Lesson Two: Creating Plane Shapes Projects

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Lesson Two: Creating Plane Shapes Projects. Alicia Tucker Second Grade. Lesson One Reflection. We did really well yesterday!!! So far, we have: Looked at a book with many shapes Watched three video clips about shapes Made shapes with geoboards Made shape pictures

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### Lesson Two: Creating Plane Shapes Projects

Alicia Tucker

Lesson One Reflection
• We did really well yesterday!!!
• So far, we have:
• Looked at a book with many shapes
• Watched three video clips about shapes
• Taken digital pictures of circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles
Today’s Activities

• Create Our Presentations
• Practice Our Presentations
• Give & Watch Presentations
• Score Our Classmates
Project Expectations
• Know what is needed for final product
• Manage time wisely
• Learn the differences between circles, squares, rectangles & triangles
• Find shapes in the real world
• Find the folder on your computer desktop that looks like this:
• Connect the camera to the computer with the USB cable
• When done:
• Unplug the camera
• Open the file to make sure your pictures are there
• Bring camera to the teacher
Requirements for Presentations
• Title Slide
• Circles
• Squares
• Rectangles
• Triangles
• ‘What We Learned’
Requirements for Presentations
• Content: What Goes on Each Slide
• Title Slide
• Title of Presentation
• Team Member Names
• Shape Slides
• Description of Where Each Shape Was Found
• ‘What We Learned’ Slide
Requirements for Presentations
• Visuals: How Each Slide Should Look
• At least 2 shape photos on each slide
• Can add clip art or animated clip art
• Mechanics: Editing and Revising
• Capitalization
• Spelling
• Grammar
Requirements for Presentations
• Delivery
• Each teammate needs a turn to speak
• When speaking, face the audience and speak loud enough for all to hear