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Polygons

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Transcript of Polygons

Polygons
Jacqueline Johnson
EDIM 508
Digital Media in the Classroom

Triangles are
three-sided
polygons.
This presentation is designed to give students visual representations and descriptions of different types of polygons as well as an auditory explanation of the specific features of polygons. I designed the presentation to be used as an interactive whole group lesson that can also be viewed later for individual student review.
Four-sided
polygons are called
quadrilaterals
.
Is an I-pad a
quadrilateral
?
Yes
No
It has four sides!
1
2
3
4
Five-sided
polygons are
pentagons
.
A stop sign is an example of a
octagon
.
Six-sided
polygons are
hexagons
.
An
octagon
has ....
eight sides
seven sides
or
eight sides!
Mr. Pentagon wants to live in a pentagon
building. Which house should he pick?
Good
Job!
Which shape on the soccer ball
is a
hexagon
?
White shape?
Black
shape?
White shape!
Let's Review!
References:

Book:
Hake, s., & Saxon, J. (2004). Saxon Math 5/4: Polygons. Norman, OK: Saxon
Publishers.

Audio:
Bauer, Mindy (2012). Polygon. Retrieved from
www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-y_6ZleC9Y

Videos:
Cerebellum, (2009). Standard Deviants Teaching Systems: Fundamental
Math: Module 04: Angles, Polygons, and Circles. [Full Video]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/

Math Anthics (2013). Math Antcs - Polygons. Retrieved from
www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaoZhhx_I9s

Images:
All clipart used with permission from Microsoft. www.office.microsoft.com/en-us/images
Standards:
4.G Draw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles
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