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  • 1. “Origami; Gives Life to Math” Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 2. Welcome Welcome: ”Origami; Gives Life to Math” Description: This web quest is about how to make origami and learning geometric figures through it. Grade Level: 6-8 Curriculum: Math Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 3. Introduction Are you into Arts? Well, it's so nice to get involved. Why? because it widens your imagination and enhances your skills. In fact, it stimulates your mind. Aside from that, an art keeps you from learning and learning through fun experiences. There are so many forms of arts but I got something beautiful for you to introduce, it's Origami. Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 4. Introduction (2)  Origami is the original Japanese paper folding. It uses many techniques to fold paper in many shape such as animals, tree, furniture, etc. To make origami is easy like children used to fold a boat, airplane, flower, crane and they will find geometric figures on origami. Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 5. Introduction (3) In this web quest, students will be able to: 1. identify geometric figures on origami. 2. design an origami step by step. 3. discuss geometric figure to the class by their origami. 4. show uniqueness on making paper folding. Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 6.  At first you have to choose one origami that you like most from the provided sites. Then make that origami.  Present it to the class.  Form the group of 5 and collaborate how many geometric figures you've made from the paper you folded.  Present this to the class together with your groups. Task Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 7. Process Step I : Find and Fold Choose one origami from these following sites. Then make one of your own choice. http://www.origami-instructions.com/simple- origami.html http://www.origami-make.com/howto-origami- instructions.php http://www.origamiway.com/easy-origami.shtml http://www.origami-fun.com/origami-instructions.html Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 8. Process (2) Step II: Masterpiece Introduce your origami to the class. This is the site that will help you achieve a better presentation. http://www.wikihow.com/Do-a-Presentation-in-Class Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 9. Process (3) Step III: Group Work Form the group of 5 Use every members origami and unfold it then observe. Gathered and discuss the geometric figures seen in the unfolded origami. This is the site about geometric figures. http://www.mathwords.com/g/geometric_figure.htm http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/ Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 10. Process (4) Step IV: Prepare and Present  Your group will then present the information you gathered.Each member of the group must present a geometric figure and explain it in the class. Make sure you address:  How does origami connect in math?  Explain how geometric figures form while making an origami. Essentially, your just making math come to life. Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 11. Evaluation Work of Art: Math In Origami Teacher Name: Luna Lyn E. Dionson Student Name: CATEGORY Excellent - 10 pts Satisfactory - 8 Needs Improvement - 6 Poor - 4 Score Origami Design Decorate the origami beautifully and a unique design. Properly folded the creases. Decorate the origami beautifully. Properly folded the creases. Properly folded the creases. No presentation of the creases. Presentation of Origami Present the origami with confidence and all questions are answered very clearly with good support. Present the origami and all questions answered. Present the origami and some questions answered but lack of clarity or support. Present the origami. Internet Use Successfully uses suggested internet links to find information and navigates within these sites easily without assistance. Usually able to use suggested internet links to find information and navigates within these sites easily without assistance. Occasionally able to use suggested internet links to find information and navigates within these sites easily without assistance. Needs assistance or supervision to use suggested internet links and/or to navigate within these sites. Group Discussion Cooperate and Collaborate with the group activity. Following instruction and well organized plan. Cooperate and Collaborate with the group activity. Following instruction. Create a leader, and members follow what the leader’s decision. Groups appears to be disorganized. Quality of Information 10 or more Geometric Figures were clearly stated and relates to the main topic. It includes several supporting details and/or examples. 6 – 9 Geometric Figures were clearly stated and the information relates to the main topic. It provides 1-2 supporting details and/or examples. 3-5 Geometric Figures were clearly stated and the information relates to the main topic. No details and/or examples are given. 1-2 Geometric figures were stated and Information has little or nothing to do with the main topic. Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 12. Evaluation (2) • Play with the game at the site given below and record your score. http://www.math-play.com/geometric-figures-game/geometric- figures-game.html http://www.learn4good.com/games/mathforkids/geometrymat h.htm Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 13. Conclusion Congratulations! You learned on how to make an origami and able to illustrate geometric figure on the paper you folded, you extended your knowledge through critical thinking. You did this by embarking on a quest for information, and by learning from the information you found! • What have you observed with the Geometric figures? Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 14. Conclusion (2) • As we go through with the concepts in Geometry, are there things you discover? • Can you now classify the types of the polygons and name it? You see? Your skills have been activated and even upgraded. I see how you guys are learning. Keep it up and keep on learning! Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 15. Teachers Page This WebQuest should be used as an introduction to Geometric Figures with the use of Origami and relating mathematical symbols into the real world situation. Not only will the students learn about geometry but also experience fun while learning. Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits
  • 16. Credits & References I would like to thank my sister for guiding me as I created my first WebQuest and my teacher, Mrs. Cutab, who inspired me to learn about making this project. I acknowledge all the sites I have used for my resources. All the links I have attached really helped me out. Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Page Credits