## Reflection: Checks for Understanding Combine 3D Shapes - Section 4: Closing/Summarizing

During the close out section of this lesson, I found it necessary to walk around and listen to the students as they described their new shape to their partner.  I did this to ensure that they used the correct vocabulary when describing their new shape.

I mentally noted any students who still seemed tentative or incorrect with the terms so that I could make sure to circle back with them in follow up lessons.

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Checks for Understanding: Lesson Close Out

# Combine 3D Shapes

Unit 5: Geometry
Lesson 2 of 18

## Big Idea: Bob The Builder look out! In this lesson, students will learn how to compose a new shape by combining 3D shapes.

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### Lisa Murdock

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