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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 s your perspective

What’s YOUR Perspective?

What inspires your learning when you look out the window?

the challenge
The Challenge
  • 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?
criteria
Criteria
  • 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
math lingo
Math Lingo

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
Know the short-handMore 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

answer on an half sheet exit ticket
Can You Use the Lingo?

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.

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