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# Digital Unit Plan Template

## Unit Title: Real World Geometry Name: Almar Turriaga

Content Area: Mathematics Grade Level: 7th
CA Content Standard(s)/Common Core Standard(s):
CCSSM 7.G.1
Solve problems involving scale drawings of geometric figures, including computing actual lengths and areas from a scale
drawing and reproducing a scale drawing at a different scale.

CCSSM 7.G.5
Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving area, volume and surface area of two- and three-dimensional objects
composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, cubes, and right prisms.
Big Ideas/Unit Goals:
Conceptual connections between one-, two-, three- dimensions and the amount of length, area or space it measures,
or represents.
These concepts will eventually extend to higher mathematics for a deeper understanding of linear (Ax+B), quadratic
(Ax^2+Bx+C), cubic functions (Ax^3+Bx^2+Cx+D), non-Euclidean Geometry, and Vectors.
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We will first learn about dimension in general, then apply that to:
1. Perimeter (one dimension)
2. Area (two dimensions)
3. Volume (three dimensions)
4. Surface Area, which is the two dimensional area of a three dimensional object.
We will increase the vocabulary (words,terms) for the forms, shapes, and solids, both two-dimensional and three-dimensional
regular (uniformly shaped) objects.
Unit Summary:
Note: There is much flexibility in this Unit Plan to progress through one topic at a time of: perimeter, area, and volume. To
pause, reflect and assess for understanding before moving to the next topic. The Teacher Lecture and Webercise then
becomes a triple, first with progressing through each dimension of space, then working on problems for each: perimeter, area,
volume. The students have an opportunity to show comprehensive understanding of a particular topic by creating their own
math problems in a Popplet.(individual summative assessment)

Finally, there is a comprehensive group project, Gallery/Exhibition Design, which should bring together all the skills and topics
covered.
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The students will increase their comprehension about various geometric forms, and their respective formulas for area, surface
area for triangles, regular polygons and quadrilaterals, cubes and right prisms, apply these to mathematical problems, then to
word problems, and finally to more complex problems.

We will also need to learn about scale (these are ratios), such as 1:10, this means, for example, 1cm measured on the scale
drawing equals 10cm in the real world.

Once we have enough tools (math skills), we may use those tools for a problem like this:

Given this project, you must calculate the required amount of material (paint) for the various surfaces in the given
environment. We will need measure the various dimensions, calculate out the total surface area to be painted, and then take
that number and see how much paint will be needed plus its cost.

(Students will need to strategize to measure, understand the coverage a specified quantity of paint will cover and cost, and
solve for a quantifiable result.)

Subject Area:
Mathematics

7th
Assessment Plan:

Survey/Quiz-Whatdoyouknow?Priorknowledgeofgeometryvocabulary.

TeacherLecture/GuidedNotes-conceptual
understandingof:
1. One-Dimension
a. Line,LineSegment,Perimeter
b. Units
2. Two-Dimensions
a. Area
b. SquareUnits
3. Three-Dimensions
a. Volume
b. CubicUnits
CumulativeSuper
Quiz/Exam-Beforemoving
tonextlesson.Assess
understandingthe
progressionthroughone,
twoandthreedimensions:
itsimplicationsto
perimeter,area,andvolume;
anditsrelationshiptounits.
WeberciseWorksheet/ClassDiscussions-demonstrates,
applies,and/orsynthesizestheformulationsof:
1. Perimeter
a. triangles
i. right,isosceles,equilateral,oblique
i. squares,rectangles,parallelograms,
trapezoids,regularpolygons
Quiz(zes)-Assessskillsand
reinforcelearning.
withrealworldexamples
(e.g.gardenplots,floor
plans,containers,boxes)
for:
1. Perimeter
2. Area
a. triangles
i. squares,rectangles,parallelograms,
trapezoids,regularpolygons
Quiz-2.Area
3. Volume
a. pyramids
b. cubes
c. rightprisms
i. rectangular,triangular,regularpolygon
(crosssection)
Quiz-3.Volume
GraphicOrganizer-
conceptualunderstandingof:
1. One-Dimension
a. Line,Line
Segment,
Perimeter
b. Units
2. Two-Dimensions
a. Area
b. SquareUnits
3. Three-Dimensions
a. Volume
b. CubicUnits
GroupWork/ClassDiscussion-fixingthePopplet
problems.
problems,individualworkto
findsolutions.
Perimeter,Area,Volume-
Exhibition/GalleryDesigner

