Lesson: Perspectives of Solids
Lesson Objective
Lesson Plan
Element/Time 
Lesson Steps 
Do Now (8:30 – 8:40)/(10:00 –10:10) 
· T displays 4 review problems · S complete problems independently on do now sheet · T walks around to check hw/help students with do now questions · T/S review problems together · S correct their work to reflect the correct answers 
HW Check 
· T displays correct answers and work · S correct work with colored pencil T walks around to review specific students work · T/S review 3 questions 
Mental Math (8:40 – 8:50) /(10:10 – 10:20) 
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Mini Lesson (8:50 – 9:25)/(10:20 – 10:55) 
· T will discuss that another important skill is to be able to picture what a solid looks like based on where you are standing · T will tell students that when we look at 3D figures from a certain perspective, they sometimes look 2D. give example of looking at a building – when we look at the front of a building all we can see is that 2D outline of a rectangle even though we know there is more to it · Students will be given the following steps to help them to understand 2D perspective views of 3D figures by: 1. Building the figure 2. Put yourself at eye level and draw what you see 3. Look at the shape from other perspectives a. Front b. Back c. Right d. Left e. Top f. Bottom · S will work to create different solids and then predict the views from the front, back, right, left, top and bottom. · S will use knowledge to answer multiple choice questions. 
Lesson Resources
Geometry Notes Perspectives 
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17 2Views of Solids 
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17 2Perspective Reteach 
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17 2Perspective HW 
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17 2Perspective CW 
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U9.L15.SHAPES.Perspectives.docx 
483

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