Section 1:
ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Congratulations to the students who together achieved Level 4: Lerby, Norbert, Marylin, Maria, Leonela, Bethany, Jonathan P., Iris R., Kathleen, Amelia and Oscar.
Today Norbert surprised us with his JUMBOSIZE blue dodecahedron! Way to go boy!
Section 2:
DAILY AGENDA
Friday Feb 25, 2000
Objective: Students will present their reflective instructions and will have a good time and music...
Warm up: None
Classwork:
a)Collect Instructions
b)Music, food, fun.
c)clean up, enjoy your break!!
Homework:
Check my website regularly for upcoming extra credit work
Thursday Feb 24, 2000
Objective: Students will write and illustrate the instructions needed to design a dodecahedron. They will complete the last two projects.
Warm up: None
Interactive Notes:Give example of instructions
Classwork:
a)Work on instructions,
b)Finish projects (can we reach a Level 5?)
c)Party tomorrow? refreshments? food? music?
Homework:
Finish Instructions
Wednesday Feb 23, 2000
Objective: Students will create a soccer ball out of regular pentagons and hexagon. They will learn the mathematics involved.
Warm up: No warm up
Interactive Notes:
a)drafting a regular pentagon: side = 5cm
b)drafting a regular hexagon : side = 5cm
(hint:Inner angle sum 720 degrees)
Classwork:
a)Discover the pattern
b)Cut and paste
Homework:
Handout"Reflection
CHANGE OF PLANS: TODAY WE FINISHED PREVIOUS PROJECTS  DODECAHEDRON AND RECURSIVE PYRAMID:
Tuesday Feb 22, 2000
Objective: Students will be able to draft and create a dodecahedron, and will be able to explain the math and the patterns behind it.
Warm up:
a)Create a regular pentagon (8 cm per side)
b)Bonus: How do you get 540 degrees as the inner angle sum?
c)How do you get 108 degrees?
Check Friday's work
Classwork: Create the 2 halves needed for the dodecahedron (color paper)
Notebook check #2
(website)
Homework
Create another dodecahedron, same size (4in radius)
or
extra credit: create it with each pentagon measuring 8cm per side (I dare you)
Section 3:
LINKS TO MY OTHER PERIODS
PERIOD 1 (Math 8)
PERIOD 2 (Math 6)
PERIOD 3 (Conference)
PERIOD 4 (Math thru Art lets see what happens)
PERIOD 5 (Expl. Math
PERIOD 6 (Math 6)
PERIOD 7 (Expl. Math)
PERIOD 8 (Math 8)



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