## Reflection: Modeling Points, Lines, & Planes - Section 4: Closure

With this being an introductory lesson, I felt that modeling was a good way for the students to learn to identify the attributes of points, lines, and planes.  Modeling gave the students a visual of what it looks like so that they will be able to identify these attributes in future related lessons.

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Modeling: Introductory Lesson

# Points, Lines, & Planes

Unit 4: Geometry
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## Big Idea: Points, Lines, and planes are two-dimensional figures that have special attributes.

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### Rose Monroe

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