**Duration: 60 minutes**

Learning Objectives | After this lesson, students will be able to understand, Polygons Sides, vertices, and angles of polygons Quadrilaterals by parallel sides, length of sides, and angles Separation of polygons Combination of polygons |

Key Vocabulary | Polygons Sides, vertices, angles Quadrilaterals Parallel lines Combine Separate | Rhombus Parallelogram Pentagon Octagon Tangram |

Engage | Suggested Duration: 10 minutes |

Teaching Objectives | Learning Outcomes | Teacher’s Tasks |

To elicit the prior understanding of the students regarding the topic. | By the end of the session, students will be able to understand What is a polygon? Different types of polygons What are quadrilaterals? Different types of quadrilaterals Properties of quadrilaterals | Start the session by asking the students about shapes. Show them notebook, bangle, table, chips and ask them to guess their shapes. Respond to the answers given by the students and introduce the concept of polygons to the student. To make the concept clearer, the teacher needs to ask the following questions: What are open figures? What are closed figures? |

Explore | Suggested Duration: _10_ minutes |

Teaching Objectives | Learning Outcomes | Teacher’s Tasks |

To introduce the topic | By the end, students will be able to Identify polygons Classify the polygon Differentiate and give the properties of the polygon | Begin the session by asking the following questions: What is a polygon? What is a convex polygon? What is a concave polygon? |

Explain | Suggested Duration: _10_ minutes |

Teaching Objectives | Learning Outcomes | Teacher’s Tasks |

To introduce sides, angles, and vertices of polygons. | By the end, students will be able to understand sides, angles, and vertices. | Show some polygon shapes. Ask the students about the sides, angles, and vertices of that polygon. Ask the students more questions on this topic. |

Elaborate | Suggested Duration: 10 minutes |

Teaching Objectives | Learning Outcomes | Teacher’s Tasks |

To introduce the concept of quadrilaterals by parallel sides, length of sides, and angles | By the end, students should be able to understand quadrilaterals | Ask students the following questions: What is meant by quadrilateral? What are the properties of quadrilaterals? Give some examples of quadrilaterals |

Evaluate | Suggested Duration: 10 minutes |

Teaching Objectives | Learning Outcomes | Teacher’s Tasks |

Review and Closing: Understand the polygons | Students should be able to understand polygons and quadrilaterals | Ask the students where we use polygons, quadrilaterals in daily life and do an activity about polygons and quadrilaterals |

Summarizing | Suggested Duration: 10 minutes |

Teaching Objectives | Learning Outcomes | Teacher’s Tasks |

Assessment: | Teacher to summarize the concept of classifying polygons and quadrilaterals | |

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