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BOPPPS Lesson Template

By: Taj Hurst, Brittany McGlothlin, Latasha Mitchell, Liliana Tenorio, and Isabella Tovalin.
COURSE: MATH
Grade level: 2ND GRADE
Lesson Title: Fun with Shapes and Numbers!

TEKS:
1. 2.7: ALGEBRAIC REASONING: The student applies mathematical process standards to identify and apply number patterns within properties of
numbers and operations in order to describe relationships

2. 2.8: GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT: The student applies mathematical process standards to analyze attributes of two-dimensional shapes and
three- dimensional solids to develop generalizations about their properties

Bridge:
I Spy Shapes -
Example: Teacher: “I spy something round”
Student: “Is it the clock?”
Teacher: “I spy something with four sides”
Instructions: Teacher spies something within the classroom and students would have to guess the shape/object in order to get it correct.

10 minutes

Course Student Learning Outcome:


Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: (List all objectives and the level of Bloom’s Taxonomy.)
1. 2.7: Identify the difference between even and odd numbers up to 40.
2. 2.8: Recognize the differences in shapes by the number of sides and vertices.
Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels: 2.7 Evaluate, Analyze. 2.8 Remembering
(Learning objectives need to be given to students visually, orally, etc.)
Pre-Assessment: FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
20-30 minutes
2.7: Have a worksheet with two sections on it. Even and odd.
- It will be fill in the blank.
Bloom's Taxonomy: Evaluate, Analyze
- It will show me (the teacher) what the students already know
2.8: Flashcards with shapes
- The instructor will show the students a flashcard on the board. The students will have to recognize the shape and the number of sides it has.
Blooms Taxonomy: Remembering
Participatory Learning: Include formative assessment
Time Instructor Activities Learner Activities Lesson Materials

20 min 2.7 Numbers 1-40 2.7: A chart will be given to the students and they will then Laminated paper, dry erase
Even and odd sentence strip on the board have to identify which numbers are even, and which ones markers.
are odd numbers.
20 min 2.8: Brain pop for shape names and sides. 2.8: Shape cut outs with construction paper. Construction paper,
The students will have to identify which shape is which Scissors, Glue, Computer.
along with the numbers of sides it has.
20 min 2.8: The teacher will show the class 3D plastic shapes 2.8: Students are given a worksheet with shapes, the Worksheet, pencil, 3D
and open the shapes up and describe the shape to students are to give the number of faces, edges, and plastic shapes
the students. vertices.
30 min 2.7 & 2.8: Teacher will have a box full of numbers. 2.7 & 2.8: The students will draw a shape with the number Box with numbers, Paper,
The teacher pulls one number out and asks students of sides of the number the teacher has pulled out of the Markers.
if it is even or odd. box.
Post-assessment: SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
2.7: Worksheet with chart listing odd and even numbers. 2.8: Trash-ball: Class is divided within 2 groups
The students will have to fill in the blanks for this chart. Teacher asks questions about the shapes. If the student gets it correct they get to shoot.
They receive 1 point for getting the question correct, if they make the shot they get 2.
30 min

What are some ideas for summative assessments?


Test on identifying odd and even numbers.

Summary (Exit Ticket):


The teacher will write a question on the board about a shape. Then ask how many sides it has (determine if the number is even or odd) and what shape it is.
5 min
Extensions:

Character building:
The students will walk up to the classroom in small groups and make a shape while holding hands. The remainder of the class will identify which shape they
have made and how many sides it has. They will also identify if the number of students in the shape are even or odd.

Cooperative Learning:
The teacher puts the students in groups. Together the students work in a weekly tournament that involves problem solving games with even and odd
numbers, and 3D shapes.

Critical Thinking:
The teacher will use some addition and subtraction problems, regarding the answer of the problems the student’s will say if the answer is even or odd.
Example: 10+15= 25 Answer: Odd

Interdisciplinary:
Students write a story about shapes and they’ll be able to share in class with other classmates.

Civic Education:
Teacher will have pictures of examples that relate to 3D shapes. Some examples include a picture of the Leaning Tower of Pisa as a cylinder, a teepee that
represents a cone, the Cairo, Egypts pyramid that represents a pyramid, as well as a sphere at the Epcot Center in Disney World.

Differentiated Lesson: How might an upper-level grade student learn from this lesson? GT student? ESL/Bilingual Student? SPED?

GT Students: Create a building, car, or boat using multiple shapes.

Comments:
Below we have attached some worksheets and assignments that relate to our TEKS and lesson plan.

Please don’t forget to attach all websites, handouts, slide shows, etc.
Instructions: The teacher will show the class 3D plastic shapes and they will open the shapes up and describe the shape to the students.