, do a split screen and compare to the 3-D shapes from yesterday. Do they match? Using the Pringles can under the document camera, ask what shape this is from the group we were introduced to yesterday. Have students “think-pair- share” their ideas and reasons why. Repeat with other shapes brought in. Learning Activities 20 minutes Materials: Students items they have brought from home (part of homework).

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• Summer '17
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