Three dimensional Figures In Our World

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  • lESSON TOPIC: 3-Dimensional Figures In Our World By the conclusion of this lesson, students will be able to: LO# 1: Briefly Explain Volume LO #2: Explain what Volume measures LO#3: Identify characteristics of geometric figures LO# 4: Identify 3-Dimensional objects in our world LO#5: Recognize when objects are not 3-Dimensional
  • Lesson Instructions Dear Students, Here are the instructions required to complete this assignment. •First, you will read the comic strip story •Next, you will discuss the story with your assigned partner. Remember to match your discussion to the lesson objectives •Lastly, you will complete the assessment.
  • What are you doing in that 3-Dimensional figure Tina?
  • I'm not in a three dimensional figure. I'm in a box!
  • Sure you are in a box, but it has 3-Dimensions.
  • What does that mean?
  • come on. I will explain to you.
  • Do you recognize these shapes?
  • Do you recognize these shapes?
  • I do! I see a cube, cone, sphere and cylinder.
  • I do! I see a triangle, square and a rectangle.
  • Hmmm...I see other shapes you did not mention.
  • I don't know those other figures.
  • Well, the shapes close to you are 3-Dimensional. Each has a length,width and height.
  • The others are 2-Dimensional. They have only two sides: the length and the width.
  • Oh!
  • Do you see any 3-Dimensional shapes in our kitchen?
  • I think the Refrigerator and the stove?
  • height
  • width
  • Length
  • Why?
  • I saw that it has 3 sides. Length,width and height.
  • Great job! What else do you see?
  • Yeah!!! The stove is 3-Dimensional too!
  • Faces
  • All 3-Dimensional shapes have faces and edges. See? The red arrow shows the edges and faces.
  • Edge
  • The edge runs down the side of the figure. Just like the section the arrow points to.
  • What about this corner where the length, width and height meet? Does it have a name?
  • Good question! That's the vertex.
  • The point where two or more straight lines meet is known as a vertex.
  • I want to see more 3-Dimensional figures!
  • Lets start right here in your room.
  • I know the welcome poster has 2-Dimensions and the my bed has 3-Dimensions.
  • Great job Tina!
  • That was so much fun!
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