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them the definition as they work. Instructional Materials, Equipment and Technology: Protractors Word Resource Cards Smart board/Whiteboard Scratch paper Thinking about Quadrilaterals worksheet Hierarchy chart Colored markers Pencils Hierarchy of Quadrilaterals teacher master Grouping: All pairs will consist of varying levels of students in the class. This will promote peer interaction amongst the students. II. INSTRUCTION A. Opening Prior knowledge connection: Students will have learned definitions of angles and triangles. Teacher will discuss places where triangles and angles have been used such as construction to build houses or office buildings. Students will review and expand hierarchy chart to include quadrilaterals. Anticipator y set: Students will have learned definitions of angles and triangles and quadrilaterals. Teacher will discuss places where quadrilaterals have been used such as construction to build houses or office buildings. Explain quadrilaterals are any four sided polygon. Page 2 of 4

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B. Learning and Teaching Activities (Teaching and Guided Practice): I Do Students Do Differentiation 1. I will draw the student’s attention to the hierarchy of shapes chart they already started. 2. I will explain the terms category and subcategory in reference to the hierarchy chart. 3. I will write the term quadrilateral on the white board. 4. I will display the hierarchy of quadrilaterals teacher master and discuss. 5. I will distribute the Thinking about Quadrilaterals worksheet. 1. Students will review hierarchy chart. 2. Students will familiarize themselves with new terms. 3. Students will brainstorm all different types of quadrilaterals and record them. 4. Students will review the teacher master and then share observations with the class 5. Students will work in pairs to complete the Thinking about Quadrilaterals worksheet.
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