```Title
It Takes a Village
Topic
Standard,
Benchmarks &amp; I
can statement
5
Measurement
Standard: Standard 4 FLUENCY WITH MEASUREMENT
Understand attributes, units, and systems of units in
measurement; and develop and use techniques, tools, and
formulas for measuring.
Benchmark: MA.5.4.6 Use known measurements (e.g., length,
width, and height) to calculate desired measurements (e.g.,
surface area and volume) of rectangular solids.
I can statement: I can use the given dimensions of each face of a
rectangular solid to calculate its surface and volume.
Design a miniature building
Outcome
Time
Recommended:
Materials
needed:
Vocabulary:
Hawaiian
vocabulary:
Options:
Tips
Group
Configuration
45 minutes computer time and an optional 45 minutes of class time
to create the product
Materials- -one small box or rectangular shaped object (sponge,
cereal box, book, etc), paper (construction, printer, scratch, whatever
is on hand), crayons or colored pencils, ruler, glue or tape, scissors
Skills – students should be able to measure length, width, and
height of an object with a ruler before completing webquest
Equipment (beside computer) –
Length
lau loa
Width
ana akea
Height
ana ki`eki`e
Volume
pihana u
Surface Area
`ili alo
Solid
kinopa`apa`a
Rectangular solid
pa`a huinaha lo`ihi
• Put all the buildings together to make a classroom “Volume
Village”
• Rather than collecting the buildings, have students turn in the
papers that are attached to the front and back (make sure
they use tape and not glue if you choose this option)
• Have students bring in their rectangular solid a week
before the webquest.
• If a student doesn’t have a solid, use a book.
• Homework – building design and/or surface areas and
volume calculations can be completed outside of class
• Students will work individually but will need a partner to
double check calculations
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