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# LESSON PLAN

## UPH Teacher Education

Curriculum area Mathematics

## DateApril, 28th 2015

Indicators: Students will be able to describe features of three-dimensional objects using every day as one of Gods creation
Students will be able to calculate the surface area of three-dimensional shapes and recognize how precisely God created
all things
DIAGNOSIS

Students have learned about two dimensional shapes and its properties
Students have learned about how to calculate the area in two dimensional shapes

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Cognitive:
Students will be able to identify properties of 3D shapes with pairs by giving 4
out of 5 examples
Students will be able to calculate the surface area of 3D shapes individually
correctly
Students will be able to create their own poster about area of 3D shapes in a
group work creatively
Affective:
Students will be able to participate in working group to make poster during the
lesson well
Psychomotor:
Students will be able to use the tools and equipment for making poster well

## Students prior knowledge, attitudes

Learning
Behaviour

Activity
OPENING
Attention-getting
Purpose of lesson
knowledge)
Motivation for learning
Check for Understanding

Procedure
Students begin the class in opening prayer

Materials
PowerPoint

## Teacher reviews the previous lesson about 2

dimensional shape and its properties by asking some
questions:
a. What is the definition of 2 dimensional shapes?
(answer: any shape that has two dimensions length
and width)
b. What are some examples of 2 dimensional
shapes?
(answer: triangle, square, trapezoid, rectangle, circle
and so on)
c. How to find the area of rectangle?
L
W Area = length x width

Computer

Time
2

A3 Paper
3

## (If most of students still confused and did not remember,

the teacher explain again the material, but if they
remember and correct the teacher can go through the
next material)
Students listen to teacher explanation about learning
objectives, rules and procedures in front of the class
Rules and procedures:
a. Raise thumb if they want to toilet
b. Raise one hand if they want to ask questions
c. Be quiet when teacher is talking
The teacher shows the students a model of a cone,
cube, cylinder, and sphere and others 3D shapes then
asking them to name it one by one in a piece of paper

PRESENTATION
Explain Information
Demonstrate
Use concrete Examples (& non)
Check for Understanding

## Students listen to teachers explanation about 3

dimensional shape and its properties:
3D shapes are any object that has three dimensions
length, width, and height. Like: cone, cube, sphere,
and so on.
The properties of 3D shape:
Faces are the flat surface
Edges are where two faces are meet
Vertex is another word for corner. The plural is
vertices
Students are divided into pairs and each of them is
given an A3 paper to draw at least three examples of
3D shape that they found in their daily life
Students are shown a short clip video from YouTube
about how to find the area and volume of 3D object,
But in this day, the teacher just focus on looking for
the area of 3D shapes:
(the formula of all 3D shapes, can be seen in attachment)
Teacher checks students understanding by giving
some problems about how to find the area of the 3d
shapes:
Problems:
1. The dimensions of the rectangular prism for the
lead guitarist are height = 7 feet, width = 4 feet, and
length = 3 feet
2. The dimensions of the cylinder for the drummer
are Radius = 3.5 feet and height = 7 feet. Solve with a
decimal, then also round to the nearest half foot
3. The dimensions of the square pyramid for the bass
player are base length = 4, base width = 4, and a slant
height of 7.28 feet. Solve with a decimal, and then
also round to the nearest half foot.
1. 96 feet2
2. 231 feet2
3. 76.39 feet2
(Students are expected to do and answer all those
questions correctly, but if 50 % of the students still
confused and get wrong , the teacher will explain one
more time)

## Students will split into group work to discuss and

calculate the surface area of 3d model that they have
named in the beginning of the lessons.

## Students are asked to create the summary of the area

in 3D shapes through making poster in a group work
and by making at least 2 object

Computer

10

PowerPoint
A3 Paper
Color Pencil
Marker
Internet access
2

15

GUIDED PRACTICE
Related to the Learning
Overt Behaviour (ie active)
Practice without Penalty
Check for Understanding

## Each group will present their poster about surface

area of three dimensional shapes in front of the class
and others group will give feedback of it
Students will do some problems to find the area of the
3D shapes for practicing their understanding in front of
the class by guidance of the teachers
Problems:
1. Find the surface area of the cube with sides of
length 5.5 cm?
2. The dimensions of the cylinder for the drummer
are Radius = 7 feet and height = 14 feet. Find the
surface area of this object.
3. Calculate the surface area of the cuboid shown:

CLOSURE

## Statement of the Learning from Students

Knowledge of Results for Teacher
Another Check for Understanding

INDEPENDENT PRACTICE
Purpose
Kinds and Levels
Time and Feedback

EVALUATION
Teacher (use back of sheet)
Student (use back of sheet)

## (The answer : a. 181.5 cm 2 b. 835.66 feet 2 c.

364m 2)
Teacher checks students understanding by asking
some simple question that related to the learning
today.
Questions:
1. Why is an object called three dimensional shapes?
2. How do we find the area of sphere?
1. Because it has length, width, and height such as cube,
cone, and so on.
2. Area of sphere is
2

15

10

## Students summarize the material about surface area

in three dimensional shapes by mentioning the area of
all three dimensional shapes

## Students do reflection in a piece of paper about the

strength and weakness about learning process today.

## Students are given homework about the surface area

of three dimensional shapes from the book