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This presentation links Geometry with real life. ...

This presentation links Geometry with real life.
It explains how geometry was used in ancient culture.
It will create some brain storming in the children to identify the geometrical shapes in each of the articles.
If you like the presentation please comment.
Pratima Nayak.Email: pnpratima@gmail.com

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Geometry and ancient civilization by Pratima Nayak Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Geometry and Ancient Civilization
  • 2. Identify Geometry in their tools.
  • 3. Parabolic Straight line Identify Geometry in their articles.
  • 4. Rectangle Cone Identify Geometry in their articles.
  • 5. Cylindrical Circcular ? Identify Geometry in their articles.
  • 6. Cylindrical Conical Cylindrical Identify Geometry in their articles.
  • 7. Conical Frustum Identify Geometry in their articles.
  • 8. Spherical Identify Geometry in their articles.
  • 9. Hemispherical Which shape? Identify Geometry in their articles.
  • 10. Semi circle Identify Geometry in theirarticles.
  • 11. Identify Geometry in their architecture
  • 12. Identify Geometry in their instrument
  • 13. Identify Geometry in their tools.
  • 14. Identify Geometry in musical instrument
  • 15. Identify Geometry in their architecture
  • 16. Identify the shapes or combination of shapes.
  • 17. Identify the shapes or combination of shapes.
  • 18. Acknowledgement: •Don Bosco Museum of Indigenous Cultures in Shillong, India. •My daughter accompanying me to the museum. Developed by Mrs.Pratima Nayak, Teacher,Kendriya Vidyalaya, Fort William,Kolkata.Email :pnpratima@gmail.com