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    • Math Using Glogster EDU
      • Lesson 1: Important Uses of Math
      • Lesson 2: Angles
    • Lesson 1: Important Uses of Math
      • Glog page designed by teacher
      • http://patri3jl.edu.glogster.com/edit/importantusesofmath/
    • Prior Technology Prerequisites
      • www.edu.glogster.com
      • What is Glogster EDU?
      • Teacher will present a demo on how to use Glogster EDU.
      • Teacher will need to add students to their account by adding a class.
      • Disadvantage: Students must be at least 13 years old or have consent to use.
    • Introduction
      • The lesson begins with a WebQuest which has been placed into a glog page. It introduces the problem/asking students for help?
      • Videos: Help students brainstorm real-world examples of how students and adults use math.
    • Explore
      • Online resources are linked into glog page to provide examples of how math is used in the real world.
      • Examples: math in sports and math in movies
      • Give students time to explore on Internet, books, etc.
    • The Task
      • Explains to the students what they have to complete for their lesson.
      • Requirements for presentation:
        • 5 specific examples
        • Graphics
        • Pictures (images)
        • Videos (SchoolTube)
        • Sound
        • Text with explanation of how their examples use math.
    • Conclusion
      • Students will then need to share their glogs with classmates.
      • Peers can add comments and provide feedback to their peers.
      • Begin to brainstorm ways Geometry is used or seen in our environment.
      • Advantage: Teacher/students feedback through instant messaging.
    • Lesson 2: Angles
      • Glog page designed by teacher
      • http://patri3jl.edu.glogster.com/edit/angles/
    • Prior Technology Prerequisites
      • Show PowerPoint on Angle Relationship
      • www.edu.glogster.com
      • Review Glogster
      • Teacher will present a demo on how to use Chogger (create comic strips).
      • http://chogger.com/
      • Students will need an account (free)
      • Using a flip camera (upload pictures)
      • Complete quiz (clickers)
    • Prior Knowledge for Geometry
      • vocabulary words:
        • congruent angles, vertical angles, adjacent angles, complementary angles, and supplementary angles.
      • Identifying types of triangles by angles
      • Identifying triangles by their sides
      • Finding a third angle of a triangle
    • Introduction
      • Students will begin by making a comic strip using Chogger to define vocabulary words.
      • http://cho.gr/aI2U2
      • Students will create a new glog page.
      • Students will embed their comic into their glog page.
    • Check for Understanding
      • Students will visit three Websites (linked within the teacher glog) to test their knowledge.
        • http://www.aaamath.com/geo318x3.htm
        • http://www.aaamath.com/geo318x2.htm
        • http://www.aaamath.com/geo612x5.htm
        • Teacher gives quiz using clickers from PowerPoint.
    • Final Task
      • Students will use a flip camera to capture 10 items in or around school that have angles or lines in them (watch example video).
      • Students will then upload pictures to their glog page and use text to explain their relationship to Geometry.
    • Conclusion
      • Students will then need to share their glogs with classmates.
      • Peers can add comments and provide feedback to their peers.