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Martha Smit Hub Dun It

Martha Smit Hub Dun It

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Title of Unit 
Surface Area/Volume of a Cylinder
Grad
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Sixth Grade
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Results
Content Standards:
Students will understand how to determine the volume and surface area of solid figures.
They will understand and use the customary and metric systems of measurement to measurequantities efficiently and to represent volume and surface area appropriately.
 
M6M3.
Students will determine the volume of fundamental solid figures (rightrectangular prisms, cylinders, pyramids and cones)
.
 
a. Determine the formula for finding the volume of fundamental solid figures. b. Compute the volumes of fundamental solid figures
,
using appropriate unitsof measure.c. Estimate the volumes of simple geometric solids.d. Solve application problems involving the volume of fundamental solid figures.
M6M4.
Students will determine the surface area of solid figures (right rectangularprisms and cylinders)
.
 
a. Find the surface area of cylinders using manipulatives. b. Compute the surface area of cylinders using formulas.c. Estimate the surface areas of simple geometric solids.
d. Solve application problems involving surface area of cylinders.
 
Un
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A
 pproximate volumes of simple geometric solids may be found using estimation.Formulas may be used to determine the volume of fundamental solid figures.
A
 pproximate units of measure should be used when computing the volumes of fundamentalsolid figures.
A
 pproximate surface area of simple geometric solids may be found using estimation.Formulas may be used to compute the surface area of right rectangular prisms and cylinders.
 
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Misconceptions:
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W
hen determining B, the area of the base must be calculated. It willnot be a number that you simply just plug in.
 
y
 
Surface area and volume are the same thing.
 
E
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Questions:
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Can you describe the differencebetween volume and surfacearea?
y
 
W
hat kinds of problems can besolved using volume andsurface area?
y
 
H
ow can you find the surfacearea and volume of a cylinder?
y
 
W
hat units are appropriate formeasuring volume?
 
Topic
a
l Questions:
y
 
W
hat is the formula usedfor finding the volume of acylinder?
 
y
 
W
hat is the formula forcalculating the surfacearea of a cylinder?
 
y
 
W
hat does B represent inthe volume formula?
y
 
W
hat number is ?
y
 
W
hat is the differencebetween the radius anddiameter?
y
 
W
hat is base?
 
 
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Sk 
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S
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F
ormulas used to determinevolume of 
y
 
Cylinders.
y
 
F
ormulas used to computesurface area of 
y
 
Cylinders.
y
 
H
ow to find the surface area of a cylinder
y
 
H
ow to find the area of acylinder.
Sk 
ills
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S
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ents will be
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ble to:
 
y
 
Select and use units of appropriate size and
y
 
type to surface area andvolume.
y
 
Compare and contrast units of measure for
y
 
surface area and volume
y
 
U
se appropriate formulas tofind the surface area andvolume of a cylinder
y
 
E
stimate the volume andsurface area of a cylinder.

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