Here you go. It’s a review of the fundamental vocabulary of geometry. Basically students need to use all of them to draw a picture. It is a simple idea and it works very well. When I described it as “quick” in the title I was alluding to the fact that students are quick to understand what they are suppose to do, and they just go for it. You don’t have to do much from a teacher standpoint – just get out of the way and see what their creative energies do. It was made by my department chair – who along with everyone else in my department is an amazing, blogless (is that even a word?) teacher. I suppose that’s where I come in.
Review Drawing Assignment
These are a listing of hastags that I use to catagorize my lessons plans. Each catagory represents a different style lesson plan. My instructional goal is typically to make sure that I use each hashtag at least once a month. The goal of this blog is to share all the lesson plans that I use under each hashtag.
My detailed lesson plans are my Keynote slides. But along with those, I make a quick, calendar-style overview to me a general idea of what I am doing. It’s on this calender where I place the hashtags at the bottom of each day. This allows me to quickly look back at what I have been doing, and know whether of not I am differentiating. For example, here is two weeks worth of my lesson plans in geometry. Notice that I can quickly see whether or not I have differentiated my instruction, without having to analyze each specific lesson plan. The hashtags allow me to get a quick sense of what I have been doing, and what I have not been doing.
-The term “perplexity” is being used as described by Dan Meyer here
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