Reflection: Student Grouping Reviewing 3-D Shapes - Section 2: Presentation of Lesson


Most of the students had no trouble with today's practice.  This allowed me to get to every student and have them name the shapes on their paper.  I pointed to each shape and the student gives the name. 

It is important to vary the order when pointing to the shapes so that the students are not merely repeating what they hear their classmates say.  I took note of which students could do this easily, which students were hesitant, and which students did not know the names at all.  I will be able to use this information when I am pulling small groups throughout this unit. 

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Reviewing 3-D Shapes

Unit 4: Positions and Shapes
Lesson 3 of 17

Objective: Students will be able to name and describe the attributes of three-dimensional shapes.

Big Idea: Students recognize the three-dimensional shapes around them, practicing the names and attributes of three-dimensional shapes by playing I Spy.

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Math, Critical Area, Describing Shapes
  55 minutes
three dimensional shapes
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