Module 10 - Math 4B - Course Guide


Module Overview:

In this module, students will will learn about rectangles and their qualities. They will learn about finding the perimeter of a rectangle. Students will learn about finding the area of rectangles. Students will learn how to find the missing side of a rectangle when you are given areas or perimeters. They will learn about measuring to one-eighth of an inch. Students will learn about using a line plot. They will learn about using a line plot to solve problems.They will learn about rays and lines. Students will learn about angles and how to name them. They will learn about the relationship between angles and circles.


Module Materials:

Lesson # Lesson Title Material(s)
1 The Rectangle Math Notebook
2 Perimeter of a Rectangle Math Notebook
3 Area of Rectangles Math Notebook
4 Area and Perimeter Math Notebook
5 Measuring Inches Ruler
6 Line Plots Math Notebook
7 Problem Solving with Line Plots Math Notebook
8 Rays Math Notebook
9 Angles Math Notebook
10 Angles and Circles Math Notebook

Module Objectives:

Lesson # Lesson Title Objective(s)
1 The Rectangle
  1. Identify length and width of rectangles.
  2. Construct rectangles and label the parts
2 Perimeter of a Rectangle
  1. Find the perimeter of a rectangle
3 Area of Rectangles
  1. Find the area of rectangles by covering them with unit squares or by counting squares in models
  2. Find the area of a rectangle; given its length and width
4 Area and Perimeter
  1. Given the area or perimeter; find either the length or the width of a rectangle
5 Measuring Inches
  1. Measure objects up to an eighth of an inch
6 Line Plots
  1. Read line plots and represent measurements on a line plot
7 Problem Solving with Line Plots
  1. Add and subtract fractions based on data from a line plot
8 Rays
  1. Define and name rays
9 Angles
  1. Define and name angles
10 Angles and Circles
  1. Identify angles by using circles
  2. Use word problems to explore one-degree turns

Module Key Words:

Key Words
math
rectangle
right angle
vertex
perimeter
length
width
area
measure
ruler
inch
half
eighth
line plot
data set
fraction
geometry
ray
endpoint
angle
circle
degree
one-degree turn

Module Assignments:

Lesson # Lesson Title Page # Assignment Title
1 The Rectangle 8 Drawing Rectangles
2 Perimeter of a Rectangle 7 Practice Finding Perimeter
3 Area of Rectangles 4 Practice Finding Area with Models
3 Area of Rectangles 9 Practice Finding Area
4 Area and Perimeter 5 Practice Finding What’s Missing
5 Measuring Inches 8 Practice Measuring
6 Line Plots 7 Practice with Line Plots
7 Problem Solving with Line Plots 4 Practice Using Line Plots to Solve Problems
8 Rays 8 Practice With Rays
9 Angles 7 Practice Naming Angles
10 Angles and Circles 6 Exploring Angles and Circles


Learning Coach Notes:

Lesson # Lesson Title Notes
1 The Rectangle
  • When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
  • In their Math notebook have your student draw a rectangle and then write all of the characteristics they learned from this lesson about rectangles.
2 Perimeter of a Rectangle
  • When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
  • In their Math notebook have your student describe what perimeter is and how to find it.
3 Area of Rectangles
  • When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
  • In their Math notebook have your student explain what area is and how to find it.
4 Area and Perimeter When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
5 Measuring Inches
  • When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
  • Give your student an inch ruler and various items, have them practice measuring to the nearest inch. Have them record their measurements in their Math notebook.
6 Line Plots
  • When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
  • In their Math notebook have your student explain what a line plot is and give an example.
7 Problem Solving with Line Plots When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
8 Rays
  • When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
  • In their Math notebook have your student describe what a ray is and how to name them.
9 Angles
  • When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
  • In their Math notebook have your student explain how an angle is formed. Have them name the types of angles and draw an example of each type of angle.
10 Angles and Circles
  • When your student completes the activity in this lesson have them check their work with the answer key circling what they got wrong. Go through any problems they got wrong and discuss how to correct it.
  • In their Math notebook have your student write about how angles and circles are related.

