Perimeter and AreaIntroduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion CreditsIntroduction This WebQuest is designed as both summative and formative assessment of students performance skill on Perimeter and Area of geometric figures. In this webquest, we will be practicing how to find the perimeter and area of regular and irregular figures. And we will use our performance skills of perimeter and area to complete a project- how to design your dream school. For last couple of days, we have been learning about the perimeter and the area of different geometric figures and their real life uses. This webquest is designed for you to get extra practice with this skill and to have fun. Once you have completed this webquest, you should feel more confident when finding perimeter and area. Click on Task for this assignment to be explained. Click on Process to begin your practice and assignments. Click on Evaluation to see the rubric. This rubric will guide you how you should complete the webquest to get the maximum score.
Perimeter and Area Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion CreditsTaskThere are 3 levels to choose from...Level 1 : Practice (this is where you will get extra practice)Level 2 : Polish (this is where you will shine up your skills before the show)Level 3 : Show/Project (this is where you will show off your finished skills)Think of how much you know about perimeter and area. If you think you need more practice, be sureto start at the practice level. If you think you can skip the practice level, go ahead to the polishlevel. Every student must complete the polish and show level. For level 1 (practice) and level 2 (polish), when you have finished, be sure to call me over to view yourscore. Every student must have a score documented. If you forget, you must go back and do it again.HAVE FUN!!
Perimeter and Area Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion CreditsProcess : Practice Click here to go to Level 2: PolishLevel 1 : PracticeThis level is for extra practice with the skill of finding perimeter and area. If you missed anyclass of this week, or if you need more practice this level might help you find yourself alongwith your class mates.Stay on this level until you feel you are prepared to move to the next level. If you find youare answering most of these questions correctly, skip this level and move on to level 2 :polish.You may need paper and pencil to write down you work! • Click here to visit the website. Carefully read, and answer each problem. If you miss any of them hit the Explanation button to fix your mistake, or raise your hand, I will be there to help you. • Click here to practice finding the area of squares, rectangles, and triangles. Once again, carefully read, and answer each problem. If you miss any of them hit the Explanation button to fix your mistake, or raise your hand, I will be there to help you.
Perimeter and Area Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion CreditsProcess : Polish Click here to go to Level 3: Show/ProjectLevel 2 : PolishThis level is to shine up your skills with perimeter and area.you may need paper and pencil to write down your work.1. Click here to read the story of Ben and her brother. Read the story carefully to understandthe concept of the area and perimeter.Then, solve the 10 problems about finding the area of perimeter of rectangles. Read thedirection in the beginning- how you will use the ruler to measure a rectangle in each problem.When you are finished, be sure to call me over to view your score.2. Click here to see the Web Site. Find the area of complex figures, attempt first 10questions only. You need to break the figure apart to find the total area of the figure. If youget the answer wrong, click explanation button to find your mistakes.When you are finished with 10 problems, be sure to call me over to view your score.
Perimeter and Area Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion CreditsProcess : Show/ProjectLevel 3 : Show/ProjectYou have finally made it!!!Here you will put all your knowledge together to complete a project that will display yourmastery skill of perimeter and area.This project will consist of drawing a floor-plan of your dream school.You will be completing this project with your partner. You can split up the project-work intotwo of you, or work together to submit the final floor plan of your dream school. If you cantfind a partner talk to me.On the drawing paper draw the outline of your dream school. Think of your own school anddiscuss with your partner how you want your dream school to be.In your floor plan you must include at least one design for; • A parking lot • Main entrance • Hallway • Administration/main office • 3 Classrooms • A Playground • A Library • A Gymnasium • A Music room • A Hall • A Computer lab • A Technology RoomNow find the perimeter and area of each of the above design individually. Chose the unit ofyour results( perimeter and area) so that they make sense with a real school design. Forinstant, the area of a classroom can not be 200 cm2.
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Perimeter and AreaIntroduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion CreditsConclusion WOW, you have just completed plans for your dream school! Congratulations!!! I am proud of you for working so hard. Now, please take time to complete this- "Final project self analysis" Click on the " Final project self analysis" to see the page. You may use computer( word documents) to complete this analysis. When your done, you can print it and leave it to my desk, or electronically send it to my email. Otherwise, just print a blank copy of " Final project self analysis. And use your pen/pencil to write your comments on that. When you are done, you can leave it on my desk.
Perimeter and AreaIntroduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion CreditsCredits This web Quest has been modified from the following Web Quest; Ashley Currie, Barbour Middle County School Click Here to see Mrs Curries WebQuest. Click Here to see Md Zahed Uddin WebQuest Author Biography Md Zahed Uddin I am a secondary level math teacher, just have completed my students teaching. My future goal is to make math learning easier for all of my students by integrating modern and updated technology into my instruction. Permissions We all benefit by being generous with our work. Permission is granted for others to use and modify this WebQuest for educational, non-commercial purposes as long as the original authorship is credited. The modified WebQuest may be shared only under the same conditions. See the Creative Commons Attribution • Non-Commercial• Share-Alike license for details.