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Dynamic Instructional Design/Lesson Plan/Action Plan


Darrion-Campbell Walker
September 18, 2015
Common Core Math II: Geometry

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Dynamic Instructional Design


Step 1: Know the Learner

10th grade
Race, Ethnicity, Gender: diverse
From many different socioeconomic backgrounds
Our class is mostly comprised of visual cognitive learners
They are mainly of logical intelligences
No ESL students
No special needs students in this class
Step 2: Articulate Objectives and Standards

Standard: G-GMD.1 Give an informal argument for the formulas for the circumference of a
circle, area of a circle, volume of a cylinder, pyramid, and cone. Use dissection arguments,
Cavalieris principle, and informal limit arguments.
Standard: G-GMD.3 Use volume formulas for cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres to solve
problems.
Objective: GEOM1. intuitive understanding of points, lines, and planes; collinear and coplanar;
concept of intersection
Objective: GEOM2. notation for points, lines, and planes: points (capital roman, A); lines

(lowercase script ` , or AB); planes (uppercase script P , or three noncollinear points ABC
Objective: GEOM3. space (the collection of all points); geometric figure (a subset of space)
Step 3: Identify Teaching and Learning Strategies
Teaching Strategies: Strategies that will address our students learning and cognitive styles.
Powerpoint including pictures that depict a step by step process
Highlighting important words/terms
Learning Strategies: Strategies that our students can employ to improve their own learning

experience
Color coding equations and shapes
Concept map including all highlighted terms
Step 4: Identify and Select Support Technologies
Powerpoint
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First slide will include the warm up questions for the day and the rest will contain notes
Online Kahoot quiz
Worksheets from Kuta Software
Step 5: Evaluate and Revise the Design
At the end of all Kahoot quizzes are a few questions that allow students to rate the quiz and tell if
they learned something from the activity. We can improve our quiz from student feedback.

Lesson Plan
Step 1: Ready the Learner
The warm up questions will be on topics previously learned to refresh the students memories
and prepare them for the new class material
Step 2: Target Specific Objectives
Objective: GEOM1. intuitive understanding of points, lines, and planes; collinear and coplanar;
concept of intersection
Objective: GEOM2. notation for points, lines, and planes: points (capital roman, A); lines
(lowercase script ` , or AB); planes (uppercase script P , or three noncollinear points ABC
Step 3: Prepare the Lesson
Prepare the classroom: The warm up will help prepare the classroom for the day and help them to
focus on the Geometry (the days topic)
Summarize daily plan:
Provide a Pre Organizer: To let students know what they are responsible for learning we will
display the learning objectives on the second slide of the powerpoint before beginning their
notes.
Use Motivators: Kahoot quizzes are fun and competitive which makes students more motivated
to pay attention and focus.
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Build Bridges to Prior Knowledge: The warm up questions will evoke reflection on prior
knowledge which will be used in the lesson.
Share Objectives: The objectives and standards will be in the Powerpoint, and we would tell the

class what they are.


Introduce New Knowledge: The main content of Powerpoint.
Reinforce Knowledge: Examples will be in presentation/notes.
Provide Practice Experiences: The worksheets will give students practice.
Culminating Review: The Kahoot quiz will help students review.
Identify technologies and materials (also listed in DID)
Powerpoint
Kahoot
Kuta Software
Check for Success: The kahoot evaluation questions (described in DID) and an exit ticket with

questions for the students on what they learned.


Video on perpendicular and parallel lines:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/parallel-and-perpendicularlines/ang_intro/v/identifying-parallel-and-perpendicular-lines
Kuta Software Worksheets: http://www.kutasoftware.com/freeige.html
Kahoot Quizzes: www.kahoot.it

Action Plan
1. Identifying Learner Preparation
We will go over the warm up questions to ensure everyone understands
2. Readying the Classroom

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Preparing Powerpoint and worksheets in advance
Placing the desks in clusters for group work on the worksheets
3. Teaching and learning Activities
Kuta Software
Kahoot
Powerpoint
4. Personal Prompts

Examples of Geometry Line Segment


Examples of Perpendicular lines
Example Problems
1.Write an equation of the line that passes through the point and has the given slope. Write the

equation in slope-intercept form.


2. Write an equation of the line given the slope and the y-intercept then graph the line.
5. Technologies Checklist

Video
Image
Online Quiz
Powerpoint
6. Feedback Instruments

kahoot Quiz- At the end there are feedback questions.


7. Follow-up
Kahoot- to reiterate the information (a type of quiz)

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