Adapting a Geometry Lesson - A Metric World

Answer the following questions in two to three pages:

• Give an overview of the lesson.
• What Common Core State Standards (or State Standards) are addressed by the lesson?
• Currently, what van Hiele levels are addressed in the lesson? Use the text to support your answer.
• How might the lesson be adapted for students who may be at several different van Hiele levels? Be specific.
Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research.

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I found an extremely brilliant lesson from Discovery Education (2014), which not only was in alignment with Common Core Standards, but also had elements of all three of Van Hiele’s Levels of Cognition. The lesson integrated every level of cognitive demand and complexity, which is by definition what a good Math lesson does, particularly one designed to prepare students for college and career readiness as well as the rigor associated with 21st century standards (Sousa, 2008). The lesson built the student’s capacity by utilizing a seamless ...
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