In this project, students use what they have learned in Geometry to conduct a scavenger hunt. Students photograph as many Geometry vocabulary words as they can in the real world (minimum of 10). Students then prepare a display for their pictures. A caption must be typed to describe each photo: vocabulary word, definition, and how the photograph relates to Geometry. The Geometry Scavenger Hunt can be used before the unit as a pre-assessment, during the unit as a formative assessment, or after the unit as a post-assessment.
- Project Introduction with a word bank of possible words to photograph and modified version
- Project Rubric and modified version
- Project Organizer and modified version
Feedback is appreciated! Happy teaching!
** This project is also available in the Real- World Math Projects Bundle. **
Real-World Math Projects Bundle