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Audio Lesson Plan 2

  1. 1. Chelsea Prue 1Lesson Plan: TRX and AnglesIntroduction • Lesson Topic: TRX and Angles • Length of Lesson: 90 minutes (1 block) • VA Standards of Learning: Mathematics 6.13: The student will a. estimate angle measures, using 45°, 90°, and 180° as referents, and use the appropriate tools to measure the given angles; and b. measure and draw right, acute, and obtuse angles and triangles.Cognitive ObjectivesStudents will: • Estimate visually the angle measure of a given angle by using 45°, 90°, and 180° as referents, and use appropriate tools to check the reasonableness of the estimate. • Draw and measure acute, right, and obtuse angles, using appropriate tools. • Draw and measure acute, right, and obtuse triangles, using appropriate tools.Materials/Technology and Advanced Preparation • TRX pictures with recorded audio explaining 45°, 90°, and 120° and 180° angles. • Class website to post audio file. • Laptops and headphones for all students. • Image projector to show pictures with recorded audio. • Greater Than/Less Than & Acute/Obtuse ping-pong paddles for kinesthetic involvement. • ‘Angle Hunt: In Class’ worksheet for all students. • ‘Angle Hunt: At Home’ worksheet for all students.Teaching and Learning SequenceIntroduction/Anticipatory Set • Students draw an acute angle, a right angle, and an obtuse angle. o Briefly review as a class what makes an angle acute (<90°), right (=90°), and obtuse (>90°). • Show TRX pictures with recorded audio explaining 45°, 90°, and 120° and 180° angles.Lesson Development • Hand out Greater Than/Less Than & Acute/Obtuse ping-pong paddles for kinesthetic involvement. • Show TRX pictures with recorded audio again. This time, students hold up their paddle representing their answer to questions in the recorded audio. • In pairs, students go around the room drawing and measuring right, acute, and obtuse angles and triangles. Items/pictures have been strategically placed around the room to facilitate this activity. o Students fill out ‘Angle Hunt: In Class’ worksheet in pairs.Closure • Each pair of students reports one of their angle findings from the class activity. Explain what you put on the ‘Angle Hunt: In Class’ worksheet.
  2. 2. Chelsea Prue 2Lesson Plan: TRX and Angles • Hand out ‘Angle Hunt: At home’ homework worksheet.Homework • ‘Angle Hunt: At Home’ worksheet.AssessmentFormative • Pictures with recorded audio file encourages students to participate in the lesson in a call-and-response format. • Students must find and draw different measures of angles, demonstrating new knowledge.Summative • ‘Angle Hunt: In Class’ worksheet demonstrates students’ understanding of the material and serves as an aid for the homework activity. • ‘Angle Hunt: At Home’ worksheet demonstrates students’ understanding of the material as it relates to triangles as well as angles.Appended Materials - ‘Angle Hunt: In Class’ worksheet - ‘Angle Hunt: At Home’ homework worksheet
  3. 3. Chelsea Prue 3Lesson Plan: TRX and Angles

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