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4th Grade Math Unit 7 (Geometry)
Geometry Game Hour-Level 2 Ongoing
This ongoing geometry class will cover a new topic each week diving deeper than the Level 1 class, we use a game style learning approach that makes learning geometry fun and engaging.
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50 minutes per class
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This is a fun game/project style class. Each week we will touch on a different topic/area of Geometry either through a hands-on craft or project, or a game. The topics covered will always be introduced before students are expected to interact with them, or explained along the way as they make sense. Themes cover the vocabulary and topics typically taught in grades 4&5. Lesson topics will be somewhat fluid, I give students the opportunity to request specific topics each week, and we often...
Students will have fun with math concepts and find real world applications for otherwise abstract concepts. Some specific content we cover: * Students learn to identify and classify shapes based on attributes * Students learn to use a hierarchy to categorize quadrilaterals and triangles * Students develop fluency with the basic language of Geometry * Students get a deeper understanding of the Cartesian Grid (Coordinate Plane) * Students learn to read points on the plane * Students learn to graph points on the plane * Students learn to graph objects with specific attributes on the plane * Students develop an interest in learning more about Geometry
This is a game/project style class, so homework is never assigned. However, I might offer a challenge occasionally, depending on class involvement and interest. These will always be 100% optional.
We often draw things out or write down bits for problem solving, so paper and pencil/pen are good to have on hand for every class. Any other materials needed for any specific game or project will be posted no later than the morning of class, but usually several days before class. Many games will require printed material, but I will always provide an alternate way to participate for those who do not have access to a printer.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Miss Stefany Speaks Math!
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200 total reviews
251 completed classes
Hi! My students usually call me Miss Stefany. In the course of earning my bachelor's of arts in social sciences (with a concentration in education), I decided that the big classroom setting was not for me. I finished the program, but started...