# the art Essay

Submitted By ardele
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General Outcome:
The student solves problems involving perimeter, area, surface area, volume and angle measurement.

I.1 designs constructs various rectangles of a given perimeter using natural numbers.
--demonstrates concretely, pictorially, and symbolically that many rectangles are possible for a given perimeter (SS-I.2.6)

Foundation Words: Perimeter, Rectangle, Measure, Area

Objective: The students will learn how to measure perimeter of rectangles.

Method: Have students draw a rectangle in their notebooks (any size). Have them measure eac h side of their rectangles and also to write down the length of each side of their perimeter. Have each student calculate their measurements.
-Discuss the meaning of perimeter.
-Have students complete assignment sheet.

Learning Resource:
-Curriculum Guide.
-Assignment sheet- magic concepts.
-Rulers.
-Brain compatible activities for math.

Assessment:
-Student observations.
General Outcome:
The student solves problems involving perimeter, area, surface area, volume and angle measurement.

I.1 designs constructs various rectangles of a given perimeter using natural numbers.
--demonstrates concretely, pictorially, and symbolically that many rectangles are possible for a given perimeter (SS-I.2.6)

Foundation Words: design, construct, perimeter, rectangle, natural numbers.

Objective: The students will learn how to construct a rectangle from a given perimeter.

Method: Prepare number cards for this lesson activity. Draw a number card eg.24. Ask students how a rectangle can be constructed from this number. Perhaps the lengths could be 7 and widths 5, draw this on the board or chart.
Pass out 4 number cards to each student and draw 4 different rectangles using numbers.

Learning Resources:
-Curriculum Guide.
-Number cards.
-Rulers.

Assessment:
-Observe students as they work on activity.
-Notes from the observation.

General Outcome:
The student solves problems involving perimeter, area, surface area, volume and angle measurement.
I.1 designs constructs various rectangles of a given perimeter using natural numbers.
-demonstrates concretely, pictorially, and symbolically that many rectangles are possible for a given perimeter (SS-I.2.6)
Foundation Words: Concrete, picture, symbolic.

Objective: The students will demonstrate concretely, pictorially, and symbolically that many rectangles are possible for a given area.

Method: