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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 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
- Taken digital pictures of circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles

- So far, we have:

Mrs. Tucker’s Video:Circles at My House

Today’s Activities

Download & Save Our Pictures

- Create Our Presentations

- Practice Our Presentations

- Give & Watch Presentations

- Score Our Classmates

Project Expectations

- Know what is needed for final product
- Organize your group
- Manage time wisely
- Learn the differences between circles, squares, rectangles & triangles
- Find shapes in the real world

Downloading and Saving Photos

- Find the folder on your computer desktop that looks like this:

Downloading and Saving Photos

- Connect the camera to the computer with the USB cable
- Download to the “Digital Shape Pictures” file
- When done:
- Unplug the camera
- Open the file to make sure your pictures are there
- Bring camera to the teacher

Requirements for Presentations

- Organization: Using Your Storyboard
- 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
- 2 or more things that your team learned about shapes

- Title 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

Evaluating Your Classmates

- Presentation Rubric – Team Activity
- Sit quietly & listen to the group presenting
- Work with your team to complete the Presentation Rubric Form
- Be fair – Let all of your team members have a say in what you choose as a score

Geometry Project Survey

- Zoomerang Survey
- Go to Word document on your taskbar called: “Survey Link”
- Click on this link: http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB224TG6ACWDH
- Take the survey
- Let the teacher know when you are finished

References

- Market Tools, Inc. (n.d.). Geometry project survey [Online]. Available at http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB224TG6ACWDHuntil July 15, 2005.
- Teachnology, Inc. (2005). The web portal for educators: Rubrics. Accessed June 20, 2005 from http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/rubrics/

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