Module Guiding Questions:

When a student starts a lesson ask them questions to check for prior knowledge and understanding and to review concepts being taught. At the end of the lesson ask the questions again to see if their answer changes.

Lesson Title Question
The Rectangle
  1. What is a rectangle?
Perimeter of a Rectangle
  1. What is perimeter?
Area of Rectangles
  1. How do you find the area of a rectangle?
Area and Perimeter
  1. What is the difference between area and perimeter?
Measuring Inches
  1. What are the different parts of an inch on a ruler?
Line Plots
  1. What are line plots?
Problem Solving with Line Plots
  1. How can you use a line plot to help your solve problems?
Rays
  1. What is a ray?
Angles
  1. What is an angle?
Angles and Circles
  1. How are angles and circles related?

Module Video Questions:

When a student watches a video take time to ask them questions about what they watched. Suggested questions for the videos in this module are listed here. Suggestion: Have the student watch the entire video first all the way through. Then have them watch the video a second time, as they watch it pause the video and ask the questions.

Lesson Title Video Question
The Rectangle Rectangles
  1. What is a vertex?
  2. What is a rectangle?
  3. What is a polygon?
  4. Why is a square considered a rectangle?
Perimeter of a Rectangle Explore Perimeter
  1. What is perimeter?
  2. How can you use a geoboard to measure perimeter?
Perimeter of a Rectangle Perimeter
  1. How do you find the perimeter of different shapes?
Area of Rectangles Areas and Perimeters
  1. What is perimeter?
  2. What is area?
  3. How do you find the area?
Area of Rectangles Understanding Area
  1. How do you find the area of a rectangle?
Area of Rectangles Areas of Rectangles with Equal Perimeters
  1. Can shapes with equal perimeters have the same area?
  2. Why or why not?
Area and Perimeter Rectangles: Solar Panels
  1. What is perimeter?
  2. What is area?
  3. What is the formula for the area of a rectangle?
Measuring Inches Measuring Length in Inches
  1. What is important to remember when you measure with a ruler?
Measuring Inches Word Problems Involving Measurement in Inches
  1. What are some strategies you can use to solve measurement word problems?
Line Plots Compare Data Sets
  1. What are the sets involved in comparing data sets?
Line Plots Line Plots with Wider Bins
  1. What is a line plot?
Line Plots Line Plots
  1. What is a line plot?
  2. What is the mode?
  3. What is the range?
Problem Solving with Line Plots Adding and Subtracting Fractions
  1. What are the steps involved in adding and subtracting fractions?
Rays Geometry
  1. What is Geometry?
  2. What kind of Geometry is usually studied in school?
  3. What are the two kinds of reasoning used in Geometry?
  4. What is inductive reasoning?
  5. What is deductive reasoning?
  6. When do you use inductive reasoning in Geometry?
  7. When do you use deductive reasoning in Geometry?
Rays Lines, Rays and Angles
  1. What is a point?
  2. What is a line?
  3. What is a line segment?
  4. What is a ray?
  5. What is a plane?
Rays Lines and Angles
  1. What are parallel lines?
  2. What are intersecting lines?
  3. What are perpendicular lines?
  4. What is a degree?
Angles Lines and Angles
  1. What is a line?
  2. What is a line segment?
  3. What is a ray?
  4. What is an angle?
  5. What is a right angle?
Angles Naming Angles
  1. How do you name an angle?
Angles and Circles All About Angles
  1. Discuss 5 things you learned about angles from this video.

Module Suggested Read Aloud Books:

Take time to read to your student or have them read aloud to you. Read a different book each day. While reading the book point out concepts being taught. You may purchase these books or find them at your local library. Suggested things to discuss while reading the book:

  • What is the main idea?
  • What are three things new you learned?
  • How does this book relate to what you are learning about?

# Book Author Lexile Level


Module Outing:

Take some time to apply what your student is learning to the real world. Suggested outings are below.

# Outing