Lessons for Shapes

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  • Love a Culture: Dance to Its Music! - … indicate if students understand the sociological ideal that culture shapes dance, and dance shapes culture. Teachers are encouraged to carry out a … , singularly or in combination, influence the ideal that culture shapes dance, and dance shapes culture. For the final student assessment, students select … the performed dance. Sometimes demonstrates physical accuracy of expressive body shape, position and stance required of the performed dance. Sometimes demonstrates …
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  • Deal With It! Contemporary Issues as Subjects for ... - … as experienced by interactions and comparisons between the objects or shapes within a design and the spaces between the objects. Compositional … . By replacing a large shape with a smaller copy of the same shape, repeating a shape or changing a shape's orientation, viewers experience … perspective, examples of amplified perspective, photocopies of artworks with major shapes cut out as separate manipulative design elements for the hands …
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  • Super Sort - … into two groups on the sheet of paper by color, shape or another appropriate attribute without assistance. Intervention Needed The performance … the cereal. Post-Assessment: In the post-assessment, students sort shapes into groups according to various characteristics. They glue the objects … two to three characteristics (example: toy animals of different sizes, shapes of different colors or number of sides, candies, plastic fruit …
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  • What Can We Do to Change These Materials? - … and different?" List the properties of materials (e.g. color, shape, size, texture, etc.) on the board as they are discussed … each item. If "yes," then record the property change: size, shape, color, texture, melted or hardened and burnt are examples. a … puffs yes, water makes them break apart, change size and shape c. Have students explain their observations in a group. Check … ; Cheese-flavored puffs- yes, the cheese flavored puffs change their shape and size. 12. Have students explain their observations in a …
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  • Shaping Spaces - … : Earth and Space Sciences Benchmark B Summarize the processes that shape Earth's surface and describe evidence of those processes. Indicator … the demonstrations in class or observations from other sources. 1 Shaping Spaces Grade Four Scoring Guidelines: Examine student papers to gauge … representations (organizers); Making physical models; Engaging in kinesthetic activity. 5 Shaping Spaces Grade Four Tomlinson, Carol Ann, How to Differentiate Instruction …
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  • Mad Science Lab - … differentiation between physical change (change in location, cosmetic appearance, size, shape, or state) and chemical change (change that involves a new … and chemical change. Emphasize those chemicals that have changed size, shape, and / or state; compared to those reactions where a new … escape. The technology exists to change the shape of iron metal. Changing the shape wouldn't hurt me or the environment. Situation …
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  • Friends Forever - … question 3 is more complex because it varies in both shape and colour. The question asks the students to explain how … , students need to use the information in the diagram (3 shapes = 2 centimetres) and their 10 times tables. This question extends question 2 by including shape and colour elements. For question 5, look carefully at the … altogether in a 20 cm string because 3 shapes x 10 repeats of the shapes pattern makes 20 cm = 30 beads. There …
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  • Getting in Line - … Learning Outcomes: identify the line of symmetry in two dimensional shapes Required Resource Materials: FIO, Level 2-3, Geometry, Getting in … blocks is considerably more difficult than for single pattern block shapes. However, the same principles apply (see the diagrams in the Answers section). The final challenge is to build pattern block shapes with specified numbers of lines of symmetry. In this case …
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  • All Around Us - … colored squares. Use the squares to make a shape on your paper. Your shape may be a rectangle or a square depending … glue squares to paper) Now that you have made your shape, trade papers with a buddy. Count the squares to figure … student response) What was the perimeter of your buddy's shape? (Allow time for student response) Follow-up: You have measured … buddy's shape. Remember that the inside surface of a shape is called the area and the distance around a shape is called …
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  • Pieces of the Puzzle - … a decagon. (A sheet with these shapes already drawn could be used.) For each shape have students draw every possible line of … of the polygon and the number of lines of symmetry. Shapes Triangle Square Pentagon Hexagon Octagon Decagon Number of Sides Number … should he do? Math: Explore the symmetry of various geometric shapes. Science: Explore the various symmetries present in the world of … : Explore the symmetries of the human body (face, teeth, body shape, etc.) Language Arts: Have the students choose one of the …
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