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• I find that you have similar interests to me. Especially the suggestion to explore the relationship between size and shape is interesting to me.

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### Geometry presentation

1. 1. GEOMETRY<br />Presented by: Barbara Taijeron<br /> Jamie Monaghan<br /> Marvin Monaghan<br /> Billy Neveready<br />
2. 2. What is Geometry?<br />- the branch of mathematics that is concerned with the properties and relationships of: <br />- points, lines, angles, curves, surfaces, and solids. <br />- The visual study of shapes, sizes, patterns, and positions.<br />
3. 3. Basic Concepts of Lines, Rays, and Angles.<br />
4. 4. Lines!<br />Different Types:<br />Line<br />Line Segment<br />Ray<br />Perpendicular<br />Parallel<br />Intersecting <br />
5. 5. Line<br />Has no beginning or end.<br />Continues indefinitely in both directions.<br />Can be illustrated by drawing arrows at each end.<br />
6. 6. Line Segment<br />Has a beginning point and an end point.<br />Line segments on a shape are called sides.<br />Can be found in many shapes.<br />
7. 7. Ray<br />Has a beginning point but no end point.<br />
8. 8. Parallel<br />Lines in the same plane that do not intersect or cross each other.<br />
9. 9. Intersecting<br />Two or more lines that meet at a point.<br />
10. 10. Perpendicular<br />Perpendicular lines form a right or 90 degree angle.<br />
11. 11. Angles<br />Made up of two rays with the same start point.<br />The start point is called the vertex. <br />The two rays are called the sides of the angle.<br />
12. 12. Measure Angles with…<br />A Protractor.<br />
13. 13. Different Angles<br />Zero Angles<br />Right Angles<br />Acute Angles<br />Obtuse Angles<br />Straight Angles<br />Supplementary Angles<br />Complimentary Angles<br />
14. 14. Are Parallel and equal 180 degrees.<br />Zero Angles<br />
15. 15. Two rays that create a 90 degree angle.<br />Right Angle<br />
16. 16. Acute Angle<br />Two rays that have a smaller angle than a right angle. <br /><90 Degrees<br />
17. 17. Angles larger than a right angle and smaller than two right angles. >90 Degrees<br />Obtuse Angle<br />
18. 18. Straight Angle<br />Angles equal to two right angles. <br />
19. 19. Two angles that sum to a straight angle<br />Supplementary Angles<br />
20. 20. Complimentary Angles<br />Two angles that sum to one right angle<br />
21. 21. PLANE FIGURES!<br />
23. 23. Definition<br />Plane Figure:<br />A two-dimensional shape (2D).<br />A shape on a plane. Includes points, lines, polygons, circles, triangles, hexagon, pentagons, etc.<br />A plane figure is any set of points on a plane.<br />
24. 24. Kinder to 2nd Grade<br />Familiarize children with different shapes.<br />Classify and categorize shapes.<br />Observe and listen to gain insight on the children’s level of reasoning.<br />Refer to square as a square, and a rectangle is a rectangle.<br />Counting to 10<br />Should start to examine the number of sides and angles of some plane figures.<br />
25. 25. Kinder to 2nd Grade<br />Concrete <br />Have students sort out different shapes that are familiar to them.<br />
26. 26. Kinder to 2nd Grade<br />Pictorial<br />Have students count the sides on each shape.<br />Connect dots on paper that will form a shape.<br />
27. 27. Count The Sides<br />1<br />2<br />4<br />3<br />This Shape Is A Square<br />
28. 28. Count The Sides<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />This Shape Is A Triangle<br />
29. 29. Count The Sides<br />1<br />2<br />4<br />3<br />This Shape Is A Rectangle<br />
30. 30. Count The Sides<br />No Sides<br />0<br />This Shape Is A Circle<br />
31. 31. Symbolic <br />A square has 4 sides that are the same.<br />A triangle has 3 sides.<br />A rectangle has 4 sides.<br />A circle has no sides.<br />Make A Rule<br />
32. 32. 2nd to 4th Grade<br />Child’s perception matures and can handle mathematical reasoning.<br />Explore relationship between size and shape.<br />Most children will claim that all triangles have the same shape.<br />Have them explore to see that this concept is not true.<br />
33. 33. 2nd to 4th Grade<br />Concrete<br />Have students compare different sizes and shapes of triangles, squares, rectangles, and circles. <br />
34. 34. 2nd to 4th Grade<br />Pictorial<br />Have students take the different shapes to form another shape.<br />Have students practice making shapes on a Geoboard.<br />
35. 35. Using Geoboard<br />http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_172_g_2_t_3.html?open=activities<br />
36. 36. Making Flags<br />
37. 37. Make A Rule<br />Symbolic<br />Some shapes can be used to form another shape.<br />Two shapes that are different sizes can be the same shape.<br />
38. 38. 4th to 8th Grade<br />Size and Shape<br />Children need to be well grounded in these concepts before going on to high school.<br />Classifying Shapes<br />Should engage in many classifying tasks.<br />build criteria that accurately defines sets of shapes.<br />A square is a rectangle, a parallelogram, and quadrilateral.<br />Introduce different terms of shapes.<br />
39. 39. 4th to 8th Grade<br />Concrete (Size & Shape)<br />Have cut outs of different sized shapes.<br />Ask students to show you:<br />Same shape and size.<br />Same shape, not same size.<br />Same size, not same shape.<br />Different shape, different size.<br />
40. 40. 4th to 8th Grade<br />Pictorial (Size & Shape)<br />Use dot paper or geoboard to illustrate different size and shapes.<br />. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . <br />
41. 41. Using Dot Paper<br />
42. 42. Introduce Terms<br />Quadrilateral- a plane figure having four sides and four angles. <br />Parallelograms - a quadrilateral having both pairs of opposite sides parallel to each other. <br />
43. 43. Types of Triangles<br />
44. 44. Types of Quadrilaterals<br />
45. 45. Make A Rule<br />Symbolic<br />Have all the name of the shapes and have them come up with a rule for each.<br />Example:<br />Triangle – has 3 sides.<br />Equilateral Triangle– has 3 equal sides.<br />
46. 46. Space Figures!<br />
47. 47. Space Figures!<br />Space figures are three dimensional figures. <br />Faces: Side of the space figure<br />Edges: Where two faces meet <br />Vertex or Vertices: the corners of the space figures<br />VERTEX<br />EDGE<br />FACE<br />
48. 48. Activity<br />Take out the papers in front of you and construct each container you see.<br />
49. 49. Activity!<br />Take out the papers in front of you and make each item you see.<br />
50. 50. I have a Name!<br />
51. 51. Tesselation!<br />
52. 52. Repeating a shape over and over and over and over and over and over again, leaving no gaps between each shape to form a BIGGER shape.<br />Another word for “tesselation” is TILING! <br />Tesselation<br />
53. 53.
54. 54. Symmetry<br />
55. 55. Symmetry is having two sides of a whole look like they reflect each other. <br />Symmetry<br />Line of Symmetry<br />
56. 56. Something that is not symmetrical. <br />Asymmetry<br />
57. 57. Symmetry in Planes<br />
58. 58. Symmetry in Space<br />
59. 59.
60. 60. Any Questions? <br />