Volume&Capacity - Volume& Capacity EMAT 3410 14:54 Why use an activity for instruction 1 to explore the mathematics 2 to validate the

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Unformatted text preview: Volume & Capacity: EMAT 3410 14:54 Why use an activity for instruction? 1. to explore the mathematics 2. to validate the mathematics Example Problem/Activity: Mr. Bristle asked his students to help design candy containers for the club fundraiser. The only requirements: 1. It be a cylinder Activity #1: Folding Paper Task Materials: 1. 2 sheets of paper (8.5” x 11”) 2. unifix cubes 3. tape- Make two cylinders, folding one paper lengthwise and one width wise.- Which cylinder holds more? • Make a prediction • Use the unifix cubes to justify your answer Tall Short #1 60 91 #2 75 121 #3 57 81 #4 70...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course LLED 5730 taught by Professor Allison during the Fall '10 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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Volume&Capacity - Volume& Capacity EMAT 3410 14:54 Why use an activity for instruction 1 to explore the mathematics 2 to validate the

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