Classifying Quadrilaterals Part 2.docx

Students have been learning about the properties

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place during a module on Polygons. Students have been learning about the properties which classify the category and subcategories of two dimensional figures. This lesson will reinforce how to classify those shapes by their properties using a Venn Diagram Mat. Agenda: Opening (5 minutes): Inform students they will continue with hierarchies and shapes. They will complete the hierarchy chart to include equilateral triangles and then create the hierarchy of quadrilaterals. Lesson and activities (30 minutes): Students will be introduced to new vocabulary and shapes. They will then brainstorm different quadrilaterals and the properties of the shapes before having a class discussion about their findings. Formative assessment: As the students are working in pairs to create their building designs. The teacher and Aide will walk around the room and ask questions to see if the students understand what they are doing. The students will use worksheets using angles and triangles for classwork and homework in order to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson. The students will also demonstrate their understanding on the mid-week quiz and on Friday’s test. Page 1 of 4
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Assessment and closure (25 minutes): Students will receive and complete the Thinking About Quadrilaterals worksheet. Students will work in pairs to analyze and complete the worksheet. Academic Language: Key vocabulary: Acute angle Angle Category Congruent Hierarchy Length Obtuse angle Parallel Parallelogram Quadrilateral Rectangle Rhombus Right angle Square Subcategory Trapezoid Function: They need to know these key vocabulary words in order to understand what function they will be performing. Form: Students will have been introduced and should have knowledge of them. In order to teach the student’s, the key vocabulary I will have Word Resource Cards available for review as well as the hierarchy chart. I will implement the key vocabulary words and give
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  • Fall '17
  • Quadrilaterals,  Quadrilateral, review of the hierarchy of quadrilaterals students

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