AIM: What can we practice geometry concepts?
Announcements: Quiz tomorrow HW: Prepare for quiz Do Now: Find the volume of the pentagonal prism. Classwork: After reviewing the final, students were given an opportunity to improve their notes on the unit and to practice some situations on their own. Resources: im.openupresources.org/7/teachers/7/family_materials.html https://im.openupresources.org/7/students/index.html# (Angles, Triangles, Prisms, Lessons 112) AIM: What is volume and how can we find the volume of prisms? Announcements: HW: Volume wksht Do Now: Classwork: Students discovered that volume is the amount of space in a 3D figure (whether solid or hollow). We thought of volume as finding the area of the base of the prism, and multiplying it by the height of the prism. Thus, we use the formula V=Bh. Resources:
AIM: What shapes do we get from slicing 3D figures? Announcements: HW: 711 Practice (found below) Do Now: Describe each figures as precisely as possible. Classwork: Students discussed the outcomes when they sliced 3D figures. These 2D shapes that are formed are called crosssections. Resources:
AIM: How can we draw triangles when given two angle measures and one side length? Announcements: HW: 79 Practice (found below) Do Now: Which one doesn't belong? Classwork: Students created triangles that met different criteria to determine if unique triangles were formed. They could use rulers and protractors or elect to use an interactive geogebra applet. Resources: Triangle Applet: m.openup.org/1/7793

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