Ella Rakovac Bekeš
The aim of the lessons is to get students practice math concept and English vocabulary (percentage, ratios, equations) but in a informal way by playing and designing games (https://view.genial.ly/5ceffadec1f8800f3d689474/game-breakout-mad-science).
If you implemented this plan in your own classroom, please share your findings and suggestions by taking this short survey.
Sanja Puškarić Delač
Repeat the first class math through games and songs. Repetition of geometric bodies and characters and addition and subtraction of to 20.
Using Ozobot color codes for making simple geometry drawings. Finish all tasks!
AUTHOR FEEDBACK AFTER IMPLEMENTING THE LESSON PLAN:
How did the implementation of the lesson plan go?
All planned parts went without problems. Students were happy to learn geometry with this interactive method and this lesson plan. Tasks where they needed to solve problems made by their friends were good for collaboration and developing friendships.
What would you change if you had to implement the lesson plan again?
Problems were in the collaboration parts, because students could not make groups by themselves. Next time, I will form groups to avoid spending time on this. Next time I implement the lesson plan, I will also plan more time, because some groups of students were solving tasks slower than planned. Some practice and production parts were too short for certain groups, but I think it all depends on students' preknowledge.
What other advice would you give to someone who would like to use your lesson plan?
Before you use this plan in Maths or another subject where you teach geometry, explain to students how to use Ozobot robots. Prepare printed colour codes for them.