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Today,

I will compose a cone and cylinder by combining two or more different shapes using a net.

Vocabulary

Teacher Resources Considerations: Use the nets provided at the end of this lesson to provide manipulatives for students.

Cone : A solid object that is circular on the bottom and comes to a point at the top with one vertex.

One for Structured Guided Practice and one for Final Check for Understanding.

the students can compose the opposite net.

MP4: How would it help to create a model

MP7: What do you notice about threedimensional shapes

Net: A pattern that you can fold to make a solid figure.

See IM #1

See SGP #1

See FCU #1

- pentagon

5 sides,

5 vertices

See FCU #2

- triangle,

3 sides,

3 vertices

- trapezoid

34 sides,

4 vertices

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/ Directions: Use nets to compose a cone and cylinder.

has a circular flat bottom surface,

and comes to a point at the top.

- construction cone,
- party hat,
- etc.).

Compose a cylinder.

I will compose a cylinder by combining two or more different shapes using a net.

- soup can,
- marker,
- cake,
- etc.).

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/ Directions: Use nets to compose a cone and cylinder.

Restate the objective.

Direct students to construct a cone by using a net.

Students can construct the opposite net in Final Check for Understanding.)

(Consider having students take turns with a partner constructing each net.

Students can construct the opposite net in Final Check for Understanding.)

Using the correct net,

- compose a cone.

- compose a cylinder.

Recap today’s lesson with one or more of the following MP questions: MP1: How did drawings help you in today’s lesson

? MP4: How would it help to create a model

? MP7: What do you notice about three dimensional shapes

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Name the following plane shapes and then record the number of sides and vertices.

Name of plane shape Number of sides Number of vertices

Name of plane shape Number of sides Number of vertices

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