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Solid Figures

Solid Figures

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Description:
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    Show a learner how to identify and classify solid figures, including prisms, pyramids, cones, spheres, cylinders, and hemispheres.

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    Demonstrate how to name a polyhedron by the shape and number of bases (prisms vs pyramids).

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    Present the different parts of a polyhedron (faces, edges, vertices).

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    Provide examples that allow for practice naming polyhedrons, counting faces, edges, and vertices, and identifying congruent faces and congruent edges.

 

This packet should help a learner seeking to understand how to identify and classify solid figures.

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Tutorial

Introduction to Polyhedrons

This video introduces the concept of polyhedrons.

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Faces

This video presents one of the parts of a polyhedron: faces.

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Edges

This video presents one of the parts of a polyhedron: edges.

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Vertices

This video presents one of the parts of a polyhedron: vertices.

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Prisms

This video introduces prisms.

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Pyramids

This video introduces pyramids.

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Right Circular Cones

This video introduces the most common type of cone: the right circular cone.

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Oblique Cones

This video introduces oblique cones.

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Spheres

This video introduces spheres.

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Right Circular Cylinders

This video introduces the most common type of cylinders: right circular cylinders.

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Oblique Circular Cylinders

This video introduces oblique circular cylinders.

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Practice Identifying Solid Figures

This slideshow gives several problems that learners can use to test their understanding of the material in this packet.