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Certification Tutorial - Geometry

Certification Tutorial - Geometry

Author: Shelby Jackson
Description:

1. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to make isometric drawings of three dimensional figures

2. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to draw the orthographic drawings for three dimensional figures including their top, bottom, left, right, front, and back views on isometric paper

3. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to make fundamental drawings for three dimensional figures

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Tutorial

Guided Notes - Isometric, Orthographic, and Fundamental Drawings of 3D Objects

Follow along with these guided notes as you watch the following video.

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Isometric Graph Paper

An extra copy of Isometric Graph Paper

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Plain Graph Paper

An extra copy of graph paper.

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Drawings and Models Introduction and Practice Set I and II

A video by Math Scribble that explains isometric, orthographic, and fundamental drawings as well as nets of three dimensional objects. You will only need to watch until 8:10 for this lesson. Please pause the video when asked to do so and make your own drawings.

Source: Youtube created by Math Scribble

WSQ

Make sure to write your summary in your note book along with your question for tomorrow. When you get to class grab the sticky note and write your question on the front and your name on the back. We will discuss These questions together as a class tomorrow. Summaries will be checked at the end of this unit.