DIAGONALS AND LINES OF SYMMETRY IN POLYGONS 2/2 Copy

• Lesson Aims
• Pupils will study the concept of diagonal and  draw diagonals in various polygons.
• Pupils will learn that diagonals are not only vertical or horizontal and that a diagonal can be drawn outside the polygon.
• Name of Model
• Puppy and child.

• Lesson Content
• Pupils will recognize and investigate diagonalsduring the folding process. Pupils will discover which lines of reflective symmetry are also diagonals of a polygon. Thsi lesson reviews the concepts of diagonals of a polygon and lines of reflective symmetry.

• Previous knowledge
• Adjacent and opposite vertices of a polygon.Lines of reflective symmetry.

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Perpendicular line and perpendicular side of polygon

• Lesson Aims
• The study of Perpendicular Lines and Perpendicular Sides of Polygons.
• Comparison of angle sizes.
• Investigation of angles and  Perpendicular Lines and Perpendicular Sides of Polygons.

• Name of Model
• A sweet box.

• The Lesson Structure
• The measuring tool,Composition and Decomposition,Polygons 3,Perpendicular Lines and Perpendicular Sides of Polygons.

• Lesson Content
• In this lesson the pupils will investigate intersection of straight lines,perpendicular lines and perpendiculars sides of Polygons. The model comes as surprise while learning new concepts and revising previously learnt concept.

• Prior knowledge
• .The concepts of Angle, Right Angle,Square and Pentagon

• Materials
• Measuring Tool, origami sheets 15×15 cm.

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Didactic -Perpendicular line and perpendicular side of polygon

• Lesson Aims
• The study of Perpendicular Lines and Perpendicular Sides of Polygons.
• Comparison of angle sizes.
• Investigation of angles and  Perpendicular Lines and Perpendicular Sides of Polygons.

• Name of Model
• A sweet box.

• The Lesson Structure
• The measuring tool,Composition and Decomposition,Polygons 3,Perpendicular Lines and Perpendicular Sides of Polygons.

• Lesson Content
• In this lesson the pupils will investigate intersection of straight lines,perpendicular lines and perpendiculars sides of Polygons. The model comes as surprise while learning new concepts and revising previously learnt concept.

• Prior knowledge
• .The concepts of Angle, Right Angle,Square and Pentagon

• Materials
• Measuring Tool, origami sheets 15×15 cm.

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Perpendicular and parallel straight lines 1 1/2

• Lesson Aims
• During the folding processes the pupil will relate to perpendicular and parallel lines and segments.

• Name of Model
• There is no model in this lesson.

• The Lesson Structure
• According to planned curriculum.

• Lesson content
• This is a prepatory lesson to the next lesson about parallel and perpendicular lines and segments with the model of a dress. In the lesson the pupils investigate the properties of parallel and perfpendicular lines using  their measuring tool.

• Prior Knowledge
• The concepts of angle,a right angle and a square.

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Perpendicular and parallel straight lines 2 2/2

• Lesson Aims
• During the folding process the pupils will identify parallel and perpendicular lines.

• Name of Model
• A dress.

• The Lesson Structure
• According to the curriculum.

• Lesson content
• This is the second lesson on parallel and perpendicular lines following the prepatory lesson on parallel and perpendicular lines-1 1/2. In this lesson will identify aparallel and perpendicular lines in other situations. The final model will be  a surprise for the pupils and at the same time learning new concepts and revising previously learnt concepts.

• Prior Knowledge
• The concepts of angle,straight angle and square.

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The envelope of a triangular pyramid

• Lesson Aims
• Investigate pyramids

• Description of a pyramid, number of faces,edges and vertices.
• Recognition of a triangular pyramid and envelope of a pyramid.
• Pyramids with different bases.
• Model Name
• Envelope of a triangular pyramid.

• Lesson structure
• First lesson on the topic of 3-D solids.

• Lesson content
• Pupils will construct a triangular pyramid, investigate the properties of this pyramid, the envelope of this pyramid constructed from triangles and comparison of  the envelope and the solid.

• Prior knowledge
• Polygons and triangles.

The envelope of a triangular pyramid

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Classification of triangles using sides and angles

• Lesson Aims
• Classifying triangles according to the angles of the triangles.
• Identifying right angled triangles, acute triangles and obtuse triangles.
• Classifying triangles according to the sides of the triangles.
• Drawing and naming triangles according to both properties of sides and angles.

• Name of Model
• The angled bird.

• Lesson Structure
• Measuring tool,composition and decomposition of polygons, polygons 3, parallel lines and sides,circle,mouse,visual representation of angles-measure of rotation,angled bird.

• Lesson content
• In this lesson pupilsinvestigate different triangles formed as a result of folding the model. A surprise final model using old and new terms for descriptions.

• Prior Knowledge
• The concept of a right angle and visual representation of an angle.

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• Lesson Aims
• Recognition of quadrilaterals especially kite,rhombus and square.
• Recognition of the properties of diagonals in a square and rhombus.
• Name of Model
• The pecking bird.

• Lesson Content
• The folding process enables the pupils to investigate quadrilaterals and recognize the special properties of each polygon. There is a revision of previously learnt concepts and an introduction to new concepts. The final model becomes as a surprise to the pupils.

• Prior Knowledge
• Cocepts of quadrilaterals, sides and vertices.

• Materials
• Origami sheets 15 x 15 cm.

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CLASSIFICATION OF PYRAMIDS

• Lesson Aims
• Investigating pyramids.
• Investigating the faces,edges and vertices of pyramids.
• Folding envelopes of pyramids.
• Name of Model
• Envelopes of triangular,square and pentagonal pyramids.

• Lesson Structure
• According to curriculum.

• Lesson Content
• Folding and assembling  envelopes of  triangular,square and pentagonal pyramids.Listing faces,edges and vertices of pyramids.

• Prior Knowledge

• Materials
• 5 origami sheets 15cm x15 cm.

Worksheet on the subject of pyramids

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DIAGONALS OF POLYGONS

• LESSON AIMS
• Identifying non adjacent vertices of a polygon.
• Drawing diagonals in a polygon.

• NAME OF MODEL

Lesson Number: 4002

• LESSON STRUCTURE
• According to Syllabus.

• LESSON CONTENT
• Investigating and identifying non adjacent vertices of a polygon.

• PRIOR KNOWLEDGE