This project based lesson is a quick review of Geometry figures, including line segments, points, rays, and angles, as well as parallel and perpendicular lines.
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Students who take the Pirate Geometry class will hone their skills in understanding, identifying, and creating basic geometric figures. Each student will create his/her own project using the basic shapes and following specific instructions (even though each project will turn out very different). This project can potentially serve as a review of the concepts, or an assessment to prove mastery. Students enrolling in Pirate Geometry should have already been exposed to these Geometric figures:...
I'm offering this class because each fall many of my incoming 4th and 5th graders still struggle with this concept. As we move into learning about special kinds of Geometric objects, we use these terms to discuss the characteristics and to categorize the objects. When students don't have a firm grasp of these basic terms, they struggle with Geometry tasks all year long.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents will need blank paper and pencils of their choice (colored are preferred). Other tools that are helpful but NOT required are a protractor and ruler. For those who do not have these tools, a pdf is provided in the classroom to print out.
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1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Miss Stefany Speaks Math!
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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...