Lesson 1: http://mrtsmath7geometry.weebly.com/part-1-teacher-lecture.html
Student Learning Acceptable Evidence Lesson Activities: Teacher Lecture
Objective: Formative
Assessments: The Google slideshow Teacher Lecture, progresses through three segments:
Students will describe, 1. Dimension, line, line segment, and perimeter,
spoken and written, Student will use the 2. Area
the difference between teacher lecture 3. Volume
perimeter, area and worksheet to write Each segment, includes various diagrams, and links to definitions and concepts.
volume, and be able to reasons to the queries The segment ends with a video to animate and clarify the topic. The worksheet
explain the specific listed on the asks reflective questions on each segment covered.
meaning of surface worksheet.
area.
They will bring the
worksheet to class to
discuss and explore

## Will build a consensus

of vocabulary, and
concepts, for each
segment.

Summative
Assessment:

## Students may be given

an exam or
super-quiz to check
for the larger
comprehensive
conceptual
understanding.
When the majority of
students, have the
conceptual
understanding
dimensional space, the
the class can proceed
to the next lesson.
Lesson 2: http://mrtsmath7geometry.weebly.com/part-2-webercise.html
Student Learning Acceptable Evidence: Lesson Activities: Webercise
Objective: Formative Assessment:
The Google slideshow covers the three topics: perimeter, area, volume. With
Students using Student will write interactives, videos, and games. The worksheet associated with the Webercise
mathematical answers to reflective picks out problems that the students should be able to workout.
vocabulary (such as, questions and math
perimeter, base, problems on a It is hoped that the students curiosity will lead them to explore other parts of the
altitude or height, worksheet to check for websites linked in the Webercise, and thus deepen their understanding.
length, width, and understanding.
depth) will apply
formulas for finding Formative/Summative
perimeter, areas, and Assessment:
volumes. After each segment, the
students can be given a
quiz to evaluate their
conceptual
understanding, if okay
will move to the next
segment, if not then
backtrack to reteach.
Lesson 3: http://mrtsmath7geometry.weebly.com/part-3-graphic-organizer.html
Student Learning Acceptable Evidence: Lesson Activities:
Objective: Individual Summative:
The students will create an account on Popplet.com and create their own
Students using Students will create concept map from one of the three topics, Perimeter, Area, or Volume. The
mathematical their own Popplet, student will also research and develop four math problems on their topic. The
vocabulary (such as, which is a concept map student will also create an answer key on a provide worksheet. Formative
perimeter, base, website. Within their assessment, as a class (in groups) we will work on the problems to improve their
altitude or height, Popplet, the will write (fix) quality and then students will trade and solve each other's problems.
length, width, and four math problems on
depth) will apply their topic.
formulas for finding
perimeter, areas, and By trading problems,
volumes. the students will have a
more comprehensive
and deeper
understanding of the
topic.
Group Summative Assessment: http://mrtsmath7geometry.weebly.com/part-4-assessments.html
Student Learning Acceptable Evidence: Lesson Activities:
Objective: Individual Summative:
Given a scaled gallery floor plan and an inventory of artworks, the student will
Students given a real Students, in groups will analyze and interept the drawings for the usuable floor and wall space in the
world problem will solve for perimeters, gallery. The students will calculate the various dimensions of the art pieces,
analyze, develop a areas, volumes, and including volume, area, and perimeter. They will then arrange the art
plan and apply their dimensional lengths of (approximations, using thumbnail sketches) on the walls and floor where
math toolkit to various artworks. appropriate. That is, in spaces where the artworks will fit.
measure and calculate Once they have the
an approximate dimensions they will Both drawings are unlabled, so using the scale provided the students will have to
solution. place the art in calculate the perimeter, and areas (this task was simplified by unit square = 2ft.
appropriate spaces on x 2ft.)
the gallery walls and
floor.

Unit Resources:
Teacher Lecture:

Webercise:

Graphic Organizer:
http://popplet.com/app/#/3994347 (model Popplet for graphic organizer, concept map)

## Gallery Exhibition Designer:

http://mrtsmath7geometry.weebly.com/part-4-assessments.html

Useful Websites:
http://mrtsmath7geometry.weebly.com/unit-resources.html

Below is an unedited dump of Google Chrome Bookmarks for this Unit Plan.

EDSC 304
YOUTH CENTER
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Pythagorean History
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