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• Lesson one of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.
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• 16.01.14
• Lesson two of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.
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• 03.01.14
• Lesson three of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.
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• 03.01.14
• Lesson four of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.
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• 03.01.14
• This Easibook reminds students of the formula for the volume of a rectangular prism and gives some practice in finding volumes.
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• 16.04.12
• This Easibook reminds students of the formula for the volume of a rectangular prism and gives some practice in finding volumes.
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• 10.04.12
• This Easibook illustrates how to find the surface area and the volume of a cylinder.
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• 13.04.12
• This Easiteach workbook looks at the volume of 3D shape.
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• 12.04.12
• Students pair length (m) with length (km), area with area and volume with volume. Reflect and Review - students consolidate that length units have a power of 1, area units have a power of 2 and volume units have a power of 3.
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• 29.03.12
• This Easibook gives practice in converting square centimeters to and from square meters, and in converting liters to cubic centimeters, cubic meters, grams and kilograms.
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• 03.05.12
• This Easibook shows how to calculate the volume of prisms by finding the area of the cross-section then multiplying it by the prism’s length or height. Students are then given practice in finding volumes of different prisms in an accompanying task.
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• 19.04.12
• This activity practices the units used in measuring length, area, volume and mass, and practices their abbreviations.
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• 02.04.12
• The Easiteach file contains units of measurement in ellipses. The class has to decide what the units measure, for example, cm for perimeter.
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• 29.03.12
• A lesson on surface area and volume of 3D shapes.
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• 12.01.12
• This Easibook explores the relationship between the volume of a cone and pyramid.
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• 16.04.12
• In this activity students are asked to finding the volume of cylinders and spheres.
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• 13.03.12
• This Easibook asks students to calculate the volumes of rectangular prisms whose dimensions are given to one decimal place, in order to practice finding the volume of rectangular prisms and also to develop multiplication skills with decimal numbers.
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• 19.04.12
• The Easiteach file contains length, area and volume problems. Students have to convert from one metric unit to another.
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• 26.03.12
• This activity gives students opportunities to practice converting between area and volume units in context.
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• 23.04.12
• A lesson focusing on the strategies and formulas involved in working out the volume of solid objects.
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• 20.10.11