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# What’s YOUR Perspective? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

What’s YOUR Perspective?. What inspires your learning when you look out the window?. The Challenge. Draw a sketch of what you want to see when you look out the window or door of your ideal learning space.

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What inspires your learning when you look out the window?

• Draw a sketch of what you want to see when you look out the window or door of your ideal learning space.

• If you walked outside and stood in the middle of the street you would see outside your classroom window, what would you see?

• Perspective, according to Brunelleschi

• 3 or more buildings

• At least one creative element

• Be able to communicate and identify the math lingo as you discuss your sketch with your partner and Mrs. Powers

Point: has NO dimension; represented by a small dot

Line: has ONE dimension; represented by a straight line with 2 arrowheads, showing the line extends in 2 directions endlessly.

Plane: has TWO dimensions; looks like a parallelogram; REMEMBER: a PLANE extends without end in all directions.

More Math Lingo

Collinear Points: Points that lie on the same _______.

Coplanar Points: Points that lie on the same _______.

Line Segment: has 2 endpoints

Ray: has 1 endpoint (Initial Point) and one arrow.

Opposite Rays

Be sure you can answer using the correct shorthand.

Answer on an half-sheet (exit ticket)

Identify 2 collinear points in your sketch?

Name 3 different planes in your sketch.

Name 4 coplanar points.

Name 1 line that is at the intersection of 2 planes.