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Pythagorean Theorem Lesson Design. Bethany LaValley, Sarah Sams, Ray Holt and Matt Nelms. Classroom and Student. Classroom and Student. Classroom and Student. Content Standards Applied. Content Standards Applied. Prior Student Knowledge. Pythagorean Theorem. Prior Student Knowledge.

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### Pythagorean Theorem Lesson Design

Bethany LaValley, Sarah Sams, Ray Holt and Matt Nelms

90⁰ Angle

Right Triangle

Pythagorean Theorem

Prior Student Knowledge

Hypotenuse

90⁰ Angle

Right Triangle

Pythagorean Theorem

Prior Student Knowledge

At the end of the lessons students should be able to:

• Recall (Bloom’s 1) the Pythagorean Theorem
• Recognize(Bloom’s 1) situations in which the Pythagorean Theorem applies
Learning Objectives

At the end of the lessons students should be able to:

• Recall (Bloom’s 1) the Pythagorean Theorem
• Recognize(Bloom’s 1) situations in which the Pythagorean Theorem applies
• Show(Bloom’s 2) that they can properly apply the Pythagorean Theorem
Learning Objectives

At the end of the lessons students should be able to:

• Recall (Bloom’s 1) the Pythagorean Theorem
• Recognize(Bloom’s 1) situations in which the Pythagorean Theorem applies
• Show(Bloom’s 2) that they can properly apply the Pythagorean Theorem
• Use the concepts to solve non-routine problems (Bloom’s 3) related to the Pythagorean Theorem.
Learning Objectives

At the end of the lessons students should be able to:

• Recall (Bloom’s 1) the Pythagorean Theorem
• Recognize(Bloom’s 1) situations in which the Pythagorean Theorem applies
• Show(Bloom’s 2) that they can properly apply the Pythagorean Theorem
• Use the concepts to solve non-routine problems (Bloom’s 3) related to the Pythagorean Theorem.
• Apply the concepts(Bloom’s 4) of the Pythagorean Theorem.
Learning Objectives

At the end of the lessons students should be able to:

• Recall (Bloom’s 1) the Pythagorean Theorem
• Recognize(Bloom’s 1) situations in which the Pythagorean Theorem applies
• Show(Bloom’s 2) that they can properly apply the Pythagorean Theorem
• Use the concepts to solve non-routine problems (Bloom’s 3) related to the Pythagorean Theorem.
• Apply the concepts(Bloom’s 4) of the Pythagorean Theorem.
• Connect(Bloom’s 4)the formula they learned to real- world problems and understand their relationship.
Learning Objectives

You and your group are members of the Ole Miss IT team and you have been asked to fix the Wi-Fi Router located in a classroom. When you get there you notice that all it needs is a new cable to be connected to an outlet at the base of the wall. Unfortunately, you can’t find a tape measure, but you do have a rope of known length and you know each tile on the floor is one foot wide. Using the rope and the tiles on the floor, determine exactly how long your cord would need to be to go from the router to the ground.

Real-World Problem

10 feet

a

3rd

60 feet

2nd

1st

Home Plate

Closer/Homework

Pre-assessment

Informal Assessment

Observation and Dialogue

Assessment Strategy

Pre-assessment

Informal Assessment

Observation and Dialogue

Rubric

Assessment Strategy

Pre-assessment

Informal Assessment

Observation and Dialogue

Rubric

Homework

Assessment Strategy

Opener - 5 minutes

Introduction – 10 minutes

Description of Flow

Opener - 5 minutes

Introduction – 10 minutes

Student Worksheet – 15 minutes

Transition – 2 minutes

Student Worksheet – 15 minutes

Description of Flow

Opener - 5 minutes

Introduction – 10 minutes

Student Worksheet – 15 minutes

Transition – 2 minutes

Real-World Problem – 15 minutes

Closer/Homework – 5 minutes

Description of Flow

Attitude: Eager to learn, defensive (doesn’t like to be shown more than once), takes her work seriously, confidence driven, easily discouraged

Aptitude: Capable, shown strong improvement, homework nut, has a strong drive

How Does it Relate to “Jessica”?