I made this graphic organizer to visualize these key concepts:
1) BASE of a 3-D solid & whether there are 1 or 2
2) altitude “h” vs slant height “l”
3) word “base” for 2-D figures vs BASE for a 3-D solid
4) effect of changing dimensions
The intent of this graphic organizer is to supplement your lesson examples by putting these formulas on a separate page to visualize what each variable represents and what is in common.
This graphic organizer utilizes a full sheet of 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper intended to be glued into interactive student notebooks (ISN). Custom tab included.
I have students fold first, glue second (6 dots only to dry quickly), and cut third. Student then add a tab to their ISN to find easily. The TAB is intended to be glued on the right side of the notebook (even if you glue on the left side) and staggered down the side to be read easily.
Folded, this graphic organizer has 8 boxes – 4 rows by 2 columns.
The solids names are on the outside with formulas and diagrams on the inside.
The boxes on this graphic organizer are:
altitude(h) vs slant height (l) & effect of changing dimensions
sphere & hemisphere
Additional related graphic organizers:
2-D Perimeter Area and Circumference Graphic Organizer
3-D Surface Area Graphic Organizer
Stout Math World