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Fill in the following items before you teach your distance technology lesson

Your Name and current Chrisandra Bierne

November 16, 2017

List the state/common 2.G.A.1 Reason with shapes and their attributes.
core standard(s)
included in the lesson 1. Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given
number of angles or a given number of equal faces. 1 Identify triangles,
(1-2 Sentences).
quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and cubes.

Describe the learning I plan to use Skype and a PowerPoint slideshow that features the different
activities you plan to shapes and highlights the angles and faces. The slideshow will start with
use to meet the just identifying the different shapes. When talking about the names we will
objective (2-3 discuss that the names come from how many sides the object has and that
paragraphs). will start our discussion of faces and angles.

We will then talk about what a face is and where to find them, I will do the
same with the angles. Each slide will have a different shape and I will
rotate the shapes and have the student recount the angles and faces, this
will give them a chance to see the shapes from different views and see
that the angles and faces don’t change.

After learning about faces and angles and differentiating between

different shapes we will talk about where you can see these shapes in our
everyday lives.

Describe your planned To assess the student I will have a note sheet with each of the shapes we
assessment activity to talked about (triangles, quadrilaterals {squares and rectangles}, pentagons,
determine if learning hexagons, and cubes) they will have to look around the room and locate 4
happens (1-2 of the 6 different shapes and write the example on their paper. After they
Paragraphs). have located 4 we will discuss why an object works or doesn’t and then
together come up with 2 examples for the ones the student did not find.
When discussing the objects I will have the student explain why they chose
for example a cereal box for a rectangle (it has four sides and four right
angles). This will give me an idea of how much information they retained
from the lesson.

List the date and Time November 20, 2017 1:37 p.m.
for the initial test of
your broadcast. Also
indicate any
adjustments needed I will need to make sure that the doors are closed and the background
before the live lesson noise is at a minimum so it doesn’t interfere with the speakers.
(1-2 paragraphs).

Date and time you November 23, 2017, 1:16 p.m.

started your distance
technology lesson
(example Jun 23, 11:37

Fill in the following items after you teach you distance technology lesson

List the date and time November 23, 2017, 1:53 p.m.
you completed your
distance technology
lesson (example Jun 23,
11:56 am).

Give the name(s), age(s) Madison Hohle, 19 years old, college freshman
and grade level of each
student who learned
from your presentation.

List and describe all I used a 23 slide PowerPoint which includes the 6 shapes (triangle, square,
learning materials you rectangle, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes). There is also a slide that has
used as part of your each shape and highlights the faces and angles for the student to easily
presentation (Example: I see and recognize. The PowerPoint also includes examples of the shapes in
used a 21 slide our everyday lives (cereal boxes, doors, pizza, boxes, etc.)
presentation that I also used a note guide and worksheet. The front page has the note guide
features each element where the student (with my help) will fill in the shape name and number of
of the cell model. This faces and angles next to each diagram. The back will have the shapes again
PowerPoint contains and this time there is a spot for the example they found on their own.
pictures of each In addition to the PowerPoint and the worksheet both I and the student
element including the will need our computers logged onto our Skype accounts.
cell wall, nucleus…) (1-2

List and describe the First I showed the student a picture of the shapes and we discussed the
Learning activities you name and the features of the shape including the number of sides, angles,
implemented (timeline and faces. We went through this process on the other shapes including
of topics/activities). triangles, quadrilaterals with emphasis on squares and rectangles,
Example: I first pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.
discussed the elements After discussing the names and main features of the shapes we will move
of the cell using pictures on to the angles and faces. I will explain that the angles are where two
of the cell wall, these sides come together and that the number of angles will be the same as the
elements included the number of sides. Then we will discuss the faces and I will explain that
mitochondria, nucleus, those are the “walls” or the flat part of the shape. We will go through the
cell wall, golgi…(3-4 slides with each shape on them and talk about these facts.
Then I will have a few slides with examples of these shapes in our everyday
life. I will have examples such as pizza is a triangle, window is a square,
jack in the box is a cube, etc. I will ask the student if they can think of any
and we will discuss the different attributes of those examples.

Include the results of The student found examples of triangles, squares, rectangles, and cubes.
the assessment activity Those are common items and the easiest to find and identify. She found a
you implemented (2-3 box of crayons for the rectangle, a picture frame for the square, and a
paragraphs). jewelry box for the cube. She struggled to find something for triangle in
the items her room and she ended up finding a necklace with triangles on
the chain. We talked about things that could be examples of hexagons and
pentagons. I knew that these items would be harder to find but I was
curious to see if she had any or could list any examples. I noticed a soccer
ball in the background and we talked about how the shapes on the ball
were pentagons. I gave her some examples of hexagons (bolt tops,
honeycombs, and some bookshelves) since that was a tougher example to

I asked her randomly how many angles and faces each shape had and as I
expected she struggled a bit with the hexagon. The triangle and
quadrilateral came pretty easily to her, which I expected, and she picked
up the cube and pentagon quickly.

List the key practices for I made sure to speak loud and clear when teaching the lesson and
effective distance explaining the shapes to ensure there was no confusion or
learning did you include miscommunication. I also closed my door and windows and had her do the
in your lesson (2-3 same to minimalize the background noise. While teaching the lesson I
paragraphs). observed her surroundings and looked for examples of shapes in case she
was struggling finding her own or grasping the concept.

Before moving on to a new shape I asked her if she had any questions and
if it was a difficult shape, I reviewed key facts before moving on. I know
Madison from work so we were able to have fun with the lesson and it was
laid back and less pressure than if it were someone else. As we were
completing the assignment I would provide feedback on the items, I
thought it was a good example to have the jewelry box as her cube.
Although it was not a perfect cube it was a good example that was readily

How was teaching from It was different because you weren’t able to be there with the student and
a distance different than make sure they were on task and focused. I think this lesson would have
teaching face to face? been easier face to face because maybe there were other objects I
(1-2 paragraphs). couldn’t see that could have explained a hexagon better or we could have
been side by side learning the shapes.

It was easier because you were able to be comfortable in your own room
and you didn’t have leave or disrupt other students if you had to blow your
nose or get up for paper or supplies.

What parts of your I think it worked well having the lesson on shapes because that isn’t a
distance teaching went particularly hard concept that having a teacher present with you is
particularly well? (1-2 essential. I think it also worked well that there were so many vast
paragraphs). examples of shapes in both of our rooms that I don’t know if you could
have found in a classroom without bring examples in.

What would you do I think next time I would send more materials ahead of time. I would have
differently the next time more note guides or examples for the student to use or not use. It’s hard
you get a chance to to know what will work and what won’t so I think having many different
teach from a distance? learning tools would help next time and we could use whatever would
(1-2 paragraphs). benefit the student the most. This time I just sent the one worksheet and I
could have sent examples of shapes or another note guide with more than
just the shapes we were talking about.