# Geometry Lesson Plans

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Kindergarten:
Geo FishStudents will be able to identify and use 2-D shapes to create fish. Students will practice writing numerals.(No ratings)
Geometry and OrigamiThe students will be able to use prior knowledge of geometric shapes (square, triangle, diamond) in order to create a three dimensional origami rabbit from a plane.(No ratings)
Geometry: 2D & 3D Shape Review1. Students will correctly build a 3D cube 2. Students will accurately recognize each shape. 3. Students will be able to accurately give the number of sides of each shape, 2D and 3D.(No ratings)
Kindergarten KandinskyStudents will understand how geometry can create art(No ratings)
Ohio Star Quilt BlocksStudents will identify square and triangle shapes in relation to their position on the quilt block pattern called Ohio Star. They will utilize solid colored and printed squares to create triangles and create their own version of Ohio Star. Students will describe how they created their Ohio Star in writing.(No ratings)
Ohio Star Quilt BlocksStudents will identify square and triangle shapes in relation to their position on the quilt block pattern called Ohio Star. They will utilize solid colored and printed squares to create triangles and create their own version of Ohio Star. Students will describe how they created their Ohio Star in writing.(No ratings)
Geometry - Two Dimensional ShapesLearning Goal: We can identify characteristics and sort two-dimensional shapes such as a triangle, square, rectangle, and circle.(No ratings)
Geometry/ShapesSWBAT identify the basic two-dimensional shapes (circle, square, rectangle, triangle, etc.) and give definitions and qualities of each shape while using their knowledge of speech bubbles and dialogue.(No ratings)
Geometry/ShapesSWBAT identify the basic two-dimensional shapes (circle, square, rectangle, triangle, etc.) and give definitions and qualities of each shape while using their knowledge of speech bubbles and dialogue.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to identify and create two-dimensional shapes.(No ratings)
Unit 1 Geometry, Lesson 1 Polygon NamingBy the end of this lesson students should be able to name all of the polygons. Students should also know how many sides each shape has and what is/not a polygon is.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanUnderstand and identify convex and concave polygons.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanUnderstand and identify convex and concave polygons.(No ratings)
Geometry: Classify Shapes (Envisions Math 15-2)Identify and classify shapes by number of sides, equal sides, and parallel sides.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 1: Can You Imitate Geometry Terms Using the Language of Football?Students will be able to recognize and correctly identify the following terms/ideas: line segment, line, parallel lines, perpendicular lines & intersecting lines.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 2: What is Your Angle?Students will be able to recognize and correctly identify the following terms/ideas: vertex, right, acute, obtuse, & straight angle.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 3: What is my Line?Students will be able to recognize and correctly identify parallel lines, perpendicualr lines & right angles in 2D figures.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 4: Have You Seen My Triangle Class?Students will be able to recognize and correctly identify equilateral, isosceles, scalene, & right triangles.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 5: Can You Help Name My Angle Friend and Measure How Wide He Is?Students will be able to recognize, name, and correctly measuere angles up to 180 degrees.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan Math- Angles Class V16 Teacher: M. King, Asst. Teacher: B. ArteagaStudents learn about classifying angles by their measure. 1. The student will have a better understanding of how to classify triangles. 2. The student will be able to find the angle of a triangle when they already know two of the three angles. 3. The student will be able to measure and determine the value of angles using a protractor. 4. The student will have a better awareness of how many angles there are in their surroundings.(No ratings)
Symmetry Lesson: Courtney CooperStudents should be able to "Recognize a line of symmetry for a two-dimensional figure as a line across the figure such that the figure can be folded along the line into matching parts. Identify line-symmetric figures and draw lines of symmetry" (Common Core standard).(No ratings)
Finding AreaGiven coordinates for the vertices, students draw polygons in the coordinate plane. Students find the area enclosed by a polygon by composing or decomposing using polygons with known area formulas. Students name coordinates that define a polygon with specific properties.(No ratings)
Perimeter and AreaStudents find the perimeter of irregular figures using coordinates to find the length of a side joining points with the same first coordinate or the same second coordinate. Students find the area enclosed by a polygon on the coordinate plane by composing or decomposing using polygons with known area formulas.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn the geometric terms about lines and angles.(No ratings)
Chapter 6 Lesson 7Students should be able to graph polygons in the coordinate plan; use the distance formula, midpoint formula, and slope formula in classifying polygons, and classify specific types of polygons.(No ratings)
Chapter 6 Lesson 7Students should be able to graph polygons in the coordinate plan; use the distance formula, midpoint formula, and slope formula in classifying polygons, and classify specific types of polygons.(No ratings)
The Law of SinesStudents will be able to use the Law of Sines to find missing parts of acute triangles. The deeper purpose of the lesson is to show how investigating with previous knowledge (tools) can lead to discovering something new.(No ratings)
6.1 Angle Measures in polygons1. Students will be able to use the vocabulary associated with polygons. 2. Students will be able to calculate the sum of the angles on a polygon by using triangulation or the formula. 3. Students will be able to solve problems involving polygons.(No ratings)
6.2-6.3 ParallelogramsStudents will be able to use the properties and theorems of parallelograms to solve problems.(No ratings)
6.4 Rhombus, square, rectangleStudents will be able to use the properties and theorems of rhombuses, rectangles and squares to solve problems and to prove they are that type.(No ratings)
6.4 Rhombus, square, rectangleStudents will be able to use the properties and theorems of rhombuses, rectangles and squares to solve problems and to prove they are that type.(No ratings)
6.5 trapezoid and kiteStudents will be able to use the properties and theorems of trapezoids, isoscoles trapezoid, and kites to solve problems and to prove they are that type.(No ratings)
6.6-6.7 Quadrilateral properties- all typesStudents will understand the properties of all types of quadrilaterals and be able to solve problems and prove the type of quadrilateral based on the properties given.(No ratings)
6.6-6.7 Quadrilateral properties- all types on the Cartesian planeStudents will understand the properties of all types of quadrilaterals and be able to solve problems and prove the type of quadrilateral based on the properties given. This will be done with quadrilaterals on the Cartesian Plane.(No ratings)
6.7-6.8Students will be able to use the properties and theorems of all quadrilateral to solve problems and use in proofs.(No ratings)
9/20/16 - substitute lesson plan (for 5th, 7th, and 8th)To get ready for the test on Thursday(No ratings)
Applications of the Trigonometric ratiosStudent should be able to use trigonometric functions to solve right triangles and use in real world problems.(No ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents should be able to understand the meanings of the basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs..(No ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents should be able to understand the meanings of the basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs..(No ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents should be able to understand the meanings of the basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs..(No ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents understand basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs.(No ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents should be able to understand the meanings of the basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs..(No ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents understand basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs.(No ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents understand basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs.(No ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents understand basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs.(No ratings)
Geometry Chapter-7Identifying pairs of angles formed by two lines and a transversal. Relating the measures of angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanI want the students to be able to walk out of the classroom being able to identify what slope is, how to find it, how to calculate it, and what it is symbolized by.(No ratings)
Linda Wilbers 7/22/2014Include the relationship between central, inscribed, and circumscribed angles; inscribed angles on a diameter are right angles.(No ratings)
Polygon angles1. Students will be able to use the vocabulary associated with polygons. 2. Students will be able to calculate the sum of the angles on a polygon by using triangulation or the formula. 3. Students will be able to solve problems involving polygons.(No ratings)
Vista Del Lago High SchoolStudents will be able to graph lines as well as recognize/prove lines are parallel or perpendicular. Students construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. (Standards for Mathematical Practice)(No ratings)