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Flipped Lesson Plan

Lesson Title: Area & Perimeter

Subject: Math

Level: 4th Grade

Standard: MGSE4.MD.3 Apply the area and perimeter formulas for

rectangles in real world and mathematical problems.

Objective: Find the width of the rectangular room given the area of the
flooring and the length.

Step 1: Students gain familiarity with new material before class

What instructional materials and resources will you use for students to
familiarize themselves with the content prior to class? The pre-class work
should set the scene for the in-class activity. Plan through how you will
communicate the new instructional ideas. Would students benefit more from
watching a video demonstration outside of class at their own pace and as
often as needed or would some other media type (i.e.: text, animation,
graphic) serve the presentation of instructional content more effectively?

Student Learning Resources at Home

1) Watch Area and Perimeter Song for 2 minutes
2) Watch Cyberchase video for 4 minutes
3) Play Zoo Designer Game for 20 minutes:
Step 2: Activities that motivate students to prepare before class

What kinds of activities will motivate students and prepare them for class?
What questions will I ask students? What should students be able to do to
prepare? Align & match these activities with the learning objectives. Identify
the kinds of incentives or motivations that will engage students in the new
instructional material and prepare for the in-class activity.

Student Learning Activities at Home

Funbrain Shape Surveyor Geometry Game:
Perimeter and Area exercise worksheets
Each student will come up with 2 area and perimeter questions for the class

Step 3: In-class activities that provide students opportunities to

deepen understanding

What kind of in-class activities will focus students to attain higher-level

cognitive abilities? Align & match these activities with the learning

Classroom Activities
Review Perimeter and Area worksheets
Address common problems
Area Dice Game: Grid paper and dice (Leveled group activity)
Interactive games in Learning Stations
Review questions from at home activity

Step 6: Assessment

How will you evaluate students learning and progress? Evaluation and
assessment are ongoing throughout the process. Plan how you will evaluate
the effectiveness of the flipped experience and assess student understanding
at all stages.
15 Area and Perimeter questions from the at home activity.
SoftSchools Interactive Quiz