7-5.2: Apply strategies and formulas to determine the surface area and volume of the three-dimensional shapes prism, pyramid, and cylinder.
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How to Use Formulas (remedial)
Volume and Surface Area of Cylinders
Through the process standards students will demonstrate an understanding of measuring volume with appropriate tools and finding perimeter,area, surface area, and volume using appropriate units. Students should be able to take ANY formula and be able to use it correctly.
Responses during Guided practice and Independent practice
Lesson Plan/Activities - Introductory Activity:
Intro lesson with "How to Use Formulas" (remedial mini-lesson). Use "12-7 how to use formulas.flp" to teach students to simply plug the correct numbers into the correct formula to find the answer.
Lesson Plan/Activities - Direct Instruction:
Teacher models how to find volume (review from Knoll's class) and surface area of a cylinder. Use "12-7 cylinders vol and sa.flp" to teach and for example problems for GP.
Lesson Plan/Activities - Guided Practice:
Students and teacher practice example problems, including two word problems, from flipchart. Students are called on to come to board to show work. All students try ALL problems. Students use teacher-made scaffolded handout on surface area steps to help them while they work.
Lesson Plan/Activities - Independent Practice:
Students complete p.92 Study Guide side. Students have p.92 Practice side for homework, so this will give them a chance to practice for their homework (IP is on surface area only- volume is review from Knoll's class Friday).
Lesson Plan/Activities - Focus and Review:
Review how to use formulas- PLUG IN numbers!
12-7 how to use formulas.flp
12-7 cylinders vol and sa.flp
Teacher-made scaffolded handout- Surface Area steps