Sunnyvale
August 25, 2021, 11:00:00 PM
Wednesday
Level 2

Ms. Caitlyn

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

Continuation

Geometry

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Directionality

Practice directionality and relative position.

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Use directional vocabulary to help describe objects (in front, besides, right, left, top, bottom, etc.).

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1st

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Students identified where different objects were located in the classroom.

 

Students created paper airplanes and threw them around the classroom. Then, they identified the positions that their airplanes landed in.

 

Students stood in a line and described where their classmates were relative to their standing position.

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Target 2

Lesson Type:
Continuation
Algebra
Pattern
Identify and complete a given pattern.

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Identify and complete a pattern of rotation.

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Identify a pattern where up to two things are changed in each segment.

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Grade:

1st

Vocabulary:

Activities:

Students used foam shapes to rotate and visualize how patterns of rotation would be drawn.

 

Students were given objects/shapes to tape onto the board in order to complete a rotational pattern.

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Target 3

Lesson Type:
New
Number Operation
Integer Composition
Use place-value understandings to round whole numbers to the nearest 10.

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Determine whether to round up or down to get to the nearest ten.

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Understand that the ones’ place is the key digit to evaluate to determine whether to round up or down.

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Identify which digits in the ones’ place signal to round up to the nearest ten.

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Identify which digits in the ones’ place signal to round down to the nearest ten.

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Grade:

1st

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Students played "rounding bingo." They were given a bingo card with numbers 10 to 90, skip counting by ten. The teacher gave them a number, such as 67, and they had to decide whether to round down to 60 or round up to 70. Whatever they thought the answer was, they would mark onto their bingo card.

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