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Alex Fafara Field Observation #2 Description The teacher begins the lesson by instructing the students to open their math journals to a new page and begin a title for a table of contents, using a projector to show straight lines and angles. A student asks if the title needs to include “protractor”, and if it is spelled with two O’s. The teacher tells all of the students how to spell protractor, and how to label the title. While the other students work, Pete writes in his math journal, occasionally looking at the projector screen behind him. He then puts a workbook into his desk, and closes his math journal. The teacher asks, “Who liked the protractor better for measuring? For Drawing lines?” and asks for a raise of hands for each. Pete raises his hand to signal he liked measuring better than drawing with the protractor. The teacher uses the homework from last night as an example, asking for the definition of the showing angles. The answers given by students are correct, obtuse and acute. The teacher then asks for measures of each. Coming across the third question the teacher asks Pete if the angle is more than or
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course EDUCATION 200 taught by Professor Jenniferdelnero during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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