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Using a seven-point teacher questionnaire to help a teacher to teach a geometry lesson.
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Teacher Questionnaire:
Please answer the following seven (7) questions:

1. What are your three (3) most important reasons for wanting to be a teacher?
Ans.
a. To mold the lives of students
b. To educate the minds of this world via a noble profession ‘teaching’
c. To allow and enable students to reap success.

2. How much do you want to know about your students in order to be most helpful to them?
Ans.
a. Cultural background
b. Health history
c. Learning styles
d. Personality traits viz. likes and dislikes.

3. What three (3) things do you most want to know about your students?
Ans.
a. Learning styles
b. Interest
c. Environmental Setting of residential community…home background.

4. What do you need to know in order to begin your lesson planning for a class?
Ans.
a. The students
b. Classroom environment
c. Diagnostic test results.

5. What four (4) key components do you believe you must include in your plan?
Ans.
a. Grade level
b. Objectives
c. Content---Introductory, developmental and culminating activities
d. Evaluation.

6. When you think about your students, in what major ways do you most want to influence their lives?
Ans.
They are the future and should increase in knowledge and wisdom for better lives. I would like for my students to accomplish great feat for the advancement of mankind especially in technological endeavors and scientific ventures.

7. What two core teaching strategies do you most use to achieve this result?
Ans.
Cooperative learning and constructivist approach.


Lesson Plan

SUBJECT Mathematics
TOPIC Geometry
SUB-TOPIC Classifying solids as prisms and pyramids
GRADE LEVEL 6s
TIME _____ minutes
DATE May xx, 20xx
MATERIALS Solid shapes, charts, activity sheets and models
OBJECTIVES Students should be able to;
1.Name solids found in the environment.
2.Classify solids as prisms and pyramids.
PREVIOUS
KNOWLEDGE 1.Students can identify and name polygons of up to
12 sides.
2.Students can identify circles, spheres, cones and
cylinders.
PROCEDURE

INTRODUCTORY
ACTIVITY 1.Teacher will sing the song with tune. “I come a
Zumba, zumba, zya”
Teacher will sing the song once “I come to view
the solids faces”.

2.Students will join the teacher and sing the song
again.{see content page}.

3.Students will recall and name solids found in the
environment.

DEVELOMENTAL
ACTIVITY
-Students will give names of the polygonal shapes of
the faces and base of a solid.
-Students will state the defining property of a prism/ pyramid.
-Students will identify the faces, edges and vertices of a solid.
-Students will classify solids in categories of prisms and pyramids.

CULMINATING
ACTIVITY
-Each group will classify solids in the categories prism and pyramids.
-Students will enter the names of the solids in each category as prism
or pyramid on the activity sheet.
-Activity #2 for assignment.

EVALUATION










MATH ASSISTANT

PREREQUISITES;
A polygon is a plane shape with three or more sides.
Triangle (3 sides) nonagon (9 sides)
Quadrilateral (4 sides) decagon (10 sides)
Pentagon (5 sides) undecagon (11 sides)
Hexagon (6 sides) dodecagon (12 sides)
Heptagon (7 sides)
Octagon (8 sides)

A regular polygon is a plane shape with all angles equal and all sides equal.

A polyhedron is a space figure with faces that are polygons.

A right prism is a polyhedron with two parallel bases that are congruent
polygons. Its other faces are rectangles.

A pyramid is a polyhedron with one base. Its other faces are triangles











ACTIVITY SHEET #1
Purpose: To classify prisms and pyramids.

PRISMS PYRAMIDS





ACTIVITY SHEET #2
Purpose: To state the number of faces, edges and vertices of a solid.
NAME OF SOLID
NUMBER OF FACES
NUMBER OF EDGES
NUMBER OF VERTICES






SONG

I come to see the solids faces
I come to see the solids yea!
I come to see the solids edges
I come to see the solids yea!
I come to see the solids vertices
I come to see the solids yea!

I see solids all around us
I see solids all around

I see solids in the country
I see solids in the town


SOLIDS THAT ARE FOUND IN THE ENVIRONMENT:

BUILDING BLOCKS, GAS CYLINDERS, WATER TANKS, FURNITURE, UTILITY POLES, BALLS, TIN PRODUCTS, OIL TANKERS, BUSES, BOXES, FINGERS, WHEELS, …





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