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# Standard B: Delivers Effective Instruction

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This document includes a lesson plan that I recorded while I taught and a self-evaluation of my delivery. There are also student work samples showing growth and a reflective essay on those samples.

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### Standard B: Delivers Effective Instruction

1. 1. Standard B Delivers Effective InstructionLesson Plan: Perimeter (audio recorded)Self Evaluation of Recorded LessonStudent Work Samples Demonstrating Growth o Student A o Student BReflective Essay on Student Work Samples
2. 2. PerimeterGrade 4 MathMarch 16, 2011 (Wednesday)45 minutes 9:00 – 9:45Massachusetts Curriculum Framework:Mathematics – Measurement 4.M.4 Estimate and find area and perimeter of a rectangle, triangle, orirregular shape using diagrams, models and grids or by measuring.Objective:The goal of this lesson is for students to understand how to define and calculate perimeter of closedshapes. Another goal is for students to recognize some real world examples of when perimeter can beused.Expected Student Outcomes:At the completion of this lesson, students will be able to: Define that perimeter is the distance around a shape Calculate perimeter of polygons and irregular shapes Use perimeter to calculate the measure of a missing side of a shapeInstructional Procedures: I will introduce the topic of perimeter by asking students if they have ever heard the word or worked with perimeter. I will use what they say to build the definition of perimeter as the distance around a shape. I will then ask students if they can think of any real world examples where perimeter may be used. I will then hand out sheet Practice 20.4 to each student and set up the overhead projector to complete the sheet together as a class. I will use whole class discussion to arrive at answers and look at strategies while I fill everything in on the transparency of Practice 20.4. After doing a few problems together as a class, I will give students a few minutes to try some out on their own. I will bring the discussion back to whole class to check on progress and field answers. If there is time, students will practice problems independently from the textbook