Mystery of the Nazca Lines

Unit 1: Models and Constructions
Lesson 3 of 14

Objective: SWBAT describe lines and circles in terms of the properties of 'direction' and 'distance'. Students will understand how the properties of lines and circles can be used to construct them.

Big Idea: How did an ancient culture create drawings so large they can only be seen from the air? By understanding the properties of geometric objects, of course!

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Math, Geometry, Geometric Modeling, cooperative learning
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