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## Geometry in a Box

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### Geometry in a Box

HCISD Curriculum & Instruction

2-20-14

Our expectation today is that what is learned here—Leaves Here!!

• Also, this PowerPoint will be located on the C & I Resources page.
Mastery Learning
• Establish Clear Objectives:
• Provide opportunities for practice
• Check for understanding
• Administer formative and summative assessments
• Reteach in different and new ways
• Allow for more than one option to learn something new
Activity #1: GOTCHA GAME
• Concept: Apply addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations (2 – 4 players)
• Materials: Deck of Cards provided
• Step 1: Shuffle the cards and distribute them evenly between the players
• Step 2: Participants will analyze the cards and attempt to steal the cards away from the other player(s) by manipulating the numbers and operations
• Step 3: Set the timer to 3 minutes, at the end of the 3 minutes, the player with the most cards WINS!!!
Activity #2 TANGRAM CHALLENGE
• Concepts: Geometric shapes and their attributes (individual player)
• Step 1: Use two shapes to create a quadrilateral, then create a drawing
• Step 2: Use three shapes to create a pentagon, then create a drawing
• Step 3: Use four shapes to create a triangle
• Step 4: Use six shapes to create a trapezoid
• Step 5: Use all seven shapes to create a square
• Step 6: Go back to all the drawings and list attributes of the figures
Activity #3 GEOMETRIC VOCABULARY
• Concepts: Math vocabulary (individual)
• Step 1: Fold your paper in half vertically and identify the attributes
• Step 2: Use the same paper and fold it in half horizontally and identify the attributes
• Step 3: Fold the same paper diagonally and identify the attributes
• Step 4: Outline the folded lines with a marker and identify the perpendicular lines
Activity #4 BATTLESHIP
• Concepts: Identify ordered pairs on a coordinate grid (work in pairs)
• Step 1: Roll the double dice
• Step 2: Identify the ordered pair, mark it with your colored marker on the coordinate grid
• Step 3: The other player repeats Step 1 & 2
• Step 4: If the player lands on one of the coordinates of the other player, then the point is marked with an X on the coordinate grid
• Step 5: Time the game and the player with
• the most points wins
Activity # 5 Math Powerpoint Games
• MATH PYRAMID
• MATH JEOPARDY
Activity# 6 TRANSFORMATIONS
• Concepts: Translation, Reflection, Rotation
• Step 1: Set up a center for 2 students
• Step 2: Use the spinner to determine what type of transformation that they will display on the laminated grid provided
• Step 3: Continue spinning and taking turns using letters and pictures provided