EnVision Math 2.0 Common Core (2016) - Topic 15 - Geometric Measurement: Understand Concepts of Angles and Angle Measurement This PowerPoint contains 152 slides for lessons for 15-1 through 15-6. Need the 2012 Version? Click here.
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Leave the teacher's manual behind and guide students through topic 15 with these colorful and detailed child-friendly slides. Each day begins with the lesson title, the objective for the day (I have students read this), any needed vocabulary, and then guided practice problems and problems for students to answer independently as they apply what they've learned and work towards mastery. Word problems are also included each day, after students have an opportunity to practice the skill in isolation. The lessons conclude with a "closing discussion" that provides students an opportunity to verbalize and review what they have learned that day.
I provide answer slides after the questions so that students can also compare their answers for accuracy. Sides take it slow, so students start off by not only practicing the skill, but learning how and why steps are taken in order to solve.
At the end of the unit's lessons, there is an extra VOCABULARY portion that reviews all vocabulary words from the unit.
Slides give guidance for you, too! I have small notes letting you know if you should "go on" to next slide and also give you a heads up if the next slide contains the answer, so you don't show it before students have an opportunity to solve it themselves. I use these notes for myself as well, because I can never remember what slide comes next. This makes them foolproof!
They are fully editable so you can add/change anything that you need to meet the needs of your classroom. I like to add a slide at the end of the lesson with "next steps" that may include their independent classwork assignment, their homework assignment, reminders about tests, or anything else you want to post to guide through the last part of the math period.