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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Area Area, Perimeter, Volume, Measurment WRAP UP concepts and ideas Outcome/ Relation Evidence Finding area within 2d shapes (rectangle, squares,Triangle, Circle) Problem solving Breaking down the work. Finding shapes within others Measuring/Calculating certain Shapes within the classroom. Measuring the courtyard outside. Can now relate problem solving (find shapes within others) to calculate irregular polygons. Formulas for each shape Triangle B x H รท 2 = A Rectangle/SquareL x W =A Circle(PI) 3.14 x R^2 Dividing the person we traced into right angles shapes so that we can measure the area. Volume concepts and ideas The amount of space that a substance or object occupies 3D Evidence Measured volume of the person traced Made/ Found objects within the classroom and attempted to calculatethe volume. Learned formula for eachcertain shape. Units of measurment appropriatefor measuring volume Formulas for each shape CubeV = A^3 CylinderV = (PI) 3.14 x R^2 x H Rectangular PrismV = L x W x H Outcome/ Relation Importance of volume in building and geography Connected to importance of measuring units. Whats appropriate to use when measuring different things. Measurement concepts and ideas Measurement units Improvising & creation of units Finalization/standardization of units History of measurement and units Measurement and comparison to human body porportions Evidence Focused on improvisation and created our own measuring units. (feet, shoes, hands, sweaters Spent brief time discussing finalization/ standardization of auniversal measuring unit Ancient egyptions ( Cubit)Europeans decide that the length of the a metre would be equal to the length of a pendulum with a half-period of one second. Focused on comparison of body parts to units of measurement Outcome/ Relation Used this knowledge tojudge wether a unit of measurement is appropriate to use when calculating volume,area, premier (etc.) Perimeter concepts and ideas Outcome/ Relation Evidence A perimeter is a path thatsurrounds a two-dimensionalshape. Related perimeter to measurementimprovisation. We tried to measurecertain shapes and objects with ourhand & feet Related perimeter to area. How we coulduse measurements of perimeter tocalculate area. ex. L x W = A. L + L + W + W = P Measuring objects and shapes insidethe classroom. Measuring courtyard outside. Problem solving Break down the work Finding other shapes inlarger ones to make calculating perimeter L W Can now relate tor real life situations, such as measuring the area of your home (sq. feet)
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