Identifying and Drawing Shapes by cTwFyL


									                  Identifying and Drawing Shapes
                      St. Simon Peter School
Darlene Battiste
Sheila Perry
Pamela Robinson
Dianne Njie

Summary: Students will be able to correctly identify and
         draw basic geometric shapes appropriate to
         their grade level.

Grade Level: Primary/Elementary

Objectives: Students will be able to identify basic geometric

             Students will be able to draw basic geometric shapes.

Materials: Classroom computer, paper, printer, textbook, teacher
           created activity, pencils, crayons, scissors, glue, Micro-
           soft Word – Basic shapes, manipulatives.

Student activity: The teacher will pass out to each student a
           worksheet which includes basic geometric shapes.
           Students will be required to locate, define, cut out,
           and paste the shapes.

Extension Activity: Students will use Microsoft Word Basic
          shapes to find basic geometric shapes. Students
          will print the shapes, cut them out and create shape
          animals, buildings, etc.

         Pre/Post content test: (see attached)
          Pre/Post technology knowledge test: (see attached)
          Rubric (attached)
General questions:
          1. How many sides does a circle have?
          2. How many sides does a triangle have?
          3. How many sides does a square have?
          4. How do I tell the difference between a square and
              a rectangle?

Time required:
          1 to 11/2 weeks.

Background information: Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word,
         student textbooks.

Where to find materials: Classroom and computer lab.

Standards covered:
  Code                                                                   Grade Foundation
                                      Description                                         Components
 Number                                                                  Cluster Skills

                determining the relationships among
G-1-E                                                                      k-4 1, 2, 3, 4

                 identifying, describing, comparing,
                 constructing, and classifying two-dimensional
G-2-E                                                                        k-4     1, 2, 3, 4
                 and three-dimensional geometric shapes
                 using a variety of materials;
                 drawing, constructing models, and comparing
G-4-E            geometric shapes, with special attention to k-4                     1, 2, 4
                 developing spatial sense;

Technology Standards:
       Technology Productivity Tools (Resource Access and Utilization Foundation Skill)

                 Students use technology tools to enhance learning, increase productivity, and promote

                 Students use productivity tools to work collaboratively in developing technology-rich,
                  authentic, student-centered products.
          Student textbook, Microsoft Word Basic shapes,
          La. State Dept. of Education Standards and benchmarks

                              Pre-Post Technology Test

    1. Do you know how to start a computer?

    2. Do you know how to open Microsoft Word?

    3. Do you know how to use Microsoft Word Basic shapes?

    4. Do you know how to save a document in Microsoft Word?

    5. Do you know how to open a saved document in Microsoft

     Math - Problem Solving: Identifying and Drawing
Teacher name: Njie,Battiste, Perry, Robinson

Student Name ___________________

CATEGORY        Excellent             Good                   Satisfactory             Needs Improvement
Explanation     Explanation is        Explanation is clear. Explanation is a little   Explanation is
                detailed and clear.                         difficult to              difficult to
                                                            understand, but           understand and is
                                                            includes critical         missing several
                                                            components.               components OR
                                                                                      was not included.
Use of        Student always          Student typically      Student sometimes        Student rarely
Manipulatives listens and follows     listens and follows    listens and follows      listens and often
              directions and only     directions and uses    directions and uses      "plays" with the
              uses manipulatives      manipulatives as       manipulatives            manipulatives
              as instructed.          instructed most of     appropirately when       instead of using
                                      the time.              reminded.                them as instructed.
Diagrams and Diagrams and/or          Diagrams and/or        Diagrams and/or       Diagrams and/or
Sketches     sketches are clear       sketches are clear     sketches are          sketches are difficult
             and greatly add to       and easy to            somewhat difficult to to understand or are
               the reader's         understand.             understand.          not used.
               understanding of the
Neatness and   The work is            The work is           The work is          The work appears
Organization   presented in a neat,   presented in a neat   presented in an      sloppy and
               clear, organized       and organized         organized fashion    unorganized. It is
               fashion that is easy   fashion that is       but may be hard to   hard to know what
               to read.               usually easy to       read at times.       information goes
                                      read.                                      together.

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