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# CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.MD.

C6
Measure angles in whole-number degree using a protractor. Sketch angles of
specified measure
Teacher: Alexandria Slupatchuk Subject(s): Mathematics

Date: Lesson Name: Animal Angles

Grade: 4th Time: 45 minutes Common Core Standard Reference: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.MD.C6

Common Core Standard:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.MD.C.6
Measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor. Sketch angles of specified measure.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.MD.C.5
Recognize angles as geometric shapes that are formed wherever two rays share a common endpoint,
and understand concepts of angle measurement:

Todays Intended Student Outcomes:
Students will be able to construct angles of various degrees.
Students will be able to create animals using angles they constructed

Materials, Resources, Technology Needed:
Protractor
Pencil
Paper
Coloring supplies (markers, crayons, colored pencils)

Power Tools:
Cubing
Exit Ticket
Foldables
Give One, Get One
Graffiti Wall
Graphic Organizer
Inside/Outside Circle
Interactive Notebook
Jigsaw
X Manipulatives
Think/Pair/Share
Word Walls/Sorts
Other (Name)

Actions for the Lesson:
Anticipatory Set/Connect:
Remembering X Understanding X Applying X Analyzing X Evaluating Creating
1. Have students log-in to their splash math account on their iPad.
2. Students will spend time working on the angles section of splash math.

Introduction:
X Remembering X Understanding X Applying Analyzing Evaluating X Creating
1. Have students go to the smart board and create a variety of angles of teachers choosing.
2. Students will explain how they know to create the angle given to them.

Guided Practice:
X Remembering X Understanding X Applying X Analyzing Evaluating Creating
1. Teacher will create an angle on the board.
2. Teacher will turn this angle into an animal using the angle as the animals mouth.
3. Teacher will tell the students they are going to draw an angle from a hat, create that angle, and turn it
into an animal.
End of this step: Students will be prepared to create their animal angles.

Independent Practice Differentiation:

Prerequisite Target Enhanced
Teacher support for lower
preforming groups
Complete the project independently. Create at least two animals
on their piece of paper

Independent Practice:
X Remembering X Understanding X Applying X Analyzing Evaluating Creating
1. Students will pick an angle out of a hat.
2. Students will create this angle using a pencil and protractor
3. Students will turn their angle into an animal.

Assessment:
X Remembering X Understanding X Applying X Analyzing X Evaluating X Creating
Student work follows the rubric provided.

Closure:
X Remembering X Understanding X Applying X Analyzing Evaluating Creating
Student will share their animals